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    New Copper Creek Thread....
    What are you doing to stave off the FDA in terms of stockpiling?
    Tell us your plans for the future once the government brings the hammer down...
    Only one rule...No JUICE discussion on acounta this is the CopperCreek Juice forum and it's a given that there is no better juice on the planet..
    So..what are you going to stash?
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    I'm planning on getting to know my RBA's better. A carto tank is still my preference, but I feel better knowing I can wrap a coil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stretchpants View Post
    New Copper Creek Thread....
    What are you doing to stave off the FDA in terms of stockpiling?
    Tell us your plans for the future once the government brings the hammer down...
    Only one rule...No JUICE discussion on acounta this is the CopperCreek Juice forum and it's a given that there is no better juice on the planet..
    So..what are you going to stash?
    Going to stash??? I already have a pretty good stash! I have a few Genesis atty's and mods, a couple mech mods, backups for my backups and a good pile of cartos.

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    I have lots of Mods,A few Itaste tanks,a pile of carto's,way too many drip tips.I think I need a couple mechanical mods. have a knock off RBA..
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    What mech mod do you recommend?

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    I'll have to check to see what mechanical mods I still have in the box 'o carp. I think I gave most of them away. ack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretchpants View Post
    What mech mod do you recommend?
    To me, mech mods are the most basic of mods. They are pretty much a battery tube with a 510 fitting. So go with what you like!

    I have an old chrome Silver Bullet - nice and sturdy, side button, takes an 18650 and came with a nice leather holster from the classies. I like it because it's very shiny and can stay upright without a mod stand. The newer ones can use a Kick, I can't get the extension tube to work on mine though.

    I also have a Matrix 3 - an inexpensive ($35) telescoping mech, bottom button, low maintenance stainless steel finish. I like this one because you can pretty much use any size flattop battery you have.

    And finally, I have 2 more that I got just because I love the way they look! A Touchwood mini, that takes only 18350's. And my VaporWoods mod Fynn, which can take either an 18650 or an 18490 with a Kick.

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    I'm ashamed to say I'm not prepared.

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    Get busy...stat...
    Quote Originally Posted by tlmoody27 View Post
    I'm ashamed to say I'm not prepared.
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    I'll go look.I'll be back with what I bought...
    Quote Originally Posted by Bamrz View Post
    To me, mech mods are the most basic of mods. They are pretty much a battery tube with a 510 fitting. So go with what you like!

    I have an old chrome Silver Bullet - nice and sturdy, side button, takes an 18650 and came with a nice leather holster from the classies. I like it because it's very shiny and can stay upright without a mod stand. The newer ones can use a Kick, I can't get the extension tube to work on mine though.

    I also have a Matrix 3 - an inexpensive ($35) telescoping mech, bottom button, low maintenance stainless steel finish. I like this one because you can pretty much use any size flattop battery you have.

    And finally, I have 2 more that I got just because I love the way they look! A Touchwood mini, that takes only 18350's. And my VaporWoods mod Fynn, which can take either an 18650 or an 18490 with a Kick.
    FlyingV and tlmoody27 like this.

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