2019 Shed season

Discussion in 'Shed Hunting Conference' started by 203ntyp, Jan 31, 2019.

  1. 203ntyp

    203ntyp PMA Member

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    Just food for thought, has anyone ever thought of having a friendly shed contest on this site?

    Since some are dropping now I thought it would be cool to have a shed contest with different categories like largest, most, smallest (I might have a chance to win that category), typical, non-typical, best ATL photo, etc...
     
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  3. OOBoneCollector

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    Not sure but I would be in! Would be nice to see some more shed pictures on the site this spring, could be one way to help encourage posting!
     
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    StickersNKickers Camo Up!

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    Sounds fun. Don't forget best matched set and weirdest spot found.
     
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    gunhunter PMA Member

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    This sounds like fun and would encourage people to post there finds


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  7. 203ntyp

    203ntyp PMA Member

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    1st of the year and it's a whooper :p Should be in the running for the smallest shed of 2019!

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    JNRBRONC Moderator

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    Good find! I hope to find another spike to make another letter opener.


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    Any idiot can find a 100 incher , those spikes are hard to see , nice work 203
     
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    Hardwood11 Trump 2020

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    Good idea!!
     
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    203ntyp PMA Member

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    That's a great idea. I've been trying to come up with more ideas for my shed projects. I made buttons off a small spike before, they turned out nice after buffing them with jeweler's rouge, looks like a glass finish on them. I'll have to try the letter opener for sure.
     
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    JNRBRONC Moderator

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    I ordered some German steel letter opener blanks off the internet, went with rat tail tang for ease of install. Drill the hole in the spike, mix up some epoxy resin, coat the tang and insert. Let cure.


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    203ntyp PMA Member

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    Shed #1 score
    Main beam - 5 3/8"
    C-1 - 1 3/8"
    C-2 - 1 3/8"
    C-3 - 1 2/8"
    C-4 - 7/8"
    10 2/8"
    Selling for $8/pound, I should get a nickle for this one!
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    flugge Well-Known Member

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    I’ve got 2 so far this year. First is the ATL. Followed by it pulled out of snow (haven’t and pry won’t score it) and 3rd is my smallest have the ATL on my big camera to upload later

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