You folks know any place to buy the Military Bunny Boots? Either the white ones or the black ones, or do you have a suggestion for a boot that is as good as those were to keep your feet warm for ice fishing, stand hunting, extreme cold? Thanks
Does anyone know the exact inside dimensions from post to post ? Can't be over 6 1/2" inside jaw to jaw or post to post in Indiana. Really hoping it isn't over that, these will make a excellent out of the box coyote trap.
ya im familiar with the 3 numbers, just not finding the right size to fit the bar. Its a 3/8", .050, with 84 drives. Was going to work with my stihl chain and have heard varying stories on the need for actual ripping chain. That Wranglerstar guy seems to have no problem with factory chain. Thanks for the tips, and good looking cabin
order the ripping chain from oregon. that is a common chain you need.
72???J 084 72 is .050, J is skip chain, 084 is the drivers. I don't remember the ripping part without looking in the book
Old timers used to put out about a half a bale of hay and set there traps in it much like the hay set. Only they would add a few strips of bacon or meat scraps and burn the pile of hay. The fire would remove any unwanted scent from the traps and partially cook the meat. I know it works on fox and don't see why it won't work for coyotes. Making a variation of this set with just ashes should work just fine I would think.
Canada is barely a generation removed from being owned by hereditary monarchs...people here are only too happy to take a knee for any (This word is unacceptable on Trapperman) in the government...like good little subjects. Some will talk a big line about liberty but if the chips were down they'll trade freedom for safety in a heartbeat. The government is supposed to work for you and should have a healthy fear of a free people, but lots of people would rather just be lead
I'm trying to remember what I used in my old motorcycle tanks. It's an epoxy and you don't want to remove all the rust as that's part of what it adheres to. I've put on over 80K on one bike I did that to and never had a problem. Will see if I can find the can.