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Adjustable fire grill

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Seen a picture of one of these so we built one and it works pretty slick.

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Thats nice. Amazing how a demonstration can clear up my confusion! What do you use to raise it? Wire or cable or?
30/30 Winchester: Not accurate enough fer varmints, barely adequate for small deer; BUT In a 10" to 14" barrelled pistol; is good for moose/elk to 200 yards; ground squirrels to 300 metres

I dont call it a 45 long Colt for the same reason I dont call it a 45 short Auto!
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3leggedturtle wrote:
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Thats nice. Amazing how a demonstration can clear up my confusion! What do you use to raise it? Wire or cable or?
Thanks Todd, have garage door cable on it.
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I got a bunch of 1/8" stainless cable 4-6 feet long if you need some for any reason. Quality stuff meant for kayak rudder controls.
30/30 Winchester: Not accurate enough fer varmints, barely adequate for small deer; BUT In a 10" to 14" barrelled pistol; is good for moose/elk to 200 yards; ground squirrels to 300 metres

I dont call it a 45 long Colt for the same reason I dont call it a 45 short Auto!
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Thanks. :)
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Need a change of pace and get away and find a job and work til november. I'm also tired of hanging around this town. Im watching friends dogs till next friday so i got an extra week to pack and evaluate.
30/30 Winchester: Not accurate enough fer varmints, barely adequate for small deer; BUT In a 10" to 14" barrelled pistol; is good for moose/elk to 200 yards; ground squirrels to 300 metres

I dont call it a 45 long Colt for the same reason I dont call it a 45 short Auto!
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Best to ya Todd, safe travels.
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If you guys want really cool grills, a relative and great guy owns this place - https://fire-boulder.com/ - buy some boulder grills from him so he can buy more cool guns to bring over to my place and let me shoot them.... :mrgreen:

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AJMD429 wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 5:03 pm
If you guys want really cool grills, a relative and great guy owns this place - https://fire-boulder.com/ - buy some boulder grills from him so he can buy more cool guns to bring over to my place and let me shoot them.... :mrgreen:

Also landscaping stone and all sorts of stuff.
Thanks, we haven`t had a chance to try it out yet its been to hot but well soon. :lol:
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You could roast a whole flock of spatchcocked chickens on that thing, Lenn!
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Tried out the grill today, a little windy but worked good.

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Nice cool breezy day for it.
30/30 Winchester: Not accurate enough fer varmints, barely adequate for small deer; BUT In a 10" to 14" barrelled pistol; is good for moose/elk to 200 yards; ground squirrels to 300 metres

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That worked great, Lenn. Nice way to break in your grill.
Say, what's that structure to the left in the background? I had a dream about a little steam engine on a garden railroad last night, and that reminded me of it.
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Thanks fellers, Bill that`s the RR track we setup. :)
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Lenn, was thinking so. I miss your "steam period" terribly! 8)
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Nice grill Lenn. Too bad you don't have a piece of dead cow to go on it. It's almost 9:00 AM here and I'm heading out to get another new knee. I too remember the RR track fondly. That's a really nice 45 you posted. I just have one 1911 left. All others grew legs.

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Ron, you sure have my prayers friend. Knees are tougher than hips.
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Thanks Ron, prayers up buddy.
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Excellent idea and nice work!
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Thanks Kirk and good to see ya. :)
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Pitchy wrote:
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Thanks Kirk and good to see ya. :)
Thanks, Pitchy, I'd really enjoy spending more time on this forum, and maybe I can soon. I've just been so busy that I feel like someone pitched me into a clothes washer and put it on the 'spin cycle', high speed.
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I understand buddy i feel the same way.
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