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    East Tennessee
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    leather work and cat wrangling

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  1. As a leather maker, I would recommend that you would use a leather finish on your belt to help cut down on the "dye bleed" onto your clothes when you break a good sweat while competing. I don't dye the backside of my unlined belts for that very reason. I highly recommend either of the products that I have attached a link to below. https://www.amazon.com/Tandy-Leather-Eco-Flo-Satin-2611-01/dp/B007O2NWES/ref=sr_1_2?crid=1SJURQMXSIKUP&dchild=1&keywords=tandy+leather+finish&qid=1590336860&sprefix=tandy+leather+fi%2Caps%2C169&sr=8-2 https://www.amazon.com/Fiebings-Tan-Kote-4-oz/dp/B003BCI6XC
  2. I like the butane insert in my Zippo. See the link below. https://www.amazon.com/Zippo-Butane-Lighter-Insert-Double/dp/B07XSPY5DK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3KWH42G3H1P4K&dchild=1&keywords=zippo+butane+insert&qid=1590241158&sprefix=zippo%2Caps%2C157&sr=8-1
  3. I have run a .38 with an OAL of 1.52 for 15 years. I started with a 92 and that length ran well in that gun. Currently, the wife and I both run 1873 Ubertis and that length runs perfectly in those rifles and the two Marlins that we shoot occasionally.
  4. Never cared much for Brannigan (modern detective).
  5. I had a major repair issue with one of my SKBs and unfortunately, it was work that wasn't available from our top cowboy gunsmiths. In desperation, I called https://www.skbshotguns.com/parts-tools/japan/side-x-side they recommended their go-to gunsmith. He wasn't cheap, but he does excellent work and my favorite SKB is "cured". His contact info is listed below. Mitch Schultz Gunsmithing LTD 3 Lacey PL Southport, CT 06890 (203) 254-0436 They didn't do email when I used them last.
  6. Try Wild West Mercantile. Click on the link below. https://www.wwmerc.com/cgi-bin/Category.cgi?category=14300&type=store
  7. I love VTI, but you can also find parts from Taylor's or Cimarron. https://www.taylorsfirearms.com/ https://www.cimarron-firearms.com/accessories/parts.html
  8. I hope you heal up very soon! I will drink a nice IPA in your honor later tonight.
  9. I'm very sorry for your loss Driftwood. We've been there with the death of a number of our pets over the years. Their deaths have been some of the hardest events we've had to go through. Your post brought a tear to my eye.
  10. I have always used the Lansky system, but it takes a little time to complete. I keep the system listed below in my kitchen drawer and I can touch up my good kitchen cutlery in a few seconds. It's far more precise than a butcher's steel and I never have had to use my Lansky system on my kitchen knives. https://www.amazon.com/Edgemaker-Sharpening-Finishing-Polishing-Portable/dp/B079P6RFLP/ref=sr_1_99?crid=QPXC6ZTY6G2&dchild=1&keywords=knife+sharpener&qid=1587392843&sprefix=knife%2Caps%2C171&sr=8-99
  11. Foard, When I used these on my baby stroller carts, I chose the ones that were easiest to mount on my conversion. My wife made me buy a bigger Rugged Gear cart, because she kept adding more stuff to our cart. Those of us who have been married a long time know "what mama wants, mama gets".
  12. Amazon has them https://www.amazon.com/s?k=atv+gun+holder&crid=2I05TYDLQ69IK&sprefix=atv+gu%2Caps%2C170&ref=nb_sb_ss_i_4_6
  13. Marshal reminded me of a dog trainer to whom my brother sent his new Black Lab. His old bird dog had died and the trainer he had used before had retired. He visited a new trainer and watched him work a couple of his dogs. Afterwards, he asked my brother if he would like to come inside for a beer before he returned home. When they were seated, the trainer called over his Yellow Lab and commanded him to fetch a beer. The dog trotted over to the fridge in the "man-cave", grabbed the hand towel that was attached to the handle of the fridge, pulled the door open, picked up a can of Miller Lite and brought it over to the owner who handed it to my brother. My brother said he didn't bother to checkout any other trainers. My brother's new bird dog is a great retriever, but he doesn't fetch beers. Yes, my brother is a notorious BSer, but his wife, who is pretty forthright, claims that the story is true.
  14. I just had this problem this Monday after several tornadoes in the Chattanooga area left us without power for four days. I hadn't thought about one of my oil filter wrenches, but I used a similar wrench that has a rubber strap that has an adjustable length. I felt like a total "wussy" because attempts to remove the cap by failed while I was being "supervised" by the wife. Lumpy was faster on the draw than me
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