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#61 OldRUSHfan



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Posted 14 February 2018 - 12:51 PM

View PostJack Aubrey, on 14 February 2018 - 09:45 AM, said:

View PostOldRUSHfan, on 11 February 2018 - 12:27 PM, said:

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View PostJack Aubrey, on 21 January 2018 - 06:22 PM, said:

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View PostJack Aubrey, on 18 January 2018 - 04:13 PM, said:

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View PostJack Aubrey, on 17 January 2018 - 10:29 AM, said:

Here's my Hogue. I tell you, Hogue is producing some simply awesome knives nowadays and I'll put 'em up against a Benchmade any day of the week. The quality and fit & finish is just outstanding.

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I bet you involuntarily orgasm when you go to that site!
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I simply happen to be a knife collector who appreciates a quality blade. I do not sexually fetishize them and personally find such an idea revolting.

Edited to add: Please accept my sincere apologies if you were joking, I've been accused of sexually fetishizing weapons too many times on this board before and knee-jerked, it just bugs the crap out of me when folks do that.

I WAS joking, because I own 4 handguns, two rifles and get a lot of that same kind of teasing myself. of course there ARE people who are weird like that, but I hope to NEVER MEET THEM! :smash:  I can appreciate the collecting of almost anything, for asthetics and such.

Brother, I feel like a complete and utter heel. Once again, I humbly apologize. Tell you what, anyone ever gives you crap about weapons ever again, shoot me a message and we'll school 'em together! I've got your 6!

No pun intended?  I work on a federal installation where they don't legally allow employees or visitors to carry knives or guns but I carry a Spyderco Chaparral (it's thin and only has a 2 13/16 inch blade) anyway. I also have a small 4Sevens light that has a couple of lumen options up to 1020. In the car, I have 2 flashlights, also from 4Sevens, 1 is small and if I need to find something under a seat or look under the hood or in the trunk, and the other is a 2000 lumen monster for defensive purposes.

For CC purposes, I have a Taurus Millennium G2  in .40 S&W. I'd like to sell that and get a Smith&Wesson M&P Shield in .45 ACP, but it's such a pita to legally sell a gun these days.

Have you seen where some folks have had trouble with Milleniums going when they're shaken or jarred? There was a big hue and a cry about it some three or four years ago.

P.S. No, no pun intended, I always say that.

I am familiar with the problems and there was a recall and a class action suit but I have a G2 which supposedly doesn't have those problems. I haven't had any issues with it, at least not like that.

Also, 4Sevens either went out of business or was sold in December. The owner posted a video that seemed to indicate he sold the company, but I can't find anything else about it.
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The day before to posted this, I bought three Gold Armor Tactical Flashlights for use to find the miniscule parts I sometimes drop into the carpet in front of my chair so I can finish my models!  I can't see ever needing another flashlight, these are so GREAT!  Sorry, I would have tried your stuff before I bought had I known!
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Do you wear a headlamp when working on your models? If so, what kind? I like Petzl.

Yes, I have a OptiVISOR with two lenses.  no light though.  Had one a few years ago with leds in the head piece, it was an
SE MH1041LC Illuminated Headlamp Magnifier, but I went for Donegan optical Co. this time because a fellow hobbyist recommended it.  Never had a problem with it until I realized I need a farther viewing range.  I'll check out Petzl!

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