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Thread: When you need to hide something that will not fit in a PVC Pipe.

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    Contributing Dealer Frontier Firearms's Avatar
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    When you need to hide something that will not fit in a PVC Pipe.


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    Do you have the plastic tubes in stock? Asking for a friend

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    Do you have the plastic tubes in stock? Asking for a friend
    No but you can find them 8 feet or more underground in most cities...

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    I was hoping to get some that didnt require plastic welding, and that picture looked like it has a nice capping method

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    I hear the 4 in pipes are a hot commodity these days..
    "Gun control" is a feel good term, which is designed to disquise the globalist disarmament efforts under the pretense of fighting crime.

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    Vacuum seal the contents, insert into correct size pipe, and cap ends with proper glue/sealant.

    ProTip: stand tubes vertical to make them harder to locate

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplezuk View Post
    Vacuum seal the contents, insert into correct size pipe, and cap ends with proper glue/sealant.

    ProTip: stand tubes vertical to make them harder to locate
    But remember it will most likely be either yourself locating them, or a person whom you have entrusted to do it on your behalf (friend, family member etc).

    If we're talking some place in the middle of nowhere, I would actually go as far as attaching a string (possibly a fishing line) to the pipe, which I would then burry couple inches below the ground surface running at least couple feet in lenght.

    That way if you need to retrieve your package fast, all you need to do is find the string, which will pinpoint it's location should you be in a hurry.
    "Gun control" is a feel good term, which is designed to disquise the globalist disarmament efforts under the pretense of fighting crime.

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    Best way is vacuums seal in a bag put in pvc pipe then fill pipe with oil cap and bury it it will last a thousand years like this I already did this with an old beater went back dug it up and gun was as good as day it was burried 5 years before in very wet area

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    Just to get this thread back on topic (a few PMs), no we do not sell PVC, we buy it at the local Co-op, we sell camo netting.

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