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Metalcasting Foundry

2013.11.27 08:01 verdatum Metalcasting Foundry

A place for the discussion of all manner of metal casting and foundry work, whether in the backyard or on a commercial scale.

2016.11.23 21:03 MrGruntsworthy For 3D Printers, Desktop CNC Machines, Woodworking, Metal Casting, etc

A subreddit dedicated to the small-scale, commercial or non-commercial production of things using 3D printers, desktop CNC machines, woodworking, metal casting, and other sorts of backyard or basement based creation of items for self use or sale.

2023.06.04 23:37 Fun_Leadership3963 Which sluice box setup would be better?

The sluicebox I have is a Stansport sluice that came with carpet, expanded metal and riffles (held down by a wing nut in the middle of the sluice). I recently just bought some unbacked miners moss in hopes to put ontop of the carpet, but the bolt I need to secure the wing nut to is too short to accommodate the miners moss. I can run Moss, Expanded, Riffles. (No Carpet) Or Carpet, Moss, Riffles (No Expanded) Or Carpet, Moss, Expanded (No Riffles) Or just forget the moss and run it as it came.
The bolt was riveted into the sluice so I'm not too keen on popping it out and trying to replace it, but if needed I am willing to do so.
I've seen people run all of those different setups, but I was hoping for your opinions on which would be my best option.
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2023.06.04 23:35 searching-Zoe 23F looking for new music, serious and animation recommendations.

Hello everyone, am looking for new music to get into and crime solving series. Please kindly mention what you personally like and I will check it out from any genre, country and language e. g Arabic, French, German, South African, Spanish. Would love all genres j-pop, k-pop, metal, rock, rap, afro beats, classical list it.
For series I love detective series watched criminal minds, Jonathan Creek, forever, bones, the mentalist, psych(hated it) , dexter, blacklist. Would also love comedy and sci-fi.
Any cool animations that you think most people haven't watched.
Thank you all who will take time to read this and suggest. Feel free to comment or send a chat request.
Have a lovely day
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2023.06.04 23:35 gicarey Anycubic ABS Like (Clear) vs Anycubic Water Washable (Grey)

TL;DR: Switched resins out today (first time) with a not-ideal result. Looking for someone to confirm/refute my suspicions as to why.
Hi Folks -
Been printing a couple of weeks now, about 2/3 of the way through first bottle of Water Washable resin, and have gotten the settings & process down. Build plate removal isn't overly difficult, as before the curing station, the resin still has a reasonable amount of flex to it (this vanishes in the curing station & the piece becomes harder & more brittle).
Ordered a bottle of Anycubic ABS Like in clear, as I have a few things i think clear would work well for, and interested to see the physical properties of the IPA-washed ABS like resins, to see whether or not it's worth switching more generally.
First run I tried a couple of graph-stencils (printed a few for the kids in Water Washable but found it too easily broken to be worth putting in their pencil cases), ran the same settings as Water Washable (30s base layers, 2.5s other layers; 0.05mm layers). They're "print on the build plate" items.

Where the water washable variants "popped right off", the ABS Like were absolutely welded to the plate, and the resin was a little yellowed, getting the metal scraper underneath was a real mission, and both the stencils on the build plate shattered when I finally did so.

My assumptions, which I'm hoping someone with more experience can confirm/deny:
1] The clear resin allows more UV light to permeate to already cured layers, thus those first few layers are getting really baked on, and are effectively fully cured at time of removal.
2] This is probably made even worse by the fact that the model is effectively identical every layer, barring a few fillets in the top layer.
3] The yellowing, is as a result of over-curing - which should be taken into account for any clear display models.

If I'm right resolution will be lower exposure times, particularly bottom layer and particularly when building directly on the plate. First job next time I get a chance though should be some calibration items.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts!
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2023.06.04 23:35 Blueorb95 2nd base in rosewood

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2023.06.04 23:33 pingudicenootnoot Is this a switch loop? Safe to stay as-is or time to call an electrician?

