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zackcarp

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About zackcarp

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    Sierra Vista, AZ
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    Anything outdoors and family.

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  1. zackcarp

    Impact Wrench recommendations?

    At work there were guys changing tires with impact and not snugging up the lugs with the tire iron, those tires fell off. I always tighten with lug wrench after the impact to be sure.
  2. zackcarp

    Impact Wrench recommendations?

    I run all Dewalt 20V. Works for drills, Sawzall, impact, chainsaw. Their chainsaw is super light and works well when packing our llamas or cutting trees out of the roads on the spring bear and turkey hunts. The ½" impact has worked well on all the truck and trailer tires.
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    Tisas 1911 w/ action job $550

    I used one if these in a 1911 competition once. It competed great with the high dallor guns. Good gun.
  4. zackcarp

    Azgfd fall regs

    Bet they saw this thread and were like, "Great, CWT is on to us again. Put em up!"
  5. zackcarp

    Scammer johnson55

    I wonder if its the same dude just creating new profiles every time he get deleted. Haha.
  6. zackcarp

    New Mexico Antelope 2022

    Nice job!
  7. zackcarp

    Vortex Razor Spotter 22-48X65mm

    Dang, this is a steal.
  8. zackcarp

    Whitetail processing

    That big bite grinder is amazing. We just bought a bandsaw, now we are completely set up with everything we need.
  9. zackcarp

    Got the call from game and fish

    I can PM you Oz
  10. zackcarp

    Elk Processing from MIllers 6-8 Weeks

    I grew up in the meat business. A lot of the old processors are no more. There are a lot of politics involved between packing houses and Millers was always the worst. They did manage to gain a monopoly on the cooler trailers in the high country, which has severely back logged their process. The reality is, politics, labor shortages, and government regulations have strangled many small guys trying to start up. I recommend asking around your community, and you'll usually find a guy willing to do it. Now days, its easy to be a backyard butcher.
  11. zackcarp

    Coues with a Pistol

    And a nice one at that! Great job.
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