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About rustychev

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    Robert Olson

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  1. rustychev

    Are all lubricants created equal?

    You keep coming back to this surgical emergency I would consider it a emergency any time ANY chemical was injected into a human body that was not intended for that purpose. It also dose not say that if you get any "in" you it an emergency. In fact what it says under first aid is "INGESTION, First aid is normally not required. Seek medical attention if discomfort occurs." You are absolutely spreading misinformation by only cherry picking part of the information. Better not use break free CLP the following is form the break free CLP MSDS · Exposure controls · Engineering measures Provide adequate ventilation. · Personal protective equipment: · General protective and hygienic measures: Avoid close or long term contact with the skin. Avoid contact with the eyes. Keep away from foodstuffs, beverages and feed. Wash hands before breaks and at the end of work. · Engineering controls: Provide adequate ventilation. · Breathing equipment: Not required under normal conditions of use. Use suitable respiratory protective device in case of insufficient ventilation. Use suitable respiratory protective device when high concentrations are present. · Protection of hands: Rubber gloves The glove material has to be impermeable and resistant to the product/ the substance/ the preparation. Selection of the glove material on consideration of the penetration times, rates of diffusion and the degradation Sensibilization by the components in the glove materials is possible.
  2. rustychev

    Are all lubricants created equal?

    That is not what the mobil 1 MSDS says not even close. They do say avoid contact with used oil. The part in red is sort of true but applies to high presser injection not getting some on a cut. What is dose say about getting one your hands is "No protection is ordinarily required under normal conditions of use." and clean up for your skin is soap and water. POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS Low order of toxicity. Excessive exposure may result in eye, skin, or respiratory irritation. High-pressure injection under skin may cause serious damage. Strait for the MSDS NFPA Hazard ID: Health: 0 Flammability: 1 Reactivity: 0 HMIS Hazard ID: Health: 0 Flammability: 1 Reactivity: 0 SECTION 4 FIRST AID MEASURES INHALATION Remove from further exposure. For those providing assistance, avoid exposure to yourself or others. If respiratory irritation, dizziness, nausea, or unconsciousness occurs, seek immediate medical assistance. If breathing has stopped, assist ventilation with a mechanical device or use mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. SKIN CONTACT Wash contact areas with soap and water. If product is injected into or under the skin, or into any part of the body, regardless of the appearance of the wound or its size, the individual should be evaluated immediately by a physician as a surgical emergency. Even though initial symptoms from high pressure injection may be minimal or absent, early surgical treatment within the first few hours may significantly reduce the ultimate extent of injury. EYE CONTACT Flush thoroughly with water. If irritation occurs, get medical assistance. INGESTION First aid is normally not required. Seek medical attention if discomfort occurs. Please dont spread miss information because you dont like something. Having said all that used motor oil out of your car that thats a different story.
  3. rustychev

    Single Stack mag pouches

    I think you will be happy with them they are what I have used for both my 9mm, 40 and 45 1911 mags and all fit well.
  4. So Im planing my major matches for the year and so far my plans are Area 3, Great Plains Sectional, and Iowa Sectional. The MN and WI sectionals are both in driving distance from me in SE South Dakota. I have never been to either one. Only have the time and funds to do one. I have family in the Minneapolis area so that could save a hotel room but that is not a major consideration. So Im looking for input on the two matches. You can only shoot one witch one are you going to shoot this year. Also a important consideration is I have a local level 1 match that I do the registration for and RO at that both weekends on Sunday so I would need to shoot on Saturday with staff and then drive back. Thoughts?
  5. rustychev

    Club taxes

    We are on rental terms with our range. They dont love us but also dont hate us and wont give us the boot because our per head fee brings in about 25% of the cash flow they get for the year but we are on our own past that relationship. We are now looking for form a non profit of our own.
  6. rustychev

    Club taxes

    When you say we are you talking the USPSA club or the host range as well?
  7. rustychev

    Club taxes

    The range we shoot matches at has not affiliation with us past the 10.00 per head we pay them for the use of the range. That is why we have not gone down that path.
  8. rustychev

    Club taxes

    How is everyone's club handling income from entry fees and taxes. After reading the latest front sight my MD has gotten a little worried. Up to this point we have done a all cash operation and he uses a separate checking account for the money but it is tied to his SSN and a credit card. We have no tax lic and are not paying tax. This is what had kept us from taking online payment. Is everyone running a LLC? I dont what to have a business in my name for liability reasons. A 501c3 looks like a lot of work. We only net a few hundred a year after rang fees and targets and steel. So paying tax would not be the end of the world.
  9. rustychev PCC muzzle

    After reading this. What it all comes down to for me is I dont like having a gun, handgun or rifle pointed at me. Is a PCC that has been shown to be clear and then hammer down and flagged more or less safe than a PCC in a bag when someone just walks on the range and no one other than the shooter has seen it be clear? I would say the shown clear and flagged gun is safer BUT it still looks bad to have that broomstick pointed at a person to someone who dose not know how it was cleared and by this I mean saw it being done not just how the rules say it is to be done. That is why I think the rules are written as they are. Not for what is truly safest but what looks and FEELS safe.
  10. Dark angel medical has some good training if your close to one of the class date http://darkangelmedical.com/training/ I carry the DARK kit on my uspsa belt. Its costs a bit but with a little training or knowledge it has everything you need for a gun shot wound until the ambulance gets there. It is not a first aid kit no band aids or aspirin. I have that stuff in my range bag.
  11. rustychev

    Most reliable 1911 single stack?

    Im shooting a sig max in 9mm and have been very happy with it with the exception that the slide stop did not play well with my dawson mags. The follower would over run the stop. Put in a EGW slide stop and now all is well.
  12. rustychev

    pcc starts

    This is why I use the same two start positions all the time. Both feet in or out of the shooting area with thumbs touching forhead or bill of hat. PCC both feet in or out of the shooting area facing down range butt of gun touching belt. Only thing that changes is feet in or out of the shooting area. Lets the shooter start mostly as they please and eliminates most of the your not in the right spot facing the right way. Hopefully making life easy for the shooter and RO.
  13. rustychev PCC muzzle

    The comment was in reference to bagging a handgun at a safe area but after going back and reading my comment I can see how that is not clear. Poor wording on my part. I would just like someone bagging into the berm to have the same ammo rules as someone at a safe table.
  14. rustychev PCC muzzle

    I would say same as safe table but how far around the guy bagging a PCC?
  15. rustychev PCC muzzle

    Per the rule book no. In reality you sure can. I will admit I was very anti PCC when they first started showing up at matches, now OK what ever makes you happy. Just follow the rules. I would like to see the bagging done at a safe table but I understand why that my not be piratical given a range lay out. I sent 2 people home last year for messing with the red dot into the side berm and Im sure I will again this year. the exemption to the rule seams to make some people think they are good to go as long as the face the berm. I also dont like that no rule exists that forbids them from having ammo out or in a hand during the bagging. If I bag my hand gun with live ammo in my hand Im going home.