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  • New Knife Tuesday

    So, technically the knife arrived Monday but I wasn't feeling well so here we are

    The model of this knife is called the Backpacker. It is an all-around camp knife that is versatile enough for bush crafting and skinning 

    The steel is 15n20, which is what they use to make giant sawmills from. Tough, toothy, and takes a beating

    But the real pride and joy is the wood. It is over 200 years old. Reclaimed wood the Bill the Buther's ferry (William Poole)

    If you have seen Gangs of New York you would recognize the name

  • Re: New knife

  • Re: First knife

    gmac said:
    @FanOfFanboys well, my wife did make it very clear exactly how many knives I would need to make in a year and how many hundreds of dollars I would need to make on each one before I could quit my job. Gonna have to get a lot, lot better before that happens :) 

    But I admit, the idea of selling a few a year for some hobby money has entered my mind a bit. 
    haha! yeah I am not sure how it all worked detail wise for guy I know but he did sell knives part-time for a couple years at least, maybe longer, before he made jump to full time. and his wife was onboard before it happened too!
  • Re: Way OT - Dave ramsey

    and she listens to his podcast every day. she is really into it and is pushing me constantly to be smarter fiscally. 
  • If you ever need prescriptions for your or pet? check this out

    So my lab needed some antibiotics the other week. Usually I just get from my vet. But the vet said I could probably get cheaper from a local pharmacy. So I called the Walgreens I normally use and was told $22 but to check out a website called because they sometimes have coupons

    Well the site ask you to enter the medication, dosage, and how many pills. It then shows you the prices for all local pharmacies in your area

    I was able to get the same prescription for $4.00 even.

    Well the dog had some stomach problems on that antibiotic so vet switched to something else. Was $25 at vet, using that site I found it for $11.87

    They have an app, which I have downloaded, and it has already saved me money. The same dog needed some steroids and I was able to get for less than $10 when it was over $20 at vet and other local pharmacies. 

    So if you, anyone in your family, or any pets ever need a prescription take a few minutes and search that site/app. I have always used walgreens for my medication prescriptions and they have not been the lowest priced everytime when I search using this app. Some places even had prescriptions for free, like Publix with amoxicillin 

    Hope this helps y'all as much as it helped me
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