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Discussion in 'Turkey Hunting' started by jackie53, Apr 14, 2018.
you mean y’all don’t use the dummy tapes
Me and a guy at work were measuring something one day and i did my side then he did his. I asked what he set his side on and he said seven thirds I just looked at him and he stood there looking back and finally said "what" I said show me where that mark is on the tape.
I was taught the WAG theory.!on measuring TUKEY beards and spurs.Did not know you really measured them.In the Ozarks they are shorter because of the Rocky terrain they. Live in.
Ask the question to learn from you Pro.Tukey Hunters.Not sure I did.Lol.Thanks have enjoyed.Even laughed.See ya on the Water!
Between six thirds and eight thirds.Da.Lol.
Close enough if ya gotta BIG hammer.
I was measuring a gap once to put a metal plate over, had a new hire measure it and I asked him the measurement and he told me it was 12 and 4 little black marks. I ended measuring from then on lol. I've seen a lot over the years that couldn't read a tape, even added in a tape measure reading part to the weld tests I'd give
2 and 1/3
That would be 2-5/16+ on a tape measure.
You just wasted time that you will never get back responding to my nonsense
We all waste a lot of time we will never get back. That’s what I thought this site was for.....
One of the oldest tricks in the book to get out of doing something. I don’t recommend executing it on the job , but it’s truly magic for the wife and mother in law.
Just following your example sir
There’s a smart end and a dumb end on the tape. If I know someone can’t read a tape, they hold the dumb end.