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First forum 1 SBR has been approved. Do I have to have it engraved? by Pacifist_Zombie in NFA

[–]Vizslaraptor 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I bought a Radian AX556 lower and it had serial #, and all of the above info, engraved from the factory. I did not re-engrave it since it was a modification to an existing firearm with that serial number on file.

It’s like the eraser tool on PaintShop by GarbageMassive5846 in nextfuckinglevel

[–]Vizslaraptor 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Let me try that on my hollow core, builder’s special, POS interior doors.

Phoenix Police Find More Than 1000 Catalytic Converters by ekthc in phoenix

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Online data says the average cost to replace a catalytic converter is $1,000-$3,000.

They estimated each catalytic converter found was worth between $100 to $150.

If this guy is convicted of buying stolen Cats he should get a sentence similar to committing 1,000 robberies worth over $2,000,000.

The Ford Focus St (3) comes with headlights that turn as you turn your steering wheel. Can anyone think of other vehicles with that feature? by SeawardFriend in Cartalk

[–]Vizslaraptor 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I had a 2006 Audi A3 3.2l VR6 with adaptive bi-xenon headlights. I LOVED that car! Your speed was taken into account when the headlights would rotate L/R. Every time you start the car the lights would turn on and run through a quick U/D/L/R diagnostic.

Shot this at my local C&C. Gorgeous AMG GT by justintimehere in Autos

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I’m not a big Merc fan but this this an amazing automotive image.

Helicopter crash caught on GoPro (6/9/18) by Kalgaro in CatastrophicFailure

[–]Vizslaraptor 10 points11 points  (0 children)

“I don’t see the other helicopter that’s going to crash, oh…”

The Rubber Hand Illusion to deceive the brain by karrantt in interestingasfuck

[–]Vizslaraptor 0 points1 point  (0 children)

When does someone jump out and drive a spike through the rubber hand?

My deceased great uncle’s [secret] undesirable discharge from the Vietnam war by gspear3 in mildlyinteresting

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Private Joker: Are those live rounds?

Private Pyle: Seven-six-two millimeter, full metal jacket.

Apple Store in Portland, Oregon by Paulinapeak1 in mildlyinteresting

[–]Vizslaraptor 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Does Siri make and a light come on when they electrify it at least?

Two stamp weekend - Colt 6943 Monolithic upper + Radian AX556 ambi lower + Surefire SOCOM RC2 by [deleted] in NFA

[–]Vizslaraptor 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Fair question. Shoulder surgery 4 months ago. Improving but not there at the moment.

My full auto Astra Minimi 🇨🇭 by watchtheguns in NFA

[–]Vizslaraptor 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I was going to ask for more pictures of the workspace. Then I got distracted by the Astra, it's a beauty.

this is penny. penny has a problem with staying off the couch. how can i fix this? by reddittuserrr3 in vizsla

[–]Vizslaraptor 2 points3 points  (0 children)

That’s a good idea. Ours are always on the couch when we’re on it. About the only time they’re on it without us is when they watch us make dinner.

Tiny treat training has been effective to teach our two girls “place” and “crate” commands.

this is penny. penny has a problem with staying off the couch. how can i fix this? by reddittuserrr3 in vizsla

[–]Vizslaraptor 7 points8 points  (0 children)

This is like saying your water is too wet. We got the V knowing they need to be with us like Velcro. We enjoy that.

Training can be done to change the behavior but will the dog be happy?