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cjl2010

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About cjl2010

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  • Birthday 10/16/1991

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    Payson AZ

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  1. cjl2010

    Happy Birthday CJ

    Thanks fellas, hope you all had a good day.
  2. cjl2010

    WTB Steel for centerfire shooting

    I’m good with people shooting mine whenever they want. Just leave them so we all can enjoy them haha.
  3. cjl2010

    WTB Steel for centerfire shooting

    I drilled two holes and welded nuts to them for threads. Those two bolt tighten the bracket up against the flat part of the t-post. The center bolt is actually positioned so you can drill a hole through the t-post and double nut a bolt to prevent someone who isn’t packing tools around from sterling the plate. You don’t have to use it. The top bolt with the spring is where I mount my plate. The plate goes between the two washers by the head of the bolt and the spring gives the plate a little flex on impact and also keeps the plate pushed out so it isn’t leaning. I need to paint my plates again so I’ll take a picture later with them mounted.
  4. cjl2010

    WTB Steel for centerfire shooting

    I might have a bracket at home I’ll take a picture in a few minutes.
  5. cjl2010

    WTB Steel for centerfire shooting

    Haha I don’t want to jinx myself but ya that’s always a possibility. They are 15 minutes from my house so I shoot a bunch but if the forest is closed or when lots of hunts are going on I’ll paint them tan and sometimes I have a hard time finding them haha.
  6. cjl2010

    WTB Steel for centerfire shooting

    I built a bracket to mount to a T-Post. During fire season or hunting season I’ll paint my targets tan so they don’t stick out.
  7. cjl2010

    WTB Steel for centerfire shooting

    3/8 ar500 handles everything I’ve thrown at it up to 300 rum. Steel starts at 500 yards. bought mine from industrial metal supply down in the valley.
  8. cjl2010

    Desert Landscaping Question?? HELP PLEASE!!

    You can use black plastic to cover and help kill the grass. We’ve sprayed and covered with black plastic and it worked well. Agree that I wouldn’t lay rock over it.
  9. cjl2010

    Bashas

    I take my boys to bashas for pizza by the slice. Pretty good stuff.
  10. cjl2010

    Bi-pod recommendation.

    I use the claw as well. When in hillsides or steep angles it’s hard to beat. I get my butt kicked though unless I use some type of support for the rear.
  11. cjl2010

    Desert Landscaping Question?? HELP PLEASE!!

    @naturebob did landscaping for a couple years. Might be worth getting ahold of him.
  12. cjl2010

    Bi-pod recommendation.

    If you want to stay around that $100 mark you probably aren’t going to find anything better than a Harris.
  13. cjl2010

    Bi-pod recommendation.

    I use modular evolution. Depends what you want to spend
  14. cjl2010

    Pennsylvania Bull

    @Mesabulls you were right!!
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