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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    On a recent holiday/ vacation, my Swiss Army Knife (Huntsman) managed to get a free swim in the sea. Now, they're supposed to deal with saltwater, if you rinse them off properly, but sadly, I only realised after it dropped outta the wet bag. I rinsed it as best as I could, but it was stuck fast...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Are any of you familiar with this product? http://butch1.bluscs.com/product/static-intercept-technology-bag-288.cfm The ad claims offer a weapons storage bag that provides corrosion protection for ferrous and non-ferrous metals for up to 20 years. They would seem to be ideal for rifle...
  3. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Hi, I spent a few hours on a small caribbean island a few days ago so I brought along my Kabar shorty with kydex sheath as we were all alone there. Well, it must have gotten wet when I embarked the dinghy and I did not realize it. It rusted pretty fast but I used oil and elbow grease and its...
  4. Urban Survival
    I have 2 55 gal drums one has kerosene in it the other is empty. What would be the best and cheapest way to get remove the rust from them? Any suggestions would be great.
  5. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I did a search on the forum and found a few posts about a good fixed blade knife but would like some specific information. I have a SOG Seal Pup Elite but want something else (in addition) when I go Cold Water Kayaking. I do mostly salt water so it has to be non-rusting. I have looked at the...
  6. Vehicles & Transportation
    Over the week end I had a complete brake failure on my Tacoma. No wreck no amazing crashes luckily. That isn't the sad part of the ordeal. The sad part is yet to come. Come Monday it goes to the shop to be repaired the mechanic tells me he isn't going to work on it till it goes to the...
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