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The Mod Squad / Re: Pin size & blade replacement on a repair , HELP
« Last post by Mechanickal on Today at 08:42:20 AM »
An old pioneer might do it...
But then again, I'd hate butchering a pioneer...
Then yet again, they can be (re)bought brand new, unlike this SAK...

Glad I'm not in your shoes buddy! I hate choices like that...
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You watch it too? The wife and I sometimes think it's dumb, sometimes funny, or very seldom interesting, but sometimes you learn something, we did watch that XL, which I thought was a little nuts..
  The one thing that really gets me going on most of them is your going to be there for 3weeks, build a half decent sleeping arrangement!

As for carry ons, I'd need a good machete, maybe one with a saw on the back side, and hope she brought a pot to boil the water..
JR
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Flashlight Forum / Re: What's your latest flashlight?
« Last post by Aloha007 on Today at 08:40:21 AM »
 :salute:

Thanks Capt.  I should have been specific as to what ZL.  I think you pretty well hit every point I was wondering.  The Olight is pretty impressive in output.  The UI is simple and I also love how it slowly ramps.  The size is terrific as is the clip.  I'm pretty stoked on this light and carried since the day I got mine.  The blue accents are pretty sweet. 

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Edged Tools / Re: Recomend me a flipper
« Last post by Grathr on Today at 08:36:47 AM »
I am also thinking of getting a ripple / ripple 2 too, and this is also going to be my first flipper. I cant decide whether I should get the liner lock one or frame lock one. The weight difference is not a problem to me but would nice to see if you guys have any comparison among the two.  :salute:

From what I have figured out, and please correct me if Im wrong, the frame lock one has steel handles,  a better blade steel and a higher price tag. Its also discontinued as far as I can tell.
A comparison from someone who has them would be great!


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The Break Room / Re: Extremely Random thoughts.
« Last post by Monrogue on Today at 08:32:56 AM »
Oh am I sore! I just put two dressers together with just a screwdriver, I lie, I used a sak to open the boxes.. but oh I'm feeling it..
JR
I bet that was a pain to some degree.

Sent from my SM-G920R4 using Tapatalk
Err, butt, knees, butt, knees hunch, stand, lift, carry, dinner then repeat..  the only good I can say is that dinner was good and it was done on padded carpet.. heck even the dressers we got weren't the right ones! But the back is not liking it, nor the hands from turning at least over 100 screws each unit! I need a good nights sleep..
JR
Yeah that sounds like a pain.  I did a lot of that with various things for the house while getting it ready, only I used one of my MTs for the most part.  Rest up buddy :)

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Edged Tools / Re: Recomend me a flipper
« Last post by aurabattler on Today at 08:28:52 AM »
I am also thinking of getting a ripple / ripple 2 too, and this is also going to be my first flipper. I cant decide whether I should get the liner lock one or frame lock one. The weight difference is not a problem to me but would nice to see if you guys have any comparison among the two.  :salute:
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Leatherman Tools / Re: Official MTO March OHT Madness
« Last post by Etherealicer on Today at 08:27:29 AM »
Ouch... hope it heals well.
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Flashlight Forum / Re: Single cell battery storage.
« Last post by Aloha007 on Today at 08:26:09 AM »
Capt I know this conversation has come up before and there are some great DIY ideas as well as plastic containers available.  My idea is use a AA or AAA flashlight.  It works the same way and has the option of being used.  I'll carry 2 flashlights using the same battery so I can switch out battery if I need or just use the flashlight.  My 2c worth.   
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The Break Room / Re: Extremely Random thoughts.
« Last post by MadPlumbarian on Today at 08:24:15 AM »
Oh am I sore! I just put two dressers together with just a screwdriver, I lie, I used a sak to open the boxes.. but oh I'm feeling it..
JR
I bet that was a pain to some degree.

Sent from my SM-G920R4 using Tapatalk
Err, butt, knees, butt, knees hunch, stand, lift, carry, dinner then repeat..  the only good I can say is that dinner was good and it was done on padded carpet.. heck even the dressers we got weren't the right ones! But the back is not liking it, nor the hands from turning at least over 100 screws each unit! I need a good nights sleep..
JR
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Edged Tools / Re: Affordable custom knives?
« Last post by Aloha007 on Today at 08:22:47 AM »

That's a real beauty David  :tu:

It sure is. 
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