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  • Bench pressed on Monday, Pecs still sore, should I bench today (Wed)?

    I did my upper body workout on Monday. Today (wed) my pectorals are still a little sore. Should I lift tonight or am I being counterproductive for building mass?

    2 AnswersDiet & Fitness9 years ago
  • What do you do when the toms stop gobbling?

    This happens everytime I'm turkey hunting. I get out real early and the toms are responding to my calls, then about 9am they stop gobbling. I know people kill turkeys after that time, even in the afternoon. What do you do? Keep making hen noises?

    5 AnswersHunting10 years ago
  • How come the Neg S&P outlook on US debt is being completely ignored?

    Seriously. I have been working in the US bond market for almost 20 years. This is unprecedented and potentially cataclysmic. Yet, Treasury bond prices are actually going up and the stock market is still relatively unscathed. What is your theory?

    3 AnswersInvesting10 years ago
  • Have you heard about the Remington .223 Ammo recall?

    Check your lot numbers: http://www.remington.com/~/media/Files/Safety/Remi...

    DO NOT USE REMINGTON .223 62 GR (MATCH) HOLLOW POINT AMMUNITION WITH LOT NOS. H03RAI, H04RDI, H16NAI OR H17NDI

    Remington has determined that four (4) Lot Numbers of its .223 Remington 62 Gr Hollow Point (Match) Ammunition may have been improperly loaded. The four (4) Lot Numbers are identified above. Improper loading may cause a malfunction of the cartridge when the firearm is fired resulting in higher than normal pressures. This malfunction may result in damage to the firearm, serious personal injury or death.

    DO NOT USE REMINGTON .223 62 GR (MATCH) HOLLOW POINT AMMUNITION WITH LOT NOS. H03RAI, H04RDI, H16NAI OR H17NDI

    To identify if you have one of these Lots of ammunition:

    • If you have a case of .223 Remington 62 Gr Hollow Point (Match) Ammunition the Lot Number is

    stenciled on the outside of the case; and,

    • If you have a box of .223 Remington 62 Gr Hollow Point (Match) Ammunition the Lot Number is

    stamped on the inside flap of the box.

    If you have any of this .223 Remington 62 Gr Hollow Point (Match) Ammunition, as identified above,

    immediately discontinue use of this ammunition and contact Remington at the below telephone number.

    Remington will arrange for the return shipment of your ammunition and upon receipt will send you

    replacement ammunition at no cost to you. If you are unsure whether or not you have one or more of these Lots of ammunition or if you have mixed boxes of ammunition; please immediately discontinue the use of the ammunition and contact Remington at the below telephone number – we will replace this ammunition for you.

    For any consumer questions or instructions on how to return of your .223 Remington 62 Gr Hollow Point (Match) Ammunition with one of the following Lot Numbers H03RAI, H04RDI, H16NAI OR H17NDI, please contact the Remington Consumer Service Department at 1-800-243-9700, Prompt #4.

    The only Remington .223 Remington 62 Gr Hollow Point (Match) Ammunition affected by this recall has one of the following Lot Numbers H03RAI, H04RDI, H16NAI OR H17NDI . No other Lots or

    ammunition is affected.

    9 AnswersHunting10 years ago
  • Have you heard about the Remington shotgun recall?

    If you own a Remngton Versamax. Don't shoot it.

    Call Remington and get it fixed. 1-800-243-9700, Prompt #4. Remington will arrange for the return shipment of your Versa Max shotgun.

    http://www.remington.com/pages/news-and-resources/...

    9 AnswersHunting10 years ago
  • Have you heard about the Federal 45acp ammo recall?

    Check your ammo before shooting!

    http://www.mnguntalk.com/download/file.php?id=6510...

    If you have some, don't return it to the store. Call the number on the flyer and Federal will send you replacements and pay shipping for you to return yours.

    (Yes this is repeat, but it can't be said enough. Be safe.)

    7 AnswersHunting10 years ago
  • Who has the lowest cost stripped AR lower right now?

    I remember they were $50 not that long ago. Cheapest I can find is $80.

    3 AnswersHunting1 decade ago
  • What guns do you resolve to purchase in the New Year?

    The guns I want I just don't have the cash for at the moment.

    I would like to buy another 1911 since it is the 100th anniversary. Not sure which one yet. Something like a Mil-spec though probably.

    I am also thinking I want a Colt 1908.

    21 AnswersHunting1 decade ago
  • What books do you recommend to learn about Islam?

    I don't want to read a bunch of booga booga theo-con crap about the coming dhimmitude.

    I want real information that actually explains the difference between Shia and Sunni, Sufi and Druze, etc.

    15 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Male Rock Star with a woman's name?

    I am trying to remember the name of a male rock star from the 80's who had a woman's name. No it wasn't Alice Cooper.

    4 AnswersRock and Pop1 decade ago
  • Which gun for a raffle?

    My parish wants to have a gun for a raffle prize this Fall.

    I've already got most of the mechanics figured out, but what I am sort of in the dark about is which gun to use for the prize. Odds are also pretty good whichever dealer I use will allow the winner to apply the prize value towards a different gun if they don't like the one we used for the prize.

    One philosophy is to get something that a guy would not get for himself otherwise, but his wife would let him drop $20 on a ticket because it's for a good cause. Now this also has the possible dimension of being a guy who owns no guns at all, but wants to get started.

    I'm also a little cautious about going too high-end, because there's a chance we might not sell enough tickets to cover the cost.

    What ideas do you guys have?

    11 AnswersHunting1 decade ago
  • Who shot up Michael Corelone's bedroom in Godfather II?

    Which family boss was responsible?

    2 AnswersMovies1 decade ago