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Found: Husky on Hwy. 181 in Floresville near Whataburger. Call 210-997-6010.

VideoFound: Great Pyrenees on CR 124, June 5, young male, not neutered, red banded collar, no tag, black spot on tip of tongue, cannot keep. 830-216-2380.
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Diesel Mechanics Needed Coastal Plains Trucking is currently hiring for Diesel Mechanics to work in the following locations: Stockdale, TX Charlotte, TX Jal, NM (housing provided at this location only) These positions are full time and offers medical, dental, vision, STD, Life, 401k benefits and bi-weekly pay. Mechanic Responsibilities: Vehicle Maintenance and Repair on Transport and Bobtail Tanker trucks. Qualifications: Must have own tools Certification in Brakes is a plus Experience preferred working on Diesel trucks. Prefer experience working on Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks and PACCAR, Cummins and engines. Experience changing tires and performing all PM work. Detail oriented, organized, takes pride in work and is safety minded. Compensation - Depending on experience hourly pay with overtime. CDL NOT REQUIRED To apply: Log in to www.coastalplainsllc.com to complete an application Or contact Human Resources at 830-996-3002.
Experienced electrician needed. Call 210-885-4101, fax 830-393-0909, or email srallaelect@netzero.net.
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Carter Thomas  
Floresville, TX  
February 9, 2013 3:29pm
 
Alvin, Nice try. AR does not stand for assault rifle. I spent over 20 years in the Army as an Infantry Officer. Long before Colt bought the rights to what is now the M-16, the Fairchild ArmaLite corporation developed the AR-15, a smaller version (5.56 mm) of the AR-10, which was a 7.62 mm weapon. Colt bought the rights to the gun and made a ton of money selling the M-16 to the Army during Vietnam. The civilian version is still called the AR-15, which stands for ArmaLite Rifle, not assault rifle.

This is a good article but I live by the adage that one should chose the largest calibe he/she can accurately and safely handle. The AR-15 is essentially a large 22 calibre (.223). I prefer a 45 calibre for home defense and 30 and 45 calibre rifles for hunting. But to each his own.
     
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