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  1. Thread: Tradables?

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    Another item I just thought of. This would fall...

    Another item I just thought of.
    This would fall under the skill/trade category if we loose electricity and someone needs a tire changed or fixed, sure you can wrestle with a car tire by hand with...
  2. Thread: Tradables?

    by Ken
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    If we get into a situation where gas becomes...

    If we get into a situation where gas becomes scarce, people will be using things like bicycles, carts, wheelbarrows and such, these all have tires and most have tubes and these get punctured.
    I...
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    Aman to that!

    Aman to that!
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    It'll all get figured out as we go, just like it...

    It'll all get figured out as we go, just like it did back in the days of traders, trading posts, mountain men and the Indians that they traded with.
    What was more important to survival was and...
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    No! No side mounted. The scope has quick...

    No!
    No side mounted.
    The scope has quick release mounts, the folding butt stock snaps into the full length position very solidly so it can be used as a conventional rifle and then just remove the...
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    Heres my answer to that question "See pic"! I...

    Heres my answer to that question "See pic"!

    I have 6 10 round clips and 4 30 round mags, the stock is by Uncle Mikes and is very solidly made, the scope is a Simmons 3-10x40 and is dead on at 75...
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    rpd! Just a thought. I was getting ready to put...

    rpd!
    Just a thought.
    I was getting ready to put that brass framed model of mine up for sale with a spare cylinder, if you think you would be interested in it, send me a PM with your email.

    Ken.
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    If your looking for a gun like that, check this...

    If your looking for a gun like that, check this out: http://www.taylorsfirearms.com/products/cfRemingtonConversion.tpl
    You can get it in either an 8" barrel or a 5 1/2" barrel!
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    Heres a couple of pictures of my 1858 Rems. The...

    Heres a couple of pictures of my 1858 Rems.
    The second one is the 3 I already had and the first one is a pic of the Pietta 5 1/2" barreled 1858 compared to the 8" model Euroarms.
    The Pietta is a...
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    The ability to quickly change out an empty...

    The ability to quickly change out an empty cylinder for a loaded one was just one of my reasons for going with the 1858 Rem over the Colts.
    There is also the back strap across the top of the gun of...
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    The best way to show you is to tell you to watch...

    The best way to show you is to tell you to watch Clint Eastwood in Pale Rider, near the end when he is getting ready to shoot the sheriff after shooting all his deputies, he changes the cylinder in...
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    rice paddy daddy. I don't know if these would...

    rice paddy daddy.
    I don't know if these would fit your criteria but.
    I have 4 1858 Remington NMA's, all are Italian made repros, 3 Euroarms that have an 8" barrel and one Pietta that has a 5 1/2"...
  13. Thread: Solar Flare

    by Ken
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    Heres a site that has most of the NOAA and NASA...

    Heres a site that has most of the NOAA and NASA sun satellite tracking, you can track the suns activity in real time, and the reports from NOAA and NASA are on there as well.
    Plus the effects of the...
  14. Thread: Solar Flare

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    It already has. It started Thursday night and on...

    It already has.
    It started Thursday night and on into Friday, and there was another M6.6 event Friday morning.
    Experts say that this is just the beginning, its the sun waking up and going into its...
  15. Thread: Solar Flare

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    The CME that hit the earth back on Sept 1859 is...

    The CME that hit the earth back on Sept 1859 is estimated to have been an X6 class storm.
    It fried telegraph wires, set stations on fire and gave a lot of people that where touching steel at that...
  16. Thread: Second Chance:

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    OK, this is killing me. Usually when I get...

    OK, this is killing me.
    Usually when I get engrossed into a book or something, I can't put it down until I have finished it.
    This suspense is going to put me in an early grave! :D

    Great story...
  17. Thread: Coffee

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    I am with you man! I haven't tried chicory,...

    I am with you man!

    I haven't tried chicory, but it may become an option.

    Ken.
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    You must be a glutton for punishment, WHEW! ...

    You must be a glutton for punishment, WHEW!

    Just remember, any hot sauce will get even hotter if left to ferment in the canning jar for a period of time.
    I like to let them set for at least a...
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    Thanks guys! Benn, thats good to hear theres...

    Thanks guys!

    Benn, thats good to hear theres some originals still out there!
    I lost my wrist rocket when I was crossing a river "Little turtle river" that was frozen, it was in a pack I had to...
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    Oh Yeah! Around here for the wife and I, spring...

    Oh Yeah!
    Around here for the wife and I, spring starts the season of free food.
    We pick mushrooms sometimes while there is still a little snow on the ground, then theres the wild cherries, black...
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    A hello from Indiana

    Hello all!

    Thought I would take the time to introduce myself!

    My name is Ken.

    I was born and raised on a farm here in Indiana, I still live out in the county, although we don't farm anymore....
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