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patience0830

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Only thing I have that you might want is a Beretta APX Centurion. They are modular like the P320 series. The gun is black and I have an OD green frame kit for it as well. Also 6 total mags. The gun is a compact size, 9mm polymer striker fired pistol. I like it myself, though I've heard you have to send it to Beretta or an authorized dealer to get sights changed. Was under $400 for the gun, plus the separate frame and mags. PM me if you're interested.

Oh, also have a Canik TP9 SF-Elite with 6 mags as well. Also could be sweet talked out of it. That's about it for me, sorry.
Do not be sorry. We may talk.
 

Biggredchev

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My onions are sprouting just ok so far. Strawberry patch is coming back to life, but im going to move it to do some different landscaping at some point.

The guy that runs our mold department had a mini meltdown today. He had been gone for the past 2 and a half weeks with covid so the bossman, my one minion, the assembly guys minion, and I were doing what we could to keep that department rolling. He got the work orders dropped on him for all the extra printers for the next couple weeks on top of what he already has backed up between our work and outside work. I guess when i was at lunch he had a panic attack and left. I felt for the guy, this place can get stressful as hell, im sort of burnt out but i keep it together and push on. He has 3 presses that he runs pretty much on his own. I usually send a guy over to help him when hes got all 3 presses going at once since i have 2 guys, but thats just not like him at all. Im kind of worried honestly, hopefully he gets himself sorted out. Ill probably just hand my one guy off to him if its just a work load thing. He just sorts the lathe parts, deburrs, and tends the tumblers anyway, me and the other guy can handle that but the mold guy doesnt work much overtime if any, just plain weird.
 

JEBland

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I had good luck with early peanuts indoors this year. 8 seeds, 7 viable plants. Gave away 2 so far. Going to try a few different things to see what I have the best luck with. Only 1 runt out of the 7 plants. The chili plant survived the winter. And I'm starting to grow some bush tomatoes. I need to plant green beans - getting a little late start on them. Otherwise, I've mostly planted some things to help the rabbit population flourish, thrown a few seeds to have some nice color and late summer seeds for the birds. My drainage ditch gets some pretty good biodiversity - I like watching the rabbits, (ground) squirrels, goldfinches, and cardinals. Not a lot of redwings - I think I'm too far from water.

Got the Leupold rimfire in. A quick look through it at 8:30 suggests it'll be plenty good for squirrel. Got rings and a pic rail for the Ruger this week. Just need to mount and sight everything in.

Sadly, I only own one pistol chambered in 9mm. Maybe I should change that. CM is always going on about 1911s - it'd be cool to have one in 9mm.
 

churchmouse

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I had good luck with early peanuts indoors this year. 8 seeds, 7 viable plants. Gave away 2 so far. Going to try a few different things to see what I have the best luck with. Only 1 runt out of the 7 plants. The chili plant survived the winter. And I'm starting to grow some bush tomatoes. I need to plant green beans - getting a little late start on them. Otherwise, I've mostly planted some things to help the rabbit population flourish, thrown a few seeds to have some nice color and late summer seeds for the birds. My drainage ditch gets some pretty good biodiversity - I like watching the rabbits, (ground) squirrels, goldfinches, and cardinals. Not a lot of redwings - I think I'm too far from water.

Got the Leupold rimfire in. A quick look through it at 8:30 suggests it'll be plenty good for squirrel. Got rings and a pic rail for the Ruger this week. Just need to mount and sight everything in.

Sadly, I only own one pistol chambered in 9mm. Maybe I should change that. CM is always going on about 1911s - it'd be cool to have one in 9mm.
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JEBland

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:cool:

Seeing what these Sig P-250s are going for on GB, I think I'll get rid of mine. I decided to buy it last year to "save money" as opposed to buying a P226... Then I bought one anyway. It and the third Ithaca 20 gauge are taking up space ;) Plenty of space for all my 22s, though. Diagnosing the issues with the Rem 572 has been a pain in the butt. Should've just bought the Henry pump.

Darn. My daughter wont be joining us at the SGE. She took a job offer that starts the Monday after and she wants to be fresh her first day. I can understand that.
Congrats to her on the new job!
 

JEBland

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Thanks. She's be looking to get away from her current toxic job but wasn't going to take just anything to do it. The new place made her an offer Friday and she countered Monday. They accepted her number.
Awesome. I have 6+ months before I get that anxiety. :cool:

SGE isn't in the cards for me this year. :( I have friends who work 16 hour days and every other weekend who wonder why I don't take more time off. :dunno: Grad school sucks (PhD, I think a Masters would be okay). Not recommended.

I'm off to bed. Goodnight all!
 
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