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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    I need a 8500 run. So I can fire up my central air.
    1-2 window AC's, refrigerator, Freezer, and the wi-fi for the wifie.
    My retirement plan is: Civilization will probably crumble before I'm 65 and money will be meaningless anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJC44 View Post
    1-2 window AC's, refrigerator, Freezer, and the wi-fi for the wifie.
    I run my whole house off a 5500 run. But I have to alternate freezers and well pump. Can't run the central air though need the 8500 run surge higher and I then can run the whole house without alternating devices.
    "The clever cat eats cheese and breathes down rat holes with baited breath." W. C. Fields

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    Yeah a good gennie is my next big purchase.


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    A good back-up generator is a must. Our electric grid is shockingly fragile.
    Friends don't let friends shoot Glocks.

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    Repurposed a peice of leather from a survival sheath I bought a few years ago (Before Hawg started playing with leather.) basically only save the tin holder attached it to the modified stock sheath for my BK2.
    Turned out good more compact than my old version and easily removed if I want.
    Pictured is also the contents of the tin that can also it's self be used as a char cloth maker. The tin foil wrap is only about a 12 inches worth and has about 24 strike anywhere matches in it. The cotton ball in the small baggie is soaked in vaseline. Only thing missing is 25 ft of spider wire I had taped around the edge of tin cause it got used and I forgot to put it back on
    Like everything always a work in progress putting in and taking out but this seems to have most basics covered.

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    The relatively quick modification we did worked out pretty good.
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    Finally got around to putting a scope on my 10/22 absolutely hate the stock sights only took me like 6 years.
    Had a Tasco in the safe that I never used so will see if turns out to be one of the good ones or bad ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Finally got around to putting a scope on my 10/22 absolutely hate the stock sights only took me like 6 years.
    Had a Tasco in the safe that I never used so will see if turns out to be one of the good ones or bad ones.

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    Sweet maybe you'll use that one now.
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    Yup my childhood Marlin will start getting a lot less use. Parts aint gettin cheaper for it and would hate to have to retire it permanently so this will take its place more often just wish I liked iron sights more. I did use a see through scope mount just in case the scope takes shit I can still use irons if I take the scope off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Yup my childhood Marlin will start getting a lot less use. Parts aint gettin cheaper for it and would hate to have to retire it permanently so this will take its place more often just wish I liked iron sights more. I did use a see through scope mount just in case the scope takes shit I can still use irons if I take the scope off.

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    The scope mount on my 10/22 is a quick remove mount for using iron sights.

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