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For Sale & Trade • acreage in Southern Colorado

February 23, 2018 lndtrdr 0

We have a place 1 mile west of La Veta that will be going up for sale in the near future. It has a lot of prepper resources that will have to be cleared out for regular buyers. Things like stored grain, tools, lumber, and fasteners like screws, bolt…

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For Sale & Trade • Mountain House Food Available (Phoenix AZ)

September 27, 2017 kenS 0

I am moving and don’t want to move this food supply with me.

Purchased Mountain House packages from Nitro-Pak (now out of business) in Dec. of 2010, so 7 years into the 25 year life span of the products.

Purchased “Platinum Reserve” and “Gold Reserve” packages. I can provide the complete list of items.

I haven’t verified that these are exactly the same, but gives an idea of what’s in each package.
See: http://www.foodstoragereviewer.com/prod … erve-unit/
http://www.freezedriedsurvivalfood.com/ … d-reserve/

I’m in central Phoenix.

You can call me: 623-748-7314.

Thx
Ken

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For Sale & Trade • Mountain House Food Available (Phoenix AZ)

September 27, 2017 kenS 0

I am moving and don’t want to move this food supply with me.

Purchased Mountain House packages from Nitro-Pak (now out of business) in Dec. of 2010, so 7 years into the 25 year life span of the products.

Purchased “Platinum Reserve” and “Gold Reserve” packages. I can provide the complete list of items.

I haven’t verified that these are exactly the same, but gives an idea of what’s in each package.
See: http://www.foodstoragereviewer.com/prod … erve-unit/
http://www.freezedriedsurvivalfood.com/ … d-reserve/

I’m in central Phoenix.

You can call me: 623-748-7314.

Thx
Ken

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For Sale & Trade • Alaska Utility Light !!

September 26, 2017 BigArroyo 0

Hello,

I’ll be in Northern Idaho this weekend with my LED Strip lights I manufacture. Made for the marine market, many commercial fish boats in Alaska employ my light. Waterproof, durable, energy sipping, bright and long lasting they are fantastic for off grid properties. $25 per unit in cool & warm color temps.

310-600-7377

Big Arroyo

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For Sale & Trade • Wyoming retreat property

June 10, 2017 risky buisness 0

Wyoming retreat property.
4 bedroom 2 bath home, on 20 acres. fenced, with good well and several springs. heats with pellet stove and propane back up. 8000 watt propane back up generator, with 500 gallon tank. area for STOL landing strip on property. South West Wyoming, 10 miles from a smaller rural community 2500 ppl, good hospital and schools, local shopping. plenty of wide open spaces. coal and gas/oil production, wind energy production very nearby, as is a power generating facility for employment possibilities. home is situated in a small 12-15 family semi community, paved access with good winter access. no further subdivision is permitted, so no new homes or infringements. Great meadow for grass/ livestock production. BLM/State property access out of the back gate IE 1,000,000 acres for recreation.
leave a message on this board for further information thanx, risky buisness

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 10, 2017 6:56 pm


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For Sale & Trade • Wyoming retreat property

June 10, 2017 risky buisness 0

Wyoming retreat property.
4 bedroom 2 bath home, on 20 acres. fenced, with good well and several springs. heats with pellet stove and propane back up. 8000 watt propane back up generator, with 500 gallon tank. area for STOL landing strip on property. South West Wyoming, 10 miles from a smaller rural community 2500 ppl, good hospital and schools, local shopping. plenty of wide open spaces. coal and gas/oil production, wind energy production very nearby, as is a power generating facility for employment possibilities. home is situated in a small 12-15 family semi community, paved access with good winter access. no further subdivision is permitted, so no new homes or infringements. Great meadow for grass/ livestock production. BLM/State property access out of the back gate IE 1,000,000 acres for recreation.
leave a message on this board for further information thanx, risky buisness

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 10, 2017 6:56 pm


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For Sale & Trade • Re: FS Pantry with 6 Shelf Reliance Systems and Foods

May 19, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

I’m currently looking EXACTLY for what you’re listing here, but unfortunately I’m am in CA…. :(

IMHO…You are listing a very good deal for the right person.(Me)

Shelf Reliance has changed their name to “Thrive Life”….. retail pricing has dropped(Been looking at these a while and they were $500) but I really don’t know if they’ve sacrificed quality on the newer listings vs. what you have.(That always seems to be the case these days)
http://yourownhomestore.thrivelife.com/all-products/shelving.html

Regardless, this is a very good deal even with the age of the food you’ve listed especially with the “Extras” and top-shelves you mention. :drool:

Really wish you lived closer…That would have been an immediate win-win for us both…..best of luck to you.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: FS Pantry with 6 Shelf Reliance Systems and Foods

May 19, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0

I’m currently looking EXACTLY for what you’re listing here, but unfortunately I’m am in CA…. :(

IMHO…You are listing a very good deal for the right person.(Me)

Shelf Reliance has changed their name to “Thrive Life”….. retail pricing has dropped(Been looking at these a while and they were $500) but I really don’t know if they’ve sacrificed quality on the newer listings vs. what you have.(That always seems to be the case these days)
http://yourownhomestore.thrivelife.com/all-products/shelving.html

Regardless, this is a very good deal even with the age of the food you’ve listed especially with the “Extras” and top-shelves you mention. :drool:

Really wish you lived closer…That would have been an immediate win-win for us both…..best of luck to you.

