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What part of Georgia are you from ? My wife is from Macon !!!
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Saw you on “Live from Thunder Ranch” …not really sure how I saw it while it was live as I don’t watch Yeager, so I am not a member or subscriber to his crap. Bet that was cool, getting to meet Clint Smith! Sorry, not much of a fan of Yeager…despite the apology made for him…that is just me.
You can schrade automatic springs from bladeops for their button lock folders
You can buy sorry typo
Long time sub love your vids. Thanks so much for the hard work.
Briefly I have watched many of your fire starting vids. Here are some take a ways. Magnesium burns super hot and is fairly easy to light. But burns itself out almost too quickly (unless you use a big pile). Duct tape burns hot and long but is very hard to ignite. What would you think of a plastic match safe full of magnesium shavings with a couple of wraps of duct tape around it. Tare off a strip of the tape place it sticky side up. Then dump a small pile of magnesium on it for your fire starter. If you wanted to carry an emergency ferro rod one of those made to replace the tooth pick in a Victorinox knife would fit in the match safe or sleeved under the tape as well. This would seem to be fairly compact and have sufficient material start several fires. Also thought about sealing a line of magnesium shavings inside an ink pen size stick made of duct tape. Cut off a piece, silt the tape to expose the magnesium to use.
Have you ever done a video on the schrade schf 66
Been following your videos for a while now and must congratulate on your way of reviewing different items and gear. Not everyone has the bucks to buy super expensive gear. Congrats on your GUNSITE adventure, that has been a goal of mine too. I am a Tactical Response Alumnus and concur with you on the quality of their techniques. I joined the Army in1969 and after I got back from the war got me a Randall # 1 which I used for the next 20 years in the Army retiring as a Ranger Platoon Sgt, you made a great purchase there. The year before I retired I sent it back to Randall to be refurbished and now it looks brand new in my gun safe. Keep up the great work you are doing in YOUTUBE, great stuff, God Bless, Rangers Lead The Way- Juan
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