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Old 08-25-2012, 1:19 PM
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Great looking setup
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Old 08-25-2012, 2:53 PM
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Very Cool.
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Old 08-27-2012, 12:41 PM
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Three additional items are required to have your shack qualify as a man cave: a small refrigerator, a microwave and a cot. The TV screen is not quite big enough, but still qualifies. Of course, if you spend too much time with the radios the cot may move from the comfort category to the necessity category when one considers the "inhibitor!"
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Nice job! But I gotta ask...did you wire a mic to your pro-2006 ?
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Old 08-28-2012, 12:32 PM
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The command center is looking good! The desk looks like it serves dual functions - radios and work bench - so that makes it efficient too.

What about pics of the antenna(s)?


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Old 08-28-2012, 4:56 PM
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I'm in the market for a new chair. I can lean back in it, but the back rest kinda just sways wherever is pleases.
Don't bother with any chair from Ikea. Well, their higher end chairs aren't bad. But trust me, their less expensive chairs are exactly that. I ended up tightening the bolts that hold the chair seat to the frame at least once a week. The back always came loose and eventually the pneumatic lift thingy made me sea sick bouncing up and down when I sat down. You definitely get what you pay for.
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Old 08-28-2012, 9:19 PM
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You all realize the OP was from three years ago
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Doesn't really matter to me. IKEA chair quality hasn't changed in 3 years or 3 days. If the OP can't make use of my info, hopefully I've been able to save someone else some trouble.
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Nice setup
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Hmmm, his "mancave shack" updated three years ago. How about an updated one that is current?
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Beer cooler, Microwave oven, TV lol
Very nice I feel jealous
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Wow, just realized this thread was brought back to life.

Update: Just moved into a new house actually. The future mancave room is currently under construction and should be up in a couple weeks. I'll be sure to put up some photos!
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I couldn't help but notice the Marui sticker. Personally, I'm more of a KWA guy- but I'll let it slide.
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Very nice.
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I couldn't help but notice the Marui sticker. Personally, I'm more of a KWA guy- but I'll let it slide.
I got that sticker back before KWA even had much of a name, let alone make AEGs.
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What's with the pagers?? For work or are you doing something cool with them? I used to like monitoring
the freqs for them in my area.... I need another "hack" project
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I think your setup rocks ,but get a new clock.
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I got that sticker back before KWA even had much of a name, let alone make AEGs.
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I couldn't help but notice the Marui sticker. Personally, I'm more of a KWA guy- but I'll let it slide.
I noticed it as well. My first 2 AEG's were TM's way back in 2000 ( yeah, I know.) I'm now a KWA / KSC guy as well. I've got a decent collection of Glocks and I'm looking to complete it by adding a G34.
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