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    04-27-2016, 09:37 AM
    LOL....you went in more detail than I've ever read before. It has never had any work done on it, or had anything replaced. It is an original pre-ban bought in '87 or '88 AK. Stamped on the firearm is Plolytech AKM762 Bejeing, China. I posted pictures of it here a couple of years ago. I was under the impression the AKM design was nothing more than ways to reduce weight mainly (like go to stamped instead of milled), as well as ways to ease production and increase strength (like rivets instead of weld spots). I know they re-calibrated sights, as well as changed trigger assembly for safer full auto fire, ect. I know the Chinese modified it even more when they started producing them, which is why their designs are more sought after.
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    04-26-2016, 11:51 PM
    It is the side folder. You're stating a common missconcepton regarding AKs. The M stands for "modernized", and pretty much applies to all AK pattern rifles made made after the 1950s. I own a Polytech AKM762.
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    04-25-2016, 02:28 PM
    My first Prince album was Dirty Minds. I head of it when Phil Donahue did a show about explicit lyrics being put out by (then) today's rock stars.
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    04-25-2016, 02:25 PM
    I was hoping more people would get involved, but seems most like to read (which there is nothing wrong with either). For home defense, you simply cannot beat the shotgun. But even this devastating firearm has a lot of myths floating around it. 1) "You can't miss with the shotgun". People that say this have never shot a shotgun in their lives. At around 15 feet (which is the average room width in American houses), 00 buckshot is going to have a spread pattern of around 3" to 4". While that is a great deal more impact area than from a pistol round, it doesn't take too much of a jerk to pull that shot off target. This is also why all home defense shotguns should have a stock, and not just a pistol grip. True one can put a laser on a pistol grip only shotgun, or even mount a light and use the center of the light as an aim point, but there is still a strong possibility of missing. Shouldering that weapon and using a good sight picture combined with a 4" spread will all but guarantee a hit though. 2) "I like to use birdshot for home defense". This will work to deter, but will not kill. Birdshot gives a wider pattern, and more pellets....but, gives up kinetic energy which takes away penetration. If your goal is to make an intruder either leave your house, or hope to incapacitate without risk of death, then birdshot is great. But shooting an opponent across the room with birdshot will scare him, but he can also be armed himself, and it is impossible to know his mental or physical state. In other words, if he is on a drug like methamphetamine, he won't feel as much pain as he should, and since the birdshot will not deliver a killing wound, you are now in a gun fight with someone using a round that will not kill. And yes, you can get lucky and hit the eyes, or some other lucky shot. But your life and that of our famliy is a hell o a thing to gamble with. 3) "I like tactical shotgun stocks". I'm not completely knocking these, as I have a couple of shotguns built this way as well. However, my actual home defense shotgun still has the wooden stock on it. By removing the wood stock, you're taking a melee weapon away from yourself. If you smack someone with a wood stock attached to a shotgun, you'll split their head wide open. A polymer tactical stock is going to break.
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    04-22-2016, 10:24 AM
    Very true, and I probably should have made that clear, especially regarding my AKM. My father bought it in '88, so it is pre-ban. The only real value it had was the fact it was my daddy's gun for years, until a knowledgeable dealer saw it, and explained what my father had left me. It is a Polytech AKM with folding stock. It is Chinese made, which is why I never thought much of it outside of sentimental value. However, it turns out it is considered among AK enthusiasts as the Rolls Royce of the AKs. So yeah.....what 98% of owners of that firearm consider it a safe queen, and don't want to even take it outside, I spent two decades running around the country with it, and put Lord knows how many rounds through it. But, even with the wear, that AK was valued at $3k, which was eye opening. It's the only AK I've ever shot, and might explain why I could not understand all the accuracy issues I saw people citing. Because while the sights leave something to be desired, it is a hard hitting mamba jamma, and maintains tight groups for the first 40 to 50 rounds. But even then, it's solid on target....that group just opens up some.
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    04-22-2016, 07:09 AM
    This is very old, and very well known. For someone to have gotten that vaccine, they were first warned and had to consent due to the small chance. And if anyone in your household is immunocompromised, they will not give it to you.
