I'd even go so far as to say ... you're 'nuts' !
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Have had boats in saltwater going on ~50-years now, maybe 45 of those years for boats I've owned. Many have been tins, as even if I have a big FRP offshore boat, I keep a tin skiff at the Club dock 24/7 from APR through OCT; in fact I just pulled them last weekend for the season. I never had any iss...
- 18 Oct 2019, 11:25
- Forum: Hunting & Weapons
- Topic: Springfield Armory 911 380
- Replies: 17
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I have put around 300 rounds through it and every magazine load has had jams, Failed to fires, loading issues. Ouch! On the contrary, I have a S&W BodyGuard 380 with integrated laser that has digested every round of ~7 brands of ammo and bullet types, even when loaded into the same magazine together.
Need pictures ... what "kind" of fuel tank cover? You mean a cap or an aluminum hatch or sheet cover over a tank recess? Cast aluminum end or corner caps can be had on eBay, but you may not find an identical match. Toss the carpet and throw in Nautolex marine vinyl from DefenderUSA... mine was ~21-y...
If that is a power trim/tile OB, those locks are usually called 'mooring locks' and are designed to keep the OB out of the water without putting an undue strain on the hydraulics. I don't trailer with them. On bigger motors, I get better ground clearance by jamming a piece of softwood, like typical ...
- 15 Oct 2019, 11:12
- Forum: Bait and Tackle
- Topic: Using two split rings to attach the rear hook on a crankbait
- Replies: 8
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FWIW I switch out the trebles on most of my small lures/plugs to the “double” hooks that Netcraft sells, believing it to be Eagle Claw and Mustard hook designs. Nothing worse to me - even more than losing a jumping fish - is landing a fish with a face full of trebles. 72EE4B2E-560B-42EC-A409-018E6DC...
- 08 Oct 2019, 21:31
- Forum: Hunting & Weapons
- Topic: Handmade early French flintlock muzzleloader, circa 1727
- Replies: 11
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... never added the final/finished photos, but since I’m in the airport for hours waiting on people, here you go ... for some hopefully eye candy:
Definitely a (1) TALL-gunneled deep-V hull boat, and (2) one with full height transom. Owned various 14 to 16-footers through the years and did a ton in the 14s, but for only 2’ longer, I found the 16s to be ‘twice’ the boat! But if you can't swing a 16-footer, then a 14’ w/ minimum 25hp would be ni...
Did you ever run your rig through the Prop Calculator listed as a sitcky post on the Motors forum? FWIW the Turning Point 'pressed aluminum' 4-blade props give SS performance at a fraction of the price (< $100). Plus with their props you are never stuck, as they swap them out until you get exactly w...