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  1. scott1970

    A guy wants my old truck.

    I don’t unfortunately.
  2. scott1970

    A guy wants my old truck.

    I’m jealous.
  3. scott1970

    So, how much has the price of gas gone up in your area after this ransomware attack?

    That one slipped by me. It’s fixed now.
  4. scott1970

    Ideal rate of twist (MLP firearms and shooting thread)

    I’ve decided I want a S&W Model .38/44 Heavy Duty. Anyone here have any experience with one?
  5. scott1970

    So, how much has the price of gas gone up in your area after this ransomware attack?

    It was $19 to register my old pickup a couple of months ago. So, work has taken the patrol out of patrolman. We have to park and try to keep our cars turned off as much as possible. And we have to take calls by phone if at all possible. Oh please don’t toss me in that briar patch boss man!
  6. scott1970

    A guy wants my old truck.

    I've never head a bad thing about it, so it must be a safe option.
  7. scott1970

    So, how much has the price of gas gone up in your area after this ransomware attack?

    There's no maybe. I'm flat out thankful I don't live in California....or Alabama.
  8. scott1970

    So, how much has the price of gas gone up in your area after this ransomware attack?

    I can complain about it, because late last year I could buy gas for about $1.40 a gallon. And, unlike today, we didn't have area gas stations out of fuel nor did we have the outrageous lines of cars waiting at every area station.
  9. scott1970

    So, how much has the price of gas gone up in your area after this ransomware attack?

    I'll give you forty-seven guesses.
  10. scott1970

    So, how much has the price of gas gone up in your area after this ransomware attack?

    This morning my wife was sitting in a parking lot adjacent to Walmart for about ten minutes when the Walmart gas price jumped from $2.69 to $2.89. And we already have area gas stations with no fuel whatsoever. The toilet paper shortage was not fun, not that Alabamians ever noticed, but this...
  11. scott1970

    Ideal rate of twist (MLP firearms and shooting thread)

    S&W had a company registration program for their pre-WWII .357 Magnum revolvers. Documented registered magnums are sought after and highly prized. They ain't cheap, either.
  12. scott1970

    A guy wants my old truck.

    @Deftone I've never seen a wench done that way. Factory or homemade?
  13. scott1970

    A summation of 'mylespaul' forum

    A bouquet of okra always melts a lady's heart. Try it, and you'll thank me.
  14. scott1970

    A guy wants my old truck.

    When I was a child my father had a 1968 Ford F-100 that was practically the same factory original color as mine, maybe a shade off but a baby blue. His had a short wheel base with a 360 V8. Those are the only two factory, baby blue Ford pickups I've ever seen in person. What first drew my...
  15. scott1970

    Ideal rate of twist (MLP firearms and shooting thread)

    Live ammo can be run through a media tumbler without issue. It's an effective and safe way to salvage Who's ammo.
  16. scott1970

    Ideal rate of twist (MLP firearms and shooting thread)

    Put them in a tumbler with walnut media, and they'll come out looking new.
  17. scott1970

    A guy wants my old truck.

    Now I finally know what the movie is about! Anytime I've ever said, "I'm not familiar with the John Wick film. What's it about?" all I ever get in response is, "You haven't seen the Wick films???"
  18. scott1970

    A guy wants my old truck.

    You're offer is more than fair, but my hands are tied because of where I live. The State of Georgia has an archaic law on the books that says because I own a Pug I can only have a pickup truck in baby blue or pink. You have no idea how long I've been searching for this thing.


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