Hi all, this is a follow up to my post from yesterday. After removing a fluorescent lighting fixture I found there was no junction box and no clear way to install an old work one to the solid wood.
Im thinking that rather than trying to cut through solid wood, the best best course of action will be to surface mount a pancake box to the wood and house the wires there.
But I’m seeing more wires than I expected too - luckily I took some pictures before removing the original fixture. There was a black wire connected to a white wire which based on my googling seems to be a switch loop - is this correct? To be safe I’m keeping the breaker switch flipped.
I still have these two together with some electrical tape around them and a cap. This leaves a black, a white, and a ground which is what I imagine my fixture will connect to.
Should I throw in the towel and call and electrician to be safe?
Included pictures before removing the fixture and as the wires are now. Thank you for any help!
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2023.06.04 23:33 billions_of_stars 8mm metal rod into an 8mm ball bearing that isn't fitting?

Hi all -
I've now purchased several different 8mm metal rods from Amazon and I can't for the life of me get them into various 8mm openings. I realize the tolerances aren't perfect on these things but wondering what my best approach here might be? I don't have a metal shop to shave down these things though I could do it crudely with a Dremel. Prefer not to do that due to how imperfect I would probably make it.
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2023.06.04 23:32 steadyfaded Birthday present from my father. No idea how old but still dead stock. I plan on using it when I get my barbering license

Birthday present from my father. No idea how old but still dead stock. I plan on using it when I get my barbering license submitted by steadyfaded to rawdenim [link] [comments]

2023.06.04 23:31 pascalsgirlfriend How long does rice stay good

My brother bought rice in 2011 and it's being stored in plastic tubs in the garage. It is unopened and is in sealed bags with a metallic appearance. How long is it good for?
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2023.06.04 23:30 flowersoflesh My (18F) Mom (38F) Thinks She’s Being Gangstalked.

TLDR: My (18F) mom (38F) believes she’s being gang stalked by a variety of people for no apparent reason. She took my little sister (5F) and moved into her sisters house because my dad (40M) doesn’t believe her. We have cameras and Ive never seen anyone on them, despite what she says, and I don’t believe she’s being stalked. Her family believes her though, and I feel like the situation is escalating. I don’t know how to help her, if she’s actually being stalked, or how to even handle this situation.
This is the first post I’ve done like this so excuse the writing and formatting. I can’t talk to anyone except my dad about this so I’m coming here half to vent and half for advice.
My mom already has some mental issues and she is or was on medication. Nothing like schizophrenia though. As of a month ago she moved out of the house, taking my five year old sister, and moving into her sisters house. I didn’t know at first why, but it’s because she believes multiple people are stalking her.
First, she told me her phone was hacked and someone was taking over her accounts. I believed her, because it was plausible. I never saw any of it but she was in tears over it so I gave her my old phone. Then she started changing her number and alternating between three phones.
Next, she came to me one night and asked if I had seen or heard anything the previous nights. Things like car doors, people talking, my dad leaving, etc. I told her no, because I’m usually awake late into the night and never hear anything. She seemed to think my dad was collaborating with someone and leaving with someone. I thought at first she was worried about cheating, but that wasn’t the case.
It all spiraled when she showed me footage from the cameras of someone parking in the lot by our house and “walking towards our house.” We live by a little business type thing. Also nothing happened, and the figure was walking away from their car.
My dad bought the cameras, trying to ease her worries by buying a security system, but now she believes he is in on it because he doesn’t believe her (because there’s nothing on the cameras). She says she sees people (including our neighbor) in our backyard and cars circling our house.
As far as I’m aware, there aren’t people in our yard. We have cameras that record and save footage. There is never anything of concern on there. Yet when I brought this up to my grandma (her mother), she says my mom has screenshots and pictures of the people in our backyard? But I’ve never seen them myself.
Anyway, I’m posting this because today I accidentally met up with her. My grandma ended up picking her up from a McDonalds because she said people followed her there. She was in tears saying all she wanted was to get my little sister food but instead she was followed.
She said something about the people inside being bystanders, so I think she might’ve said something to someone inside. I’m nervous she’s accusing innocent people of stalking her. She already yelled at my neighbor telling him “he knew what he did” and it was really embarrassing.
So anyway, she left her car there and is letting it get towed while my dad is away on a trip. Because she thinks they did something to her car and she’s scared to drive it. And my grandma sees no problem with her thinking this.
I tried at first to believe her, but none of this seems plausible. I’m really concerned because it seems like her side of the family believes her and is supporting the things she’s doing. She has my five year old sister with her and just said recently that she’s going to find somewhere else to stay. Meaning she’s going to take my sister and probably cut contact with me, my dad, and my other sister (14) because we won’t feed into this behavior.
I don’t know what to do. I feel bad for not believing her because her family believes her, but I really think this is a mental issue. I’m scared for her safety and for my little sisters safety. I don’t want her to move away from family because I doubt moving will “stop the stalking.” She also isn’t going to work because of this so I don’t know how she’s going to support herself and my little sister.
I feel helpless and I feel bad for both of my sisters. I also don’t know how to help her because when I express my concerns to family they brush it off, and of course Im not going to say anything to her because she’s already pissed because I won’t come stay with her and because I don’t believe her.
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2023.06.04 23:30 khoafraelich789 Driven: 2023 Chevrolet Colorado Proves Mid-Size Trucks Don’t Have To Suck

