Time for the weekend, and it is going to be a busy one. Milady is working, so I am without adult supervision. However, my big mouth has got me working projects on Saturday. Tomorrow morning I am going to help a friend sweat some copper joints at a house he is buying. Not much of a job, but one that needs doing. Then, tomorrow afternoon I am going to try and finish the transmission on my daughters '93 Mustang. A new clutch, pressure plate and throwout bearing ought to see me through.
Sunday morning, while Milady sleeps, I will steal away to the range for a little long overdue trigger-time. I think some .30-30, some .243 (still working loads on those two), some .45 ACP and some .22LR should be sufficient.
After work today I am going to hie myself over to Harbor Freight and see if I can find a tool box to store my propane torch and related tools. I find that as my tool collection continues to grow, having storage containers for each of the different types of tools makes a lot of sense. I have a mechanics box, a household box and a carpentry box. Some of the smaller tools, like staplers, drills, and timing lights get their own cases. I made a really nice case for a fuel pressure gage, out of an old Kimber case that I had laying around. It unclutters the bench when things are on a shelf with a labeled case.
My shooting boxes are a whole nuther story. I use an ammo box, a stapler case, a target holder, a chrony case, a tripod, and a spotting scope every time I go to the range, in addition to whatever firearm I am shooting that day. Sometimes, just getting set up takes a half-hour or so.
Y'all have a nice weekend. I'll check in later.