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Old 06-10-2007, 10:29 AM   #31
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I am a full time police officer assigned to a multi-jurisdictional tactical team. I am the Team Leader for our Sniper teams. I also own and operate Big River Tactical. (www.bigrivertactical.com) Yeah, I stay pretty busy!




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Hey Christopher Moore,

Ya ever eat at Wibbs???




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Old 06-16-2007, 12:26 AM   #33
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i made that word up a few(well lots of) years ago when i was tired of saying that i was a "motorcycle tech" as of the last few years, i have worked for a very well known custom shop (no not occ or wcc) but i have had the... um pleasure of re-working some of there stuff... and in 03-04 i had my own custom shop... no money in choppers... to bad, it was fun... now im in st pete fl making "hotrod" harleys. thats more my style as i own the 2nd fastest sportser in texas on pump gas(do i get to keep that?) performance has always been my game... style was from my mothers side... the bike/car nuts should understand this... i ride/race an "air cooled, push rod, carb fueled v-twin...(aka harley) my motor is 74 cuin, and makes 89.4 hp on 91 octaine! and the bike weighs 500 lbs...
anyhow this site is about guns right?
well thats what i do, along with "street" class harley drag racing... just for fun.
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Old 06-16-2007, 08:22 PM   #34
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I work at a gunshop and get to spend all day on the computer looking at gunsites.
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Old 06-17-2007, 07:16 PM   #35
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Very coool m16girl!

I'm a general web programmer, mostly PHP/MySQL stuff.

Weekends I do concert security.
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I sell parts at a Ford dealership.
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Field Service Engineer- I go places, and fix stuff. It ranges from computers/servers to electromechanical and pneumatic. Always something different. The job fits me. I work from home. I've been an electrician, electronics tech, and programmer. Got bored with all of them, so now I do them all (plus other things).
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I'm a chemical plant operator for Chevron Phillips. My wife and I also own and operate A-1 Hunting and Shooting Supply.
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Used to be a systems analyst for IBM, but got laid off a while ago. Now I do home remodeling and enjoy it very much. Very little stress, don't have to bring work home with me, not unless you count my honey-do list that always on the table, and the pay isn't too bad. I'm just lucky that the wife works full time and she's in an upper management position; allows for me to continue on with this hobby.
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Was an industrial electrician until a stroke stopped that. Now I buy, sell, and trade guns. Lots of transfers lately. My wife of 49 years and I are responsible for www.baldeagletraders.com from Buda,Texas as Ellison Construction Company ffl.
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