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Just like to share with you a couple of neat discoveries. Apologies if this is common knowledge.

This is my travel kit for my forthcoming holiday.

Aeropress filters fit perfectly within a .177 airgun pellet tin.

I bought some 40ml tubes from Amazon. Perfect for holding up to 19g of beans. Delivered next day on Prime.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01J1BOJLY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

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Fracino Classico, Niche, Redber Coffee.

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Great idea! Not sure I'm going to be able to source one of those tins in a hurry. But you've got me thinking of alternatives... thanks!

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Just need a bunsen burner to heat up the water.

...in a titration flask for the full Breaking Bad look

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I'd be careful about using empty pellet tins, due to the lead in the previous contents..

 

We are often told at the club to wash our hands after a nights shooting, and not to go down range unless we have masks due to dust.

 

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Still has its original box ad paperwork.

 

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Input: 'Terranovered’ Versalab M3 + Mahlkonig EK43 Turkish burrs + Niche

Output: KVdW Speedster + V60 + AeroPress + Syphon + Bialetti Induction Moka Pot + Bialetti Mucka Express + jar of instant for visitors..

 

 

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How many of these tubes fit in your totes bag with the Aeropress and Aergrind?

 

I don't use the Aeropress tote bag. I use a toiletry bag. Bigger and better shape. Can fit all 12 tubes in too.


Fracino Classico, Niche, Redber Coffee.

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I'd be careful about using empty pellet tins, due to the lead in the previous contents..

 

We are often told at the club to wash our hands after a nights shooting, and not to go down range unless we have masks due to dust.

 

Lead was considered as the pellets are made from it. A good wash and dry with kitchen paper solves the problem.

Lead is absorbed by the body but is expelled as long as you are not constantly exposed to it.

I am surprised that your range insists on a mask downrange. If lead dust is that bad then a ventilator system should be installed.

You need to be exposed to quite a lot of Lead to become ill from it.

I have a friend who works building X Ray rooms. He laminates lead sheet to wood to create wall panels. He gets tested regularly and if found to exceed limits, must stop working until his levels drop.

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Fracino Classico, Niche, Redber Coffee.

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Are the caps sturdy on these bean cellars?


Gaggia Classic 2010 PID(IMS 200µm shower screen&Brass Dispersion Plate&OPV&Steam Wand Modded) | Kinu M47 V3 Niche Zero | Bottomless Portafilter&VST Ridgeless 15gr and 18gr | Decent Tamper V2 | MouMou 58mm Distribution Tool | 2X 64oz Airscapes & CoffeeVac

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