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Tirefryr

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About Tirefryr

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    Scrawny Honky Productions
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  1. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I love how you mention safety. I thought this was going to be the hard part, but I think once they see what these things can do with their bare eyes, I think the point gets across right away.
  2. I hate to say it, but I don't think you'll find that answer here. Must of us that are left would never have the use, nor spend the money on a lithium battery.
  3. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I never even thought of shotguns as fun aside from blowing shit up. The redundancy of skeet and trap does not appeal to me, but the clays are a different game. I just hope I don't get too hooked because these guns get stupid expensive in a hurry.
  4. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    The Weatherby just came in too, so hopefully I can put some shells through it on Sunday. Going tomorrow to get a quote on some Cerakote on my 938, and check out a couple 1911s.
  5. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    So I'm really getting into these sporting clays here. They are super fun and intoxicating.
  6. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    DERP!
  7. Tirefryr

    Good 4 channels?

    So what I'm gathering is the DC looks cooler than the Kenwood? I mean obviously aesthetics play a huge role, so if you simply like one for it's looks and the specs are similar, by all means, go with the one you find more visually appealing. As for the crossovers, I would always choose active over passive if you have both available. Active is done electronically and often before the signal is amplified, so it tends to yield a "better" response. Passive, IMO, I would never mess with in-car because it's far too daunting, and just an art form that takes years to master and that mastery is lost in the automotive environment.
  8. Tirefryr

    The 7empest

    Nice to see you back! Do you still have a lot of Design Reference stuff?
  9. Tirefryr

    Good 4 channels?

    There's no such thing as a "competition" amp. It's just marketing jargon. There's not a soul on this forum that will suggest you buy anything from skar. Personally, I would have kept the Kenwood. Damn fine amp. There's nothing wrong with name brand big box stuff. In fact, it's more likely to have a higher resale value. If you mention the name Wolfram, or DC Audio, chances are you will find very few people whom have heard of them before. Not the same can be said for Kenwood. Just my $.02.
  10. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I do need to find a place that is high-velocity friendly though.
  11. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    If you're ever down here, we can go blow some shit up!
  12. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Yup, it's Gavin. He is on a skeet and trap club for the past two years. That's how I got interested in the sporting clays.
  13. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Ordered a nice Weatherby today. Gonna try my hand at sporting clays.
  14. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Anyone have a Purple Mattress?
  15. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I've driven several. They're not exciting by an means, but very utilitarian and economical. That's the entire point. I would not call my experiences with them awful by any means.
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