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Old 06-23-2008, 02:46 PM
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Around here if it is after dark all you have to do is stick a flashlight in the end of a bale so you have a light on the back of the trailer
Trouble is, his route goes through 3-4 state capitals (Nashville?) and some more major cities - St Louis, KS, etc.

I doubt they still allow the flashlight trick.
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Huummmm, I had a vision of taking a chain saw and starting at the ridge line ....

I guess if I decide not to move the shed, Momma will tell me to get my Toyota T-100 fixed up ...

She's looking around for a .223, I think .. she likes the Ruger Mini-14 ... I have a Husquvarna .270 with iron sights which I have owned since I was in high school. .270 with Nosler 140 grain hollow points will work for anything I would want to eat.

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Husky makes nice tools.rifle, chainsaw, etc...mini-14's are nice, but accessories will eat you alive. (spare 20 round factory mags run $50 new)have her check out the savage/stevens bolt action rifles - they can be purchased "set up" for varminting for under $600 - scope and all.
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Husky makes nice tools.rifle, chainsaw, etc...mini-14's are nice, but accessories will eat you alive. (spare 20 round factory mags run $50 new)have her check out the savage/stevens bolt action rifles - they can be purchased "set up" for varminting for under $600 - scope and all.
Don't get caught hunting "Big Game" with a 20 round "loaded" clip or your in for a big $$$$ fine and trouble in most states . I think the max is 4 or 5 shells total .
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mini-14 comes with a 5 round "hunting" magazine.
acessories - such as the 20 round factory magazine for plinking are pricey.
sorry if i sounded like I was advocating using the 20 rounders for hunting.
the thought didn't actually occur to me since the .223 rem isn't legal for anything larger than coyote/feral dog in kansas. .243 is the minimum for deer and I'm not sure what elk requires.
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sorry if i sounded like I was advocating using the 20 rounders for hunting.
the thought didn't actually occur to me since the .223 rem isn't legal for anything larger than coyote/feral dog in kansas. .243 is the minimum for deer and I'm not sure what elk requires.

I never thought that at all . Just something triggered my old brain and I thought I would mention it .
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cool.
is a good reminder.
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Sooooo.... what happened?
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Sooooo.... what happened?

Sushi, the guy has not been back since the day after he started the thread. That is what happened.
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Default Re: Moving a 12'x30' Workshop Building x-country

After reading all the other suggestions I gotta say that California hit the nail right on the head. Pull all your improvements from the basic shed and redo when you get there.

I do however like the challenge of moving it, but wouldn't do it.

Good luck, ABTW, if you decide to move it, when you come thru KS Eric and I will meet you for lunch. OK with you Eric? Your pretty close to I-70, and I'm not that far.

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Sushi, the guy has not been back since the day after he started the thread. That is what happened.

He must be busy getting ready for the move ..........

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....or moving!
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After reading all the other suggestions I gotta say that California hit the nail right on the head. Pull all your improvements from the basic shed and redo when you get there.

I do however like the challenge of moving it, but wouldn't do it.

Good luck, ABTW, if you decide to move it, when you come thru KS Eric and I will meet you for lunch. OK with you Eric? Your pretty close to I-70, and I'm not that far.

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One point that was mentioned was the permitting process for moving. Some states rob and rape you for the overwidth permits. They they route you so far out of line with your path of travel that you put on a ridiculous number if extra miles.
For the length of move he was contemplating, I'm thinking the extra expense would have put a healthy dent in the cost of a shop building on the new home site.
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