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Everything posted by Ronald_55

  1. I have a couple more of these, I was going to keep them, but trouble came up on both cars. I will not be able to ship until next Tuesday or so. If anyone is interested reply or PM me. 1 for $40 or both for $75 shipped. Thanks
  2. A while back I traded some work for a 1974 '94, but then I saw a slightly newer, rougher one with a scope mount. I got it because it was a great deal (the guy swore he fired it, but the mag spring was TOTALLY missing lol). Now I can leave my nicer one is as is. I plan to use the other one when I need a brush gun. Money aside, having multiples makes life easier. Same parts, same function, and familiarity.
  3. When you stop using them to hunt supplies, they could be repurposed for T.P. lol
  4. In one way I am thinking of the yellow pages amd maps more for supply runs. No matter how much you have, if you can get more without negative interaction, might as well. If everything goes totally south, no one issling anything new for a long time.
  5. I have one in each of my bags. Lol But the maps I have are road maps. Not that I would travel the roads, but following them makes sense. Roads are traditionally in routes that take advantage if the geography. I live in an area that is a little too populated for my liking, so moving to a more remote family members location would make sense for me.
  6. I bought a Rand McNally laminated book for TN and a few surrounding states I travel in. They cover all but the smallest roads and are easy to mark up and wipe off with a dry erase marker. Those stay in my car, but are easy to grab.
  7. I am not a "prepper", but I think having an emergency plan in place is important. There are always lists floating around of items you need to keep or at least find if something happens. One thing I think people miss is the good old yellow pages. If things happen, this is a buffet of info as to where to look for items outside you immediate knowledge.And if things are really bad quick, Google might not be an option. What are some odd things you guys think of?
  8. Thought it would be interesting to share. My Dad is almost 70, retired, but still runs a full time landscaping company. He and Mom still only use wood heat, so he has to cut, split and haul a bunch of wood. I am 2 hours away, so helping out is limited by family and work hours. So I decided the best gift for him was to have a guy deliver and stack 2 ricks of firewood right to his basement door. I told him to use the free time hunting and fishing
  9. Yeah, even regular guns on sites go for crazy. Let alone the real rare stuff. I can only dream about those.
  10. Hey guys, What is your favorite gun auction site and why? Does it have great prices, hard to find items, lots of selection? I have never bought from any and just wondered. Starting to look around them.
  11. Yesh and even now building one is legal, you just need the right papers and a serial number before assembling. If the paperwork goes out the window, I will build one asap. Forget $1000 for one, I could put it together for $100 or less. And any good machine shop could start cranking them out.
  12. Glad you like it. My grandfathers had knives like that. They are used every single day and kept sharp. My Mawma's butcher knives were the same way. Some had a concave blade from being used in the same spot so much.
  13. You might be prepper if you keep all the shampoos you steal from hotels as trade items for after the World falls apart
  14. You might be a pepper if you have all your packages delivered to the empty house one street over so no one knows where you keep your supplies.
  15. Got mine today. A little too excited for my own good. My santa outdid themselves. There was a Academy Sports Ammo box full of goodies. A Browning shotshell air freshener A turkey call Balmshot Lipbalm A nice little one handed folding knife 3 different boxes of 22LR A 5 pack of M&P earplugs An Elite Tactical Systems clear 30 round AR Mag. And the Ammo box itself. (How did you know I just filled up my last one with 30/30?) Thanks Santa!
  16. You have started "armoring up" the RV as your bug out location on wheels.
  17. Rail is much cheaper, but if you need any type of surface area, it is hard to do work on a rail. I am taking a class from a blacksmith in the area. He has such a great setup. Still uses coal. His shop is a wonderland.
  18. Thanks. I had not heard of anyone doing that yet. Unfortunately, I have to just try to get it fixed at lunch or buy a new one. I am leaving just after to go out of town to my folks house. It is too far for me to chance leaving the screw in. Hope you have luck with all your sales. I see you have several nice things up.
  19. Crap, I wish you were closer. I just came out to a screw in the sidewall of one of my tires....
  20. From past experience of friends, a local scrap yard might turn one up if no one here has one. Getting harder to find good ones.

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