North Floridians!

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  1. poperb

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    For all you guys and gals in north florida come out to the Milton show April 21 & 22, just spreading the word. It is at the Santa Rosa County Auditorium here is the link for directions hope to see you there normal gun show hours 9am to 5pm

    http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/auditorium/index.html
     
  2. Dr. Dickie

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    You mean nortwest Floridians!:neener:
    You are way out west, it would be closer for me to drive to Miami:what:
     
  3. poperb

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    All west floridians I mean :) west panhandle I should say
     
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    thanks for the heads-up.. maybe I'll see you there;)
     
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    I got a table, my first time because I just got a bunch of pistols I need to get rid of. I am off work this week and went through all my stuff yesterday and I have many I am going to bring. I will be at a table in the lobby.

    Randy
     
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    Sweet! I'll probably be there.
     
  7. Harry Paget Flashman

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    You're way East of me...all the way over in Santa Rosa County!
     
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    I tried clicking an the link I provided for the map and it did not work here is the address I am sure there is a map for it on mapquest:

    4530 Spikes Way
    Milton, FL 32583
     
  9. PILMAN

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    I'll try and make it out there.
     
  10. Mannlicher

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    Would love to go, but its about a 4 hour drive from here. :uhoh:
     
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    South Alabama, you mean. :neener:

    I think I can drive to Atlanta faster.
     
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    the wife and i will probably be there.

    scurtis_34471... that's LOWER alabama.:neener:
     
  13. poperb

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    btt as a reminder everybody come out, that little table I will have will have a little of everything. See you in Milton

    Randy
     
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    The "LaPanel Constant" defines the instantaneous probability of an array of panel particles encroaching upon the anthroprometric space envalope simultanesously being occupied by a humaniod modular life-form component.

    Expressed thus,

    LaPanel Constant = AP[Hpc]PC[CR] t / Sf[REM]





    Where, AP is defined as the total panel area of influence for the time period being considered, sq. ft.
    Hpc is the height of the center of the panel mass related to AP, ft.
    PC is the overall conditon of the AP, 1=pristine, 9=decrepate
    CR is the collapse rate, at which the AP leaves the origional position and begins downward acceleration, ft./sec2

    t is time, in microseconds
    Sf is the Skedaddle Factor or, the rate at which the humanoid modular life-form component can migrate

    from the present location to another AP, epxressed in feet per second
    REM is the Rapid Equipment Movement rate, in feet per second, where applicable

    We must work together to do the needed R&D to further develop the equation for the benefit of those subjected to the LaPanel phenomena.
     
  15. poperb

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    What all that Bainx? Just curious
     
  16. poperb

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    Just a reminder the gun show in milton is this weekend hope to see eveyone there!! I listed the address above if you need to look it up on mapquest for directions.

    Randy
     
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