Driven: 2023 Chevrolet Colorado Proves Mid-Size Trucks Don’t Have To Suck
The redesigned Colorado combines a good ride with a nicer interior as well as an all-new turbo engine

Trucks are as American as apple pie, but most of the attention has been focused on the full-size segment. It’s been that way for decades, but smaller trucks have finally stepped into the spotlight.

The Ford Maverick and Hyundai Santa Cruz revived the long dormant compact segment, while 2023 is shaping up to be the year of the mid-size truck thanks to new entries from Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, and Toyota. That’s a ton of new blood and we haven’t even mentioned the Jeep Gladiator and Nissan Frontier, which are still relatively fresh.

We’re kicking the year off with the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado, which features a fantastic new design, an upgraded interior, and an all-new turbocharged 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine. However, the biggest news might be value as the truck starts at $29,200 and you can get one with four-wheel drive, adaptive cruise control, a bed liner, and a ton of safety features for under $37,000.

A Sporty And Stylish Design

While there’s a lot going on, there’s no better place to start than styling because designers knocked it out of the park. The model has “big truck energy” and sports an all-new design that echoes the Silverado. However, this is no scaled down copy as the Colorado has a more youthful and athletic appearance, which combines sharp lines with subtle curves.

The resulting design is great and the Colorado is arguably better looking than its larger counterpart. That’s high praise and each trim has a slightly different aesthetic. The entry-level WT is the most basic of the bunch as it sports black components and 17-inch steel wheels. This look is shared with the all-new Colorado Trail Boss, which builds on the WT but adopts a 2-inch (51 mm) lift, a wider front track, and 18-inch aluminum wheels wrapped in 32-inch all-terrain tires.

The Colorado LT is more traditional as it wears body-color components and 17-inch aluminum wheels, while the Z71 combines creature comforts with moderate amounts of off-road capability.

The news isn’t all good as the Colorado is offered exclusively in a crew cab configuration with a 5’ 2” bed. This is a bit of a disappointment as the outgoing model offered extended and crew cab configurations as well as a larger 6’2” bed.

That being said, the redesigned Colorado has a few tricks up its sleeve and one of the most interesting ideas is a lockable, watertight compartment that is integrated into the tailgate. With the tailgate down, you push two levers aside to gain access to a compartment that measures 45 inches (1,143 mm) wide and 4 inches (102 mm) deep. It can be a bit tricky to open, but there’s a decent amount of space and owners could easily stash tow straps and other off-road equipment there.

While the compartment is a little gimmicky, it’s hard to argue with eight standard tie-downs, integrated motorcycle tire grooves, and an available 110-volt power outlet in the bed. The tailgate can also be positioned midway down to aid in transporting longer items, while a dampened EZ-lift and lower tailgate is also available.

An Interior That Doesn’t Scream Cheap

Mid-size trucks are far more affordable than their larger counterparts and this cut-rate pricing is often reflected in the interior. However, the Colorado bucks this trend as drivers will find a significantly improved cabin with better equipment.

The changes are immediately apparent as driver sit behind a chunky steering wheel and find themselves looking at an all-new 8-inch digital instrument cluster. It comes standard and features an assortment of informative displays including an off-road focused setup, which shows pitch and roll as well as the steering angle and current transfer case setting.

