Discussion in 'General Chat' started by F.L.A.S.H, Dec 10, 2010.
Machinast which comes in handy when working with firearms.
This thread has been dead for a bit and we have a fair number of new folks.
So add on, or read and see what the old farts do!
Retired mining engineer...
Now own a gun shop in Cape Town.
Back in the 60-70s some of my best friends were Chemical Salesman
Driving ships, for the last 16 years the big white ones.
Are you Captain Stubing?
Real estate developer, mostly hotels.
Working on my eBay store of used ball point pens.
Social Studies and English teacher at a small Christian school - over 20 years. One trip to RSA - can't wait to get back. Story is on AH.
Same same, but very different. They were a bit before my time though.
I just reread this entire thread just for kicks. Surprising how many of us old farts are ex military or law enforcement or both and still play with guns. All in all, we are a very diverse group with some amazing jobs. I think it's great that we can share our experiences and services. Keep the work in the family, so to speak.
I went on my first plains game hunt in April and caught the usual flak from the bambis when I got home. Kind of shut them up when I told them I am not a killer, I am a Purveyor of Fresh Meat to the Local Population. Most of them understood better when I explained the situation of the native people. I plan to continue that service next year when I return for a buff hunt (hopefully).
Electrical engineering technologist/power systems electrician. Working as a site supervisor for a high voltage construction/commissioning company.
After 13 years, I have lost interest in the trade, deciding if a new direction is in order. Preferably on a beach!
I own a broadhead company, practice law and book hunts....everything im interetsed in.
currently a firefighter/emt. retired from the air force after 21 years. i like my current job better.
School Librarian ...no lie
Retired in 1999 from manufacturing engineering and program management. Most of my career I designed tools of some kind or another from simple holding/assembly fixtures to automated machines and HASS fixturing.
I'd like to add just a word of thanks to all you military veterans, firemen and police officers for keeping us free and safe to do our jobs!
Design Engineer in the telecommunications industry. I work for that company whose logo looks like the deathstar. Been in the business for 30 years next year.
Supply Chain though and I moved from Atlanta to Dallas at the end of March.
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