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Yesterday 12:49 PM
Boojo35 Very funny without a doubt.
Yesterday 12:43 PM
Awesome I agree. Especially as it's a diesel.

But it still made me laugh pretty good when I saw it.
Yesterday 12:36 PM
Boojo35 Low emissions is a relative term. IMO that truck is a low emission vehicle as compared to anything produced before 1973 and even a lot of models produced after 73.
Yesterday 12:28 PM
Awesome I love Texas.


01-25-2020 10:26 PM
Joe Dillard I've liked the idea of having one of these for a long time. Especially since I have a few hundred acres to play on in the woods behind my home. So.....I have been shopping around for a while trying to find that magic deal moneywise and balance between what I want, utility, size, power etc.

I picked up this puppy today. It's a new 2019 Yamaha Kodiak 700 EPS (electronic power steering) in Realtree camo. Yea, I still have my Honda Pioneer 700 SxS to play with too. I wanted something smaller to get through those tight places the SxS won't fit through. Supposedly it'll go ~67mph but you won't catch me testing those waters. I picked up a Warn Vantage 2K# winch for it that I need to install.






01-25-2020 09:57 PM
Chrisnvegas
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Originally Posted by Awesome View Post
It's $200 that you give to the feds, and then they give you permission to get a fun toy. When they feel like it.
Yeah. I don't like it.
01-25-2020 03:55 PM
Bong_Holyeo
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Originally Posted by Tophog1 View Post
Some E-file form 4s are currently taking about a month.
Ive heard they are getting quicker on the form 4s but the form 1s are still slow like 8 months. My first set was in the Obama days and i did a form 1 and 4 at the same time, took 14 months. I used a trust with my wife also listed. Individual can go quicker.
01-25-2020 10:39 AM
Tophog1
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Originally Posted by Bong_Holyeo View Post
In order to get NFA regulated fire arm or item you have to submit a form with the ATF. When the ATF approves your form after a year or so they put a stamp on it and send it back to you. So when people like myself have short barrel rifles, suppressors , full auto machine guns, or destructive devices they refer to them as having stamps because of the paper work needed to legally own them. Most of us set up trusts as a legal entity to own them so our spouses can also be in possession of them. You have to pay a 200$ tax for each form submitted so they are often reffered to as tax stamps.

So Stamps are just guns you have to have paperwork to own
Some E-file form 4s are currently taking about a month.
01-24-2020 10:27 PM
Awesome
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post
Whats a stamp?
I'm probably not going to like it...
It's $200 that you give to the feds, and then they give you permission to get a fun toy. When they feel like it.
01-24-2020 10:18 PM
Bong_Holyeo
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post
Whats a stamp?
I'm probably not going to like it...
In order to get NFA regulated fire arm or item you have to submit a form with the ATF. When the ATF approves your form after a year or so they put a stamp on it and send it back to you. So when people like myself have short barrel rifles, suppressors , full auto machine guns, or destructive devices they refer to them as having stamps because of the paper work needed to legally own them. Most of us set up trusts as a legal entity to own them so our spouses can also be in possession of them. You have to pay a 200$ tax for each form submitted so they are often reffered to as tax stamps.

So Stamps are just guns you have to have paperwork to own
01-24-2020 06:14 PM
Chrisnvegas
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Originally Posted by Awesome View Post
Sounds fun, thanks for the offer. Been wanting to get a stamp myself. Can't decide whether to build one myself or spend the $800 on a quality muffler. I have access to a mill and lathe. Seems pretty straightforward to just build one (legally).
Whats a stamp?
I'm probably not going to like it...
01-24-2020 01:05 PM
bruinjeeper That is a nice touch!
01-24-2020 11:30 AM
bgredjeep Finally got my new bumper for the truck and just picked it up from my buddy's body shop this morning.
01-24-2020 10:43 AM
Tophog1
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Originally Posted by Luuca View Post
They sell ammo in Nevada. SO ive heard.
Yup, and you don't even need ID!
01-24-2020 08:48 AM
shaggyjim Your point on the 5.56 is a good one Boojo. What lots of people don’t know is that the Military uses the 5.56 instead of a much more lethal round because a dead combatant only takes one person out of the fight but a wounded combatant often takes two or three people out of the fight and has a negative effect on moral.
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