Speaking of screens, there’s an 11.3-inch infotainment system with Google integration as well as wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It’s a massive improvement over the old 7- and 8-inch displays, and the system is fast, responsive, and largely intuitive. That being said, we did experience a few hiccups including an instance where music was blasting at startup and the system initially refused to respond to attempts to lower the volume or mute.

Putting the screens aside, the cabin sports a modern design with classy switchgear, gloss black trim, and metallic accents. The amenities vary by trim and things are pretty basic in the WT and Trail Boss. It’s not bad by any stretch of the imagination, but the models eschew a lot of the bright work, padding, and details that make higher-end variants look and feel special. It’s also worth mentioning that, regardless of which trim you get, black plastic is abound and it’s of the hard variety.

Despite being a rough and tumble pickup, the Colorado can dust off its cowboy boots for a night on the town. In particular, the model can be equipped with two-tone heated and ventilated leather front seats as well as a heated steering wheel. While it’s not as fancy as the upcoming GMC Canyon Denali, it’s pretty darn nice for a mid-size truck.

Speaking of the seats, the front chairs are perfectly comfortable and spacious while also offering a good amount of support. Furthermore, the entry-level WT doesn’t cheapen out too much, although a front center console is an optional extra.

The rear seats are less impressive as they’re not terribly spacious. While there’s a good amount of headroom, legroom is limited as occupants will find a mere 34.7 inches (881 mm) of space and that’s 1.1 inches (28 mm) less than last year’s crew cab pickup. The experience reminded me of the compact Maverick and Santa Cruz, which actually have more rear seat legroom on paper. That being said, the seats seem to be competitive for the segment, although not as generous as those found in the Gladiator.

A Turbo Four With V8 Levels Of Torque

The streamlining continues under the hood as the Colorado’s engine lineup shrinks from three to one. As a result, every single model is equipped with a turbocharged 2.7-liter four-cylinder.

The engine has been powering the Silverado for years and it’s available in three different outputs. The entry-level variant produces 237 hp (177 kW / 240 PS) and 259 lb-ft (351 Nm) of torque, which is a sizable improvement over the old 2.5-liter four-cylinder that developed 200 hp (149 kW / 203 PS) and 191 lb-ft (258 Nm).

The entry-level engine comes standard in the WT and LT, and offers respectable performance. There’s plenty of power for cruising around town, although we wished for a little extra oomph when it came to merging onto the highway.

The mid-level engine comes standard in the Trail Boss and Z71, where it produces 310 hp (231 kW / 314 PS) and 390 lb-ft (528 Nm) of torque. Customers can also opt for a high-output version that develops 310 hp (231 kW / 314 PS) and 430 lb-ft (582 Nm) of torque. The latter figure is insane as the engine has more torque than the 5.0-liter V8 in the Ford F-150. It also bests the Silverado’s 5.3-liter V8 by 47 lb-ft (64 Nm), despite having half the number of cylinders.

The high-output engine comes standard in the range-topping Colorado ZR2, but Trail Boss and Z71 customers can order a high-output calibration for an additional $395. That seems pretty reasonable as it delivers an extra 40 lb-ft (54 Nm) of torque, which will be appreciated if you tow on a regular basis.

While the base engine is fine, the upgraded versions transform the truck from good to great. As you’d expect, responsiveness improves significantly and there’s plenty of power throughout the band. Chevrolet hasn’t released detailed performance specifications, but officials we spoke to said all three versions of the engine enable the truck to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in less than seven seconds.

Speaking of the engine, it seems relatively refined and engineers told us it was “designed like a diesel.” As a result, it sports a rigid cylinder block casting, a fully forged bottom end, and a stiff crankshaft – among other things. While that’s just scratching the surface, the engine has been subjected to countless torture tests and was designed to withstand years of heavy use.

The engine is connected to a capable eight-speed automatic transmission, which worked well on- and off-road as shifts were perfectly timed and well executed. Rear-wheel drive comes standard on the WT and LT, but the rest of the lineup has four-wheel drive.

EPA ratings haven’t been released, but the Colorado has an engine start/stop system and active fuel management technology. As a result, we can expect the truck to surpass the Silverado’s rating of 19 mpg city, 22 mpg highway, and 20 mpg combined. It’s also worth mentioning that all of the engines run on regular gasoline, even the high-output variant.

