Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by RocketmanDane, Sep 8, 2016.
Would you happen to know how long it takes? It's been soaking about an hour and a half and nothing
Ive never done it myself but that may be why people talk about the "residue" IDK if you carefully have to scrape off the top layer and that whats left. I just remember it supposedly works..
Well some idiot decided to poke holes in the pan and it leaked out so waste of money and time. Thanks for the reply though
I think I underestimated how much work it is to fill a pcp with a hand pump. It didnt help that the gun came with only 500psi in it. I'm really liking it so far. I only got to fire about 3 shots this afternoon and my coworker fired 3 or four, I'm really impressed with how quiet it is.
rip mors kochanski...he died yesterday.
One of the kiddos gave the rest of the family the Cruddddddddd. I cannot remember the last time I got a cold... It’s been probably 5 years... The flu yes including this year.. IDK how thou but the sniffle, sneeze, watering eyes cold seems so much worse... Why does this matter.. It means No playing with sharp pointy tools until after the sneezing at least passes...
Worked out a baby sitter for a weekend in April So to my next RAT class for me
I found a Western Germany marked ax head yesterday while running some new fence for the horses. I have to get it cleaned up to see what I got.
Can't beat free money
Found this guy through a friend who I do knife work for. He's my now go to guy for decals and stencils and it's 100 percent veteran owned.
Received a Aircrew survival/ Bolt type knife in the pass around box. BUT I cannot find anything about it.
Only markings other then “Japan” ink stamped on the sheath in a few spots is “GB” “Japan” stamped on the blade.
Anyone have any info or ideas about the knife?
I’m excited. The sheath def needs to be beefed up and I had to carefully clean under the handle but it doesn’t look like it’s ever been used. I spent a few minutes early today giving if a Quick sharpening and it is cutting pretty awesome.
The older I get the more I like minivans. Lots of space, comfortable on long trips and you can sleep in them anytime, anywhere, with minimal to no effort. They can hold mountain bikes, caving gear and everything else with ease. And they're cheap.
Too bad they suck offroad. This week I found out that a company makes a sensible lift kit for Toyota Siennas. I wish I hadn't found out about them.
I still won't likely ever buy one, but if a low mileage, cheap Sienna presents itself it'll be one more bad (?) idea I'll have to talk myself out of.
Online grocery ordering is the best.
Ive wondered about that. Do you order everything or just the non-perishables? I don’t know if I would want somebody else picking out the apples for me.
I am way to picky about fresh food to let someone else pick it out for me.
Me too, but I also like the idea of not spending a lot of time grocery shopping in a store. Lots of time grocery shopping in the woods is okay.
All of it.