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  • Thoughts on Penny Stocks
    July 23, 2014 09:30 am
  • I am agree with you buddy_boy8403,  Investing in Penny Stock is little bit risky but you can get more profit you have good knowledge of  stock market.  I will recommend all to follow the good penny stock promotion site before investing. They will give you better idea where to invest and when to invest. www.pennystockseeker.com is the best website to follow.
    by: philpinder
  • Coin Roll Hunting finds
    July 23, 2014 03:57 am
  • Maybe some are asking why they are getting rid of pennies. Well, I know one reason, it's because nobody uses them that much. Because of inflation, they are such a small denomination that they're just not useful. Canada has produced no cents since last year, and now it has officially ceased circulating them as well. A similar move has been debated in the U.S. for more than 20 years, but a choice still stays in limbo. You may need a short term loan to pay for your things if prices increase.
    by: alexdylan
  • Real world firearms suggestions
    July 22, 2014 06:24 pm
  • Break from the post here, I own 2 AR's they are both from PWS and use the AK gas system rather than the direct impingement system of the standard AR. I'm trying to suggest weapon systems that don't break the bank but PWS IMHO make the finest AR's in the world. I have one in 300 blackout and another in 7.62x51, the 7.62 is really the best AR I've ever owned. 7.62 AR's are known pains in the butt with various issues but not the PWS it's been on 5 continents with me and with the ACOG on it it does what it's suppose to. If money isn't an issue I'd suggest PWS every time, or if you want to make sure that the gun you get to protect your life works every time PWS is good to go. The 300 blackout and it's silencer loving brother the 300 whisper are very interesting rounds. The PWS 300 I use is an SBR with a silencer, very quiet and easy shooting.
    by: deadtime
  • The Dow End Theory
    July 22, 2014 05:47 pm
  • Good write-up,  IMO the numerology is useful, at least the way you are trying to interpret it. We know they use it, and when folks like Christine LeG. telegraph it, we should listen.   I saw this before, "X", but waited to reply. It does not really change anything I am doing, other than gives me probable target dates to beware!   One warning... do not get too much "into character" and try to think like the satanists :D Could be bad for the psyche...
    by: underground
  • All my generic….gone.
    July 22, 2014 03:00 pm
  • Silver Dollar....   I was kidding about it being pesky.  I LOVE Oak to burn and of course Hickory is right up there.  It was one of the selling points of the land - all that awesome wood to burn and smoke with.  Can't wait!  Almost 24 acres of the stuff, not all mature but that's OK.
    by: poormansgold
  • All my generic….gone.
    July 22, 2014 02:54 pm
  • @PoorMansGold   Save the "pesky" Oak and Hickory. That type of wood is very desirable. I dont know what variaty of Oak you have, but Burl Oak lumber is very expensive. Even if it`s not burl, you can cut it into 1/4 sawn. Very desirable. Hickory can be fashioned into excellent gun stock.............etc.
    by: silver-dollar
  • Real world firearms suggestions
    July 22, 2014 02:14 pm
  • deadtime  I'm no ammo counter so the click instead of bang of the AK is not desireable---so, 40 round mags are the thing I like With several ARs and being a fair and balanced person, several commie rifles, there is much good to be said for both.  At 3-400 yards the accuracy for both is decent with or without optics. The AK is fool proof for the most part and the SKS is pretty nice in that department The gun show in Reno is this weekend so maybe I'll pop in for a look and see if the AK ban bumped the prices.  Cheers and good shooting
    by: agxiik
  • All my generic….gone.
    July 22, 2014 02:05 pm
  • smart move poormansgold  I plan to do the same when silver climbs a bit raw land in northern NV is still cheap and much is farmable.
    by: agxiik
  • All my generic….gone.
    July 22, 2014 01:12 pm
  • @Mammoth !!!!!!  I know, I know!!!  :)   We have to do some clearing of the land first and then we can get the tree's in.  All that pesky oak and hickory in the way....  ;)   Now I have to figger out what to do with my funny munny on payday; PM's or ammo.  Have 'plenty' of the latter but my thoughts are I can probably always get PM's (for a price/trade) but will I always be able to get ammo???  No.   Hmm.  May have answered my own question.
    by: poormansgold
  • All my generic….gone.
    July 22, 2014 11:20 am
  • PMG we are on the same page here. Now get out there and start planting fruit trees on your new land!
    by: mammoth
  • Real world firearms suggestions
    July 22, 2014 08:28 am
  • @DEADTIME As for the AK47, It`s major flaw, a flaw that has saved countless American lives, when the last round in magazine is fired, the bolt closes home on an empty chamber. All US Semi and full auto weapons, the bolt locks to the rear when last round is fired. Allowing for a faster reload. It`s just my opinion.   the 1911 is a great option, I love it. The reason I like the 686 is I`m a better shot with the revolver.  My experince with the 1911 is not good. But no fault of the pistol. every one I had,had massive amounts of ammo poured through them, and were worn out.
    by: silver-dollar
  • Real world firearms suggestions
    July 22, 2014 04:55 am
  • @deadtime 5.56 has that same effect as the 5.45x39, but the current thing is the fast twist in the barrel for accuracy... 1:7 or 1:9 is the range now, but the tumbling is resident in the 1:12 to 1:14 twist range. More common in the M16 than the AR 15 models.    
    by: underground
  • Real world firearms suggestions
    July 22, 2014 03:00 am
  • I can no longer edit the old post so I'll continue here, I plan on trying to bring this all together so it makes sense but there is just so much to understand that as I've said before it could become a codex and I would need to turn it into a PDF.... So the 5.56/223 is not the perfect round, it has huge flaws. That being said it's easy to find and somewhat cheap. The following statement is meant not to shock but to be the the ugly truth. The 5.56 is very common among government types, in the case of a civil action or world without rule of law this round will be easy to strip from those who "no longer need it" This world can be very ugly but when it's ugly you need to get mean and ugly back if you want your loved ones and friends to survive. 2: 5.45x39..... Yes some of you are saying...huh? In my travels I've used the AK74 more than a few times, the 5.45x39 is the cartridge the AK74 fires. While it's near the same size as the 5.56 it has a whole different way of messing your ta...
    by: deadtime