7/26/2006 3:30am, #51
7/26/2006 3:34am, #52Originally Posted by DAYoung
Seriously... Adderall. Probably cheaper too, with a tier 2 copay.
Edit... I should have mentioned that while Desoxyn is actually a methamphetamine, and ostensibly a closer replacement to your tweaker drug of choice, whereas Adderall is an amphetamine, the latter is WAY cooler with the kids, and far easier to get, thus it gets the nod.
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7/26/2006 3:36am, #53Originally Posted by sdave
7/26/2006 7:32am, #54
- Join Date
- Jul 2005
also if you are going to be storing gasoline for a while in case of an emergency you need to remember that gas goes bad after a while. you have two options, cycle it through your car and buy it fresh again (just like water), or buy some gasoline stabilizer. thats what i do when i park my bike in my garage for the winter.
i am not sure how long it will make the gas stay "good".
your car wont like old gas, plus then you have to clean a lot of engine components later if you try and run it, if it runs at all. you can get condensation in the gas, and a most people know, water plus gas doesnt run well in an engine.
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7/26/2006 10:24am, #55Originally Posted by Don Gwinn
With a round in the chamber you lower the hammer with your thumb and the safety engages automatically. You can carry safe and hammer down. When you need to shoot you simply release the safety with your thumb and the hammer automatically cocks...
I picked one up in .40 and am becoming quite fond of it.
http://www.fnhusa.com/contents/hg_hpsfs.htm in case you care
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7/26/2006 11:00am, #56Originally Posted by GuiltySpark
7/26/2006 6:35pm, #57
Someone mentioned being short of fuel earlier, if u running a diesel & you can run a mix with vegetable oil, don't know for sure but think its 50:50 well mixed
I do know a couple of guys who use it as it's cheeper, but could have some use in a fuel shortage.
They've also mentioned adding a pre-injection fuel heater so they can fun on almost pure stuff.
Here's a couple of links i found on it:
http://www.veggiepower.org.uk/page701a.htm"This won't hurt me a bit..." - My training partner.:new_astha
7/28/2006 1:00am, #58
Holy crap…we found the gun that killed Arch-Duke Ferdinand!
7/28/2006 1:09am, #59Originally Posted by Olorin
That's firepower and range, boyo.
7/28/2006 8:33am, #60
I'm pretty sure what SDave meant to say was that winners don't use dope, dopers never win, and you should stay in school.
Also, that revolver is a classic. Is that an M&P?
I do remember the SFS conversion, but I didn't know FN had licensed it for use on their production Hi-Powers. That actually says a lot, because for years they've produced a da/sa version of the Hi-Power called the "BDA" which was not well-liked by anyone I know who'd shot one. For them to admit that and add the SFS option is pretty neat.
On that Australian soldier's death, I have to say I agree with the mother that the investigation leaves something to be desired from the facts in the article. I'd be interested to see what the rest of the 11 "indicators" cited were. The idea of the gun failing to eject because he limp-wristed it--because the shot he fired had already taken effect and he couldn't hold the gun for the fraction of a second it takes to eject and cycle the action!--sounds ridiculous on its face to me. I haven't tested it, but that would bring me up short right there.
Beyond that. . . . . it was suicide because there was a round chambered? That makes no sense. We know a round was chambered because a round was fired.
On the other hand, though I understand mom's distress, none of that means he didn't shoot himself either purposely or by accident while doing something stupid.