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FREE!! Tidy Cat Buckets! Did I mention- FREE?

Post by evan price » Fri Jan 08, 2016 6:13 am

I use Tidy Cat buckets for sorting and storing brass, they stack very neatly and tight to a wall, stable stacks, and have a decent lid. They hold about 4 gallons of brass and don't fall apart as long as you keep them out of the sun. Many many many uses, there is a whole community of people dedicated to doing things with them. Chicken nesting boxes. Tool storage. Bike baskets. Whatever you dream up!

Our cats use about a bucket a month. I hate throwing them away so I have accumulated quite a stack. I'll never use them all.
Free to good home, it's not worth the cost of shipping them, I can meet up in the Marion/Marengo/Columbus area to drop some off. I've got a lot of them. All with attached folding lid, several different colors of lids and handle inserts. And they are free.

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Post by AlanM » Fri Jan 08, 2016 8:37 am

Thanks for the offer, however we've got about that many floating around the house right ourselves.
Actually I find them to be the most easily reusable/recyclable item that comes into the house.
A free square mop bucket is really handy at twice the price.
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Post by Klingon00 » Fri Jan 08, 2016 9:50 am

AlanM wrote:Thanks for the offer, however we've got about that many floating around the house right ourselves.
Actually I find them to be the most easily reusable/recyclable item that comes into the house.
A free square mop bucket is really handy at twice the price.
I'm in the same boat and have stacks of them. I find them very useful in many ways. These containers make great inexpensive storage instead of spending money on rubbermaid. They are stackable and the lids snap shut keeping your average pests out. They hold a good deal of weight and have a convenient carry handle. Not quite as nice as a 5 gallon bucket from Home Depot but work in a pinch and you can't beat free! :)

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Post by JustaShooter » Fri Jan 08, 2016 12:59 pm

I would take a half dozen of them if you could meet me at the Medina County Gun Show on Saturday the 16th...
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Post by Brian D. » Fri Jan 08, 2016 3:43 pm

Some of those would stack nicely on the OFCC annual picnic prize tables. :lol:
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Post by curmudgeon3 » Fri Jan 08, 2016 4:12 pm

AlanM wrote:Thanks for the offer, however we've got about that many floating around the house right ourselves.
Actually I find them to be the most easily reusable/recyclable item that comes into the house.
A free square mop bucket is really handy at twice the price.
2 x 0= 0 :?: :shock: :?

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Post by AlanM » Fri Jan 08, 2016 5:41 pm

curmudgeon3 wrote:
AlanM wrote:Thanks for the offer, however we've got about that many floating around the house right ourselves.
Actually I find them to be the most easily reusable/recyclable item that comes into the house.
A free square mop bucket is really handy at twice the price.
2 x 0= 0 :?: :shock: :?
Figured that out did'ja?
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Post by steves 50de » Fri Jan 08, 2016 6:25 pm

JustaShooter wrote:I would take a half dozen of them if you could meet me at the Medina County Gun Show on Saturday the 16th...
That's a 2 hour drive for him. :lol:

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Post by Brian D. » Fri Jan 08, 2016 6:43 pm

I'm telling ya, Evan should throw some OFCC stickers on those bad boys and load up the Picnic raffle next summer. He's donated worse prizes. :mrgreen:
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Post by JustaShooter » Fri Jan 08, 2016 8:49 pm

steves 50de wrote:
JustaShooter wrote:I would take a half dozen of them if you could meet me at the Medina County Gun Show on Saturday the 16th...
That's a 2 hour drive for him. :lol:
Ah. Well, I was going by his profile location, and the only Westfield that showed up in Ohio when I googled it was in Medina County, so...
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Post by evan price » Sat Jan 09, 2016 2:25 am

Westfield is Morrow County also.

OK, Brian, YOU'RE ON!!! Next PitP there will be kitty-litter buckets!
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Post by AlanM » Sat Jan 09, 2016 7:21 am

evan price wrote:Westfield is Morrow County also.

OK, Brian, YOU'RE ON!!! Next PitP there will be kitty-litter buckets!
Please bring one full of various (unfired) 22lr.
I would make the drive to be there for that. 8)
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Post by AlanM » Sat Jan 09, 2016 7:21 am

evan price wrote:Westfield is Morrow County also.

OK, Brian, YOU'RE ON!!! Next PitP there will be kitty-litter buckets!
Please bring one full of various (unfired) 22lr.
I would make the drive to be there for that. 8)
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Post by BEAR! » Sat Jan 09, 2016 1:21 pm

AlanM wrote:
evan price wrote:Westfield is Morrow County also.

OK, Brian, YOU'RE ON!!! Next PitP there will be kitty-litter buckets!
Please bring one full of various (unfired) 22lr.
I would make the drive to be there for that. 8)

You can say that again! :mrgreen:

Oh wait, you did! :P
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Post by AlanM » Sat Jan 09, 2016 5:14 pm

OOPS!!! Chrome stuttered!

BTW Got any of the Halloween colored buckets??
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