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Old 03-03-2009, 02:07 AM   #31
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ha ha! Those Rock Hillbilly! Thanks for sharing. Nice yard by the way d!ck, I can't get grass to grow if you put a gun to my head... LOL

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Washington Monument, and Iwo Jima Memorial scanned from slides I took in the early 80's...

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^ Those are TIME worthy Jay. VERY WELL DONE!! You have some real skill with a camera, and given your avatar, I am willing to bet a long gun as well.

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Thank you sir. I enjoy shooting both long guns and cameras.

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Shot this at a recent car meet in McMinnville, Or at The Evergreen Museum.

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JD you are cracking me up with the snorkel pics. Great picture of you. BTW that is a great looking lady you have as a better half.
So in keeping with your Wheres Waldo theme here is one of me several years back. I'm the one with the kevlar. Oh, there's an M1A1 under there somewhere too. Ah the good old days.

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Yes!! I figured out how to post the photo. I'll tell you guys, I'm learning more about computers then I am about firearms.

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Sitting waiting to get loaded by that slow-a**, worn out CAT 988 loader. I'm on the stripping crew at a limestone quarry. The truck pictured is a Komatsu HM-400 (40 ton capacity) and I'm behind the wheel of a Komatsu HM-300 (30 ton). As big as they are they handle like a sports car.

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My girlfriend & her car... in Maracaibo downtown...


Buque Escuela Simon Bolivar (Venezuela's Navy School Ship). I took it from my room's window, while it was setting sail early in the morning





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Sitting waiting to get loaded by that slow-a**, worn out CAT 988 loader. I'm on the stripping crew at a limestone quarry. The truck pictured is a Komatsu HM-400 (40 ton capacity) and I'm behind the wheel of a Komatsu HM-300 (30 ton). As big as they are they handle like a sports car.
Before my accident I used to work in a limestone quarry too... as maintenance supervisor... I never couldn't drive an articulated truck, but the CAT 769, 773 and 777 that I could, was smoother than a Linconl TownCar...
And the 988B are one of the most versatile and reliable loader around... maybe that it's a veteran and is tired

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Seeing as how I could not find any AR15 receivers for sale, I ordered some forgings, and am making two at work, as well as the uppers. I did the programs in Mastercam, and am machining them now.

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