Post a *PIC* of your latest purchase...

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  1. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    From my local GM Parts Dept.
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    Just got a free pair of Cerwin-Vega speakers, I've been looking for a set for a mighty long time. My brother is going to be pissed that I got a pair.
     
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    Picked up a Ruger PC 9mm for 2 gun matches. Only had to wait 5 1/2 months for my order to come in. Now if I could find small pistol primers.... 33BFB78F-6A46-4CFE-A4C2-68B133A2B586.jpeg
     
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    I had to get a friend in Canada to buy them and get them over the border and shipped to me. Very hard to find here. I had him send me 5000. Crazy how hard all the supplies are to get.
     
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    A lot of the guys are using shopping bots to get them. The firearms trainer I shoot with got 17,000 ssp. But he reloads for shooting teams and students, so will go through them pretty quickly.
     
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    1943 Lee enfield.
     
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    20210606_124528.jpg helps to post a pic
     

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    You'll really like the PC9, only issue here in NJ we're limited to 10 round magazines.
     
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    Same in California
     
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    I bought 2000 pounds of river bed rock, cost me 40 bucks, and 29 for delivery fee. not too bad, I had terrible shrubs around my ac, and generator generac, every year I would chop them down and they would grow like into ac and generator tearing everything up. also, English ivy was brewing in that area too, so I tried to kill it all, rounded it up, ripped all the roots I could find out, etc.. a long day.

    I just got a little concrete stamper curb thing, where you make your concrete, a little slurry like, like a sand castle, and you use it and move along packing it, basically sculpting a little curb. im going to attempt it this week, but I got the rocks down, (the last photo is darker) because I rinsed them with water, they should be real pretty, I need some more dirt to level out the low spot( the dark dirt) I tossed a bunch of dirt and grass seed down.

    it is a project, but it'll pay off. hope I dont regret it though. I would never want to move the 2000 pounds again. I moved the 2k from road, to yard, then again out of my little wagon, so moved 4k with a shovel lol. so from the edge of rocks and out 4 inches will be a little concrete curb/edge when all said done, and on other side of it will be all grass when I get it all done.

    my back is hurting, won't lie, im getting soft.

    the long skinny area, had a bunch of bushes that was tedious to maintain, dropping a crap ton of seeds. cut them out, as low as I could, sprayed round up, and covered with rocks, will continue to try and murder them as they grow.
     

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