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Stock for a Coworker #8091989 12/16/20 06:51 PM
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That's very cool


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Very nice cheers
I'm sure your co-worker will love it up


Re: Stock for a Coworker [Re: Mike Honcho] #8092023 12/16/20 07:18 PM
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Cabin rental in Pagosa Springs, Co.
Sleeps 10, If interested please PM me.
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Re: Stock for a Coworker [Re: Mike Honcho] #8092246 12/16/20 10:26 PM
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Thanks Ox!

Thinking about making it a lil side business actually. Ive had people ask what I’d charge. Haven’t figured it out yet. I want to take the cerakote class offered by NIC once this Covid-19 clears up.


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Originally Posted by jorge
Thanks Ox!

Thinking about making it a lil side business actually. Ive had people ask what I’d charge. Haven’t figured it out yet. I want to take the cerakote class offered by NIC once this Covid-19 clears up.

One of the biggest cerekote and custom gun companies in Austin just went out of business. Owner fought cancer but Covid killed his shop. I think most people just aren’t willing to pay what it cost to have a gun professionally painted right now. Could be a good side job though just doing a few here and there. This guy was cerekoting guns for major manufacturers as well.


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Man that’s horrible news. It’s a shame to hear stories like that due to this engineered virus that has wreaked havoc. I hope your friend can bounce back and his shop get back to making a go of things.

I don’t want to make it a business just a small side gig. I really enjoy it and don’t want to ruin that.


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Originally Posted by jorge
Man that’s horrible news. It’s a shame to hear stories like that due to this engineered virus that has wreaked havoc. I hope your friend can bounce back and his shop get back to making a go of things.

I don’t want to make it a business just a small side gig. I really enjoy it and don’t want to ruin that.


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I’ve read the certified cerakote class teaches a lot and is very useful. Also get a decent discount, but not wanting to make this into a full fledged business and take over all my free time. So it leaves me wondering if it’s worth it.


“Two things that define an individual what you do when you have everything, and what you do when you have nothing."


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Originally Posted by jorge
I’ve read the certified cerakote class teaches a lot and is very useful. Also get a decent discount, but not wanting to make this into a full fledged business and take over all my free time. So it leaves me wondering if it’s worth it.

I use to enjoy woodwork. I built myself a rustic cooler with a drain really sweet looking and someone wanted so I sold it. Fast forward a yr later and I had built around 80 of them or so. I got really burned out and all my free time went towards building those coolers. My advice is if you want to do it as a side gig but not full time then set a goal to only do X amount a month or whatever. If not it would be easy to get burnt out like I did. Hell I don’t make anything anymore lol.


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I plowed mules.
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Sapper I remember seeing your coolers on here they were beauties!


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Look real good. up


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Originally Posted by jorge
Sapper I remember seeing your coolers on here they were beauties!

Thanks sir. I’d rather buy one than build one these days haha


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