Couple cheap Turk shotties that live here. Had to buy two so I could put the adjustable stock on the semi auto. Fixed stock now on the shorty.
Meh, they will automatically lose a 1/4 of their support for the next election anyway since the young crowd accomplished their mission and tossed Harper. The people who voted Con will still vote Con, and the NDP is just in the background with the Bloc and Greens. The legalize it crowd won't have a reason to get off their couch next one either…
On a side note, lets he how pretty he is after 4 years in the big chair.
Agreed to buy another gorgeous looking tiger-striped K31 and a K11 tonight. I love shooting my other K31, so adding another to eventually have one foe each of my boys was a no-brainer. The K11 has been on my 'want' list for some time now.
Nice. I brought a friend to buy his first gun two months ago and he chose a K31. Wholesale sports had the gp11 on sale not listed on their website, we grabbed a bunch of that too. Might still be cheap as they had pallets of the stuff.
Beer home brew kit, capper, dozen 1 litre bottles carboy, few other odds and sods
Fritchi ski crampons fits fritichi bindings and skis less than 100 mm
also im in cuba next week so would have to be a bit later in the month to pick anything up
What size cooler? I'm getting started hunting could use something for transporting game meat.
Hey guys, I've stumbled upon this gentleman's Youtube channel. He's a very well spoken and educated man. His information is clearly presented in good quality videos that are too the point and accurate.
(I know this audience is small, but I gotta start somewhere)
Imagine our group supporting a channel like his, spreading a clear message. Instead we rather constantly post generic photos with fictitious captions which just follow the lead of the very people who want to erode our rights! We should take the high road ladies and gentlemen.
It's gotten to the point where a lot of us want to ignore postings from our own. The same rhetorical South Park-esque, "RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE", "he wouldn't have that problem if he had a gun!" , said the man who doesn't know how he lost his rights in the first place.
Lets step up our game, and our image. If you are unable to contribute with legible facts that are clearly presented, that is fine. We still love you! You can support the cause by supporting it's professionals. That what I'm going to start doing.
Anyone know if such a thing exists as anti bacterial under garments? I've had work jerseys in the past that were anti everything (wrinkles to bacteria). Ideally, I'm interested in finding some long johns and under shirts that are relatively somehow cheap. I'd like to set both the aforementioned gentleman up for the winter.
Costco merino wool. Good quality for the price. Wash in a warm water basin with a small amount of very mild soap and a chunk of lanolin. Lanolin is a natural wax that's on sheeps wool to keep them healthy, but the more refined the wool the less of this anti bacterial agent is left.
No-one in my circle can steer me in the right direction, and I haven't found what I'm looking for using google. Before I commit to one course, I'd like some feedback if possible.
This isn't required for my job (I don't have a job right now)
Course length isn't a problem since I don't have a job.
Cost does matter, but if it's worth it I'll make it happen.
Courses full of fluff don't really interest me, I am however interested in useful certifications that benefit me if I choose a career as a First Responder. My main goal is to come out of this a competent first aider. I want skills to handle realistic situations from minor wounds too heart attacks and even sever trauma like large lacerations and gun shot wounds.
There are 3 courses on my Radar.
-Occupational First Aid Level 3 (70 hours, around $700) Doesn't seem to include CPR (A,B,C, or HPC) or AED for some reason like OFA 1.
-First Responder , aka FR3 (44 Hours, around $500 Plus $150 Text) Includes Healthcare Provider (HCP) level CPR, AED, and Spinal Management.
-EMR, Emergency Medical Responder (120 Hours, around $1500 Plus $150-$300 Text/etc) Basically seems like entry level ambulance stuff.
Most likely I'm going to tackle one of the first 2 choices, since there are bridging courses available for both OFA 3 and FR3 too EMR. They both cost around $600 and are about 5-6 days. Since the bridge courses are very similar, I could possibly save some classroom filler time by taking the FR3 and bridging to EMR later. This will also save me money and time, not too mention classroom stress.
Does anyone have any recommendations or suggestions? Experiences relevant? Warnings?