Photo slideshow……Enjoy!

Hey all – 

Every so often I throw together a few pictures I gather from my travels across the Internet. Last time it was all guns – this time a combination of things. Hope you see something you like.

– – – Rourke

 

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The Bargain Basement

2 Pack Military P-51 Can Openers – a classic design that works with no electricity. Under $3.00 with Free Shipping.

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Commando Wire Saw – Handy and lightweight saw for small cutting jobs. Under $2.00 with Free Shipping.

11 Function Credit Card Sized Survival Tool – Includes a can opener, knife edge, screwdriver, ruler, cap opener, 4-position wrench, butterfly screw wrench, saw blade, direction ancillary wrench, 2-position wrench, and a keychain hole. Less than $2.00 and .30 cents for shipping.

Mini CREE LED Compact Flashlight – this is a great light at an estimated 130 lumens. Run on a single AA battery. Perfect for the glove box, kitchen drawer, or survival kit. Under $4.00 with Free Shipping.

10 in 1 Camping/Survival Tool – This thing is pretty cool especially if you are into gadgets. Compass, Fire Starter Flint, Thermometer, Hygrometer, Magnifier, Whistle, Mirror, Ruler, LED Light. Great for Camping Hiking, Fishing etc. Under $8.00 with Free Shipping on orders $35 or more.

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Solar Powered LED Keychain Light – Yeah, I have one of these and it works well. It throws out enough light to see walking through a dark house or placing a key in a doorknob. Never needs batteries as it has a mini solar panel built in. Cost: about $2.00 including shipping.

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  1. I have seen several remote Alaskan houses with nail barricades along the windows and a bear fence of similar around the perimeter. Nice photos.

    Thanks,
    PR

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