Well-Known RDP Prisoner Inmate #283
- Nov 8, 2007
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At the new Cal ranch.
Cal Ranch , wifey just bought 22 more new pets ( aka chicks ) we will have 40 chickens and we eat maybe 6 eggs a week , we will be getting 35+- eggs a day we just give The eggs away , cheap entertainment on the ranch
I suppose there's a fine line between it being considered a Bribe, vs a Thankyou gift ? Like timingWe love it ours and know everyone ( that helps ); we will take 5-6 pizzas just drop off it break-room it goes a mile we also do it for our Sheriffs we drop off like 10 -15 pizzas monthly and Sees candy boxes. If we go to St G we always pick up boxes of Sees candy and look for UHP or Sheriffs on the road on road home ( we run 87-90 mph ) go a head and pull us over we have a gift for you we do this monthly, clears our mind of the stupid shit going on .
Nope, most handguns were three to $500. The prices are really good at that store. A lot cheaper than the tractor store.Yesterday was grand opening so they were lines and lines of people buying guns and ammunition. Should they down by next week or after.Surprised they have so many guns on the rack
I'll have to make a trip to see what they have
Or are they covid priced?
The Bass Pro Shop in Vegas has the indoor ranges too. Maybe they all do?? I have spent easily 3 hours in there. The old lady ditches me and plays keno at the Silverton Attached casinoI love stores like that.!
If anyone gets a chance to visit the tri-cities area in washinton, you gotta go visit "Ranch and Home" in Kinnewick. their store is has everything!
50BMG. an inhouse archery range, guns, guns and guns,........... suppressors' are legal in washington. they've got all kinds of neat stuff.. I visit
everytime I get a chance to on a work visit!
Demand is high:They must have 20 safes here. Even under the bed ones. I signed up for the 6 o’clock drawing for one. I never win shit but I did sign up.
For the size of your garage you should just build a CMU “vault” with a 4’0 Timely steel door. Then put your safes inside that. Drywall the whole thing and your safe fire rating should hang on until the fire dept shows up.
Buy one of these and own it for life. Pass it down for generations. They are pricey but so is what you are locking up. Peace of mind is worth it.
I went into the Farmersville Feed and Hardware store last spring with my grandson, and they had three tubs of chicks in the front. We almost left with one, but I made him call his mom for permission.
Fire ratings are marketing in most safes. A couple layers of drywall isn't really going to do anything in a full on house fire.Be wary of fire ratings. There is no industry standard how each manufacture rates them. They’re all rated different by how the manufacture decides.