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    A bear can is a great stool! And much more multipurpose. It can serve as a clothes washing machine and a stove table. Makes a good helmet too if you got a transparent version and a small head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandyRandy View Post
    A bear can is a great stool! And much more multipurpose. It can serve as a clothes washing machine and a stove table. Makes a good helmet too if you got a transparent version and a small head.
    And a great toy for the bears as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    It is an F5-G.
    made in 1996.
    I bought a Gibson F5 mandolin but it was a much later year... sadly, Gibsonís quality had greatly declined by then so I didnít hang on to it. Iím glad I didnít now because Iím back to picking guitar primarily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Btdkd View Post
    I bought a Gibson F5 mandolin but it was a much later year... sadly, Gibsonís quality had greatly declined by then so I didnít hang on to it. Iím glad I didnít now because Iím back to picking guitar primarily.
    Mine was the last Bruce Weber built Gibsons before Bruce started Weber mandolins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Mine was the last Bruce Weber built Gibsons before Bruce started Weber mandolins.
    I believe it. Great tone and super nice chop!

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    Oh, that little Treklight chair thingy came in, even though I thought I'd cancelled the order through Amazon. I'm glad it did... it is super light and pretty darn comfortable. I'm gonna whip up some whoopies for it and I think I'll carry it. May carry the camp stool too, by gosh.

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    After all these years, I still prefer my Z Seat sit pad. Super light, easy to stow & quick to deploy.

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