A Capable Truck That Doesn’t Ride Rough

One of the most surprising things about the 2023 Colorado is how well it drives. Body-on-frame trucks aren’t typically known for their refinement, but Chevy’s entry exceeded our expectations.

While the ride can get a little bumpy on rough roads, it’s not uncomfortable and can best be described as truck-like. However, those incidents were few and far between as things settle down significantly on smooth roads and the Colorado proved to be a comfortable highway cruiser, despite having a solid rear axle and leaf springs.

The good news doesn’t end there as handling is good for a body-on-frame pickup. Cornering was secure and predictable without any hints of drama until the truck was pushed hard. The experience can also be somewhat entertaining on the right road, although you’ll want to keep your expectations in check.

Given this is a truck, it’s not surprising to learn the steering is a little heavy and slow. We didn’t have any problems with the heft, but we wish the truck offered a sport mode with a more direct response as traversing twisty mountain roads required an almost comical amount of turning.

Speaking of driving modes, the Colorado offers Normal, Tow/Haul, Off-Road, Terrain, and Baja settings. Terrain mode might be the most notable as it was designed for low-speed rock crawling and it enables you to travel at a leisurely pace with subtle throttle responses.

The truck also offers a cool off-road performance display as well as up to 10 different camera views including underneath the truck. Speaking of off-road goodies, the Z71 and Trail Boss come standard with a limited-slip differential and hill descent control. The Trail Boss is also notable for featuring the aforementioned lift and wider stance.

Back on pavement, wind noise can be pronounced at highway speed, but otherwise the truck is fairly quiet. The model also sports an impressive amount of standard safety equipment including Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Alert, Front Pedestrian Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, and IntelliBeam automatic high-beams.

Customers looking for more safety tech will find an assortment of affordable packages that offer Adaptive Cruise Control, Rear Park Assist, and Rear-Cross Traffic Braking. They’re joined by Blind Zone Steering Assist, Rear Pedestrian Alert, and an HD Surround Vision system.

Colorado owners like to tow and most versions of the truck have a maximum towing capacity of 7,700 lbs (3,493 kg). This bests the Frontier, Ranger, and Tacoma while also matching the mightiest Gladiator.

Sticking with towing, customers can get a package that adds a receiver as well as an automatic locking rear differential, an integrated trailer brake controller, and a trailering app on the infotainment system. We’d also be remiss to mention the truck has a maximum payload capacity of up to 1,684 lbs (764 kg).

Mid-Size No Longer Means Half As Good

Mid-size trucks have often felt like half-hearted efforts, but that’s clearly not the case with the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado. Designers and engineers poured blood, sweat, and tears into the model and the end result is truly impressive as it looks great, drives well, and features an impressive new engine.

On top of that, the Colorado boasts a significantly improved interior, more upscale equipment, and a new Trail Boss trim that should appeal to off-roaders on a budget. Speaking of which, Chevy managed to keep pricing affordable and this means you can get a nice truck for around $42,000.

While there are a few tradeoffs, the Colorado is a solid pickup and the one to beat. Of course, there’s no shortage of challengers on the horizon and we’ll learn more about them in the coming months.

Source: carscoops
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2023.06.04 23:30 LightheartOfficial Endless Run (Ends June 7th)

Endless Run (Ends June 7th)
Test your skills in the ultimate Mr Autofire challenge, our Endless Run event. Choose your top five Heroes to face the heat, and see how high you can climb on the leaderboards. Rewards will be given to our top Gunslingers.
Tip 1: Equip the Gemini Laser to double your damage. (Newly buffed, the Gemini Laser brings to the battle a two-blast approach, with a current running between the two shots for extra damage. The weapon is currently available in the Battle Pass.)
Tip 2: Search for extra Coins and increase your attack speed by an extra 50% with the Metal Detector.
Ends Wednesday, June 7th at 8am UTC.
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2023.06.04 23:29 Vegetable_Pen_658 Best heavy beads?

