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    Picture day gun cleaning cabinet on wheels

    I was always hunting for my cleaning supplies after shooting at the range, so I seen Sears had this cabinet on sale and thought I could turn it into a gun center where I could keep my tools, install scopes, maintain my guns and keep parts and patches all in one spot.

    To set my scopes verticle cross hairs I hang a gallon jug of water with yellow contractors string from the floor joists at the far end of the basement and have one of those spring clamp- on lights shining on it, then I wheel the cart to the other end of the basement and put the gun in the Outers gun cleaning vise. it's the best system I have come up with to maintain and work on my guns.

    Sears ran a special on the Whia torque screwdriver set, I think I saved 60-90 dollars, can't remember for sure, it sure makes it nice when tightening scope bases and rings.
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    Last edited by tackit; 06-26-2011 at 06:55 PM.

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    OK Tackit,

    You aren't surprising me any more. I am on to you, you and I are on the same page.
    We do like our things organized.
    Another very fine job, great idea. Thank you.
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    Cool

    You all are just going to upset Brian showing your organizational skills!
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    I enjoy organizing and labeling things too! You guys have given me a great idea- try it on my tool boxes .

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    I do read this stuff ya know.......



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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    OK Tackit,

    You aren't surprising me any more. I am on to you, you and I are on the same page.
    We do like our things organized.
    Another very fine job, great idea. Thank you.
    Glad to contribute to the website Randy, ideas is what it's all about.

    Thanks guys for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    I do read this stuff ya know.......
    It was a test...you passed this time
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    Very nice! I'll take that Dillon off your hands if you want! ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Very nice! I'll take that Dillon off your hands if you want! ;)

    They are nice, never been even a moment I was sorry I bought a Dillon.

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