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    04-21-2016, 01:11 PM
    Over the past few years, I've seen some things said here that I agree with, some tings that set off a light bulb in my head, and some things that made me understand false net info and herd mentality. I always try to point out if my understanding and knowledge of something is weak on some subjects, and some times make it clear I know exactly what I am talking about. Hence, this post. I want to talk about what I know a fact, and some things I understand as fact. I am then hoping others will expand on some things, explain why some are wrong, or even if I ( or others) are right for the wrong reasons. This stems from my wife (she likes to log my account and just read ) making an observation that never occurred to me. To paraphrase, "With all the different branches of military, hunters, and long time shooters on your forums, you all are sure all over the map about firearms.". Basically, experience molds opinion, yet opinion seems to really dominate here. Also, I am home alone, buzzing on Community coffee, and feel chatty...even if it's with myself.....=) Let's start with a huge misconception I have seen: AK(M)47s
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    04-20-2016, 04:38 PM
    LOL Live a little! True, it'll only last a year or two tops, but the non-stop adventure....... And honestly, I've had a few run ins with MMA guys, and they seem to have problems transitioning to a real fight without rules. The ones that SUCK to fight are the guys who have been boxing a few years.
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    04-20-2016, 04:10 PM
    I'm not going to judge based on stories, and the video doesn't show the lead up. It does show though, that people need to get it through their heads that if someone puts their hands on you...age, size, and gender go out the window. Not only that, but it only takes a couple of times of making it clear that if someone touches you, they drop nuts, that people will leave you alone. And also.....have males gotten so ignorant? A hot chick with daddy issues makes for one hell of a fun and interesting relationship. In my day, I wouldn't have picked on her.....I'd have made that my old lady. =)
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    04-20-2016, 03:45 PM
    Over the past few years, I've seen some things said here that I agree with, some tings that set off a light bulb in my head, and some things that made me understand false net info and herd mentality. I always try to point out if my understanding and knowledge of something is weak on some subjects, and some times make it clear I know exactly what I am talking about. Hence, this post. I want to talk about what I know a fact, and some things I understand as fact. I am then hoping others will expand on some things, explain why some are wrong, or even if I ( or others) are right for the wrong reasons. This stems from my wife (she likes to log my account and just read ) making an observation that never occurred to me. To paraphrase, "With all the different branches of military, hunters, and long time shooters on your forums, you all are sure all over the map about firearms.". Basically, experience molds opinion, yet opinion seems to really dominate here. Also, I am home alone, buzzing on Community coffee, and feel chatty...even if it's with myself.....=) Let's start with a huge misconception I have seen: AK(M)47s
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    04-11-2016, 02:41 PM
    I will be in a very large lake, and this one trip will be enough for a long time. After this, it's back to driving the boat....baiting hooks.....getting fish off hooks....well, you get it. It's been a couple of years since I've done this, but one good two hour boat trek will keep me in fried fish for many months. I'm giggling, because I used to say the same things being said here,"That ain't fishing"....until I went. It's like crack. If people like to fish simply as a means to put around and relax, this isn't for them. But if people like to fish, because they enjoy eating fish, then this is the thing missing from your life.
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    04-11-2016, 02:04 PM
    You misunderstand. A gentle current pulls the fish to your net. A higher current, like I use, knocks them unconcious for about 30 secs or so. So actually, it is the most humane way to fish. I don't kill things for the hell of killing them.
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    04-11-2016, 11:27 AM
    Bear in mind, a lot of those "gifts" are lunch or dinner. If you recall, my wife is a Nurse Practitioner, and she loves watching drug reps come in to talk to her boss. He MAKES them feed his staff before he'll find time to talk to them. He hates them. Because it is basicaly a used car salesman trying to convince an educated and experienced medical doctor of why he should consider some new drug as a way to help his patients. You'd probably enjoy talking to him, because he is very plain spoken. He was bitching about a letter of concern he got from the DEA last year about the amount of narcotics he wrote. I saw the letter he wrote them back. All it said was: I am the head physician at an Emergency Room. Please understand what types of patients an EMERGENCY Room attends to. He didn't even sign it with his name, just his DEA number. And underneath the number, "I am sure this will suffice, as obviously, this is my complete identity to you. I completely agree some docs do things they shouldn't. It makes perfect sense that drug companies would target teaching hospitals, as they are going to have leaders in respective fields (who they can consult with) who are teaching students (who will write certain scripts out of habit picked up there). But I can very confidently assure you, your local family doc, or the ER provider, aren't writing people the wrong drugs to make a little money.
