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What Was Your Prep Of The Day (Part 2)

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    @Lunatic Wrench, as a sharpener, I admire your work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tourist View Post
    @Lunatic Wrench, as a sharpener, I admire your work.
    Thanx @The Tourist
    Not some of my finest work, but then again it's not one of my chisels or plain irons, although not to bad for just a mill file.
    I may pull out the diamond files and dial it in a bit more.
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    A Christmas prep Hubs picked me out a lovely S&W MP 15-22 along with a case that can custom fit the firearm! What Was Your Prep Of The Day (Part 2)-49722659_133890987527633_7274580572469460992_n.jpg
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    Because I ride the motorcycle a lot in cooler weather, what some may call cold I add a Mico-start PPSXP 10 to the packing list. It is a lot smaller than the ones I ave in the cars but will start a car. Just being proactive. New er bikes with all the toys do draw a lot more current.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Spork View Post
    A Christmas prep Hubs picked me out a lovely S&W MP 15-22 along with a case that can custom fit the firearm! Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice, Little hint rubber cement will hold those cut out parts don't take much. If you take weapon in and out a lotthey have away for getting messed up. You have room for a few more mags, few parts and tools Nice very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty901 View Post
    Because I ride the motorcycle a lot in cooler weather, what some may call cold I add a Mico-start PPSXP 10 to the packing list. It is a lot smaller than the ones I ave in the cars but will start a car. Just being proactive. New er bikes with all the toys do draw a lot more current.
    I bought a couple similar to that a couple years ago. Never used either........ until yesterday. Left my back-up cameras on in my war wagon overnight and the battery barely cranked the engine twice before the starter relay began clicking.

    Out came the battery pack and within two minutes I was driving away.
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    I gotta tell you.... that sounds like a terrible idea. When do we start?
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    Vac-sealed 5 loaves of pumpkin bread to go into the freezer.
    I gotta tell you.... that sounds like a terrible idea. When do we start?
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    FINALLY got around to sighting in that Romeo5 optic I snagged from Woot. Shoots like a dream
    Took my uncle to the range so he could finally shoot his AR that's been sitting in the closet for half a year now. He's new to the platform and taking it slow. He had a good time and wants to go again.

    Also got the wife to the range the next day to refresh on handguns. We need to go more. She's losing her touch. She used to out-shoot me. I don't think she was feeling well, and she wasn't happy with her results. Another day, perhaps.
    The main goal was maintaining familiarity. How to shoot SAFELY comes first. Then we can work on precision.
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    Beans, rice, and bullets along with a lot of canned goods yesterday. 2019 may be a rocky year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prepared One View Post
    Beans, rice, and bullets along with a lot of canned goods yesterday. 2019 may be a rocky year.
    This post prompted me to check the pantry. Was low on canned goods myself so I took a side trip to the store and stocked up. Soup & veggies, plus a couple cases of ramen noodles.
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