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  1. On occasion a Kodiak would break into a house even when occupied. Dog doors have been used for this purpose on more than one occasion. The CG base had big fellow go through a slider glass door but the gal escaped through an upstairs window to the neighbors. Meanwhile her English Bull dog chased the the bear out of the house. We keep a tight ship and never had a problem when camping in our 5th wheel. That said have seen many cabins, houses, barns, chicken and other out building broken into. More often in late summer and fall when our rivers are full of salmon they stay in closer. The bor
  2. The bill is H.R. 647. It's status is 'introduced' and has 9 cosponsors. Later, J https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/647?s=2&r=1
  3. Thanks, I guess my senior moment just came later than I thought. Later, J
  4. Senior moment. The proposal is a change is to state not federal law. Later, J
  5. Couple comments. 1) Bills introduced expire at the end of each session of Congress and must be reintroduced in the new session (unless passed). 2) The intent of my post was simply to spread the word to those people likely to be effected so that they could contact their representatives and express their opinion on the bill. 3) The bill proposes a change in federal not state law. 4) I for one will not be contacting my representative regarding erectile dysfunction or incontinence for that matter. I will however let them know I oppose this bill, and ask that they do too.
  6. Restricting the purchase of all firearms to residents of a state will impact many living the fulltime lifestyle. This restriction is already in place for handguns but this bill would expand the provision to all firearms. Later, J https://bearingarms.com/cam-e/2021/02/03/co-congressman-bill-banning-gun-sales-to-non-residents/
  7. We have the version of Sleek 4G with a switch to select between ATT or Verizon. It is connected to a newer Wilson Trucker antenna and works well.
  8. During my Arctic Engineering course the professor had video from the Alaska pipeline construction where ice was being melted with a propane weed-burner and each time the flame started getting low the burner would be directed at the bottle to get it going again. No kidding. Later, J
  9. We used hay bales as both skirting and insulation, and added a few heat-lamps borrowed from our bird's roost shelter and nothing froze up. That said, hay is not a good combination with a propane fired furnace so you might consider making a shelter for the furnace and ducting some heat to where it is needed. Later, J
  10. When our forward unit exhibited these symptoms it turned out the motor just needed to be lubed. Later, J
  11. Darn good idea Richard. The only spot I could access our black tank valve when I replaced it and was directly under it. So I put a towel over my face to catch any surprises I might have missed and peeked around it. Your method would have helped. Later, J
  12. The only thing wrong with jury rigging is it works. Later, J
  13. Believing this subject impacts many full-timer's I thought pointing the thread back toward the OP's topic may provide good information. With that in mind I cut and pasted the below from the frequently asked questions area of the ATF website. Answers about as many questions as it generates. Later, J May a person who resides in one State and owns property in another State purchase a firearm in either State? If a person maintains a home in 2 States and resides in both States for certain periods of the year, he or she may, during the period of time the person actually resi
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