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Old 05-23-2019, 07:47 PM  
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What are some of your favorite product purchases?

A thread to talk about some of the things we've bought and are really happy with. The end. Or the beginning.
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Old 07-16-2019, 11:00 PM   #331
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Old 07-17-2019, 07:59 AM   #332
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We have two lane roundabouts, 35 all total where I live. They have signs at the entrance to let you know what each lane can do. Basically you treat it like a 4-way stop.

Two lanes approach, the right lane can go to the first or second exit. The left lane can go to the second or third exit. If everyone did this, there would never be a problem. However, those who don't know how to read signs, new people. They'll get in the right lane and want to go to the third exit, so they'll drive real slow all the way around the outside lane, not knowing they may get t-boned by a car on the inside lane at the second exit, and it will be their fault. Just remember, a 4-way stop, you wouldn't turn left from the right lane.

Here's one, some have a bypass lane for those going straight and no need to enter the roundabout. We also have 73,000 privately owned golf carts. The Villages is 153,000 people now in an area of 32 square miles. Most golf cart paths will cross the entrance roads just before the roundabout, so you have this to navigate as well. For a community with the average age of 70, it's fun to drive here.

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Old 07-17-2019, 06:42 PM   #333
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Old 07-17-2019, 07:46 PM   #334
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Camera Bags - Billingham, England. Enough Said.

Binoculars - I use Canon Image Stabilizing Binoculars every day at work, and they are WONDERFUL. If you don't need that, I love the Redfield Bincoculars I purchased a few years ago, wonderful optical clarity.

Wristwatch - Tudor Black Bay Steel - Fantastic wristwatch. COSC Chronometer rated, In-House Movement, Excellent Bracelet. It's a daily tool, not cheap, but has served me very well for the last few years. I recently started a thread on the Omega Speedmaster my wife purchased for me for our 11th Anniversary. I love that watch, I have been wearing it ever since I got it, but the Tudor is a great do it all tool watch.

Wallet - Maxpedition Spartan. Legit.

Firearms - The new Smith and Wesson 586 Classic is a very nice revolver. It has the "Hillary Hole", but the bluing and action are still very good. I am also partial to my HK USP 9. As far as scopes, I have owned Leupold, Nightforce, Bushnell and SWFA. I have bought and sold stuff, but my current stuff is sporting Leupold and SWFA optics.

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Pocket Knives - Spyderco. I have a few Benchmade's and Kershaw's. I still love my Spyderco the best. For fixed blade knives, I love my Randall's.
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Old 07-18-2019, 06:46 AM   #335
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I’ve been reading the title of this thread wrong for a long time. I never opened it because I thought it was a crazy concept to pay for a “podcast” when there are so many free ones out there.
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Old 07-18-2019, 07:09 AM   #336
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I have another product to list.

I have been buzzing my hair short for years. It was annoying paying the barber $15 for a three minute haircut so i experimented with different ways to cut my own hair. I had a couple of different trimmers that worked okay but the comb depth was always a bit iffy and they weren't all that sharp. I also tried a clipper set from WalMart (a Wahl set, iirc). It also wasn't very sharp and would pull my hair sometimes and leave longer hairs all over.

I finally decided to try to get a barber quality clipper set and settled on Oster Fast Feed. It could be argued that it's maybe a small step below what a barber would use but it's only cutting my hair once every two to three weeks so it's fine for that. It does a great job and buzzes my hair quickly and cleanly. It's 60 bucks but paid for itself after four cuts.



The one downside is that the combs that come with it suck. They fit loosely and there is no #1 comb. A lot of reviewers recommended the Andis magnetic comb set so I tried those. For some reason, their purple but they clip on and are held in place by strong magnets and don't move around at all. Well worth the extra cost.

I have the Andis Masters clippers and this purple set of guards. Love the gaurds as they're well made and sturdy with really strong magnets.
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Old 07-18-2019, 08:21 AM   #337
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When I was a kid my dad would take to the barber and get a buzz cut. After I got out of the Army in '72, I've been cutting my own hair and for the most part, it's not that difficult. Of course in the 70's and 80's long hair was the style. Nowadays I keep it normal length and I've never had to use the professional style trimmers. I found by doing a small amount of touch-up every few days, it stays about the same and a beard and mustache trimmer is all you need. My latest is this Remington I bought at Walmart for about $30 probably 7 years ago. I leave it plugged it, it's rechargeable.

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Old 07-20-2019, 05:38 PM   #338
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"Meater"


I didn't buy it, got it for Fathers day and left it in the drawer ignored for almost two months.

I already had a meat temp system for smoking that I have had at least 10 years and didn't see the value in this "meater" just like new dual systme my wife gave me for Christmas that I have ignored, still.

I decided to try "meater" on my ribeye steaks a week ago, amazing. Wife's med rare was perfect and so was my medium. Had ribeyes again tonight, same result, perfection.

No guesswork in steak perfection any longer!
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