I'm still kinda new at this, but the beads are a life saver for my anxiety and ADHD, problem is that my girlfriend misplaced them while we were at the lake, so I plan to take this opportunity to get new beads, I like heavy ones that are metal does anyone have a recommendation?
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2023.06.04 23:29 _Triple_ [STORE] 900+ KNIVES/GLOVES/SKINS, 50.000$+ INVENTORY. M9 Fade, M4 Poseidon, BFK Freehand, Crimson Kimono, Nomad Fade, Skeleton, Kara Lore, Bayo Autotronic, AWP Fade, Kara Damas, BFK Ultra, Kara Freehand, Kara Bright, M9 Damas, Omega, Tiger Strike, Flip MF, Bayo Tiger, Deagle Blaze, Talon & More

Everything in my inventory is up for trade. The most valuable items are listed here, the rest you can find in My Inventory

Feel free to Add Me or even better send a Trade Offer. Open for any suggestions: upgrades, downgrades / knives, gloves, skins / stickers, patterns, floats.

All Buyouts are listed in cash value.


★ Butterfly Knife Freehand FN #1, B/O: $2500

★ Butterfly Knife Ultraviolet FT, B/O: $822

★ Butterfly Knife Scorched FT, B/O: $616

★ Bayonet Tiger Tooth MW #1, B/O: $1300

★ Bayonet Autotronic FN, B/O: $1050

★ Bayonet Tiger Tooth MW, B/O: $629

★ Bayonet Bright Water FT, B/O: $326

★ Bayonet Safari Mesh BS, B/O: $233

★ Karambit Lore FT, B/O: $1110

★ Karambit Damascus Steel FT, B/O: $840

★ Karambit Freehand MW, B/O: $784

★ Karambit Bright Water MW, B/O: $759

★ M9 Bayonet Fade FN, B/O: $1801

★ M9 Bayonet Fade FN, B/O: $1801

★ M9 Bayonet Damascus Steel FN, B/O: $751

★ Nomad Knife Fade FN, B/O: $1156

★ Nomad Knife Slaughter MW, B/O: $544

★ Nomad Knife Blue Steel WW, B/O: $318

★ Flip Knife Marble Fade FN, B/O: $646

★ Flip Knife Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $574

★ Flip Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) MW, B/O: $552

★ Flip Knife Case Hardened FT, B/O: $257

★ Flip Knife Freehand FT, B/O: $255

★ StatTrak™ Flip Knife Bright Water FN, B/O: $287

★ Huntsman Knife Lore FN, B/O: $461

★ Huntsman Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $436

★ Huntsman Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN, B/O: $353

★ Huntsman Knife Autotronic FT, B/O: $212

★ Huntsman Knife Bright Water FT, B/O: $129

★ Huntsman Knife Forest DDPAT MW, B/O: $129

★ Huntsman Knife Forest DDPAT BS, B/O: $123

★ StatTrak™ Huntsman Knife Rust Coat BS, B/O: $127

★ Bowie Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 2) FN, B/O: $375

★ Bowie Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN, B/O: $363

★ Bowie Knife Tiger Tooth FN, B/O: $269

★ Bowie Knife Crimson Web WW, B/O: $192

★ Bowie Knife Bright Water FN, B/O: $159

★ Bowie Knife Ultraviolet FT, B/O: $126

★ Stiletto Knife Slaughter FN, B/O: $616

★ Stiletto Knife Crimson Web FT, B/O: $412

★ StatTrak™ Stiletto Knife Night Stripe FT, B/O: $227

★ Falchion Knife Lore FT, B/O: $214

★ Falchion Knife Autotronic FT, B/O: $192

★ Falchion Knife Scorched WW, B/O: $105

★ Survival Knife Crimson Web BS, B/O: $216

★ Survival Knife Case Hardened FT, B/O: $198

★ Survival Knife Scorched FT, B/O: $111

★ Shadow Daggers Fade FN, B/O: $368

★ Shadow Daggers Doppler (Phase 3) FN, B/O: $228

★ Shadow Daggers, B/O: $201

★ Shadow Daggers Damascus Steel FT, B/O: $108

★ Shadow Daggers Ultraviolet FT, B/O: $105

★ Shadow Daggers Black Laminate FT, B/O: $99

★ Shadow Daggers Forest DDPAT FT, B/O: $85

★ Gut Knife Doppler (Sapphire) MW #1, B/O: $1700

★ Gut Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN, B/O: $223

★ Gut Knife Marble Fade FN, B/O: $203

★ Gut Knife Doppler (Phase 2) FN, B/O: $191

★ Gut Knife Case Hardened BS, B/O: $127

★ Navaja Knife Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $199

★ Navaja Knife Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $199

★ Navaja Knife, B/O: $138

★ Navaja Knife Damascus Steel FN, B/O: $111

★ Classic Knife Urban Masked FT, B/O: $146

★ StatTrak™ Classic Knife Stained BS, B/O: $168

★ Ursus Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN, B/O: $476

★ Ursus Knife, B/O: $375

★ Skeleton Knife, B/O: $1137

★ Talon Knife, B/O: $608

★ Paracord Knife, B/O: $305

★ Survival Knife Forest DDPAT FT, B/O: $97


★ Moto Gloves Transport MW, B/O: $204

★ Moto Gloves Polygon BS, B/O: $142

★ Moto Gloves Blood Pressure BS, B/O: $84

★ Moto Gloves Blood Pressure BS, B/O: $84

★ Moto Gloves 3rd Commando Company BS, B/O: $63

★ Moto Gloves 3rd Commando Company BS, B/O: $63

★ Specialist Gloves Crimson Kimono WW, B/O: $1215

★ Specialist Gloves Tiger Strike FT, B/O: $672

