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Got a small bit of shooting in today. Couple hundred rounds through the pistol.
Finished up with knocking down six 6” plates at 7m in 3.4s from the draw. Not great but I’ll take it. Super easy drill too. Didn’t plan on shooting steel today so I just kinda fell into it when I was bored
I'd likely rather just save up for something that's the proper tool for the job and be my "buy once, cry once," scope. Heard great things about Swarovski, do you like yours?
Fuck me good glass is expensive.
Believe it or not my crosshairs are too thick. My rifle can do 1/2" MOA but when I'm punching groups at 200 yards I can't see the hole past the reticle.
Looked for some more precision focused scopes but holy shit, the cash they want...
Definitely going to have to compromise on zoom for better tracking and reticle.
Well, I replaced the F2 fuse and the 4 diodes. Still nothing.
I'm going to try new power tubes, assuming the fuse didn't blow again, and if that doesn't work then I'll take it to a tech.
Fat Lard two state Attorney's General and four federal judges so far have disagreed with you, why do you think you have the secret understanding of the legality of this and they don't?
The more important question: You're alive?
Followed by: Where the hell have you been?
i see used chinese organs all the time on my craigslist for free.
Annealing that shovel seems to have worked, Arbs. So my shovel guitar is well on its way now.
I need to find me some 1/2" angle iron to make a nut out of. Well that's the plan atm..
I have tremendous hands. I can palm a basketball no problem. I got no problems there
So much for building a guitar out of this shovel. I can't drill through the blade.
That is the first time I've heard a cathouse referred to as "the company".
Welcome to the team, Danny! If you PM me your email I'll get you started with all the mod tools.
Going to the LA amp show tomorrow!
I didn't cast a deciding vote, and your continuous passive-aggressive jabs were mentioned as one reason you weren't considered, but not by me. Other mods/admins see this stuff, Arby. If you want to keep insisting that it's just me with a vendetta, that's your right, but eventually you might consider that your own attitude is a factor. You're only hurting yourself here. I don't care or dislike you half as much as you seem to think.
I'll try to be nice, diligent & fair. Scout's honor!
Hmmm...maybe I should change my avatar. Libra symbol? Green Lantern emblem?
They asked me, but didn't TELL me.
Yeah he's pretty regular getting on here, I don't think I've noticed him in a week at least... Maybe he's having too much fun with his Amplifire?
Well, after 3 long fucking years of hunting around, come Monday afternoon I will be joining the ranks of the employed.
Hours 6PM - 6AM.
Working at Tesla putting together batteries.
I agree that you need to be rational about the changes you have to do. But the different powers and groups are doing it pretty okay so far. My country for instance went from like 60% renewable to like 95% renewable and it didn't "fuck the lives of millions of people". You seem to imply that the actions proposed by people are somehow harmful for people (in some way) and thus they should not be done.
The one thing is indeed that in some countries oil-based energy is a much more economic energy source than anything other, so they may incur an economic penalty if they tried to switch completely. That is indeed a problem, but one that many scientists are investigating. Hopefully we can take good political actions there too, to convince such countries/places to make that extra effort and not impact the lives of too many people.
There is indeed a debate regarding this kind of stuff, but it all revolves around what we and those countries can do and how. It never ends up in "let's not do anything, ya know?"
The assumption that everything that a modeler does is somehow about tube amps ain't necessarily so, and as we expand our universe with these things a bit, I think you'll see a lot more applications as well.
That said, the kid I sold my '82 diesel Mercedes to still seemed pretty stoked about it. But it definitely wasn't fancy.
Does this technique raise any ethical concerns/question?
Why cant he run the headphones into the lo-input with the volume super low in the first amp or the line out into the effects return?
You could say that about some people on the list already.
I think he provides good insight most of the time but I will concede if thats the concensus.
To be clear, if it helps the discussion at all, I said "generally SS amps will be softer..." not always, not exactly, not scientifically. I was just saying if you take a run-of-the-mill 20w SS amp (which in such a general case, it is often a bad amp altogether, but besides the point) and a normal 20w tube amp, the tube amp will likely have more volume on tap. Not saying that SS circuitry is scientifically softer because of the components, but that general SS amps are not as loud as a general tube amp- because of the issues with general SS equipment listed a few posts up.
How about Will Lane? Is he on?
Not always, and that's immaterial anyway.
Interesting, I wonder if there will be a sound improvement.
Here's where "general consensus" depends on the idiots doing the consensus (and on the idiots who believe them).
I'm running three 1500W solid state power amps. All three are cheaper than a 100W tube power amp from the same company. That doesn't mean there's anything "cheap" about them -- just that with modern technology, it's far less expensive to make them, not because the tube product is designed and built better. There is this, however. There's very little market for tube amplifiers or, for that matter, tube components on the planet these days, aside from a relatively small number of guitar players. Thus, the components will continue to be more expensive over time. Tried to find a replacement picture tube for your 21" color TV recently?
Yes, but I don't just want to play something from my phone, I want to be able to play from my guitar to my amp in real time with tonebridge modifying the tone along the way, Sorry if I'm misunderstanding what you're saying.
LOL. It wasn't until the rightwingers took over the Supreme Court that they ruled the militia clause meaningless. Personally, I'm against mentally insane people being well armed, but that's just me. Perhaps this is a right that should be ignored, like due process, or the right to privacy? The GOP certainly doesn't seem overly concerned with those far more important rights, do they
The gyrations people go through to justify guns always amuses me. They'll point at these shootings and say stuff like "well, if SOMEBODY THERE only had a gun". Yeah, somebody there had a gun...the shooter.
As long as we have loose gun control laws the USA will have to deal with excessive gun violence. The fact of the matter is this: in a country with a population over 300 million people, a good % of them not even living in reality anyway (evangelicals, for example), it's almost a minor miracle there aren't MORE gun deaths per year in the USA. The Republican Party opposes even basic common sense gun control measures, such as restricting potential terrorists on the "do not fly" list from legal gun purchases. The 2nd Amendment does have the words "A WELL REGULATED MILITIA" at the front for a reason... the Founding Fathers of the USA didn't want complete whackos running around willy nilly armed to the teeth.