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  1. Sinker recommendations

    Been using worms again for the first time in quite a while. My son and I have been having great luck just letting an unweighted dilly drift into a good spot, but with the rains lately, and more to come, the river is moving at a pretty good clip and we need to weight down our bait. Whoever...
  2. Black Flies!

    Woo hoo! Past couple days I’ve been at my kids baseball/softball games and the black flies have been out in force. Now if I could stop watching these games and hit the river I’d be a happy man. I might be calling out of work sick, lol.
  3. Schrade Collectors?

    While I love my Buck knives, and have nothing bad to say about them, I picked up an old Schrade copy of the 110 a while back, the LB7. I really like it. It's like having both a Ford and Chevy in the garage - both are equally well, and no fault unless you want to find something to gripe about...
  4. "New" Old guns

    The thread about H&R making a new Garand got me to thinking about if they were going to update it. If they went and made "improvements" to the Garand, like an adjustable stock, box magazine instead of clip fed, different caliber, etc - it just wouldn't be a Garand. It's be a clunky semi auto...
  5. Post Christmas PSA

    Keep your eyes open, you’ll see him. He’ll be the center of a group of like aged kids, 8-12 or so, grouped together to hide “it” from Karens and Soy men. Or he’ll be strutting about with his hip forward so you’ll see the pocket clip. He’s the kid who just got his knife for Christmas. And...
  6. New knife idea

    Wound up forgetting about my Buck 119 the other day, it belonged to an old friend who passed, and I decided to wear it hunting, I normally only carry a folder. Had it on my belt all day long and it seemed way more comfortable than my folding knives I usually wear on my belt. Besides being...
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  8. Combo Guns

    I've always loved the style of European drillings. Preferably with 16ga over some type of .30(ish) caliber rifle. They just seem like a well designed gun built for a great purpose. For a while I had a Savage 24. It was light and handy, and a fun gun during bird / small game season, but was...
  9. Boker Kalashnikov auto

    Got this for Christmas and it has been my work/church EDC knife. I’m surprised the finish has held up as long as it has. There are other finishes and blade styles available, but I like the tango style and desert look. Blade is still tight and the auto mechanism is still strong. Stays...
  10. WTS Antique Hurricane Lamp - East Longmeadow Reduced $50

    Selling a Plymouth Harlee Hurricane Lamp. Have had it for forty years and would rather sell than smash it on my way moving out of state. $50
  11. WTS Dining Table East Longmeadow - $75

    Looking to have a nice heavy wood dining table that already has the character of an old family heirloom? Look no further, I have a nice oval dining room table, 60" long with additional 25" of leaves. Six chairs included, one with armrests to show that you are indeed the king of the castle...
  12. WTS Snap On Rolling Toolbox - East Longmeadow Reduced $400

    I'm moving, my new place has a dirt driveway and no way into the basement besides some rickety stairs. The wife won't entertain the idea of this in the kitchen (women!). This was gifted to me, so I'm throwing this out based on CL searches - even if you don't want it, please PM me to see if I'm...
  13. VFW Medal

    Was going through my stuff and found a long dead relative’s medals. He was Army and had a medal for service in the War with Spain, and occupied Cuba afterward. It was odd that there was a medal and two ribbons, no bar for the ribbons though. Also, there was a medal, same sized as the Army...
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  15. Pioneer Valley Arms - East Longmeadow

    Brand new gun shop in East Longmeadow on Shaker Rd, about a quarter mile from the rotary. Seems nice, smells new. Not much in stock, but what they have for both new and used seems decent and not overpriced. Finally something worthwhile in this town.
  16. Care Package - question for grunts

    While I started in the Army, they soon found I could read and I had to change over to the Air Force. So I’m asking this question as care packages relate to actual grunts overseas, not Fobbits or Intel pukes like me. Is there anything you can’t really get yourself anymore? In 2014 I was able...
  17. Rough Rider Knives

    I get the Smoky Mountain catalog, and each Christmas I get a bunch of Rough Rider knives. For $50 - $70, I wind up with about a dozen knives. It depends on my mood what I get, but I've gotten Barlows, Congress, Lockbacks, and many many more. These knives, as you can see, are inexpensive to say...
  18. MG Keefe (ret) won’t be down

    Just received this email. RIP General. It is with a very heavy heart and much sadness, that I have to inform you of the passing of Maj. Gen. George W. Keefe (Ret)., the former Adjutant General of The Massachusetts National Guard late this morning. General Keefe joined the Massachusetts Air...
  19. CRKT Shout Out

    I've got a small CRKT knife that I use in my EDC rotation. I love these knives as they’re really decent for short money that I don’t mind using or losing. Anyway, my pocket was getting crowded with pistol and knife together, and the clip would catch on the seat when in the back pocket. So I...
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