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The Boardroom / Re: Buying a building
« Last post by Gear Dynamics on January 22, 2020, 09:39:14 AM »
If you’re talking about that kind of money, I’d sooner sell the house buy a larger property with a new house and build a shop. The upside is that you’d own the land, no strata fees, taxes would be cheaper and you could basically build exactly what you want. The downside is that it doesn’t lend itself to a retail storefront, if you even want that. You also don’t have to commute to work...which is good and bad, but will save you gas money.
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The Boardroom / Re: Buying a building
« Last post by Corvus on January 21, 2020, 03:11:49 PM »
I would consider it. It would depend on the market and my confidence in repaying the debt. Where I am commercial space is extremely limited (read non-existent) either to rent or buy. If something came available that met my needs, I would work every angle I could to make it happen. I do think the rental of part of the facility would ease some stress in the beginning and allow for scaled growth.
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This is interesting; I did not realize you offered these types of products

 I am looking for the thin strip material used to stiffen molle straps. Its the material that is sandwiched between two pieces of webbing, used for attachment of bags to chest rigs.

Would you have a material like that available.

Your looking for HDPE you can find it easily enough online is large sheets
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This seems interesting. Do you offer small samples?
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This is interesting; I did not realize you offered these types of products

 I am looking for the thin strip material used to stiffen molle straps. Its the material that is sandwiched between two pieces of webbing, used for attachment of bags to chest rigs.

Would you have a material like that available.   
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Platforms / Belt 00
« Last post by WhiskeyTwoFour on January 05, 2020, 04:17:03 PM »
WTF's Belt 00 is 1.5" wide and works equally well as a loop lined inner belt or as an everyday belt.

Belt 00 is made in the USA from milspec, Berry compliant webbing, hook, loop, and hardware.  Belt 00 uses heavy SCUBA webbing as a base.  SCUBA webbing offers a superb combination of stiffness and flexibility for a stable, comfortable belt.

Belt 00 uses a steel G-hook for a low profile, secure closure that won't create a pressure point under an outer belt.

Belt 00 adjusts from 28" (71cm) - 42" (106cm)

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Asset exchange / 58" wide ACRONYM, solution dyed black, $35.68 / yard
« Last post by WhiskeyTwoFour on January 03, 2020, 03:03:02 PM »
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