JBreese1

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About JBreese1

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  • Birthday 06/20/1961

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  • About Me:
    54 year old, married, 3 children.
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    fishing,shooting, firearm restorations
  • What I do for a living:
    defense contractor. fabricator, assembler. Some commercial sign and billboard work on the side.

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    Port Monmouth NJ
  1. Nothing red-neck about that. A trailer is a trailer. That's called ingenuity. Hats off to Red. Jim
  2. relative of yours?
  3. Dont think this was my first, But it was one of my earlier ones here on S.O.L. Jan 2001 Posted January 28, 2001 ยท Report post Hello fellow fishing fanatics. I see that we have a boaters forum and a kayaking forum. Does anone else fish from a PWC? I have a 16 Ft. fiberglass dory with a 20 HP tiller I have fished Raritan Bay with for years. For the past 4 years now I have been bit by the jet ski bug and decided to combine my 2 favorite water sports. The results have been great. For the past 2 seasons I have found myself doing more fishing from my PWC than the boat. I still get some very strange looks at the boat ramp when they see me launching my SKI complete with cooler rack and rocket launchers but the general open hatred that exists between PWC and boat owners seems to melt a little. The only other person I have ever seen fishing off a PWC is my brother-in-law,Who's PWC I set up for him. If there is any other PWC fisherpersons out there shoot me a reply and we can compare notes. Thank You Jim Breese
  4. Damn PaddyCrabby, That there is a lot of pain. I guess you do a lot of re-loading and shooting. Jim
  5. [Is that blood on floor, right in front of firing line?] Maybe, With 3 daughters you never know when you might need help disposing of a body. Jim
  6. FMTuna, I shoot a little . Here are a few shots from 2014. I have extensively added to my collection since then. I also shoot all of them. I don't buy to collect. The most fun has been collecting, building and shooting my WWII battle rifles. I am picking up another one tomorrow evening. My collection outgrew the stack-on gun locker I had, So I built a dedicated gun Safe room into my house. It is a large closet framed out 12" on center with a lolly column in both end walls. It is then sheathed with 3/4 plywood on the outside, screwed every 4" then covered by the sheetrock. The inside is sheathed with 3/4" pressboard and screwed every 4". The door is 2-1/2" solid oak with multiple deadbolts and welded hinges. It is temp and humidity controlled and has a dedicated alarm zone. I would like to think that it would take an awful long time to break in and by then the alarm should have done it's job. I still use the stack-on for some long arms, but I like the WOW factor when I open it up and the LED lights first come on. Jim
  7. Here is a copied post from March of 2015. As some of you may know I have been building a indoor shooting range in part of my basement. I built this with safety in mind first. The entire basement is below grade and built with concrete block. The wall behind the bullet traps is framed out with 2 X 6's 12" on center and sheathed with 3/4 plywood. The voids between the 2 X 6's are filled with sand. I wanted to make sure that if someone missed the centrifugal bullet traps there would be no chance of a ricochet. I intentionally fired a .22 and a .45 into it from various distances to make sure that the round would penetrate through the wood and die and not ricochet back towards the shooter or any other direction. The 2 centrifugal bullet traps are rated for up to a .44 Magnum at point blank range. They have a 12" X 12" throat opening and any round within the opening is safely decelerated and drops harmlessly into the 5 Gal. bucket. The traps are built on a trolleys that can be set anywhere from 10' from the firing line to 40' . I have the floor marked out in 5' increments. I installed an 1650 C.F.M. ventilation system that clears out all gun smoke instantly. The gas lines in the ceiling are covered with 3-1/2" X 3-1/2" X 3/8" steel angle iron. Regardless of the construction we only shoot when there is no one in the rooms above the range and in the room on the right side. It would have been extremely difficult to armor the entire ceiling and one side wall. All my utility's are in the section of ceiling between the drop ceiling and the sheet-rocked ceiling. There is still a lot of stuff in there that will be cleared out when I finally get to build my garage, [hopefully this summer]. I also still have a lot more soundproofing to put up, but it is surprisingly quiet. When you are standing right outside on the front porch, you cant even hear the .9 MM. being fired. Since completing the rear wall we decided to also set it up for archery. The center 4 feet of the wall has 8" of dense Styrofoam and then an Styrofoam archery target board attached. We have a cross bow pistol, compound bow and a long bow. We just wheel the bullet trap trolleys off to the sides. That gives the same 40' to practice. Let me tell you, EVEN AT THAT SHORT DISTANCE, THE 2 BOWS ARE A LOT HARDER TO GET GOOD GROUPS THAN ANY HANDGUN I OWN. The crossbow is deadly in my hands though. Here are some pic's The range The shooting stations. I also have a portable divider that can be put up when there are two shooters at once. One of the bullet trap trolleys. Jim
  8. christopherr, It's the typical Dem battle plan. Ask for 5, then settle for 10 like they compromised on something. All the while it is just chipping away our rights a little at a time. Has anyone thought that this is also a pre-emptive F/U to the federal Gov. If the concealed carry reciprocity law is passed on a federal level the pricks in this state can say [OK you can carry, but your firearm magazines must be Jersey compliant] F THEM ALL!!!!!!!!! jIM
  9. If my legally purchased 15 rd. mags are going to make me a felon, might as well go ALL IN. A 20 min. ride to PA for some 30's, 50's and 100's might be in order. Jim
  10. Hi all. I just got off the phone with Pete Hirsh's wife. 8 Ball [Pete Hirsh] is in the hospital not doing well. He was transferred from Hunterton Hospital to Hunterton Care center where they are keeping him heavily sedated. Pete is one of the nicest guys I know and one of the first S.O.L. members I met in person and developed a true friendship with. Please put him and his wife in your prayers. Thank You Jim
  11. Hi all. I just got off the phone with Pete Hirsh's wife. 8 Ball [Pete Hirsh] is in the hospital not doing well. He was transferred from Hunterton Hospital to Hunterton Care center where they are keeping him heavily sedated. Pete is one of the nicest guys I know and one of the first S.O.L. members I met in person and developed a true friendship with. Please put him and his wife in your prayers. Thank You Jim
  12. DOUCHMONKEY!!! That is all. Jim
  13. I think these Douchmonkeys will pass through the legislature a new magazine limit of 10 rounds and the new head douchmonkey will sign it. It is their typical plan of attack. Push for 5 round, then act like they are willing to compromise on a 10 round limit, like they are giving something up. F them. Jim
  14. Well, it finally arrived at my F.F.L. today. He will run my N.I.C.S. check and arrangements are made to pick it up Thurs. Gadwall8, It is another WW2 Battle rifle for my collection. An M-91/41 Carcano Fucile Modello 41, The most common Italian WW2 Battle rifle. [long rifle,not carbine]. It also comes with the original folding,later converted to fixed, Bayonet. Just a side note. Lee Harvey Oswald used a carcano M-91/38 Fucile to assasinate John F. Kennedy in 1963. Jim
  15. Well with U.S.P.S. closed for the holiday my gun is just sitting in Englishtown NJ. Hopefully it will be delivered tomorrow to my F.F.L. Eight days to go from Pennsylvania to NJ with about nine stops is ridiculous. Jim