Just think of how many of today’s dollars worth of ammo never even hit the car [laugh]
@paulatkin73 the owner wanted the car gone, NES needed a target, everyone involved walked away happy. Doesn’t seem like a waste to me[banana]
The big thermos’ are a bit on the big/heavy side, but one thing is for sure: with a good preheat, then filled with freshly boiled water, you’ll have hot water for a day plus, and liquid water for basically forever.
Another thing I’ll mention: tea is easily the most palatable and...
I like to use insulated bottles (big fan of Hydroflask, personally). Pre-heat with boiling water, then fill with hot water. Depending on how far I’m driving and how far I’m walking once I get there, I might do this at home, or I have a electric kettle that plugs into the...
Did you actually buy the night sights model? There are two listings, both of which mention tritium sights, but one of the two rather explicitly says “THIS IS THE ONE WITH THE NIGHT SIGHTS”
Also, considering that only the frame is required to be serialized, is it possible that NONE of the guns...
That doesn’t square with the actual text of the law, though. Abramski v US further supports my point that purchasing a firearm on behalf of another person, for any reason, constitutes a “straw purchase”.
You would think that a softer material wouldn’t scratch up a harder material, but it can/will.
I’ve seen (caused) inconel to get all scratched up by lucite. (For some context, the inconel was there to provide wear resistance, and the lucite was there as a sacrificial wear surface)