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    04-11-2016, 10:59 AM
    Guess I should update. I was banned within 24 hours.....lol. I have a new understanding on stupid now. I had people arguing with me that their right to be armed trumped my private property rights. One of those dip shits actually said if I asked him to leave his weapon in his car at my house, I was violating his 2nd amendment right. Then a few of them tried to use a few big words, and explain there is no private property rights that allow for the property owner to "discriminate" against their rights. Basically, it was one of those "So this is why people just assume I am a blabbering idiot when they hear my accent" moments.
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    04-11-2016, 10:48 AM
    NAIL ON THE FUCKING HEAD It is common knowledge they are terrified over their DEA number. Yet people think they'll risk 11 years of school, 2 to 4 years of shit pay residency, half a million dollars in education cost.....fuck.....their lives....for $250k? $350k?
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    04-11-2016, 10:44 AM
    Teaching hospitals. Medical consults. Can it be abused? Of course it can. But that is not the same thing as a huge conspiracy with drug companies paying doctors at your local ER bribe money to prescribe their drug. Do you actually know a MD personally? If you do, tell them your concerns. I want you to see the confused look you get from them. Because asking a doc to risk their career for a few hundred grand is laughable. And I'm not being a smart ass here. Because Tod hit the nail on the head. Doctors are wary of writing people common pain meds for fear of DEA reprisal, and having their DEA number pulled. Yet you honestly think they'll risk their MD itself for a few bucks?
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    04-11-2016, 10:36 AM
    Yes it is. But then you have people like me, who can smoke a wad of opium the size of your fist, and just be pissed from it. Very few pain killers work for me, and they are a small group of opioid derivitives. And that is the wonder of science, in that it alllows me to benefit from it. Thank God there are doctors who understand we aren't all the same. If not for them, I would be told the opium will work, I just need to eat some coffee ground with it.
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    04-11-2016, 10:28 AM
    Going to buy some copper tubing and a dip net later, and going fishing this weekend. Fishing with a pole is ok. Dynamite is just begging for a game warden. But electricity? Nothing like seeing everything in the water float to the top in a 20 foot radius around your boat, and picking which ones you want. I have two deep well deep freezers, and come Sunday, they are going to be full of Crappie, Bass, and Catfish. The hardest part will be bringing the boat in to empty the ice chests.
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    04-11-2016, 10:12 AM
    I understand, but you're talking competing industries. I'm speaking to the actual care givers. And contrary to what many think here, big pharma does NOT dictate to doctors how to treat. I'm not saying it doesn't happen here and there for profit, but it truly is rare. Most providers are not going to risk years of school, the work, the cost, and the headache to make a little side money. Because if a doc is caught accepting money from to prescribe their drug, they lose their license.
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    04-11-2016, 10:07 AM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to tod evans again. If I lived a bit further back in the woods......
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    04-11-2016, 09:03 AM
    This is one of those arguments where really both sides are right. There is nothing wrong with wanting to treat common aliments with natural remedies. But, there also has to be an established threshold for when it's time to "bring in the big guns". My mother was seeing a doctor, and one of her issues is she has almost no cartidge in her knee. Her pain was made worse twofold in that she feels bad about asking for pain medication (my sister was a narc seeker, and eventually OD'ed), and the fact her doctor was all about natural remedies. Which is fine, for a first pass. But he was telling her she needed ginger or something, no matter how much she complained, while she hobbled around. I went with her to an appointment, explained her situation to him, explained why she felt bad about asking for anything, and his reply was lettuce or something irritating. I gave her some of my Norcos, and it was night and day. One 10mg Norco, and for a half a day, she didn't limp or need her walker. I got her in with a new doctor, and now she is on low dose (5mg) hydrocodone, and her quality of life is greatly improved. We'll still have to get her a knee replacement, but we're baby stepping. Point is, I don't think anyone really has a problem with natural medicine. It's when people get hard headed, and say you shouldn't poison yourself with a drug that will help or fix your issue, but instead start throwing grocery lists at you while ignoring the fact you have serious things going on, and conceding maybe you should try a certain drug for a couple of months. See, that doctor was willing to let my mother live in pain, rather than admit maybe his initial advice didn't work. This kind of goes back to the "you can't view medicine in black or white" point I'm always harping on. And that applies to natural medicine as well.
