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About micajones

  • Rank
    journeyman
  • Birthday 11/26/2017

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  • Occupation
    Contractor
  • Location
    Circling Uranus
  1. ASSORTED GEAR AND ACCESSORIES

    *All gear is new and never has been used in the field* MSR Coyote 24" picket- $15.00 Motorola Talkabout EM 1000-2way radios(5 mile)pair w/nicad battery packs & charger.-$30.00 Mountain Hardwear Full length gaiters(Like Crocs)-$40.00 2 Osprey Digistows-$20.00 for both Camp small pulley-$10.00 Mountain Hardwear SETA strapless running gaiters-$15.00 Adventure Medical Kit7 ultralight/watertight-$10.00 REI Lite-Core 1.5 short self-inflating sleeping pad-$50.00 Petzl Tikka plus w/ case-$20.00 Metoulious padded 5 loop adjustable gear sling-$30.00 Omega HMS Pear Locker w/ offset gate-$5.00 Marmot men's XL Precip, Light and Dark Blue-$40.00 First $220.00 takes it all plus two extra 'biners',a titanium collapsible spork, titanium long handled spoon, Outdoor Research stuff sack, and a gerber mini multi-tool; all for free. Must see to appreciate. Call or text at (509) 308-6160. PayPal prefered method of transaction.
  2. LaSportiva Trango S EVO men's size 11US or 44.5Euro. New in Box. Never used. $180.00USD. Will ship anywhere in US. Call (509)308-6160.
  3. GORE-TEX BIVY SACK

    Sold.
  4. The real Beavis?

    Got meth?
  5. Eureka 4 season tent

    Okay then, I'll pay shipping.
  6. Eureka 4 season tent

    Alpenlite 2XT. Used twice. Appx 6lbs. $120.00 USD. You pay shipping from Tri-Cities. Email at micajones2003@yahoo.com if interested.
  7. I'll buy a pair of these

    http://www.explodingcigar.com/article1315.html
  8. GORE-TEX BIVY SACK

    Made by Cormier Mountaineering, it's a basic "envelope" design with a single velcro strip for closure. No zippers or poles for weights sake. Extra long for gear/boot storage, and spectra tie-in loop to keep you anchored.Like new. First 50 bucks takes it. Comes with stuff sack. You pay shipping (from Richland WA). Email at micajones2003@yahoo.com if interested.
  9. Trimming Posts

    Goddamn dyslexia!!! I thought this was Posting Trim
  10. Just a reminder for cc.com users

    Pope banned? What else have I missed while in exile?
  11. Idi Amin almost dead

    Woo hoo!! Almost time to celebrate the death of another muslim tyrant with no regard for human life. Burn in Islamic hell, beeyotch.
  12. I just found a turtle in my backyard

    Take two-pounds turtle meat, cut in small pieces, braise in two ounces of butter with a little onion. Add one-half pint of cream and two hard-cooked eggs cut rather fine. Thicken with a little flour mixed first with cold milk. Salt and paprika to taste, a glass of Madeira, if desired, and serve from chafing-dish on squares of toast with sliced lemon. Mmmm...tastes like chicken.
  13. Packin' heat...

    SPECS Taurus Model PT145T Millennium Titanium .45 ACP DAO Auto Pistol Distributor .....Taurus International Firearms 16175 NW. 49th Ave. Miami, FL 33014 Model ..............................................PT145T Operation ...........................Recoil-operated double-action-only autoloader Caliber ............................................45 ACP Barrel length ...........................3.25 inches Overall length ..........................6.00 inches Weight, empty .......................17.3 ounces Safety ..........................Manual striker block; self-engaging firing pin block; Taurus Safety Lock Sights .........................................Low-profile three-white-dot system Sight radius .............................5.00 inches Rifling ............................6 grooves; RH twist Stocks .........Integral molded polymer frame Magazine capacity ...................10 rounds Finish ..........................Natural titanium slide; blue polymer frame
  14. Most Malicious Act

    What we kids called "bouldering" growing up in the deserts of eastern WA was bit different than the reference today. It too was an activity, which consisted of rolling the largest boulder we could find onto the roadway, and concealing it beneath a giant tumbleweed. Then, hiding nearby, we would watch as the unsuspecting motorist was launched into orbit. Many oilpans were sheared, but thankfully no one was ever injured or killed. We were rotten little bastards indeed, but I still get a chuckle when I think of the bewildered drivers trying to chase us down when they heard our cries of joy and laughter upon a successfully completed mission. Old skool Jackass I guess.
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