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For Sale & Trade • FS Pantry with 6 Shelf Reliance Systems and Foods

May 19, 2017 kisathoi 0

6 Large Shelf Reliance shelving Systems with Added Top Shelves (what was the Harvest model)- current retail is a bit over $500 per shelf; and food storage goods as pictured (most was purchased 5-7 years ago but still sealed and stored in heated/cooled, dark environment= everything from Cottage, Mozzarella and Cheddar cheeses, to a large quantity of Red canned cheddar and ghee. Aproximately $10K invested total- would take $1,500 for it all, to get it moved out quickly, Buyer will be responsible for pick-up in south, central Ohio- Lots of little extra included as I really need to clean out the whole storage area (Manual Grain Mill, etc)
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For Sale & Trade • FS Pantry with 6 Shelf Reliance Systems and Foods

May 19, 2017 kisathoi 0

6 Large Shelf Reliance shelving Systems with Added Top Shelves (what was the Harvest model)- current retail is a bit over $500 per shelf; and food storage goods as pictured (most was purchased 5-7 years ago but still sealed and stored in heated/cooled, dark environment= everything from Cottage, Mozzarella and Cheddar cheeses, to a large quantity of Red canned cheddar and ghee. Aproximately $10K invested total- would take $1,500 for it all, to get it moved out quickly, Buyer will be responsible for pick-up in south, central Ohio- Lots of little extra included as I really need to clean out the whole storage area (Manual Grain Mill, etc)
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For Sale & Trade • FS Pantry with 6 Shelf Reliance Systems and Foods

May 19, 2017 kisathoi 0

6 Large Shelf Reliance shelving Systems with Added Top Shelves (what was the Harvest model)- current retail is a bit over $500 per shelf; and food storage goods as pictured (most was purchased 5-7 years ago but still sealed and stored in heated/cooled, dark environment= everything from Cottage, Mozzarella and Cheddar cheeses, to a large quantity of Red canned cheddar and ghee. Aproximately $10K invested total- would take $1,500 for it all, to get it moved out quickly, Buyer will be responsible for pick-up in south, central Ohio- Lots of little extra included as I really need to clean out the whole storage area (Manual Grain Mill, etc)
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For Sale & Trade • Re: Emergency Essentials 160-gal. water tanks more than 50%

April 25, 2017 JayJay 0
oldasrocks wrote:
Down here in Missouri. You’ve probably seen some of them. 4 ft square and in a metal cage. I’ve no idea of water stored in them would stay good. All water can get algae in it.

The only reason I have one is to put it on the patio, run a line through the wall into a bathroom with a 12v demand pump attached inline. This would be done to give the ladies a flush toilet. I can fill it with well water. The well will be run for an hour or so a day.

Those are on CL often.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: Emergency Essentials 160-gal. water tanks more than 50%

April 25, 2017 Gunns 0

I looked at IBC totes and the EE160 gallon tank. I think I would still spring for totes for water catchment for the garden and such. But for potable water I may still spring for a manufactured tank designed specifically for that reason.

Totes around here are hard to find, especially those that did not have harmful chemicals in them.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: Emergency Essentials 160-gal. water tanks more than 50%

April 25, 2017 Gunns 0

I looked at IBC totes and the EE160 gallon tank. I think I would still spring for totes for water catchment for the garden and such. But for potable water I may still spring for a manufactured tank designed specifically for that reason.

Totes around here are hard to find, especially those that did not have harmful chemicals in them.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: Emergency Essentials 160-gal. water tanks more than 50%

April 24, 2017 rebnavy1862 0
oldasrocks wrote:
Several people around here are selling the 275 gallon water jugs. Someone thought it was a good money maker and everyone else thought so too. Now available for $50 a tank.

They are called IBC totes, International Bulk Containers. They are used to ship liquids around the world. I have a couple to collect rainwater for my garden. You HAVE to know what was in them. Farmers haves ones that contained herbicides and insecticides. Mulch dyers get mulch dye in them. The plastic, not food safe to begin with, is contaminated. It is not usuable for potable water, but fine for flushing.
They come in food grade, but you better know who you are buying from and trust them. A certified food grade IBC tote goes for around $200. So, the tanks that Georgiadawg is selling are a good deal. The fact that they are 29 inches and will fit through a door, makes them a bargain. An IBC tote is a four foot cube. Try squeezing that through a door.
Reb

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For Sale & Trade • Re: Emergency Essentials 160-gal. water tanks more than 50%

April 24, 2017 oldasrocks 0

Down here in Missouri. You’ve probably seen some of them. 4 ft square and in a metal cage. I’ve no idea of water stored in them would stay good. All water can get algae in it.

