After seeing videos on YouTube and having my own experience with dying military surplus thought I’d make a video about it. Hope this helps others. -13
Uh-oh, another, thought I’d done this already! What the hell is going on in my head!
On topic! Here is my Works-For-Me moon clip carrier. Cannot believe how well it works! For me. Thinking mostly everything is in the video so I’ll make some brief notes here.
S&W 642 J-Frame size.
I had everything on hand for this project. The medicine bottles, specimen tubes, hot melt glue and small screws.
Tools required, some type of saw that will saw brittle plastics. A way to drill. A screwdriver.
The reason I didn’t make the specimen tube shorter (2″) is because the bullet part of the round came into contact with the tube lid. In addition, the bottle seems to be tapered, so the further the rounds were inserted the tighter they became. To much for a quick release.
Next ones I’ll make will use larger stainless screws. So far I have not had any problems with these at all. Currently I’m experimenting with bat grip tape wrapped around the bottle. So far the results are promising but time will tell. Let me know what you think. Thank you for checking out my stuff. -13
Here’s the video.
This Preparedness – Prepper – Hiker Vacuum Sealer Tip may get you arrested. Sensational title but true. Those of us who take multiple pills whether they’re prescription medications or supplements often use those multi-dose/day pill containers. Doing so could get you arrested, maybe prosecuted. Prescription medications are supposed to remain in their original container according to the law as I understand it.
There are all sorts of possibilities which is why the only advise I ever give anyone is, seek the advise of legal counsel and medical professionals before you do whatever it is you’re up to.
I made these pill packs originally for backpacking/hiking trips and as a way to carry a small amount of vital medications on my person at all times. Ever miss your ibuprofen, antihistamine or whatever because you didn’t have it with you? Yeah me too but no longer. Plus it helps save money buying in bulk and having to not throw out medications stored improperly.
I make up a new pack/s every time I have to open bulk meds. Usually fill one or two of the individual pouches and then put the rest in a larger pouch for long-term storage. I always include the name of the drug/supplement, type/concentration, lot number and expiration date. I never separate this information from anything I place in these pouches until I’d consumed the contents. It’s very important to keep them together.
Things I find helpful to have on hand, a red sharpie makes it easier for me to see the marks so I can line them up with the heat sealer portion of the vacuum sealer. A funnel helps with precise placement of the pills. I have a short extension of soft plastic tubing but couldn’t find it for the video. It’s good for reaching to the deepest part of the pouch when trying to get pills that want to grab the pouch material instead of slide.
To make the pill packs I use an 11″ vacuum sealer roll like the rolls in this link. 2 Pack – SimpleHouseware 11″ x 50′ Commercial Vacuum Sealer Rolls Food Storage Saver Compatible to Foodsaver Sous Vide (total 100 feet) To make the template I used microsoft publisher then converted it into a downloadable PDF file located here. PILL PACK DIVIDER INDIVIDUAL DOSE TEMPLATE When looking at the template the top and bottom two boxes are larger than the center boxes. They’re larger to account for the various size factory sealed edges.
I laminated my second printing for durability because the first one was getting beat up from use, and also added a grommet to hang up or bind with other similar items.
Expired meds shown in the video are kept past their expiration date if preserved correctly following the DoD Shelf Life Extension Program. I would include a link but the government has removed them. Not sure how you’ll get that info now I don’t have anything to share at the time of this posting. Research it maybe you’ll find something.
Everything else I think, is in the video. Check it out. -13
The truth about the Cobra CDR 840 dash camera like no other. If you would really like to know more about this camera and my experience just watch the video and you’ll see how I really feel about this dash camera. Sometimes, there are no words to express an experience, you have to be there, or, watch the video. The video is a little long but I don’t think I left anything out. Hope this little video helps you make your purchasing decision wiser. One small tip, use a 64 GB card if you want to capture over one hundred 3 minute videos so the auto over record doesn’t delete the footage from earlier in the day. -13
I can hardly believe the numbers. I’ve been messing around over at YouTube getting things in order over there, trying to understand things better and clicked on the wrong button. It went to the first page of my videos. When I was checking out the views on the videos listed I couldn’t believe how many views my compost sifter had. It’s really exciting to see that there are many people interested in composting and possibliy organic gardening. Really hope my video inspires and lifts people up. -13
South Florida Driving 101 goes to the Car Wash. Made a video at one of the places I’ll stop by to get a quick wash. Usually works and cleans it up all shinny but not too sure the undercarrage wash is working since I can’t hear or feel the water hitting the underside of the car. Tried the split screen thing for a couple of the wide shots, also for the side view. Didn’t turn out how I would have liked but it works.
What surprised me was how long it is. Couldn’t figure out how to make it shorter using editing. I could have sped up the playback speed but tried it and it was to jerky and had a dizzying effect. Don’t think making peoples head spin watching a video might be good. Somebody might get sick. It’s better everyone has a good time.
I wanted to get a better angle to capture more of the side motion but there is no place to mount the camera’s in the car where they need to be placed to get that kind of footage. I may get it using a mini van if I can mount the cameras but that, is another project to add to the list. -13
South Florida Driving 101 Dash Cam Compilation 13, 14, 15 are online. 13 has the usual no signal kind of stuff with plenty of cut-offs. 14 of course includes all the no signal cut-offs it also has “confused?” which features a truck with turn signal in use completely change directions and “what is going on up there” featuring a driver having a hard time getting between the line. Then there is “pedestrian crossing” with a little humor and word play. 15 features another “follow me” fool that deserves special attention for making everyone wait and cutting off the entire intersection to avoid doing it the right way. There is a near miss and perfect demonstration of why to use indicator signals and blind spots. There are a couple of consistency bad drivers on exhibit as well. Another rearview montage. An old man tying his shoes never looks for traffic, just up and walks into the path of bicycle, lucky old man. Also a close call with a tractor-trailer
On the iMovie learning side of things I’ve discovered that when using picture-in-picture pressing the command key allows movement of the image without snapping to those annoying lines that wouldn’t let me line things up the way I wanted. The other precision movement thing learned was that if I expanded the timeline out as much as it allowed I could get exact placement on any item. I found this to be particularly helpful when trying to get my audio timing perfect. Thats all I can think of for now. -13