★ Specialist Gloves Lt. Commander FT, B/O: $305

★ Specialist Gloves Lt. Commander BS, B/O: $140

★ Specialist Gloves Crimson Web BS, B/O: $137

★ Specialist Gloves Buckshot FT, B/O: $75

★ Driver Gloves Crimson Weave FT, B/O: $359

★ Driver Gloves Imperial Plaid BS, B/O: $229

★ Driver Gloves Overtake BS, B/O: $77

★ Driver Gloves Racing Green FT, B/O: $48

★ Sport Gloves Omega FT, B/O: $739

★ Sport Gloves Amphibious BS #2, B/O: $733

★ Sport Gloves Arid BS, B/O: $292

★ Hand Wraps Giraffe MW, B/O: $212

★ Hand Wraps Leather FT, B/O: $160

★ Hand Wraps Desert Shamagh MW, B/O: $101

★ Broken Fang Gloves Yellow-banded MW, B/O: $185

★ Broken Fang Gloves Needle Point FT, B/O: $67

★ Broken Fang Gloves Needle Point WW, B/O: $59

★ Hydra Gloves Case Hardened BS, B/O: $65

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StatTrak™ AK-47 Aquamarine Revenge FT, B/O: $72

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2023.06.04 23:27 thrrrowwwawayyy222 Best trigger and metal grip upgrade for XC?

I’m looking to upgrade the trigger & grip in the XC. For trigger what would you guys recommend between an Atlas or Infinity trigger?
For grip I see that Vulcan machine works provides a hand fitting Aluminum grip service but I also see that infinity sells grips? Anybody running either of those or what would you guys recommend I go with?
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2023.06.04 23:26 coffeelover0314 Flooding/ drainage issues

I really just need advice to see if our property is a “loss cause or not.”
So little back story.. we bought our house in 2020. First time home buyers. New construction. Didn’t see any real issues with drainage. Everything was dried, no rain in the months that we looked at house or closed on it. Before we closed there were some issues that I NOW see as red flags:
  1. Backyard had to have extra loads of dirt to be built up. It also had to be graded down for drainage to flow off the grass. This was all so the inspection could pass and septic to be put in.
  2. The house was already built with a cement driveway when the home builder was told to build up the backyard.
  3. Our house is the lowest on the street and is also even with the street.
  4. We are the only house with a ditch and culvert that works.
  5. Driveway slants down to the house from the street.
The real issue came when it started raining like crazy. (We live in TX where you can get 5-8 inches on a whim). There is an empty lot that is to the right of us and apparently it keeps and holds water most of the year. (Which we didn’t know). When it rains the empty lot fills up and then pours onto our lot from the side. This causes water to sit on the slab of our house. Which also creates a River that flows around the backside/frontside of our house onto both porches. (We have flooded once already in the 3 years we have been here and have come close to flooding again 4x already).
The front ditch fills with water and overflows onto our yard, flowerbed, porch, garage, and also onto the road.
We have already gotten the county commissioner, the county engineer, the home builder’s VP altogether to hopefully come up with a solution because we cannot live like this. They came out to the property and just argued over who said what and no one ended up taking ownership of building on this terrible lot. The county is small and they don’t want to be involved either. So we are a family with two young kids who can’t even use our yard or home for that matter. To make matters worse the home builder company had their attorney send the county a letter stating that they had no knowledge of any drainage issue before building.
We don’t have a lot of money to retain a lawyer and even if we did, I can’t find one that specializes in what we need.
Also, I can’t get a civil engineer to even call me back to see if our property can be helped.
It’s just so upsetting. I will attach photos so you can get an idea of this horrible living situation we have been dealt.
Note to add: we love our house but we have to constantly worry when it rains. Our yard is terrible with holes everywhere because of the constant water, and you can imagine the insects that we have with standing water next door. ( the next door property does dry out but maybe once a year now).
Any advice is helpful with who I can potentially reach out to. Thank you.
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2023.06.04 23:24 KillYourOwnGod Looking for atmospheric black metal bands with really good production and mixing

