No issues at all. I walk from front to back and side to side with no problems. I stand most of the time when I fish, run the trolling motor, and I've never felt like it was tippy. Most of the time I also have a little girl bouncing around in the back.
the truck bed has rails on the sides and floor with movable tie down points, I plan to use these to secure the rack to the bed. as for the thieves :evil: , I always keep a close eye on my gear, and only stop at places that leave me a clear view of the vehicle and boat. I guess the chance is...
Took the day off from work today and built a rod rack for the back of my truck, now I can get seven foot rods in my five foot truck bed. I plan to add a strip of carpet along the top where the rods make contact with the PVC.
We spent seven hours on the water today in southern MN, I was cold all day. We put 6 bass in the boat with the biggest being 19", and one small pike.
Two of the four lakes were so low we couldn't get the boat off the trailer.
My boat goes to storage in the morning. :cry:
I've never paid much attention to people's opinions on firearms, most form their opinions without ever shooting the firearm. One of my two carry guns is a Taurus, another brand that get ran down all the time. My Taurus 24/7 Pro C has shot a few thousand rounds of ammo without any hiccups. My...
This was given to me last weekend by my Grandfather, he purchased it new for $13.00. It is a Remington 511P (peep sight), the code on the barrel says it was manufactured in July 1946.
In another 40 years it will belong to her.
The only .22 pistol I have is a S&W 22A.
It's heavy, ugly, and a Hi Point, but it should be a fun plinker. I hope to get to the range sometime this week.
I had the ATI holographic sight and laser in the safe, the carbine with forward grip and extra mag was $303.
Hi Point 995TSFG in 9mm.