Ideas , thoughts, howtos, gear review, general survival talk.
I bought this gun for 130.00 , it was in sad shape when I got her. she had some pitting, a little rust, and lots of grim and dirt.
After getting her cleaned up and making sure she was safe to shoot, off to the range I went. I like the feel of a stout heavy pistol, so the feel and weight were great for me.
I only had 2 diffrent ammo one were cci 45acp, the other were wolf 45acp, she didnt care what it was she went thru 150 of each with no problems.[IMG][IMG]http://i678.photobucket.c
I picked this knife up for 10.00 bucks, and like it, it holds an edge. the fire steel throws a good spark.
Updated 05-16-2011 at 03:06 PM by PT945
[QUOTE=PT945;39050]Coat hangers by themselves can be used for a number of things. Add a tin can and it doubles the uses for a hanger. Add tin foil and ...well you get the idea.
Here are three things I just made while talking on the phone.
What are some uses you can think of, here are some more of mine.
Add tin foil to make a spatula.or to use as a top ring and handle for a tinfoil pot or
THANK YOU, for your dedication and service. You have rid America of another threat to our safty. God bless you all.
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[QUOTE=PT945;37223]I start by making a template on cardboard, I make hash marks at the top for a size guide. Long lines are inch short marks are half inch.[IMG][IMG]http://i1093.photobucket.com/albums/i440/pt945/041911120522.jpg[/IMG][/IMG]
Next I do every thing with straight lines to start then draw my blade shape and handle shapes.[IMG][IMG]http://i1093.photobucket.com/albums/i440/pt945/041911120722.jpg[/IMG][/IMG]