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    It's cool, just thinking as they have rubberised foam seals.


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    John61rm :
    Thank you !
    Let me know what I can get here that you may find hard to get over there
    ... I'll be more than happy to send some over.
    Thanks again

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    case

    The Altoid tins are also lighter than most others I've seen.
    Last edited by Midge_Fodder; 20-04-2016 at 12:09 AM.
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    Isn't it nice when someone says "that's a great piece of kit, where did you buy that", then you can modestly reply "you can't buy it, I made it myself". The moral is, it's amazing what you can achieve if you put your mind to it.

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    Oh I didnt know you could get tins with seals that would be way better than the altoid tins. See thats what you get for living in the country nothing that advanced has happen here yet.

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    Woody: Thats a very good idea I see what I can come up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john61rm View Post
    Oh I didnt know you could get tins with seals that would be way better than the altoid tins. See thats what you get for living in the country nothing that advanced has happen here yet.
    Trust me, it's understandable. I'm a country boy myself.
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    Isn't it nice when someone says "that's a great piece of kit, where did you buy that", then you can modestly reply "you can't buy it, I made it myself". The moral is, it's amazing what you can achieve if you put your mind to it.

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    Every since i moved here away from the city I have been left behind (thankfully) and the highlight of the day is seeing wildlife in action.
    Its odd some of my neighbours who have lived here all their lives can't get over the amount that I see and at first they thought that I was making it up, in point my wife saw a Fisher (predator up to about 10lbs) and did not know what it was so she looked it up on the internet and that night she put it on her blog and several of the neighbours told her that what she saw was a mink (predator up to about 2lbs) it was not until I found some prints that people then believed.
    Im glad that Im being left behind its so much more relaxing here shhh don't tell everyone other wise civilization will come and find me.

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    Woody: Wet moulding! Forgot to mention leather is 5mm thick, I like things to last.
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    Drying in the potting shed.
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    ...so that's how you do it!
    Thanks Jon.

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    It easy when you know how, bit off plywood cut over sized to allow for the leather, wet the leather and clamp in place. the hardest part is waiting for it to dry lol.

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