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Old 12-17-2012, 02:06 PM   #11
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If you know a plumber, maybe he could cap one end of some 8" PVC for you and set the other end up with a gasketed, screw-off cap. That would not attract attention in a basement.
Interesting idea. I can do PVC capping myself, so that'd save some money.

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burial, if the water level is not too high in your area. It need not be, and should not be, on land that is in any way "tied" to you. Just ask Weaver and Koresch if they want their stuff all at their "known" residences. :-) Big Bro is a lot more of a likely threat than any other one things. gotta do the burial at night, leave the drums empty for a month, look for digging signs. gotta have a $200 passive IR monocular, to scan for people as you dig, gotta have gravel under and around the drums, to prevent freeze thaw, if in bear country, need a thick, wide "cap" of concrete under the sod-debris covering.
lol, I'm not digging holes in my concrete basement. This is more to turn unsuitable areas of my house into "suitable" areas. Those names are two individuals with whom I'd prefer not to associate myself, nor do I share a similar mindset with them.
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Get a bunch of those sealer bags and a vacuum sealer. Think they also makes mason jar lids that can be vacuum sealed. Works for long term ammo storage as well if moisture is an issue.
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I just asked about the foodsaver for ammo in the ammo section- Works great-
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Ditto to both--
I just asked about the foodsaver for ammo in the ammo section- Works great-
I use this too. It works very good.
Just remember guys, fluctuations in temperature are bad too.
Vacuum seal, and insulate from temp changes.
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