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Ask John if he caught those fish at False Teeth Point!
works pretty good. back up on a 4x4 block, set the depth and get after it. you can set it shallow to cover afterward. you can back up with it. only problem i had was a popped rivet on one of the disks from hitting a stump. bring spare 1/4 x 1" bolts and you are set.
download Picasa from Google. It is free. Open Google, click more, then look for Picasa and download it. Open the pic in Picasa and you will see three tabs, the first is "basic fixes". On that tab there is a "fill light" slider. This will brighten up everything in the pic and you will be able to save it with changes when you are happy with the result.
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I bought several micro Sd cards with the SD adapter (8.99 ea from supermediastore.com. I swap the cards in the camera then take the micro SD card out of the adapter and put it in my cell phone. I then can view the pictures on the phone. If I see something I like I can transfer it to my laptop (using the SD adapter) at a later time. Having several cards allows you to just swap the card and view the pics later.
Is that an original design or did you find it in a book?
Send him to North Caney this weekend. I'll get back with you.
Take it to Po-Mans in Robert's Cove. Great smoked sausage.
He can also make you some chili ground deer meat with tasso.
He has been doing my deer for the past 5 years and never dissapointed. 337-783-5325
I have a 2007 A-Bolt in 7mm WSM (with BOSS). Great gun, however be very careful when cleaning it. Problem is (and Browning corrected it with the X-Bolt) that the gun has to be on "fire" to remove and insert the bolt.
I got in the habit (for what I thought was a safety reason) to flip out the magazine, remove the bullet from the chamber, close the bolt then put the removed bullet into the magazine then close the door. That way I did not have to shuck all the rounds out to make the gun safe for travel.
I did however during cleaning flip out the magazine door (with the magazine attached), remove the bolt (safety off), then run a boresnake through the barrel. In my entire stupidity I flipped close the magazine door prior to putting the bolt back. While putting the bolt back in a live round shifted into the magazine and discharged. I'm not exactly sure of what happened as the bolt takes a little pressure to get back in if I hit the trigger or the jar of the install caused the firing pin to strike the bullet, whatever.
This habit is no more. I never ever expected anything such as this and now completely remove the magazine prior to traveling. I have even gotten in the blind with out the magazine as I keep them separate. I haven't spoken to anyone at Browning about this, perhaps there is a modification available to allow the bolt to be removed with the safety on in the A-Bolt like the new X-bolt. But if available I would certianly have it done. Hope this never happens to you, just wanted to open your eyes to a potentiol problem that exists with that particular design. It was clearly a matter of stupidity on my part and my garage floor now has "personality".
can't wait to share a moment like that with my son!
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