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About syntaxerrorsix

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  • Birthday 04/12/1974

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    Lakeland, FL.

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    Cave diving, firearms, knives, backpacking, Ham radio, general gear whore.

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    Roof manufacturer technical representative.

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  1. syntaxerrorsix

    Like snakes?

    I like them well enough. Thankfully we haven't seen any venomous snakes in the yard but the state is full of them. We've got a Ring Necks all over the place, I've got to root through the fire pit before use to remove them. Here are a few from some of my hiking.
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    Civilian gear just not good enough

    All of my "civilian" gear is better than my issue gear. I think the only thing I use anymore is my duffel bag (to put my good backpack in when flying) a couple of web belts, an old ALICE pack full of roofing materials and a poncho liner.
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    What add-ons/extensions do you run on your browser?

    Just Addblock.
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    Best Looking Knives Ever

    Those Loveless knives are plain badass. They also start in the ~ 5K range go right on up to new car price tag territory. These are more my price range unfortunately.
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    Food Thread

    Homemade tortillas for breakfast tacos. Dutch Oven "no knead" bread. Goat curry
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    Food Thread

    I cook our evening meals and we fend for ourselves during the day. I bake and cook. I've got a pretty good range. Cast Iron Bacon cinnamon buns. Cornbread Homemade Paneer Cheese for the curry. Cast iron sourdough bread. Cevichi Sushi Cast iron pizza.
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    Boxes for your knives

    I used too. All of my knives are users and the having the box isn't going to raise any potential resale value.
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    knife sharpeners

    For hand sharpening I use Spyderco ceramic bench stones.
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    No more EBR for me; how to camo your AR...

    Nice! I did a rattle can job on mine as well.
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    knife sharpeners

    Yep, Worksharp. I still sharpen all of my folders by hand but all of my fixed blade and kitchen knives get the belt with excellent results.
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    Anyone watching The Haunting of HIll House?

    It was pretty good. It's not even remotely that scary. There are a few creepy scenes for sure.
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    Remington Tac-13 Damn!

    For $200 you sure can
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    Glock 43 Owners

    This. Best Kydex OWB I own. However, when I'm in the mood for leather (which is most of the time) I have a Milt Sparks in 55BNS in cordovan with a matching basket stamped belt. For IWB I use a Sparks Summer Special. I've tried Alien Gear and while it's fine it feels and looks completely soulless. Just doesn't speak to me. FTR most of my carry guns ride in a Milt Sparks.
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    Show off your Khukuris

    These are my two. The top is from the Kukri House and the other is from Himalayan Imports. The larger one is a yard tool and gets semi-regular use (it's heavily patina'd at this point). The horn handle has a small chip from an errant swing but otherwise it has held up as expected. The smaller one hangs on the wall, it's a little too small for yard work and a little too big for woods carry however it's a fine piece for the Zombie Apocalypse.
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    Tac14

    It's a pistol brace not a stock. That's how it's done for AR pistols as well when you don't want to spend $200.
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