WTB Gun Safe and Tyvex Scraps

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  1. Ed Call

    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    Sell/trade me your old gun safe.
    I will take what ever scraps of that Tyvex house wrap you have too.
    Unrelated uses, but both will serve a solid purpose.
     
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    How much house wrap you need Ed?
    Chris,
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    If Builder can't help I should be able to get you what you need. One of my buddies I backpacked with last weekend has a ton of it, just let me know how big of a piece/pieces you're looking for.
     
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    Are we getting ready to see Mumbles on America's Got Talent ;)
     
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    I'm guessing the tyvek is for wings on prince nymphs.
     
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    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    Tyvex is for possible lightweight tarps, backpacking gear storage bags and such. Tarp would be awesome full sheet width, but not essential. Organizer bags would be remnant scraps.

    I have no talent. Prince nymph wings, good idea.
     
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    I've got over half of a 100ft. roll left on some 6 mil poly sheeting. It opens 10 ft. wide. Might be heavier than what you're looking for but you're welcome to as much of it as you'd like.
     
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    My buddy made a kite out of tyvek years ago. Took it to the mall in DC and flew it. It was over 8' tall and he used several bed sheets for the tail. Got it airborne and handed the controls to his 110lb wife, she lifted off and he was able to grab her around the knees before she wound up flying over the Capitol Building.

    Fun times - there may have been beer involved...:)
     
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    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    Steve, a 15' long piece of that, how small would it fold down? I'm not familiar with that exact material, but it sounds like the supply source is there!!
     
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    I'm just curious to see what pattern you'll tie with the gun safe . . .
     
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    Umm...a deep diver with some serious jigging action?
     
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    Ed, you could also make a couple little hammocks for the girls with Tyvek. It would make a fun project and they might enjoy the beating up - softening of the fabric part.
     
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    I'll cut a piece off and see what it will fold into. Do you want me to ship it to you? Might fit in a flat rate envelope.
     
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    Steve, that would work. Tell me how much $$ to send your way.
     
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