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October 31st, 2003 No comments

Case Camo
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Where I can get beer Camo?

Does anyone know where I can find this stuff? Or if it's even a beer? I'm in Ohio. And there seems to be very popular, but the few comments I've read say it's a good "hit or miss" Not that I care, I love beer … And I want to especially because of a joke my friends and I have about camouflage and a rule (hence the X in the can) So it's just a necessity. So please if you know somewhere near Columbus (hell, I'll drive in the neighboring states) where I can get a case or more, let me know!

Dude, that shit is disgusting. Just take a few shots of vodka and drink Heineken.


OtterBox DEFENDER iPhone 6/6s Case - Frustration-Free Packaging - REALTREE XTRA (BLAZE ORANGE/BLACK W/XTRA CAMO)


OtterBox DEFENDER iPhone 6/6s Case – Frustration-Free Packaging – REALTREE XTRA (BLAZE ORANGE/BLACK W/XTRA CAMO)


$29.99


The OtterBox Defender Series case for Apple iPhone 6/6s provides heavy duty protection against drops, dust and damage without taking away from the usability of your phone’s features. The Defender Series case offers triple-layer protection and is built from a high-impact polycarbonate shell, durable silicone slipcover and a built-in screen protector, making it one of the toughest cases on the marke…

OtterBox DEFENDER SERIES Case for iPhone 8 & iPhone 7 (NOT Plus) - Frustration Free Packaging - REALTREE XTRA (BLAZE ORANGE/BLACK/XTRA DESIGN)


OtterBox DEFENDER SERIES Case for iPhone 8 & iPhone 7 (NOT Plus) – Frustration Free Packaging – REALTREE XTRA (BLAZE ORANGE/BLACK/XTRA DESIGN)


$29.99


Worry less while you’re on the job. Defender Series for iPhone 8 & iPhone 7 combines three ultra-tough layers to guard your device against serious drops, dirt, scrapes and bumps. The built-in screen film stops display scratches, plus the included holster gives you the quick draw on calls and texts. Defender Series works hard to protect your device….

OtterBox Defender Series Case with Realtree Camo for Apple iPhone 5 - Xtra Orange - Case Only


OtterBox Defender Series Case with Realtree Camo for Apple iPhone 5 – Xtra Orange – Case Only


$7.90


OtterBox Defender Series Case with Realtree Camo for Apple iPhone 5 – Xtra Orange – Case Only…

Tsmine Samsung Galaxy Tab E (9.6-Inch) SM-T560 (Wi-Fi Version Only) Camo Case - Premium 360 Rotating Camouflage Branch Straw Mossy Leaves PU Leather Case Cover, Oak Branches


Tsmine Samsung Galaxy Tab E (9.6-Inch) SM-T560 (Wi-Fi Version Only) Camo Case – Premium 360 Rotating Camouflage Branch Straw Mossy Leaves PU Leather Case Cover, Oak Branches


$13.89


– High quality pu leather stand cover case for your Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 Wi-Fi version, NOT for other Version. – Access to all features and controls. – Unique design allows easy access to all buttons, controls & ports without having to remove the case. – Built-in stand type: perfect whenever you type an email or watch a movie. – Automatic wake/sleep by opening or closing the smart cover. …

ZIPIT Camo 3-Ring Pencil Case, Green Camouflage


ZIPIT Camo 3-Ring Pencil Case, Green Camouflage


$7.84


Camo is not just for blending in, it’s for standing out! That’s why we’ve created this chic line of 3 ring pencil cases featuring this timeless pattern adored by storage-seekers of all ages! This colored pencil case will stay put inside your binder keeping all your essentials exactly where you need them. Along with ample storage room, you’ll love the clever design featuring one long zippe…

Zipit Camo Jumbo Pencil Case - Green


Zipit Camo Jumbo Pencil Case – Green


$8.99


No matter whether youÕre trying to win the battle against homework, gym class or the office, Camo Jumbo Pouches store all the supplies you need to come out on top. Made of 1 long zipper, each Camo Jumbo Pouch can unzip completely….

