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bubbas4570

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About bubbas4570

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    just trying to get things done.....

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    North Dakota somewhere......

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  1. bubbas4570

    hunger at work

    Pretty hard to fit myself and those in the cab of my maintainer.......
  2. bubbas4570

    hunger at work

    Well Shepp, you are correct , I wished I walked and was that active....as I do push 285-295 regularly. All that I do is sit and operate joysticks for at least 8 hours a day. All I have to do is sit in the air conditioned cab and try not to eat......along with being hungry when all the food is gone. Some days it is alright, no gut nawing at kybrain, and others there isn't enough room in the cab for what my gut says it wants. Equipment operating is a killer on the body, no activity, no muscle movement.
  3. bubbas4570

    NM training camp

    If this would have been a white male.......the sun would have exploded on earth....... But a protected minority....... well just have your coffee and bagels, my aren't they good sir?? 😞 and now move along, nothing to see here.
  4. bubbas4570

    Lets see your AR-15

    They are all I run. I have no use for an adjustable....too much movement and too short for me.
  5. bubbas4570

    Lets see your AR-15

    Until a modification is necessary.....
  6. bubbas4570

    Lets see your AR-15

    How I roll.....with my FUR!
  7. bubbas4570

    AR10 fixed buttstock to collapsible?

    Which length gas system are you running on yours?
  8. bubbas4570

    AR10 fixed buttstock to collapsible?

    that MBA1 stock is about as light as you can go, with out going to a Carbine style collapsible. It's also alo cheaper cuz you do not have to spring for the whole buffer tube assembly system.
  9. bubbas4570

    Remember this girl?...

    Butter Face. No worries, do everything "but her face"........
  10. bubbas4570

    Pic Of The Day 2

    That is what a badger did once, just before my front tire of the motor grader ran it over......that was FUN!!!!
  11. bubbas4570

    1911 compensator

    Unbelievably NICE! And that is meant for the machining work AND you.
  12. bubbas4570

    Help with decision requested.......

    PSA it is THEN. My son's upper is a PSA midlength 16" and works flawless when the rest of the rifles' lower is done correctly. I had a few baubles early on with function due to incorrect lower parts........if one is smart enough to fix those, it runs flawless. Thanks for the votes of confidence, as the price difference means alot.
  13. Guys, I am having a hard time deciding between getting a PSA or a Del-Ton 20" Government kit to assemble. My dilemma is this: my Dissy has a Del-Ton upper that functions flawlessly, but PSA has been getting great reviews lately on their products and the price difference is quite a bit for the same kit ingredients.....$510 Del-Ton vs $380 PSA. What would your call be if you were me?
  14. bubbas4570

    Bipodification - An exercise in (f)utility

    Just wrap it up, without the screws in it, with some ACE wrap and duct tape. That should give you the flexibility without work hardening...... emoji's don't work for me anymore, so just imagine a smart-ass face here........
  15. bubbas4570

    WTB thread protectors

    Yeah, sorry, I should change the title to this thread. Retrieved my mind and put threaded things on the end of my barrel. Actually went with MFT'S E2ARMD-1-1 and found it to be fairly effective at recoil and totally effective at irritating those next to me!!!! BONUS!!!!! http://www.missionfirsttactical.com/Products/MuzzleDevices/E2ARMD1 I am a cheap bastard, and this one werx Fer me!
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