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Old 01-25-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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Default Bougnt this from Harbor Freight to keep BP stuff in.

I was just gonna buy a punch set to make wads. Then saw this. Figured it would work great for keeping my stuff in.

Purdy good deal. http://www.harborfreight.com/eight-drawer-wood-tool-chest-94538.html






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Old 01-25-2012, 08:11 PM   #2
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Sweet ! Can't go wrong with that deal , would cost tripple to make it yourself and lots of time too , and oh yeh LOTS of talent . Looks pretty nice , all wood too . Plus you got the mirror to look at your pretty self after you drool over your 1858 Remington you got in there , LOL ...

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Dont you just hate that , you go out for Bread and come home with a new Mercedez Benz ?
Revolver wad punches you say , and you got this , and punches , hmmmm , good to be an American aint it !

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I went to my neighbor for a cup of sugar, came home with an onion... Don't ask how, I haven't figured that out myself.

By the way, sweet set up, I likey.

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Yep. It is all solid wood. The drawer floors are pressed wood. But are sturdy. I was surprised with the quality. Very pleased..

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The Remmy fits in the two bottom drawers also. Plenty big enough.

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Very Nice! I don't think i have enough BP stuff to warrant one, but it might be a good motivator. So, other than your takedown tools and your Remington, what all do you plan to keep onboard? Do you think a powderhorn would fit in there? {wonders if that would fit in my safe}


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Plus you got the mirror to look at your pretty self after you drool over your 1858 Remington you got in there , LOL ...
The mirror is for checking the barrel and cylinders without having to put your head in front of a potentially loaded revolver, i'm sure.
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Very Nice! I don't think i have enough BP stuff to warrant one, but it might be a good motivator. So, other than your takedown tools and your Remington, what all do you plan to keep onboard? Do you think a powderhorn would fit in there? {wonders if that would fit in my safe}




The mirror is for checking the barrel and cylinders without having to put your head in front of a potentially loaded revolver, i'm sure.
I think its for shaving , Orangello , or make-up ( Towboaters ) . I think a bore light would work much better than a mirror anywayz , and looking down a barrel is not dangerous , nor is looking into a cylinder . You actually have to pull the trigger . Guns dont kill people , people kill people , right
Guns are innert , ammo is innert , people are stupid . If you don't know your gun is loaded to start with , you got bigger issues than smoke and mirrors anywayz . Maybe its for Morse Code ? Maybe its just for looks .
Cap and ball revolvers have to be capped to be dangerous , IF YOU PULL THE TRIGGER that is . Otherwise there is absolutely no danger in them .
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Very nice! BTW, anyone looking to buy from Harbor Freight, every issue of American Rifleman and Popular Science has a page of ads for HF, with a coupon for 20% off any one item in store.

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Very nice! BTW, anyone looking to buy from Harbor Freight, every issue of American Rifleman and Popular Science has a page of ads for HF, with a coupon for 20% off any one item in store.
Yep, my dad makes me bring him the coupon every month!
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