What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

rc51stierhoff

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That are beautiful artisan craftsmanship. No question about it. I would most likely not carry it…that’s art. (Yes I know they do me no good in a safe…I would not want to damage the outer craftsmanship…that’s all). I would not be deserving of what the craftsman took from their soul and put into it. Would not be right for me.
 

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That are beautiful artisan craftsmanship. No question about it. I would most likely not carry it…that’s art. (Yes I know they do me no good in a safe…I would not want to damage the outer craftsmanship…that’s all). I would not be deserving of what the craftsman took from their soul and put into it. Would not be right for me.
I sent you a PM to show you what Hamilton did to my Redhawk and Super Redhawk. No rhinestones for me, just rugged, reliable, powerful, accurate revolvers for the trail.
 
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locked and loaded for tomorrow's festivities...

a 20 ft trailer gets really small with a landscape rake :(...

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17 yards of playground mulch went in the...playground... 22 yards of top soil across two spots to fix up.













was tempted to go for a dip, but I didnt want to get the machine all wet.
 
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We had a bridge on our farm property that had rotten decking plus the stringers were questionable. Thankfully my Son and two Grandsons own a construction company and have a mini-excavator,
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Beginning to pull the old decking off.
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We pulled the old decking off, removed the nails, and then used it to be able to cross the old bridge with the excavator.
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Then pushed the new stringers across.
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With both new stringers across, it is now digging time.
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Just measure and dig.
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With all of the stringers in place we can start decking.
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Dress the approach on each side.
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The only thing left to do tomorrow is pop a couple of lines and chainsaw trim the boards square.
 
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I bought a P90 in '92. It was my first centerfire semi-auto and it was junk to put it mildly. I traded it plus $300 or so for a new SIG P220 with Hogue grips. I still have the SIG. Ruger makes some great products and some not so great products but the P90 was never even a good product.
THAT …is what I wanted to know…. (To continue to try to make this P90 work properly…or to dump it.)

Thank you.c

The P345 has better reviews. Did that model resolve the problems?

(Since it uses the same mags…..and since I have a bunch of thoe mags… it may make sense to make a trade…)…??
 
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I had the P345 and put around 700 rounds of ball ammo through it before I sold it. It was a great gun I just get bored fast.
 

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THAT …is what I wanted to know…. (To continue to try to make this P90 work properly…or to dump it.)

Thank you.c

The P345 has better reviews. Did that model resolve the problems?

(Since it uses the same mags…..and since I have a bunch of thoe mags… it may make sense to make a trade…)…??
I would advise you to dump the P90 and every magazine that you have for it. There are numerous affordable and reliable choices these days, far better choices than "old" Ruger designs. It really is the golden age for pistols, and firearms in general.

This is the "what did you do on your Kubota today" thread so I'm going to quit with the gun talk. My apologies to anyone offended by a few of us drifting off into the weeds.
 
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Just greased mower deck and smoothed a couple bumps out of the new driveway stone. Crusher run has packed in real well. Very solid.

50 degrees this morning. Little chilly…. I know it’s really hot where many of you guys are.

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S-G-R

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Mowed some grass before the rain started and assembled my PHD stand. Overpriced but does make life easier.
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Today was Bush hogging day at the Cabin/farm property.
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The Cabin greeted us when we got there this morning.
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And then it was off to bush hogging the trails.
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Plus pushing the downed trees out of the way.
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There were 6-8 trees that had to be pushed.
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I was on the M4900 pulling a 3008 Bushhog cutter and Marty was on the old JD 1530 with a 6' cutter. We started early and cleared the 7 miles of trails before lunch. Another job getting ready for our traditional July 4th trail ride/scavenger hunt checked off.
 
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S-G-R

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The rain didnt last so I was able to mow the remaining 4 acres. Put the bucket back on with a receiver and moved the trailer.

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Baled 62 bales of hay with the L4060 and NH 273 haybine. At least now I know that once I get the weeds out and the right grasses fully established, I will be somewhere around 240 bales per cutting, thats good for ~ $1200 in hay.
 
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