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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Good projects here and there keeps you sane.

    Got my wireless charging action going on in the shelf.

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    Very nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Good projects here and there keeps you sane. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
    Wow we have some talented people here, pity the stores are full of shit made overseas with NZ wood. Look what you can get when @Nibblet or @Milan501 makes furniture.
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Size:  42.5 KBi made the stock modified the bolt and valve and the trasfer port fitted a steel breach and longer barrel i went from 480fps to just under 600fps

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    Attachment 76770i made the stock modified the bolt and valve and the trasfer port fitted a steel breach and longer barrel i went from 480fps to just under 600fps
    Holy shit batman that's not bad for a crossman rat catcher!
    It's all fun and games till Darthvader comes along

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    Attachment 76770i made the stock modified the bolt and valve and the trasfer port fitted a steel breach and longer barrel i went from 480fps to just under 600fps
    @northdude is that a .22 and where did you get the steel block? I would love one for my one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Good projects here and there keeps you sane.

    Got my wireless charging action going on in the shelf.

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    Good looking work bench
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    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Good looking work bench
    The bed is fantastic. I especially like the way it appears to float and the charging stations area very smart idea.

    I made a TV cabinet once (or twice) and I had it wired so that it had 6 black power sockets concealed on it and a single cord that came out the back. That way I could plug the TVs, VCRs, stereos etc into the cabinet and only had one cord to the wall socket.

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    Like the his and hers side markers, presumeably the middle nomans zone is where peace treaty negotiations occur.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Good looking work bench
    Lol be a bit of a back breaker. I piss the wife off by stealing and using the dining room table, it's a big solid farm style one and works perfect.
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    Like the his and hers side markers, presumeably the middle nomans zone is where peace treaty negotiations occur.
    You should be well aware that a "his" side does not exist. That pillow only conjures up dreams of false hope.

    This would be more appropriate

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    ^^^^Shes generous.

    Do you find you smash your shins when making the bed?

    It looks good though and I’m going to borrow the charging station idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Lol be a bit of a back breaker. I piss the wife off by stealing and using the dining room table, it's a big solid farm style one and works perfect.


    You should be well aware that a "his" side does not exist. That pillow only conjures up dreams of false hope.

    This would be more appropriate

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    Did you make the dinning room table too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bully View Post
    Did you make the dinning room table too?
    Na that was an IKEA special. It's actually quite nice, especially for the price. I'll eventually get round to building one similar but out of a NZ hardwood when I move home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proudkiwi View Post
    ^^^^Shes generous.

    Do you find you smash your shins when making the bed?

    It looks good though and Iím going to borrow the charging station idea.
    I thought it might be a shin smasher too but so far haven't walked into it.

    I'll chuck up a few photos in a build thread some time today. Real easy to build bed and I went IKEA styles so I could carry it upstairs and disassemble it to bring it home.
    Head board splits in half etc.

    The charging pad requires your phone to be placed pretty precisely but it's super handy and the power point's have in built usb out puts too for iPad etc.

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    We went to the big IKEA in Sweden bro.......fuck me my wife was hard to remove...pretty cool shit to be fair though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    We went to the big IKEA in Sweden bro.......fuck me my wife was hard to remove...pretty cool shit to be fair though
    They're pretty impressive. And to be fair, especially for the price, some of it is pretty good quality. Plus who doesn't like Swedish meatballs right?
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