recent purchases thread.

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  1. TerryD

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    I like the efficiency of the brushless stuff and I'm glad they introduced this mid- level line between the brushed and FUEL lines. Hopefully I'll get to play with it a some tomorrow on a little house project.

    Next I want to get their string trimmer and pole saw setup.
     
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    Echo. That's all I have to say about that.
     
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    I'm trying to go to a single battery platform so I'm gonna stick with Milwaukee. I don't weedeat much or often so I don't think I'll have an issue.
     
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    To be honest I skimmed the part where you said you wanted to stick with Milwaukee battery powered. I understand where you are coming from. Once you commit to a brand of batteries, you're in it for the long haul! Damn things are almost as much as the tools.
     
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    Just got a Brave Response holster and it fits like a glove. Holds any semi-auto without lights, lasers or optics plus up to 3 mags. Extremely comfortable and virtually no printing. Also picked up a Cold Steel Special Forces Shovel. Scary sharp and completely versatile. Stay safe friends!
     
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    Am I just not seeing the picture of the holster.......because I’d like too
     
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    I like that website. "for customers with a 70" waist, we have a holster for you HERE".

    If you're rocking a 70" waist, you're wearing body armor and not even knowing it.
     
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    Scooters and drinking go perfect together :)

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    MoS, you're getting a little too domesticated. :p
     
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    A buddy is moving out of state and sold me a couple profane tanks for my shrimp cooker and shop heater for a good price then loaded my trailer up with good sized scrap lumber. I think the girls are gonna get to build some bird houses this weekend out of it. They seemed to enjoy the wood working they did the other weekend.

    My Milwaukee Sawzall and batteries should be here in a day or two as well. NEW TOOLS!!! Gotta find something to cut up now. Maybe I'll get a mad on and cut up that stupid swimming pool the wife keeps dumping money in to.....
     
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    There's nothing like cheap profane tanks. :D
     
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    arcteryx knee caps.

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    it came highly recommended by a friend who just got done with a rifle class (see pic below). super lightweight and he said not once did it slip so figured worth a try.

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    MMM, made in Canada. I like Canada.
    That's a requirement for any gun class other than a basic class.
    Especially true of a rifle class hosted on a gravel range.
     
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    Been an expensive weekend.....:eek::eek:

    Got a bug up my arse about MOLLE seat back organisers.....have two of them and some pouches on the way from the US....I also have pouches, some undershirts and such on the way from one of the main suppliers here.....have another two Baofeng UV-5rR radios and some accessories for those one the way as well..... as most of it is coming from overseas I am worried of course about stupid shipping times :mad: I will probably have to buy something LandCruiser related here this week to entertain myself while it all arrives.....:confused:;)
     
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    Recently picked up a few new shooting toys/accessories (you guys know I love to accessorize).

    - Magnetospeed V3
    - Sig Kilo 2000
    - Nelsons Mfg. 12" ARCA rail
    - Atlas Gen. 2 CAL
    - Area 419 ARCA clamp
    - Hawk Hill bipod Talons for the Atlas
    - Discreet Carry Concepts monoblock clip for my wife's EDC holster

    The Magnetspeed Chrono and Sig Kilo were definite must-haves as they plugged holes in my previous setup that were seriously lacking. The switch to ARCA and Atlas setup were just luxury items as there was nothing wrong with my old Harris, but they're a really nice improvement anyway.


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    Looking good man !!! The Discreet Carry Concepts monoblock is the sheeit. I just purchased a holster from JM Custom Kydex with one.
     
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