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Ruger’s Mark IV Target Did Ruger invent the timeless machine?

11/21/2021 – Computers suck. I opened WordPress to begin a new article and was once again confronted with a blank page. Happens every week. My stupid cell phone can anticipate my words, auto correct and express emotion, but you… you stupid tin box, all you can do is hide under my desk and let me…

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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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