show off your christmas pictures and presents

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    dustin_P74

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    so i think the title says it all, everyone show off there pictures and presents from christmas this year
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    NDB got me a ring and necklace from Tiffany's. He said he'd been saving up his pennies for a while, I thought that was really sweet. And he got me this thing to put my laptop on when I'm sitting in bed using it.
     
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    bigploch Fan of Water

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    Got loot to buy fishes YESSSSSS! A couple books for the newb reefer. Clothes. An autographed picture of the best tackle in football John Ogden. Derrick Mason jersey.

    Dustin...you got?
     
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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    I got a 60gal air compressor and a nice package of pneumatic tools, pops gave me a bill to buy fish stuff with. Still have to do Christmas with my brother, sister and mom. That is either New Years Eve or Day.
     
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    SSalty Team Liquid Force

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    My dad took care of my transmission that went out 3 days ago in my 2003 Silverado SS. It required a total rebuild and I added some shift kit goodies. I thought it was generous.
     
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    Rcpilot

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    My wife got me a new airplane engine and some pistachio nuts. The engine was new, she never bought me anything for my airplanes before. The pistachios are a tradition. She's been getting them for me for almost 10yrs now. I love 'em.

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    jcegt87 Dude Dude DUDE!!!!!!

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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    Juan that is a great gift coming from an ex! You give very nice gifts as well.

    @RCPilot what cc motor is that? Ive been looking into getting into the hobby for a couple of years but Im content to keep crashing on my RC flight sim. If I get the landings down on that then I will actually invenst in plane of my own. Im looking into getting a Great Planes PT-40 when I get to that point.
     
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    jcegt87 Dude Dude DUDE!!!!!!

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    thanks and heck i was shocked sheeven gave me something dont get me wrong were in great terms but WOW
     
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    Rcpilot

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    Ryan,
    It's 15cc.

    Forget about landing with a simulator. It's almost impossible to learn how to land with a simulator. You don't have enough peripheral vision to see it in time to set it up and land it. Trust me, I know. I've been flying for 10yrs and instructing new pilots for 8yrs. Best way to learn how to land is get a real plane and join a club. Get into their flight instruction program or find somebody willing to fly you on a buddy box. If you can fly on the sim, you can land in less than 1 gallon of fuel with a real one. Easy.

    The PT-40 is a good plane. But consider a PT-60 or a Sig LT-40 instead. Bigger planes fly a LOT more stable and are much easier to see in the air. Cost difference is about $100 for the bigger plane and bigger engine. Servos are servos at this stage of the hobby. DO NOT get a RTF setup. Get an ARF and buy your own engine. Have somebody help you assemble it.
     
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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    Going to start a new thread so this one doesnt get all mucked up.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    My 18 year old got a new Weatherby Vanguard in 300 Winmag.
    9 year old got a .45 Hawkens muzzleloader with a custom made Jr stock
    4 year old daughter got a big log cabin doll house
    wife got new electric griddle
    and I got a new custom saddle,bridle,and saddle blanket.
    Then the kids will get more sunday from my parents.
     
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    yote can you donate to the give dustin money so he can buy his first gun on his 18th birthday
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Depends on what kind of gun Dustins looking at what kind of training classes he's going to take:Cheers:
     
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    daugherty part time reefer

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    hows your son lioke the hawken. i have the 50 cal hawken and it came with a 55 cal barrel and the 50.
     
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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    Sweet! Between my inlaws and my father I got 200 bucks to be used towards the tank! The brother-in-law who is a giant overgrown kid was in awe when he stopped at the LFS to get my gift certificates hes talking about setting up a tank now, if Ill help him.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    He's loving it.And I've got to say,its probably THE best shooting side hammer I've ever shot.I believe it'd stack em if you was shooting out of a vise.It'll out shoot my old Lyman .54 hands down.
    I'm gonna take him hunting with it tomorrow.
     
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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    Whack em and Stack em boys!
     
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    daugherty part time reefer

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    i like the hawkin 50 very accurate for a blackpowder
     
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    daugherty part time reefer

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    andi have a army colt 45 replica that is a sweet shooter
     
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