There seems to be plenty of ammo available in Tulsa, but prices vary greatly. One has to shop around.
California is going to ban all that stuff soon. I was way ahead of the curve. I haven’t owned a two-stroke motorcycle since 1975.
I retired my gas chainsaw in 1995. Don’t get excited you guys, it was just a McCulloch. I replaced it with a McCulloch ElectroMac, because I never have to get more than 50 feet from my house. And I don’t burn wood, so it’s just occasional pruning and storm damage.
I also retired my two-stroke tiller. I replaced it with a hired Gardener because I don’t want to till anymore. That’s been 10 years at least.
I hauled the two-stroke Evinrude outboard off to the boat junkyard last year. I repowered my boat with electric motors a few years back and I’ve never enjoyed fishing more.
I’m really not political about the subject myself. It’s just that I smoked for 35 years and I don’t have perfect lung function anymore. It is difficult for me to breathe around anybody running a two-stroke.
If I can’t get this Volkswagen engine to run with a lot less smog I may end up converting it to electric soon.
Was at the local walmart today.
I think I need to get divorced and married a bunch of times with John at the top of my guest list!!Selling guns when you're getting married?
Heck, I give ammo for a wedding gift
I think I need to get divorced and married a bunch of times with John at the top of my guest list!!
In the local guntrader and on GB, I'm noticing prices on used guns aren't as crazy as they were during Fauxrona. I get PSA and GaG emails and I've noticed their prices have come down to comfy levels. Not including fees, you can get a Glock G19 clone ("Dagger") for $300, $400 if you want optics cut and threaded barrel. PSA has "add your lower" AR kits for $350.I did notice their gun selection was better than it had been for a while. That's a plus.