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    OK, I'll make this easy. What FBecigneul is...

    OK, I'll make this easy.

    What FBecigneul is attempting to virtue signal is that IHO there is ONE (1) poster here who is singularly responsible for the decline

    So, that problem is solved.
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    yup, and I've taken many a pleasant dump at 0...

    yup, and I've taken many a pleasant dump at 0 degrees......INSIDE LOL.

    Simple fact is that the temperature of the concrete itself must be kept above 42F at all times to keep it from dying and...
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    Ya got me beat there :) -52F is coldest I've...

    Ya got me beat there :) -52F is coldest I've lived in but I've been involved in a LOT of steel fabrication and you'll have to do a lot better than that to convince me that welding and bending below...
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    this, from a michigander who knows zero about...

    this, from a michigander who knows zero about steel fabrication and has never SEEN cold LOL

    where I grew up they didn't even close the schools until 35 below
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    PM's emptied, thanks for noticing

    PM's emptied, thanks for noticing
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    be careful if ya' rehab one...... cuz "napalm...

    be careful if ya' rehab one...... cuz "napalm sticks to kids".....
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    Now you've got me curious. I've grown up around...

    Now you've got me curious. I've grown up around nitrogen tanks and done a lot of fabrication in cold weather and seen lots of steel shatter in the cold.....sawblades, dozer growsers, subframes,...
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    OK, I'll try one ....... or 7 ........ ...

    OK, I'll try one

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    or 7

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    failed
  13. Them Mountain Men were monsters....incredibly...

    Them Mountain Men were monsters....incredibly resilient.

    Hugh Glass..... the original Badass..... And absolutely NOT the pussy played in that blasphemous account called "The Revenant". I grew up...
  14. yup, we growed up on Mrs Mike, Bud and Connie...

    yup, we growed up on Mrs Mike, Bud and Connie Helmericks and the Foxfires, Thor Heyerdahl and Ranulf Fiennes .....and Laura Ingalls Wilder which as I grew up I realized was fake, like Thoreau and...
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    Yeahh see for me, I've got a hi-tech solution for...

    Yeahh see for me, I've got a hi-tech solution for that problem...... It works thisaway.

    I bugger something up or can't get something to work and within a day or three I get expert help. We have...
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    Well the relief cut idea was a total ballsup!! I...

    Well the relief cut idea was a total ballsup!! I went down to videotape the process for an upcoming episode of my 50BMG series and she din't go so veryvery well :) I couldn't efficiently get rid of...
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    The softness of the 12L14 isn't an issue when...

    The softness of the 12L14 isn't an issue when turning in the lathe as I don't set for a slip-fit but instead I jam the case onto the mandrel with several thousandths interference and turn it on the...
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    Well.... I was wrong, I got lucky. The next two...

    Well.... I was wrong, I got lucky. The next two pieces machined terribly. I ended up making a mandrel from 1" stock
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    I THOUGHT I had plendy round stock in the...

    I THOUGHT I had plendy round stock in the hamper..... but had nothing suitable.

    I live in the boonies an hour from town so the local 12L14 supplier is a 2.5-3.5hr round trip depending on traffic...
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    turning mandrels from rebar

    So I'm deeply engrossed in a BMG project, trying to make a series of accurate BMG's and the first thing that becomes apparent is that these things are BIG!!

    Not BIG! but BIG!!

    And I'm at the...
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    The stuff I sometimes work with things like...

    The stuff I sometimes work with things like sandpaper, cardstock, leather etc simply melts :)

    try 250lbft with some sort of paper product LOL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuAeB2vHunQ&t=753s...
  22. I couldn't agree more :) Also, as my Lord said...

    I couldn't agree more :)

    Also, as my Lord said from the cross, "forgive them for they no not what they do"..... I don't expect incisive reasoning skills from artists. They're overgrown children...
  23. I agree, he's a liberal puke but then most...

    I agree, he's a liberal puke but then most authors are :) however his historical perspectives seem sound

    Dean Koontz gets some conservative digs in and early Heinlein but they're in scant company
  24. Mort, you might would enjoy Dan Carlin's...

    Mort,

    you might would enjoy Dan Carlin's 'Hardcore History' blog...... https://www.dancarlin.com/hardcore-history-series/ ....... driving, mowing the lawn or maybe even in da' evening wit' some...
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    This whole situation is a real pita. I've got 20+...

    This whole situation is a real pita. I've got 20+ front bags including some of the ones Francis refers to with the side-to-side ridge and that what you said above "it shoots until it gets hard" is...
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