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post #13636 of 41897 Old 07-15-2012, 11:11 AM
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Those super novas are great guns. They really don't due well with crappy shells but if you put in a decent load they are real smooth.

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post #13637 of 41897 Old 07-15-2012, 11:19 AM
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Be careful out there by yourself. Let someone know when an where you're at, JIC!
Oh no worries, we had another truck with us. They were behind me a few corners and didn't get to see the insanity though. LOL

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post #13638 of 41897 Old 07-15-2012, 12:28 PM
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Those super novas are great guns. They really don't due well with crappy shells but if you put in a decent load they are real smooth.
This one really didn't like the crap shells that he had in it. It took me about half an hour to get the shells out. Once I had them out, it was easy to see why the gun was jammed. The shot portion of the shells were starting to collapse onto themselves. I have never seen a shotgun shell do that before.

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Not sure on that one....it has been at the airport. Guess I will find out here in a little bit

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So happy sunday gents!! I wish itd rain for these past few days, then id feel back at home in Seattle.
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post #13641 of 41897 Old 07-15-2012, 05:32 PM
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This one really didn't like the crap shells that he had in it. It took me about half an hour to get the shells out. Once I had them out, it was easy to see why the gun was jammed. The shot portion of the shells were starting to collapse onto themselves. I have never seen a shotgun shell do that before.
Some cheap cheap shells will do that in any shot gun. As long as you stick with a good name brand you should be fine. It doesn't even have to be expensive. Cheap Walmart Winchester target loads should do the trick. I usually check bass pro they will have club loads for $5 a box.
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You can get it at dicks for 3-5/box also.

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Those super novas are great guns. They really don't due well with crappy shells but if you put in a decent load they are real smooth.
I had one and loved it. The 'tactical' one. Sold it for a profit and bought.my Mossberg 930spx though.

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Been working on the initial steps of.creating an outdoor living room. Installed some reed fencing as blinds against the neighbors....then put in some string lights that match the existing sconce.

This fall the pool will go away and we will get an outdoor sofa and rug and coffee table and some.chairs, and also install some drapes.

The area also backs up to our fire pit so we can sit on the.sofa and watch the fire.

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post #13646 of 41897 Old 07-15-2012, 09:07 PM
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I just found out my cousin (who is a girly prick who is scared of the dark, driving on the freeway, and bugs) drew a deer tag this season. I have put in for 5 consecutive years and haven't drawn. The only tag I've ever drawn was my first put in at age 12. Our system here blows and I hate every thing.




Sorry I had to vent and my wife is studying.
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I just found out my cousin (who is a girly prick who is scared of the dark, driving on the freeway, and bugs) drew a deer tag this season. I have put in for 5 consecutive years and haven't drawn. The only tag I've ever drawn was my first put in at age 12. Our system here blows and I hate every thing.

Sorry I had to vent and my wife is studying.
Throw him in the back of a windowless van in the dark with a bunch of bugs, then drive him down the freeway until he gives you the tag. Problem solved!
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post #13648 of 41897 Old 07-16-2012, 02:41 AM
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Where can I buy an off-road jack (Hi-lift brand) in Vegas? And what height should I get, 42" or 48"? My Jeep isn't lifted and I don't plan to anytime soon. I want to hit a trail on Tuesday and I don't own a jack yet
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Go to 4WP they sell both heights of jacks.
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post #13650 of 41897 Old 07-16-2012, 02:56 AM
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An they have them in stock. Get the longer one. Better to have more than you need than not enough!

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