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Today 11:35 AM
4X4
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Originally Posted by tedlovesjeeps71 View Post
Chaplins used to give out pretty durable ones. I bet if you went on base and talked to one they could hook you up.
Not a bad idea at all. I never thought about that, thanks!
Today 07:13 AM
tedlovesjeeps71
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Originally Posted by 4X4 View Post
Can you please post a link to that. I'd like to get one to keep in the Jeep.

Chaplins used to give out pretty durable ones. I bet if you went on base and talked to one they could hook you up.
Today 06:54 AM
bunkerbuster
Today 01:13 AM
4X4
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Originally Posted by bunkerbuster View Post


That should tell you 100% what we as a nation are dealing with. It should come as no surprise. The good thing is they will squander that money in no time and not do anything to get their family out of the depravity that the democrats they cling to. They will be back on that gubment cheese screaming about repriations in no time. After all, those poor oppressed that won't pull themselves up by their boot straps deserve to get their fingers into the paycheck you make every two weeks.
Today 12:51 AM
bunkerbuster Experimenting making fire starter tinder.

This one is a kapok base, candle wax, liquid celluloid & 200 mesh MG/AL.
(liquid celluloid hardens like plastic, exposed to air = the alcohol solvent evaporates)

Ignites instantly with a tiny flame, and/or Ferro rod sparks.
Small / Compact / Waterproof
Large hot flame envelope that will not blow out in windy conditions.
+ 5 minute burn time

This one with some substitutions to give it a longer burn time may actually have commercial applications & be patent worthy.
Because it is cheap to make & very effective.

Of course, it would need a more professional appearance, which is easy to do





Today 12:33 AM
4X4
Quote:
Originally Posted by jfountain2 View Post
Got a weatherproof, tear proof, stain resistant almost indestructible Bible. NKJV
Can you please post a link to that. I'd like to get one to keep in the Jeep.
Today 12:31 AM
bunkerbuster More 4 lb containers of peanut butter

Yesterday 11:48 PM
~Black.Dog~
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Originally Posted by bunkerbuster View Post
Some States legally allow home growing a few plants for personal use, when done discreetly.

Hmmm. I remember seeing seeds just like that during my misspent youth. [emoji2]

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Yesterday 09:24 PM
bunkerbuster Some States legally allow home growing a few plants for personal use, when done discreetly.

Yesterday 09:09 PM
bunkerbuster In case it's ever needed.

Yesterday 09:06 PM
bunkerbuster
Yesterday 08:57 PM
Grannygrump Canned 18 pints of chicken and add a sweet potato slip or two to the garden most days.
Yesterday 05:45 PM
PAPrep99 Canned some spicy sweet mustard. Beer satisfying.
Yesterday 05:33 PM
SummerSquash 16 pints pork loin pressure canned, 7 pints pickled beets with onions (all from garden) + 1 that wouldn't fit in water bath in the fridge for fresh eating.
Yesterday 04:10 PM
tedlovesjeeps71
What was your "Prep" for today?

Annnnd... mowing stops again. Was almost out of fuel anyway but now the belt that drives the blades decided to break. Thatís it. Iím done. Donít even feel like pulling out the weed eater as somebody obviously doesnít want me working on the yard. [emoji37]

*edit*
Because Iím a glutton for punishment and hate wasting a day when Iím already so far behind in yard work, I didnít listen to the previous, blatant hints and got out the weed eater. We have a drainage ditch along the front of the property which has become infested with these mutant sunflower things. These things grow like crazy and are a bear to get rid of. I had cut it all down to nearly dirt just before I started school on the 9th. Today they are up to about 5í tall and some are as big around as my wrist. So with the blade on the Stihl I set to it. About 5 minutes into it I hear a clap of thunder and it immediately starts to drizzle. Seriously? Ah, to heck with it, keep cutting.
Then a jolt of lightning strikes less than 200í away.
Nope! Thatís it! I get it! Ran like a little girl back to the house. Ainít worth dying over.
Yesterday 03:42 PM
NCalHippie
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Originally Posted by goat daddy View Post
My wife got out her quilting cutter. she cut 100 2" flannel cleaning patches in a couple of minutes. Last week she cut 3" round flannel circles for my black powder rifles in a couple of minutes and she cut 1" pillow ticking for patches, a couple hundred in a few minutes. She has a nice machine that cuts 10 layers per pass. My hunting quilt is ready to go. I think she is giving me a strong hint.
Those cutters are great! my wife just cut liners for my new tool box.
Yesterday 03:38 PM
EventHorizon After years of procrastination I finally sent in my application for my concealed carry permit.
Yesterday 02:03 PM
goat daddy My wife got out her quilting cutter. she cut 100 2" flannel cleaning patches in a couple of minutes. Last week she cut 3" round flannel circles for my black powder rifles in a couple of minutes and she cut 1" pillow ticking for patches, a couple hundred in a few minutes. She has a nice machine that cuts 10 layers per pass. My hunting quilt is ready to go. I think she is giving me a strong hint.
Yesterday 03:41 AM
field tester sent in a donation to the NRA yesterday, I sent in a donation to GOA tonight
Yesterday 01:15 AM
INresponse We added an fully secure fenced in turkey roost next to the fully enclosed chicken coop. The chickens, turkeys, ducks and the goose have 2 fenced in areas to scratch around during the day. We can separate the turkeys in their own area when needed or they can all have access to both areas. 10'x10' cyclone fence kennels with secure roofs keep out unwanted critters, and the wood roof keeps the sun, rain, and snow off the birds.
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