Bulldog Cases Extreme Scoped Rifle Case


Bulldog Cases Extreme Scoped Rifle Case



2 1/4″ total soft padding * Full-length zipper with pull * Zippered accessory pocket * Soft, fur inner lining for maximum protection * Heavy-duty double stitching * Durable, extra heavy-duty Nylon, water-resistant outer shell * Removable, adjustable shoulder strap with swivels * New, improved shape accommodates scoped and non-scoped rifles * It Floats!!!…


VISM by NcStar  Discreet Pistol Case


VISM by NcStar Discreet Pistol Case



This NcStar 2903 Discreet Handgun / Pistol Cases are equipped with two separate padded compartments that will accommodate one full size handgun each. Also, there are six elastic loops that will accommodate up to 6 double stack ammo magazines or 12 single stack magazines. Reinforced wrap-around Carrying Handles and a heavy duty double zipper makes this Ncstar Discreet Pistol Cases durable yet conve…


Allen Pink Camo Powderhorn Gun Case


Allen Pink Camo Powderhorn Gun Case




Griffin Treestand/Grey Survivor All-Terrain Case in Mossy Oak� Camo for iPad Air - Military-Duty Case for iPad


Griffin Treestand/Grey Survivor All-Terrain Case in Mossy Oak� Camo for iPad Air – Military-Duty Case for iPad


$20.00


Ridiculously over-engineered? Or the perfect case for your iPad no matter where you’re headed? We think it’s a little bit of both.Simply put, the Griffin Survivor Case is the most protective case we’ve ever built. And it comes in world-famous Mossy Oak® camo patterns.Designed and tested to meet or exceed US Department of Defense Standard 810F, Griffin’s Survivor Extreme-Duty Case is designed from…

Have you ever made a hunting trip away from home and almost forgotten a lot of your team? Or maybe you left your heat in the drawer at home only to find temperature is 10 degrees in the place you want to hunt. I am sure I am not the only one who has done this! Although it may be the only one who supports the Internet or at any else for that matter!

There is probably nothing more frustrating for a hunter that the exploration of an area of more than 2 months to create a harvest plan of their favorite big game animals, only to find that on the opening day left their home range finder or binoculars. Worse, he left them with insulated boots and had put their labels in the case of binoculars for safekeeping. Whether the plan of 2 months, just wait until next year!

I, like so many of us have struggled with this kind of dilemma for many years until I discovered a simple checklist you can delete all of this and only takes a little time to put together. You do not want to wait until the morning of your hunt to create this list, but you can wait until the week before if necessary. Everyone has their own methods to remember things, but for me a simple piece of paper with a breakdown of all my hunting gear hanging on the fridge works best.

My breakdown is usually something like this:

or Backpack

1. Knives

2. Rangefinder

3. Binoculars

4. Flash

5. Licenses and labels

6. Etc.

Large bag of clothing or

1. Baths

2. Camos

3. Hunting boots

4. Socks

5. Costumes

6. Etc.

or rifle case

1. Rifle

2. Shells

3. Scope and canvas cleaning

4. Tripods

5. Etc.

Then if you are going to be in a hunting camp:

or tent

o All accessories shop

Sleeping bag or

Cot or air mattress

Flashlights or

or camp stove

o Food

or Etc.

There are many more things that can be add to the list but I'm sure everyone can figure that out. The point I am trying to get across is that if you start your list like this and add to it over time, is likely to have everything on your list so when you get ready to go hunting for anything the field stays out.

With this type of planning, you can have things ready to load his truck with a lot of free time and that the field makes it much easier because they are not spending much time looking for something that can or may not be on your computer. Once you are ready to do all these things easy, just thinking is to get to your tree stand or blind and make the perfect shot in the animal you've been dreaming.

This type of planning is not limited to hunting trips, either as I use it for fishing trips and camping as well. Someone said once: "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail." In general I see what I mean now. The biggest problem is, it was my 5th grade teacher who told me and I have not seen in almost 40 years!

Which reminds me … make sure you put your list on the refrigerator, or your gun cabinet or somewhere obvious, for so do not forget where you put it!

Bob Darrah, hunting and outdoor enthusiast. For more information on the hunting equipment mentioned in this article visit http://www.huntingforoptics.com

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