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Down Range Cafe / Range Carts
« Last post by alfsauve on Today at 02:19:01 PM »
Years ago I build my own with plywood.  Skeletonized but still heavy.  Came with a seat.  Then I got the Leaf and the CRV and it didn't fit and I went with the foldup canvas wagon.  I see a lot of different carts out there.     Got asking around and who knew but the Ultimate Frisbee and the Cornhole people have the solution. Who'd thunk the latest greatest thing'd come from Frisbee people.

Zuca (sands the diacritic's) is the maker of these super carts. 
But then Dynamic Discs company, who make 100 different variations of Frisbees, OEMs the Zuca cart frame and makes specialty carts just for Ultimate Frisbee.
(You know just like many would be amazed at all that goes on in the shooting world every weekend, I'm just awed, yes I said "awed", with all the activity in these sports.)

BUT WAIT.  THERE's MORE.

S3 Range Carts also OEMs the frames and outfits them specifically for the shooting sports.  Mainly for the action pistol ones; IDPA, USPSA, ICORE, SCSA etc.

It's a lot like my old wooden one only so much better.  This solves so many issues I'm having right now, that the wagon isn't helping with.  Built in seating. A place to clamp an umbrella. A tray.  Bottle holders.   I was able to OEM a Transit model, 24" wide with big wheels, at almost half what the others charge.  Now I'm staring out the window waiting for the Wells Fargo Wagon.   I should be able to get it configured out by Sunday in time to take it to World Speed Shoot on Wednesday.  My Midway Bag is perfectly sized to fit the frame.  I'll just need a seat cushion and clamp on my umbrella pipe.

https://zuca.com/products/transit-disc-golf-cart-old-glory
https://www.dynamicdiscs.com/collections/disc-golf-carts
https://www.s3rangecarts.com/products/the-pistol-range-cart?variant=47958441263391

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Politics & RKBA / Re: NRA Annual Meeting - May 2024
« Last post by alfsauve on Today at 09:13:10 AM »
Yada yada yada.   Watched the first minute.  God save me from talking heads.   43 minutes of blah blah blah for maybe 2 minutes of hard facts on the NRA.  I'll try to watch minute 2.

A short concise WRITTEN article would go a long way to help us poor serfs out hear in the hinterlands understand who the players are and what happened at the meeting.  As I understand it Pincus said something good, Buzz is a good guy and is now on the board, or maybe he holds some exec position and????



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Chicken pot pie for lunch yesterday and leftover Salisbury steak (from previous night) made a couple of sandwiches for supper last night.

Oatmeal pie for today's breakfast.
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Politics & RKBA / Re: NRA Annual Meeting - May 2024
« Last post by PegLeg45 on Today at 08:35:13 AM »
The video at this link is a fair point of view for how many regular members feel. The first twenty minutes are Roy Huntington, Brent Wheat and Tom McHale talking about the 'election' and the fact that the NRA is so broke they might not make payroll in the near future.

https://gunsmagazine.com/videos/guncrank-live/the-nra-not-relevant-anymore/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTEAAR3M8wAVS7-ijNRJpUCY-cWl_Ee3QXjwBDz_H0aSBZckkI9fXh1Zh2sfqUg_aem_AQkXRKPxeLMNXEKYu_gDD80_T_qS2OawRj7jD9DK_Inz9ICI68juYAOEZCB3eovJNtcNn_VdjyUKjGdnPAuPI22B

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I ate a whole pound of onion rings dipped in regular ketchup mixed with hot and spicy ketchup. I think I'm about to slip into a food coma. I was already getting tired a few hours after I got up today, but now, fuhgeddaboudit.
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Politics & RKBA / Re: NRA Annual Meeting - May 2024
« Last post by Diamondback on May 22, 2024, 04:26:42 PM »
Win on the reformers, loss on derailing Barr. At least we got Mills for First VP, so a reformer is next in line unless they try this year's shenanigans again.
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Reloading / Re: Latest 3D printer SIEVE project
« Last post by alfsauve on May 22, 2024, 01:07:58 PM »
Ask about the magazine helper for the Ruger MK nn series?

The one on the mag actually holds the follower down and is from HKS.   I copied it and added a key-ring hole.   It's my favorite.    HKS has them in varying sizes for the popular .22lt pistols.

The others are from ThingVerse, I made them sturdier (thicker). They just save your thumb.  I carry a bag of these and give out to shooters at Steel Challenge. 

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I had fish and chips, and a caramel shake for breakfast, and a leftover Mexicali burger for lunch. Unlike most places, they gave me more than enough tarter sauce for my cod, but I got an extra chipotle tarter sauce to dip all of my fries in. I didn't use any ketchup until now when I ate a bit plate full of tater puffs with Heinz tomato blood.

Tater tots are grated potatoes formed into small cylinders and deep-fried, often served as a side dish. The name "tater tot" is a registered trademark of the American frozen food company Ore-Ida, but is often used as a generic term. "Tater" is short for potato. Ore-Ida also markets a coin-shaped version called "Crispy Crowns".

Tater tots were invented in 1953 when American frozen food company Ore-Ida founders F. Nephi Grigg, Golden Grigg, and Ross Erin Butler Sr. were trying to figure out what to do with leftover slivers of cut-up potatoes. They chopped up the slivers, added flour and seasoning, then pushed the mash through holes and sliced off pieces of the extruded mixture. The product was first offered commercially in stores in 1956.

The name "Tater Tot" is a registered trademark of Ore-Ida—which has been a subsidiary of Heinz since 1965—but has become so widely associated with the dish that it is often used as a generic term. "Tater" is short for potato. The name "Tater Tot" was created in the 1950s, and soon trademarked by a member of the Ore-Ida company's research committee who used a thesaurus to come up with an alliterative name.

Originally, the product was very inexpensive; according to advertising lectures at Iowa State University, people did not buy it at first because there was no perceived value. When the price was raised, people began buying it. Today, Americans consume approximately 70 million pounds of Tater Tots, or 3,710,000,000 Tots per year.


Tater Tots sounds better than Tater Scraps which is what they really are. I thought about sprinkling a little Cajun seasoning on them and may do that whenever I finish the bag.
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Cooking & Recipes / Re: What's the last thing you ate or are currently eating?
« Last post by Rastus on May 21, 2024, 09:24:04 PM »
Tuna mixed with mayo, onions and dill pickles.
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Politics & RKBA / Re: NRA Annual Meeting - May 2024
« Last post by Majer on May 21, 2024, 09:05:54 PM »
Alf, the signs were marked 1A,1B, 2A & 2B, to identify who they were calling on to speak? ask questions.
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