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    04-11-2016, 08:09 AM
    I know it's a good thing, but knowing how crooked that state is..... If you want to hate TN, drive down I40 with out of state plates.....and have at least a grand in cash on you. Watch those bastards dance with reasons as to why they have to confiscate that money. It's a lot like driving on I10 through Texas with out of state plates. You're going to get pulled over. They're going to find "residue" or some shit. And they will search every inch of your vehicle. Orange, TX is a place where I cussed two cops, their wives, their kids, their mothers, and spit a lougie on windshield after they didn't find anything after three hours. And back to TN....I have a gang file in Memphis....lol. I was caught with a small pipe, misdemeanor. But, that meets the criteria there to start a gang file on me. That was when the judge wasn't going to let me defend myself, and tried to order me to get an attorney. I enjoyed hurting her feelings that morning.
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    04-11-2016, 07:54 AM
    I'm with you. But....she was having blockage from tumors? And they also found it in her ovaries? If that is so....and like I said, I'm with you....the two days thing was obviously wrong...but if they verified she is ate with cancer that progressed.....well...you know. Sady, if the cancer is there like that....there is no telling where else it is they didn't poke around.
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    04-11-2016, 07:42 AM
    Yeah, your target is always middleaged white guys. Gold cards, needing to feel young, ect. Don't underestimate a young crowd though. A full parking lot, college girls inside.....lotta money starts flowing. The best part is college kids predominantly party on wed or thurs, as a lot go home on the weekends. It's a good way to beef up your slower nights. In the bars I owned, I went with the volume approach. Too many people want to sweat a dollar to make a nickel. Hell, I did a small club in Dothan (I sold it two years ago), and I shut down three night clubs and the other two competing strip joints. Few people thought I was stupid, but that little club was banging out $70k a month, and I had the cheapest drink prices in town. Like my dad always told me, "Greed kills more deals than anything else".
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    04-11-2016, 07:24 AM
    Yeah, but the plus is it is really easy to catch your door or bar stealing. Once you understand your poor counts and drink averages, it's pretty easy to tell someone that not only do you know they're stealing, you can get within $5 to $10 of how much they've stole so far on the shift. Are you close to a college? I don't know many promo tricks for a straight bar (I'm used to having entertainers), but I know a hell of a promo I would run that let me dominate the college crowd.
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    04-11-2016, 07:18 AM
    I don't really need it, but have plenty of things I can put it towards though. I take care of my mother, and my niece (my sister passed a couple of years ago), and can put it towards their cost, as well as get them hooked up with it as well. My mother was royally screwed by the feds, and a kid with a paper route makes more money. She is disabled, but they denied her disability. And her social security is so pathetic, I don't even want to say. Her issue is being my dad's widow. Goddamn did the government hate my fucking dad.
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    04-11-2016, 07:13 AM
    Well, I'm looking into it. I don't sweat the DNA test as I was Army, I'm already on record. In a couple of weeks, I'll be able to tell you exactly how the process works.
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    04-11-2016, 07:09 AM
    I actually like DQ..... Course, I like fast food. Luckily though, I don't eat a lot of it as I am close to Fort Rucker. And an Army base always means one thing....Thai and Korean. Those Koreans know me by name, as I eat lunch there every day. Except Sunday.....cause they aren't opened for lunch on Sunday.
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    04-11-2016, 07:02 AM
    LOL.....I was put on the bar to learn it when I first got into clubs. I was quickly taken of though, and never allowed back. The manager was my room mate, and he started noticing how awesome the poor count was after I had the bar for a couple of nights. I didn't bat an eye and told him what I was doing. I would use the half ounce side of the jig for mixed drinks, pour it on top. They would smell that, and think I just loaded them up. That, and I was a master of the double count. They say an honest bartender only steals $100 a night, but I never took a dime from the bar. I didn't have to....I was making a killing off the customers.
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    04-11-2016, 06:38 AM
    You do realize that Muskogee is part of the Creek, yes? The benefit of being Creek blood is we are a true dying breed. There's just not that many left. But that means any amount of blood quantum, and a paper trail to show your lineage is usually good enough. It can change state to state though, based on not just your ancestory, but location of said ancestors. It's this fact that my wife ribs me about doing it, saying I might have proof of blood to the oldest documented chief within their registry. She wants me to take over as tribal chief, and rule with an iron fist. lol....I love my wife
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