Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DYSPHORIC JOY, Dec 26, 2019.
What did you get? This is my son’s knife.
Let’s see a sunnto M-9
Some Bush-Craft grills
2 titanium fire ant stoves
evernew titanium and ceramic non stick 6.5” fry pan
some new hanks for the collection
A new mother since orange is no longer being made
and some makers mark 46
A new hot water system.........
The $50, not the knife
Not shown, a few pair of pants, socks, $100 cashola. Shown, a few mead making kits, hydrometer, probably whiskey cup, brownies, slim jims, $25 Amazon gift certificate, Maker's Mark 46, and Buffalo Trace whiskey, and vintage camp stove in a can:
A few odds and ends that have been sitting in my amazon shopping cart but I never would buy for myself. A sheath/mask for my CRKT Woods Kangee T-hawk, a crosman 1322 pellet gun, a handle for the ax head I found recently, a spare magazine for my Benjamin Marauder, a tin of pellets. A high pressure hand pump for my Benji Mrod, I actually got it a month ago as a early Christmas present. I am not sure what my dad's giving me, I am thinking it's going to be a Remington pump .22, he and my mom also got me some insulated coleman pants and fleece lined hoody. My grandparents gave me $100.
neat stove there was one of those for sale on Facebook near me. Never saw one before you’ll have to tell us what you think
Thanks guys. Wife bought it off of ePrey for $35. Single hole on the bottom of the loop. Hole pricker, and lighter came with it. Uses Coleman fuel. Fill with fuel, dip the wand in the fuel, light it, hold it in the middle of the loop for a bit, and it ignites, slowly building up pressure. This is a cheap version of some other can stoves, Stesco being one of them. Here's a video of a handy camper stove:
An awesome alox SAK
Couple of pairs of Darn Tough socks,ice cleats, and a Samsung Tab A tablet I've been wanting to replace my outdated tablet.
$900 in car repairs. Coming home from visiting family and vehicle broke down. Worst part is I could have done the work myself for much cheaper if I had been at home.