Discussion in 'Silver' started by Sonic, Sep 29, 2014.
How do you stop splash back?
I had one with me visiting a mate, he asked how much and grabbed it for his kids birthday.
There's gotta be someone here with a solid silver butt plug.
I promise to take it out if it hurts.
Probably why they bought the 10 oz silver bullet. Thought it was for the werewolf.
10oz? Is this amature hour?
I carry at least a 100 oz silver bullet in my but at all times;D those werewolfs need heavy firepower to die
Only spot to keep it safe! Sometimes I like to be prepared for multiple werewolfs.
Gee, I can think of better spots.
You guys are so classy.
My mag(a**) can hold 4 100oz bullets before I need to reload
I do NOT restrict my pocket piece to a PM. Depending on my mood, it can be gold, platinum, silver, any combination or non-PM. My pocket piece du jour is a 1923 Germany Notgeld (hyper-inflationary emergency money) 500,000,000 Mark coin...
Why are the 2 coins pictures in this thread of naked men?
In my backpack I always have a swiss army knife, a leatherman tool thingy with a torch.
Pen and paper and camera and magnifying glass.
ACouple of 66 50c and a generic Silver ounce bar.
A few vegimite and tomoto sauce sachets.
Lets not get started with what I keep in my car.......
Sounds like you would last about 3 days if SHTF ;P
This thread derailed when the guys started talking about silver bullets ahahah
More than enough time to get to my bug out shipping container.........
I had a Gerber (leatherman thingy) and a swiss army knife until I discovered that the only thing on the Swiss Army Knife that wasn't on the Gerber was the corkscrew, and that is pretty much redundant now. Bag is a bit lighter.
Murphy's Law dictates that you will be trapped in a vintage wine cellar for a week without that corkscrew.
That's probably 2 days longer than most of the population who would panic the minute McD's and KFC ran out of food.
Still on the topic of every-day-carry, I have a titanium micro tool with my keys that has a pry bar which would come in handy if I was stuck in a lift due to sudden power failure or some catastrophe. Maybe not so important in Australia, but I used to live in a place that had frequent earthquakes and the risk was higher.
Yeah I carry 1 silver dollar, I like the look of it and think Id much rather a silver piece than an orange 20 dollar note, ( rough spot price for silver today). Also it may be handy for bartering in a buying and selling situation.
James Bond had a suitcase in "From Russia With Love" and it had a strip of gold sovereigns hidden in it for emergencies.
I thought that was a good idea but a bit too much to invest in something that might be the target of a random theft anyway.
I used to have an old Russian crown sized coin which was only good for carrying around in my pocket as most of the details had been worn off. I spent so much time trying to roll it across the back of my fingers that it was getting in the way of work so after it went throught he wash for about the fourth time I just left it by the washing machine.
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