In the wine? No, on the narrow strapping. These zinc-plated, spring-loaded cam buckles are 3/4” ID and measure 1-3/8" long x 3/8" thick with a hefty 450-lb capacity, assuming you use the right sort of strap.
We don’t know what it means either, but it’s written on this package of excellent wood-handled nylon-bristle artists’ brushes. You’ll get (6) in graduated sizes from approx 1” down to approx 1/4”. Lengths range from 9” to approx 8-1/2”. Made in Japan by Yinghua.
And double-sided, and thin. So much double-sided tape is thick foam, but this is a skinny .003”, like ordinary tape. Our each is a 225-foot roll of clear, double-sided tape on a 3” core. Make a nice clean cut and it’s easier to peel the backing off.
You don’t have to be a medic to appreciate this rubberized medic’s bag from, we suspect but aren’t posilutely sure, Uncle Sam. In deep olive drab, 8" x 5" x 4-3/4", with a hook-and-loop closure on top, an adjustable 64” shoulder strap and 1-3/8” belt loops on two sides. We like it for toting lunch or anything else you need to keep dry (your powder?) in the woods.
Double-sided foam mounting tape, photo-safe, from the tape kings at 3M. This spool measures 1/2” wide x .054” thick, and you’ll get 150” of it. Rated to hold up to a 2-lb load. At this price, grab two and start taping.
There are myriad uses for these colored and unfinished wooden cubes. (Yes, myriad, which is even more than several plethoras.) These cubes are 5/8” on a side and there are (42) of them in each pack, and we’ll send you a pack of colored and a pack of unfinished. Now go think of something clever to make besides a bunch of dice. Although there’s nothing wrong with a bunch of hand-painted dice.
Salmon scale. Whatever didn’t get away. This is the nicest fisherperson’s spring scale we’ve ever seen. Measures 6-1/2” long x 3/4” dia in anodized aluminum with a 4” long T-handle on top, plus a padded hook. Has an adjusting screw, an 11/16” hook for the fish on the bottom, and a 20-lb capacity graduated in 1/2-lb increments. Made for Cabela’s.
Just like (pretty much) the old steel ammo can GIs carried, and then carried home to their garage workshops, but in olive drab plastic, which doesn’t rust. Measures 11" x 7" x 5" with a gasketed flip-up lid, 3” latch and a 5-1/4” folding handle on top.
We’re music-loving folk here at the surplus capital of America, so we like this high-quality, triangular, olive drab nylon case, originally intended to be a gun case, for toting your ukulele from luau to tiki bar. Padded, measures 22” long x 10” wide at the big end, narrowing to approx 4” at the bottom. Zipper on (3) sides, shoulder strap, outside 5” x 7-1/2” flapped pocket, and myriad slots on both sides. Also good for a junior fiddle, or some flutes and tin whistles.
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