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  1. pricing isn't permitted.

    pricing isn't permitted.
  2. Working with him to resolve it as we speak. ...

    Working with him to resolve it as we speak.

    Emailed pictures to him and some info. I'm really hoping I don't have to send the gun and barrels in to have everything fitted. Just a hassle to deal...
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    Pricing isn't permitted.

    Pricing isn't permitted.
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    Got a solenoid, too, so there's a "B" in there...

    Got a solenoid, too, so there's a "B" in there...
  5. I kind of hung mine up for a while, too. I've...

    I kind of hung mine up for a while, too.

    I've been thinking about a little critter barrel for it, too. I just swapped for a .22LR barrel that I've got to sort out a locking lug issue with before...
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    http://www.radlerooter.com/wp-content/uploads/2012...

    http://www.radlerooter.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/hydrojetting.jpg
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    Looks fairly similar to what the Roto-rooter guys...

    Looks fairly similar to what the Roto-rooter guys use to "jet" drain lines.

    They did one of mine a few years ago and the head had a swivel and several jet nozzles that wound up scrubbing the...
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    Oh, yeah... Moved this to Refrigeration and Ice...

    Oh, yeah... Moved this to Refrigeration and Ice making where it ought to be.

    :cheers:
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    Interesting setup. Could be a number of...

    Interesting setup.

    Could be a number of things, depending on the exact type of valves in there.

    The A8 platform can operate in a number of different ways, depending on exactly how it is...
  10. Any "specialty" pistoleros out there....?

    :anyone:

    547621547631

    The bigger pistol is a Thompson Center Contender in .35 Remington.

    Have had it laying around a while and decided to dust it off and maybe try to bust a deer with it...
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    If he's talking about the set that I have, they...

    If he's talking about the set that I have, they are lockable.
  12. Sorry, but we can't discuss pricing here.

    Sorry, but we can't discuss pricing here.
  13. I have done this successfully. My son took his...

    I have done this successfully.

    My son took his smart phone swimming and I've had several ipods and blackberries that took the worst of a rainy day.

    The potential for damaging an LCD screen...
  14. Thread: bluvac

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    That has been my experience, too. I've done...

    That has been my experience, too.

    I've done side by side testing of the BluVac and other gauges and the BluVac tells you what is going on inside the system RIGHT NOW!

    I'm still waiting for...
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    A few things to consider... First, most micron...

    A few things to consider...

    First, most micron gauges aren't very tolerant of positive pressure as has already been pointed out. The BluVac, I think, is an exception to that rule.

    Second, the...
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    Moved thread to the AOP Forums and edited out...

    Moved thread to the AOP Forums and edited out pricing.

    I'm with rider77, pay a little now or a lot later...
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    Like said, it'll depend on how much I shoot as...

    Like said, it'll depend on how much I shoot as spring rolls on...

    I'm up to a total of 950 .40s loaded, bagged and stowed.


    range is at the local club. It's only about 2 miles away and...
  18. Thread: CFM

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    Moved to AOP forums. Please don't post...

    Moved to AOP forums.

    Please don't post multiple topics on the same subject.


    Generally, the rule of thumb is 400 CFM per ton, so you're wanting about 1600 CFM.


    Now, whether or not the...
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    Stop focusing on the TEV. You changed it, it...

    Stop focusing on the TEV. You changed it, it didn't work, it ain't the TEV.

    I would start looking at the liquid side of the system. Do you have adequate liquid to feed the valves? Are the...
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    What color is a car? I can think of a half...

    What color is a car?


    I can think of a half dozen good, viable temperature control strategies off the top of my head and a dozen more than I could use in a pinch if I had to.
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    I have had a degree of success with the Uniweld...

    I have had a degree of success with the Uniweld kit sold through United.

    CLEAN! CLEAN! CLEAN!

    Also, leave the big torch in the truck. Propane is more than enough for the job.


    That hole...
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    Yep. I saw their stuff, too. Almost bought a...

    Yep. I saw their stuff, too. Almost bought a pile before christmas. Then the wife and kiddos got me the gear to load, so I had to buy components.
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    Again, it boils down to volume. I know what a...

    Again, it boils down to volume.

    I know what a 550 costs, I've been watching them on Fleabay and elsewhere. With my current ammo consumption volume and the techniques I've built to increase my...
  24. Use a new cap tube...

    Use a new cap tube...
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    I started reloading to save money. Yeah, I know,...

    I started reloading to save money. Yeah, I know, keep laughing. :LOL:

    I'm just not sure I am shooting enough to justify the cost of a 550. Been looking at them for sure. A buddy of mine says...
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    Springfield XD40 Bullets are made by a local...

