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Ray-O-Vac Industrial Grade Flashlight mini review and simple modification. - lightknot modification, simple, review, mini, Flashlight, Grade, Industrial, Ray O Vac,
Budget lights: RAY-O-VAC Industrial Grade LED Flashlights. Aluminum titanium bodies, heavy shock absorbing rubber shrouds on the head and tail. The larger, 3C battery 140 lumen, 2 mode version was purchased at Home Depot iin Arizona, USA. The light is OK, (for a budget light) stock, quite a tight thrower, but not up to flashaholic lumen standards. Immediately after purchase a quick disassembly was in order. Head, emitter and reflector were all glued, but with a flexible rubber cement type glue that was possible to break. The the emitter, heat sink, and reflectors were pulled first. Next a standard (P-60 sized) SST-50 drop was wrapped in with several turns of copper foil and pressed (threaded) it into the head. Reassembed, and Voila! A multi purpose, heavy duty, budget flashlight with a mega-bright high and a useful low. Mod took 15 minutes. There are plans to replace the stock emitter with an SST-90 and re-install with the original aluminum heat sink. Easy, fun mod, these bodies come in 2 x AA and 3 x C battery configurations, and they are built like tanks. Specs from...
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Trying to keep it simple. Phone, sunglasses, flashlight, knife and cardholder.



Editor’s Note: While the gear is nice I feel like you could go simpler if you opted for a less tactical knife/flashlight pairing. Something like a thinner folder and maybe a single-cell light instead would keep you carrying lighter. Just a suggestion… thanks for sharing!



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[The Modern Survivalist - Blog] Crime on the Rise: Three simple Tips to keep in Mind - bot Mind, keep, Tips, simple, Three, Rise, Crime, Blog, Survivalist, Modern,
Crime on the Rise: Three simple Tips to keep in Mind

Just an FYI, locally, Topeka KS, we are starting to see the same kind of robberies you wrote about some time ago. The bad guys are following the victims home and jacking them in their driveway, or as they try to go to the front door.  A recent case had the bad guy actually run


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[SurvivalBlog.com] Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home - bot Home, Suburban, Prepping, Simple, Letter, SurvivalBlogcom,
Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home


Dear Editor: Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the...


Dear Editor:

Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the butter and either water-bathed it or simply sealed the hot jars without processing. Heat shocks botulism spores (which are normally harmless) into producing the toxin. To prevent that, botulism needs the much higher temperature of pressure canning to be killed. Even then, fat molecules in foods such as butter and...

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Letter Re: Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home


Dear Editor: Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the...


Dear Editor:

Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite made a common error in thinking that home canning butter is a good idea. Canning butter at home is not a good idea. Botulism toxin cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted and it can be present in canned butter. I'm guessing that Keep-it-Simple heated the butter and either water-bathed it or simply sealed the hot jars without processing. Heat shocks botulism spores (which are normally harmless) into producing the toxin. To prevent that, botulism needs the much higher temperature of pressure canning to be killed. Even then, fat molecules in foods such as butter and...

[SurvivalBlog.com] Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home, by Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite - bot Suburbanite, Keep it Simple, Home, Prepping, Simple, SurvivalBlogcom,
Simple Prepping for the Suburban Home, by Keep-it-Simple Suburbanite


Our family lives in an average house on an average lot near the edge of an average midwestern city.  While we have two evacuation invitations and are looking into purchasing “camping land”, our primary plan is to shelter in place.  From the very beginning, JWR’s “blinding flash of the...


Our family lives in an average house on an average lot near the edge of an average midwestern city.  While we have two evacuation invitations and are looking into purchasing “camping land”, our primary plan is to shelter in place.  From the very beginning, JWR’s “blinding flash of the obvious” has been the watchword in my quest for simplicity.  Limited time, space and resources have led to some streamlining that might give others a few helpful ideas.


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Have you ever felt overwhelmed and intimidated by all the great gardening advice you read here on...

[everyday-carry.com] submitted by Johnny Trying to keep it simple. Phone,... - bot Phone, simple, keep, Johnny Trying, submitted, everyday carrycom,
submitted by Johnny

Trying to keep it simple. Phone,...




submitted by Johnny



Trying to keep it simple. Phone, sunglasses, flashlight, knife and cardholder.



Editor’s Note: While the gear is nice I feel like you could go simpler if you opted for a less tactical knife/flashlight pairing. Something like a thinner folder and maybe a single-cell light instead would keep you carrying lighter. Just a suggestion… thanks for sharing!



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