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*The* Gift-It-On Thread

Discussion in 'Other Chatter' started by g4ghb, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. Wilderbeast

    Wilderbeast Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    This is genius utter genius, this is better than E=MC^2 , in fact from now on the equation will be known as E=G4GHB
     
  2. beachlover

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    Was thinking more in terms of a couple of C cells, a motor, an eccentric wheel and a plastic casing ;)

     
  3. Biker

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    Oh so it's become a guessing game has it? Right I'm up for a challenge but I have a feeling it'll amount to hijacking this fragile thread.

    I'll shut up and just hope it's a red herring and you've actually got Kylie stashed away in you understairs cupboard.

    A court injunction doesn't apply if you own the thing does it? Let Kylie's lawyers figure that one out! Muhahahahahah!

    So we're waiting on Beachlover to turn up something
     
  4. Whittler Kev

    Whittler Kev Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Does it buzz a lot and the battery life is short if the eccentric wheel is really offset. Hope the plastic case is smooth too. Or am I just well out of it..(the pills are working overtime hehehehehehehe)
     
  5. beachlover

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    I've decided to keep the battery powered "toy."
    I have one of the field sharpening kits that were sold on here... Two stuck together wetstones and a wraparound strop. I've used it a couple of times, but it's in excellent nick.
    PM me if you want to take this and offer something up.
     
  6. apj1974

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    Right to beat biker I'll take Kylie and in exchange I'll offer a kit kat and a curly wurly!

    Sweet dreams everybody - back to reality in the morning!

    edit - current offer appeared whilst I was typing this and is now:

    Beachlover's field sharpening kit
     
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  7. Wild Thing

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    Beachlover

    Can I take the sharpening kit please an I will offer a Crusader billy tin with lid which has the retractable handle.

    PM sent to Beachlover
     
  8. beachlover

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    Nice one. If you let me have your addy now I'll try and post it tomorrow, as I'm off to a wedding at the weekend.

     
  9. Biker

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    Buggeration!

    Beachlover, you said you'd post your offerin the morning! You did.

    I went to bed last night with a smug grin on my face knowing I'd be up bright and early(6am your time) and have first dibs at Kylie... thus beating apj1974

    As for the thing that had 2 cells, off set motor and a plastic casing, all my tired brain could come up with was this:

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    Congrats to Wild Thing for nabbing the sharpening kit. :35: (I know where you live)

    Crusader Billy tin with lid and retractable handle is up for grabs
     
  10. beachlover

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    Blame it on the best part of a bottle of last years nettle wine. Not only do I have a thunderingly bad head this morning, I've had a good "talking to" from the other half about emptying out cupboards while she's asleep!
     
  11. Asa Samuel

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    Don't worry, I get that as well.
     
  12. Tank

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    bump bump...
     
  13. Whittler Kev

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    Just a reminder that it is a Crusader Billy tin with lid and retractable handle that is up for grabs
     
  14. Asa Samuel

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    Any chance of a picture?
     
  15. Wild Thing

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    No Probs

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    Or if no ones interested, you can have this instead.

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    It's a brand new, never user Doug Ritter RSK Mk5, Bought on impulse, but never used as I have plenty of small knives and I don't use this one.

    Let me know which you would want.

    Cheers

    Phill
     
  16. lab72

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    I ll take the billy can for lifeventure sleep light hammock i have never used it .
     

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  17. Biker

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    Is the hammock a net type or a sheet type? y'see I have a net one already.

    Edit. Just ran a google search and saw it's what I'd like so can I pretty please have that thenkyoop. Pm on it's way. I'm happy to help out with postage costs to france if you let me have your paypal details.

    Here's what I'm offering take your pick:

    A wooden spokeshave which is a joy to use, does the finishing a drawknife just can't manage. The plastic sign I snaffled away from a job after I replaced the door I'll let you add your own preface sign to it like "Alcohol" or "Kylie" etc. Nice to fix to your shed door.

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    A bit johnny come lately since we just had a canteen on offer but this one comes with a 0.5litre aluminium water bottle with a Grolsch type lid. New rubber seal.

    Dat's all folks.

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  18. lab72

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    sheet type
     
  19. Wild Thing

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    Crusader billy can gone to Lab72.

    PM sent for your address mate.

    Phill
     
  20. lab72

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    Hammock gone to Biker
     

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