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The Ruger Mark IV Hunter V. Squirrel Warning - Readers may find some images disturbing

07/26/2020 Six tomato plants are usually enough for my wife and immediate friends, but this year we got off to a slow start. Moving house grown seedlings to the garden had its casualties, so a restart was necessary. Of the six plants, three yielded tomatoes very quickly, two grew quickly and one flowered but bore…

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Ruger’s Mark IV 22/45 Lite Part II

I’ve been working on some ideas for a shop project. Over the past six months I’ve advanced the ball, metaphorically speaking, to conclude the project will incorporate and electric motor… 48 volts, 1000 Amps… and a sprocket. Beyond that, blank space, dead air, niemand ist zu hause. It is tough to think of something you…

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