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  Captain's Yeoman Module A+
Posted by: IKV Avenger - 03-20-2019, 01:32 PM - Forum: SFB - Alpha - Replies (1)

Just received this module and have found it very useful.  First, it has over 50 Point of Turn and Point of Slip counters.  They have the little white dot in the lower right hand corner so that you can mark them with different colors which is a very handy feature.  The ones I have come in red, blue and yellow background.  Also included are Impulse Cards which we've found speed the game up nicely.  They have information on who moves in the impulse and also the next impulse that speed moves.  It has Command Cards which can be used to eliminate the 'me too' firing when someone calls for fire.  Also included are Advance EA forms, Drone/Plasma/Shuttle cards, Particle Cannon energy forms and more.  

Not sure why this Module is out of print, but if you can find it the resources are well worth it. I was fortunate and found it on Amazon in a sealed package for $12.

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  I thought mass shootings only happen in the US
Posted by: bmyers - 03-18-2019, 11:11 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (13)


Another mass shooting.

A man has opened fire in a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht, injuring several people, police have said.
A square near a tram station in the west of the city has been cordoned off by authorities, and emergency services are at the scene.
No arrests have been made and the gunman is understood to still be at large.
The shooting took place at about 10:45 local time (09:45 GMT). Three helicopters have been despatched.
Police say they are investigating a "possible terrorist motive" in the shooting. They asked people to keep roads clear for emergency workers to get through.

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  Really a question for Dave - solar powered flashlight
Posted by: bdcochran - 03-16-2019, 05:18 PM - Forum: Lighting - Replies (3)

I just finished my annual purchase of very cheap 1 AA battery lights.  I check a battery, make sure that one is ready to go - the girl friend takes it.  The next time I see one - the battery is dead or the flashlight has gone defective. 

Now for the question. 

I finally learned that there are solar powered flashlights.  Goody!  I want a couple.  I don't care whether a unit takes a rechargeable AA or a rechargeable 18650.  I don't want to buy a lemon.  When I read the reviews on Amazon, I look only at the 1 and 2 star reviews.  Many mfgs don't put out a good product.  My budget goes up to $25.  I don't need a unit that is fancied up with a hammer, whistle, seat belt cutter.  Recommendation??

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  49 killed and more than 20 seriously injured in New Zealand mass shooting
Posted by: bmyers - 03-15-2019, 11:16 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (6)

Wasn't sure where this topic belonged. IF you read through the article and the attackers manifesto, their goals is to create uprising in the US to bring civil war. Sadly, our country and our politicians are doing their best to do this on their own.


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  5 things to never do
Posted by: Warf51 - 03-15-2019, 03:10 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

I like this guy, have watched a lot of his stuff and is an Ex-SF operator;   https://youtu.be/P4yA90IMFpE

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  Military Survival kits
Posted by: David - 03-10-2019, 10:00 PM - Forum: Packs and Gear - Replies (1)

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Posted by: Warf51 - 03-10-2019, 09:10 PM - Forum: DIY - Replies (18)

A WarfBow begins from an old Compound Riser that is converted to International Limb Fitting. There are many different ILF limbs available which are precision limbs used by Olympic Shooters all over the world. The Warf Riser is an economical alternative to other high cost ILF capable risers on the market and is very popular for hunting and shooting 3D Competitions. Glad you are here and hope you will soon find the ideal Riser for your ILF Conversion. 

Here is a short list of risers that are good Candidates;

Bear black bear (by far most popular) the rest are in no particular order...
Hoyt Gamegetter (old compound)
Hoyt rambo
Hoyt spectra
Ram hunter (hoyt/easton)
Hoyt Pro Vantage
Jennings Black Lightning,
Proline Typhoon,
Hoyt Gamegetter II (old compound)
Hoyt td3
Hoyt raider
Quinn Stallion (needs machine work to change the pocket angles)
Hoyt Tracker and variants.
Some of the old PSE risers (pockets must be milled to a friendly geometry)
There are several more out there that are warfable,,I have done several wood risers also.

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  I buy Crutches
Posted by: Warf51 - 03-10-2019, 06:27 PM - Forum: DIY - Replies (1)

All the hardware and good laminated shooting sticks. 2 bucks at the Thrift store because aluminum replaced wood. All you need is a saw.

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  Constitutional, Open and Concealed Carry
Posted by: David - 03-10-2019, 02:02 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (11)

Some things happening in various states:


Kentucky Passes Constitutional Carry!


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  Ruger SP101?
Posted by: Bob - 03-09-2019, 06:04 PM - Forum: Defense - Replies (20)

I have seen a couple of SP101's at a decent price ~$450.

I am very familiar with the GP100 Family, an assortment of Taurus and of course the Smith 686 family....

But what about these?  This is to pair a .357 pistol with my .357 Lever.

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