Ideally, something along this style, but with better mixing. I wanna get into black metal and specifically, atmospheric black metal, but I'm normally put off by how bad some of the mixes are.
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2023.06.04 23:20 MusicEoo About 20min/week for the past 5 years I search for broken shards of glass in my backyard left behind by the previous owner

About 20min/week for the past 5 years I search for broken shards of glass in my backyard left behind by the previous owner submitted by MusicEoo to mildlyinfuriating [link] [comments]

2023.06.04 23:20 searching-Zoe 23F looking for new music.

Hello everyone, am looking for new music to get into and crime solving series. Please kindly mention what you personally like and I will check it out from any genre, country and language e. g Arabic, French, German, South African, Spanish. Would love all genres j-pop, k-pop, metal, rock, rap, afro beats, classical list it.
For series I love detective series watched criminal minds, Jonathan Creek, forever, bones, the mentalist, psych(hated it) , dexter, blacklist. Would also love comedy and sci-fi.
Any cool animations that you think most people haven't watched.
Thank you all who will take time to read this and suggest. Feel free to comment or send a chat request.
Have a lovely day
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2023.06.04 23:19 BFMV4Ever Metal elitists are the worst

Metal elitists are the worst
Got this response when I mentioned I listen to Five Finger Death Punch.
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2023.06.04 23:17 ultrasicario Hey guys 👋 Quick poll below about power swords! What colour do you think looks best for BA? I normally go for bloody, metal weapons but want to try something new! I'm leaning toward emerald green....

View Poll
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2023.06.04 23:17 JakeWollf My Metal Saga characters Tier List (not including Shogun Steel). i included basically all the characters from the trilogy, even those that were relevant for like 1 or 2 episodes. thoughts?

My Metal Saga characters Tier List (not including Shogun Steel). i included basically all the characters from the trilogy, even those that were relevant for like 1 or 2 episodes. thoughts? submitted by JakeWollf to BeybladeMetal [link] [comments]

2023.06.04 23:15 oni-dokeshi Starting an army

Hello everyone
I'm starting a new elder army. I've come from CSM but it's just a different world and it's rekking my mind trying to figure out how everything works. I joined in for the jetbikes cuz I think they look fantastic and by the rules that I've been seeing, I think I'm gonna go with some guardians and wraithguards for the extra dice. I have a combat patrol, an extra guardians unit and a farseer skyrunner. If someone can answer 1 or more questions, I'd really appreciate.
1- I've seen jetbikes are awfully expensive. Is the combat patrol worth it still just for them? How about their gameplay, what's their plan?
2- Extra vehicles? Or are they too expensive point-wise for what they do?
3- are there any other units I should keep an eye cuz they run well with what the bikes do? (Idk how to explain, but in CSM I like to take flamers and artillery to soften the units and take a heavy hitter that will run to their face and kill them. The heavy hitter will draw the attention so they won't shoot the artillery/flamers so it won't kill them instantly. Is there any interaction like that with the bikes?)
4- what would a bike army be like in 9th? So I can keep an eye out on them for 10th
5- some units I couldn't find like the HQ for each aspect warriors. Are they old school metal or are they just kit bashed from their base unit?
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