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  1. If where you got the chair originally was also a...

    If where you got the chair originally was also a registered Medicare supplier, and you live in a Competitive Bidding Area, it's possible. Timing is also a factor. It's not common though, but...
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    I tell ya, the trigger on the CZ P10-C is...

    I tell ya, the trigger on the CZ P10-C is incredible. Breaks like a glass rod and resets incredibly short. The Walther PPQ is really good too. Other than those 2, yeah, striker fired handguns...
  3. Exactly. But the good folks up at Woodrow Wilson...

    Exactly. But the good folks up at Woodrow Wilson Rehab in VA would not do that. They were looking out more for Medicare's budget than my needs. I haven't been back since. (This caused s big...
  4. Nor will they reimburse for any accessories you...

    Nor will they reimburse for any accessories you might want at a later date. This even includes replacement cushions. I needed a new cushion a while back and was denied and denied again upon appeal,...
  5. I have an issue with my Icon footrest being too...

    I have an issue with my Icon footrest being too shallow as well. I added a layer of ABS that sticks out ~2" from the front and it works fine. It's only attached by heavy duty Velcro and it's never...
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    Galco isn't cheap but they're my shoulder holster...

    Galco isn't cheap but they're my shoulder holster of choice. I've carried an L Frame .357 with a 5" barrel in one of their vertical models without issue. I usually run their "Jackass" design, which...
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    Exactly. No way I'd accept this out of the...

    Exactly. No way I'd accept this out of the factory, or rig a fix.
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    Have someone loosen the footplate, while you're...

    Have someone loosen the footplate, while you're sitting in the chair, then re-tighten it. That can take up a little slack, but that looks like a TR, which shouldn't have much give in the down-tubes,...
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    Yep. Although the 5.11 stuff can read a bit...

    Yep. Although the 5.11 stuff can read a bit tacti-cool and scream GUN, sometimes. Not all their stuff does though. I used a concealment 'Fanny pack' for years and do like them. Got tired of it...
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    I read a couple contradictory requirements in...

    I read a couple contradictory requirements in this post, but I think I get what you're going for: A game gun that can double as an occasionally concealed carry. For games, I like big and heavy. ...
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    LOL!!!! edit: oh, sorry, I know how you feel...

    LOL!!!!

    edit: oh, sorry, I know how you feel about 'acronyms':

    Laughing Out Loud!!!!
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    You don't have one of these sitting around? ...

    You don't have one of these sitting around?

    http://www.dynamicfab.com/titanium-argon-welding-chamber/

    :)
  13. I dunno but glad to see your inclusion of a JB...

    I dunno but glad to see your inclusion of a JB Weld solution. I love that stuff. It's like The Force: It has a Light Side and a Dark Side and it holds the Universe together. That's what I would...
  14. Thread: D's Locks

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    Holy Hell!! I know where my next chair is coming...

    Holy Hell!! I know where my next chair is coming from....
  15. Thread: D's Locks

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    Under what user name? Didn't find them...

    Under what user name? Didn't find them...
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    It really depends on the typical surfaces you're...

    It really depends on the typical surfaces you're rolling on. I put a set on my "house" chair, which only sees hardwood floors, slate tile, and deck boards. They've been on since 2010. Still fine. ...
  17. Thread: D's Locks

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    That's all great to hear. I've met Steve a...

    That's all great to hear. I've met Steve a couple times (as my alter-ego DaleB) and he's always been just terrific. His custom suspension chairs are something to behold! I'm glad to hear they're...
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    Hmmmmm...I wonder where a I heard that...:)

    Hmmmmm...I wonder where a I heard that...:)
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    They probably are. Like I said, I've gotten 10...

    They probably are. Like I said, I've gotten 10 years out of one that shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The upholstery hasn't even sagged a bit (that carbon fiber racing sail cloth...
  20. Thread: Thc. Problems..

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    Yep. My neuro shoots through the roof for the...

    Yep. My neuro shoots through the roof for the first 30 minutes, or so.
  21. Thread: D's Locks

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    I emailed them a while ago, too, and never heard...

    I emailed them a while ago, too, and never heard back. I sure hope they're still being made. Steve Holub (the designer and original fabricator) was/is a nice guy.
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    Yep. The Rightrun Plus is a decent middle...

    Yep. The Rightrun Plus is a decent middle ground. Same puncture resistant layer as the Marathon Plus but with the Rightrun top tread layer instead of the thick (soft) Marathon tread.
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    Axles come in a variety of lengths in case you...

    Axles come in a variety of lengths in case you need longer. Sportaid also sells a universal spacer.
    https://www.sportaid.com/rear-wheel-axle-spacer.html
  24. Ahhhhhh...what a time to be a mouse. Must be...

    Ahhhhhh...what a time to be a mouse. Must be nice.
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    I meant the aluminum piece the steel camber plug...

    I meant the aluminum piece the steel camber plug is inside. If that is plug threaded into the 'receiver', like mine is, it can be removed and spaced out a bit easily with washers.
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