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Old 08-21-2008, 07:05 PM   #1
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We here are plumbers, but how many actually depend on it for a living? What other trades do you rely on to fill in with?

me? Framing, remodeling, roofing, siding and so on.
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Old 08-21-2008, 07:17 PM   #3
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I depend on plumbing for my living. I did a little lawn care when I first got into the local to try to make ends meet. But as the raises came in and the hours I have no other time in my day... or weekends for that matter.
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For now, I rely on plumbing to pay my bills, I do it full time. I also design and build race car chassis, at the moment that business is not very active, and I buy,sell, and restore machine guns and exotic firearms. If you have a class 3 license I can give you a good price on Korean made full auto AK-47's.
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I buy,sell, and restore machine guns and exotic firearms. If you have a class 3 license I can give you a good price on Korean made full auto AK-47's.
Is that the same as a "FFL"?
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Is that the same as a "FFL"?
Some states refer to it as that, why, I have no idea, the license is federal, it's issued by the BATF.
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OK, here in VA its a FFL.
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I concentrate on plumbing and or pipefitting
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find all the other trades ot be beneath me. Plumbing is a profession. Nail hammering is a job.
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At 44 bucks an hour, plumbing is all my wife needs me to do to maintain the lifestyle to which she has become accustomed
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