The only reason I have one is to put it on the patio, run a line through the wall into a bathroom with a 12v demand pump attached inline. This would be done to give the ladies a flush toilet. I can fill it with well water. The well will be run for an hour or so a day.

Statistics: Posted by oldasrocks — Sun Apr 23, 2017 10:19 pm


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For Sale & Trade • Re: Emergency Essentials 160-gal. water tanks more than 50%

April 24, 2017 oldasrocks 0

Down here in Missouri. You’ve probably seen some of them. 4 ft square and in a metal cage. I’ve no idea of water stored in them would stay good. All water can get algae in it.

The only reason I have one is to put it on the patio, run a line through the wall into a bathroom with a 12v demand pump attached inline. This would be done to give the ladies a flush toilet. I can fill it with well water. The well will be run for an hour or so a day.

Statistics: Posted by oldasrocks — Sun Apr 23, 2017 10:19 pm


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For Sale & Trade • Emergency Essentials 160-gal. water tanks more than 50% off

April 23, 2017 Georgia Dawg 0

Two 160-gallon water tanks for sale. $225 each or both for $400, CASH ONLY. List is $549 each and bought on sale for $370 each from Emergency Essentials.
Never been used, only stored in my garage. Includes tank caps, valves, plugs and food-safe fill hose. Located in Virginia Beach, VA and willing to deliver within 50 mile radius for both together.
Here is the write up from the company:
Make water storage more convenient and efficient with the 160-Gallon Water Reserve. Now you can easily store large quantities of water in much less space. The 160-Gallon Water Reserve is designed to be stacked two-high to give you the storage capacity of about six 55-gallon barrels in less than a 7.5-foot square area of floor space. Despite its large capacity, the Water Reserve still fits through a standard door.
Each tank is 29″ wide by 36″ deep by 46″ high. Ideal for storing water in a limited space.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: More about military field phones.

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

Agree with TSK’s response above. Tip and ring voice has been put on cattle fencing in the past as long as the wires were separated.

Not alot of cattle fence in my area though. I keep some CAT5E and CAT6 UTP on 1000′ spools, and a mix of connecting hardware and tools.

In regards to coax, not sure but it might be possible with a passive balun adapter to convert back over to line cord. Lots of different types. Examples:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/CCTV-Camera- … s/47603780
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/contro … pi=1876%2C{creative}%2C{keyword}&is=REG&A=details

Read specs/descriptions carefully, the Walmart example says CAT5, but doesn’t have a plug&play RJ45 connector, it’s 2 wire terminal. Also, transmission type is assuming CATV or similar if the distances appear short. It may possibly work longer for field phone transmission, assuming it works. I’ll have to give it a try though. It would be useful to keep a coax crimper and appropriate ends on hand if that’s the goal.

I do need to look at the sound powered units as options. That’s better than stocking more D batteries.

Statistics: Posted by NJMike — Wed Apr 05, 2017 10:48 am


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For Sale & Trade • Re: More about military field phones.

April 5, 2017 NJMike 0

Agree with TSK’s response above. Tip and ring voice has been put on cattle fencing in the past as long as the wires were separated.

Not alot of cattle fence in my area though. I keep some CAT5E and CAT6 UTP on 1000′ spools, and a mix of connecting hardware and tools.

In regards to coax, not sure but it might be possible with a passive balun adapter to convert back over to line cord. Lots of different types. Examples:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/CCTV-Camera- … s/47603780
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/contro … pi=1876%2C{creative}%2C{keyword}&is=REG&A=details

Read specs/descriptions carefully, the Walmart example says CAT5, but doesn’t have a plug&play RJ45 connector, it’s 2 wire terminal. Also, transmission type is assuming CATV or similar if the distances appear short. It may possibly work longer for field phone transmission, assuming it works. I’ll have to give it a try though. It would be useful to keep a coax crimper and appropriate ends on hand if that’s the goal.

I do need to look at the sound powered units as options. That’s better than stocking more D batteries.

Statistics: Posted by NJMike — Wed Apr 05, 2017 10:48 am


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For Sale & Trade • Re: More about military field phones.

April 3, 2017 dsk 0

The wire needed might be less important on shorter runs, in dry weather a fence wire and ground may do for a few miles, in moist weather the wire has to be insulated, or on insulators. The preferable is a pair of twisted copper wire awg 20 shold do for a pretty long run.

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For Sale & Trade • Re: Plans Bicycle Electricity Generator & Permanent MagnetMo

March 27, 2017 rebnavy1862 0
oldasrocks wrote:
If you pedal hard enough and fast enough you can generate enough juice to power the cooling fan for the motor. This is turn will heat the house plus the added feature of helping you to lose weight.

Rocks, maybe you could get a gubment grant like the study of shrimp on a treadmill featured on Fox News. :D
Reb
we need a “shrimp on a treadmill” emoticon

Statistics: Posted by rebnavy1862 — Mon Mar 27, 2017 1:37 pm