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  • Birthday 10/18/1972

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    WA SV 5" ProKiller II, KSC SPP, KSC Beretta 8000 Cougar, KWA G23F, KWC National Match,HFC M712 "Box Cannon" NBB, MZ M1100 Full-stock, MZ M870 shell ejector, MZ PPK/S, Custom G3SBS AEG , TM MC51MOD AEG
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  1. sandstorm

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    That's some really lousy timing, GW... Hope the new place comes through this afloat so they can pick you up. As an IT consultant, WFH wouldn't be that hard, but I keep sitting at my computer nook -working- all day, and just can't bother to game anymore after workday. Although it'll ease a bit next week, as my customer, who are in car importing business, are out of new cars to import and sell due to the factories shutting down weeks ago, are suspending new development for a while, and I'll have excess time. Might look at fiddling around and doing some coding for myself, if I can okay it with my employer. Maybe study some new framework or library.
  2. sandstorm

    GHK x ADAR 15

    Geeze, that is a real beauty. Makes me almost wish to swap things out on m GBB WE416...
  3. sandstorm

    Northeast Mini and full sized Uzi GBB

    What I would like, actually, is a civi model carbine with the wooden stock and 16" barrel, just to be really different. A friend had the real steel, and it sure drew attention at the range.
  4. sandstorm

    Loft clearout time!

    Arnie, the Warrior vest is tan? How much would it be posted to Finland?
  5. sandstorm

    Action Army Ruger MK IV GBB pistol

    Switches for fire mode selector... I've got an old WA Infinity ProKiller II, which had safety on left side and fire mode slector on right side when looking at a target... It didn't have much trouble with the fire modes.... But when it did, it occasionally slipped from semi to full-auto when the selector was accidentally touched.
  6. sandstorm

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    Well, if ytou don't wear professional eye pro when soldering, it sure gets 'Ow, my eye' soon....
  7. sandstorm

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    Especially if they have soldering irons... Even if they don't know which part to hold.
  8. sandstorm

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    Is this how you try soldering? https://images.app.goo.gl/4oNoLJyzT8ozcKwA7
  9. sandstorm

    Schnitzel with noodles - what made you smile today?

    I know if training is 'too easy' as in not enough to keep my mind on the task, I tend to get bored with stuff. Bajiquan us jyst different enough from what I have studied before that I need to focus. Last time I needed that sort of focusing in basics was when I started Muso Shinden ryu, and tgat kept with me for a decade.
  10. sandstorm

    Schnitzel with noodles - what made you smile today?

    Got back into martial arts, after few years of hiatus. Jumped from Japanese arts to Chinese one, though, so everything, while sinilar, is just a bit different, prompts me to not get complacent on the beginners' class, which means I am more likely to keep going as it is a challenge and not a breeze.
  11. sandstorm

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    Seen that "fix" a few times on "Flipping Bangers", as they're airing it here.
  12. sandstorm

    Loft clearout time!

    I'll pick the Glock RONI, then.
  13. sandstorm

    Loft clearout time!

    If I wasn't so damn wary of the postal carriers, I'd be all over that P99 tactical... The Glock RONI would be interesting as well... But alas, Finnish Failmail is pretty bass-ackwards about anything gun-shaped....
  14. sandstorm

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    Stunt, consider the environmental impact of driving an older car to the ground. The lease cars don't go into landfill after the few years, they get pushed to the used car market or sold to fleets with less funds. But if you get a new car every three-four years, it's going to have better fuel economy, less emissions and generally better accessory levels as more and more of the 'luxury' features sink down to lower trim levels.
  15. sandstorm

    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    You don't own a wife, it's the other way around.

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