    Springfield XD40

    Bullets are made by a local guy, Mike at Mastercast Bullets. I used to shoot their reloads before I started loading. They did a cool thing where, if you returned your brass,...
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    543551 Something like that. That's this...

    543551

    Something like that.

    That's this weekend's work. 500 brass, cleaned, primed, charged and reloaded. I have them bagged in 50s and ready to roll to the range when it warms up a bit.
    ...
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    Ya got your fans fighting the holdback. Set...

    Ya got your fans fighting the holdback.

    Set the fans at 180. I'll typically set 'em lower than that, but that's a good number unless you KNOW that the system can handle lower condensing temps.
    ...
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    Good dog. Catch and retrieve. That's awesome.

    Good dog. Catch and retrieve.

    That's awesome.
  30. No worries. I can... :LOL:

    No worries. I can... :LOL:
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    Another idea. Try dialing the EPRs up. Higher...

    Another idea. Try dialing the EPRs up. Higher evap temp will keep things running longer and stop the cycling.
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    Curious. For starters, I hate applying liquid...

    Curious.

    For starters, I hate applying liquid solenoids for control. They can lead to cracked liquid lines down the road.

    You may have too large of a valve to close properly. Maybe need to...
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    Just added the 20v version to my stable. The...

    Just added the 20v version to my stable.

    The M12s are semi-retired, now.
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    There's another LED I've been playing with,...

    There's another LED I've been playing with, lately and I can't believe that I forgot to mention it earlier.

    The Larry Light.

    Most places that I've seen them sell 'em for about $10.
    ...
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    I took a minute to skim through the manual for...

    I took a minute to skim through the manual for the Carel PCO2.

    I would be contacting a service professional. According to the manual, any setpoint changes that you make are supposed to be...
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    http://www.surefire.com/illumination/flashlights/g...

    http://www.surefire.com/illumination/flashlights/g2-nitrolon.html

    This is very similar to what I carry daily. Mine is not an LED light, I bought it before those were a "thing" and have carried...
  37. :cheers: Keeping up with the leaks on a rack...

    :cheers:


    Keeping up with the leaks on a rack is a full time job.
  38. Anything removing heat from the refrigerant would...

    Anything removing heat from the refrigerant would result in higher subcooling.
  39. It depends on a lot of factors. When the leaks...

    It depends on a lot of factors.

    When the leaks were repaired, was heat reclaim active?

    I have seen cases where just energizing the heat reclaim coil will pull 100 pounds out of a rack. That's...
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    Uploaded in a matter of second with tapatalk app....

    Uploaded in a matter of second with tapatalk app.


    In the interest of full disclosure, i did it with a tablet and not a phone.

    Not sure it matters much, though.
  41. Maybe... It could be logged in the split side...

    Maybe...

    It could be logged in the split side of the condenser. This maybe due to a plugged or malfunctioning bleed line or a check valve, solenoid or three-way valve that is leaking by.

    It...
  42. You don't. It's going to stay there as long as...

    You don't.

    It's going to stay there as long as it is cold.
  43. Eh... Depending on the setup, I've seen racks go...

    Eh... Depending on the setup, I've seen racks go for quite some time without fans running.

    150 is a hair on the low side, but it'll do. I've run 'em a bit lower than that in really cold weather....
  44. At first glance, I'm thinking you're just low on...

    At first glance, I'm thinking you're just low on gas.

    I'd need a little bit of history on the equipment. When was the last leak repaired? What has the level been trending at? Do you have heat...
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    Won't hurt a thing. If it makes you feel a...

    Won't hurt a thing.

    If it makes you feel a little better, blow the lines out with some nitrogen.
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    All of this is true. I could probably build a...

    All of this is true.

    I could probably build a setup that is equal to or better than the Lansky that I have. That said, I doubt I could build a setup and have it fold down and fit into the small...
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    I did. They just press harder... Very...

    I did.

    They just press harder...


    Very frustrating. I am about ready to start grabbing my hunting knife when I cook. I know it is sharp.
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    I really don't track scrap prices. I base...

    I really don't track scrap prices. I base cashing out on available space. When my scrap pile exceeds available space, it's time to cash out.

    A bucket or two of brass casings, however, can be a...
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    I seriously doubt that a vacuim would damage any...

    I seriously doubt that a vacuim would damage any of them.
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    I had thought about something like that,actually....

    I had thought about something like that,actually.

    Interesting ideas. I think a metal detector would blow up at my range. Tens of thousands of .22 brass laying all over the place.


    Sometimes...
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