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Re: F/S: LRB AR-15 Lower Receiver
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bentpole wrote:
What lower part's and buffer kit come with it assembled?


Standard mil-spec LPK without trigger, hammer and associated parts. No buffer kit.

Posted on: Today 14:07:44
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Re: F/S: LRB AR-15 Lower Receiver
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Last price reduction...

Stripped: (see photo): Asking $70.00
Assembled w/o FCG: Asking $100.00

Posted on: Yesterday 15:07:19
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Re: F/S: LRB AR-15 Lower Receiver
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Prices reduced...

Stripped: (see photo): Asking $75.00
Assembled w/o FCG: Asking $105.00

Posted on: 6/22 21:36:33
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Re: F/S: LRB AR-15 Lower Receiver
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BTT...

Posted on: 6/20 17:18:26
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F/S: LRB AR-15 Lower Receiver
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F/S:



I'm just thinning the heard a bit more to finance a different project.

These lowers are...

- Made from aircraft grade 7075-T6 aluminum forging.
- Finish is a hard coat anodize per MIL-A-8625.
- Produced by the same folks that make some of the most accurate M1A / M14 rifles.

I have two of these. The one you see here is basically stripped with only the roll pins installed or started. The second is assembled but without the fire control group. I'll be keeping the one that does not sell...

Stripped: (see photo): Asking $70.00
Assembled w/o FCG: Asking $100.00

Sale will face to face in or close to Carver county. Shipping (FFL to FFL) is available. Buyer covers any transfer fees and shipping charges.

PTC or PTP is a MUST. Bill of sale will be provided.

Email is best for communications... dan8026 at gee mail dot com.

Posted on: 6/15 18:13:21
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Re: Guide question
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I see it like this...

The client has paid for a half day / full day on the water. I'll do my very best to make it the best fishing experience you've ever had. The client paid for it and it's my job. I have enough repeat clients to confirm this. I've given away extra time if fishing was slow and even refused payment if I felt I didn't uphold my end of the deal.

BUT...

All things considered, what you didn't pay for is riding electronic piggy back on 2+ decades of time on the water. I've shown you how and basically where. If you need exact coords... I'm good with that, but I'll be raising my price. Big time!

Sneaking in a GPS is, in my opinion, is bad form. If you're wondering about using a GPS with me... just ask. Personally, I wouldn't do it to any guide I hire and expect the same respect from my clients. That said, I don't allow any client GPS on my boat. They know this up front and I have yet to hear any complaints. My guess is that if a new prospect didn't like it, they went elsewhere. OK... Bye.

I'll step into my phone booth and put on my flame proof suit. Then I've got to prepare for a full weekend on the pond with my long time clients from Iowa. Gonna be a warm one I hear...

M-H out...

Posted on: 6/7 23:35:44
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Re: Use livewell as storage drain plug question
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I use the front livewell in my Pro-V as either storage or a cooler. When in storage mode, both the drain and overflow are blocked with plugs similar to the plug in the transom but have the "quick release" or thumbscrews removed and replace with hex head bolts.

I had this set up checked by my local CO and a few lake inspectors and was told I "should" remove the plugs before travel. I never have (in this config) and have yet to receive any citations. Since they can see my "storage" compartment is dry as a bone, and the plugs require tools to remove/install. I just make absolutely sure there is NO moisture what so ever in there and a it has the nice scent of 409.

In cooler mode, both plugs are changed out to to normal plugs. The drain is obvious and the overflow plug is to eliminate "contamination" via lake water. I gladly pull them both and drain the melted ice at the landing and they stay out while in transit. No worries.

My read is that if you can keep your livewell dry as dust, any CO could see it's not a invasives hazard and may give you little lecture but grant you a pass. But then again... Get the wrong CO who's all gung-ho, you may end up with a ticket.

YMMV so do what's best for you and roll them dice.

Posted on: 6/7 22:33:18
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Re: Metro Fishing Updates
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I've been out 3 to 5 times a week since ice out. 7 lakes close to me and a couple a bit farther north. For me, the "metro" season has been quite normal until a couple weeks ago. Then it turned 180* out from the usual. Still finding decent pannies, but not in their usual haunts. I invited 10 crappies over for dinner the other night and they came from places I've never really tried at this time of the season. And the walleye... Suspended over deep water? Thought what I marked were crappie. When I went back around and pulled a #4 Flicker Shad though them, I was rewarded with 3 decent eater eyes on 3 passes before they got wise.

Fun season none the less! Besides, I FINALLY got my girlfriend trained in to backing the boat in AND picking me up at the days end. Guys... I'm tellin' ya... What used to take 20 to 30 minutes now takes 10 tops! If it all ends tomorrow, I still feel blessed!


Posted on: 6/7 2:57:44
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Re: today's catch
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CAREFUL!!! Did you see what happened in the "bluegills" thread? Just sayin'....

Posted on: 5/28 22:47:39
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Re: Tipping fishing captains/guides?
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Guides: Tip according to effort.

Deckhands: By all means tip them. Again, according to effort. If there is more than one, tip each individually and privately.

Captains: Unless they are really "hands on", you already paid for the trip. Call it good.

Posted on: 5/25 17:33:10
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