My miscallenea

Instead of spamming threads, I’ll just shove my brainfarts here. Let’s begin.


My wrists thank me for this. Anybody else have something similar?

Here’s my storage unit. Thoughts?

Look mom, I use Ryobi, that means I’m a professional. By the way, that yellow briefcase is the Ladderm8rix (apologies, I didn’t name the thing). It’s amazing! Highly recommended.

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Trigger guns are supposed to stop spraying water when dropped. Posting a pic on the internet is great until it shows up in an insurance audit. Holding a trigger on the open position takes no effort.

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If you have a st-2315

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If you don’t, then you have the wrong gun

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My hand still gets cramped with the 2315, but some of that is simply 24 years of window cleaning and two sprained wrists after a MC accident.

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Geez. I can understand @dcbrock’s issue but seriously? Cowboy up.

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I dont even notice such things anymore. I DO however hate the “kick” of the gun. But Im not going to do a k7, so I deal with it.

I don’t know. I guess I’m hardened to it. In the oilfield we would regularly have two 10’ lances connected with a turbo on the end and be up in the man basket. That’s kick. The stuff we do every day is nothing.

If you squeeze the trigger slower it won’t kick!

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Arrows pointing up thingy

:point_up::point_up::point_up: :arrow_up::arrow_up::arrow_up:

Dude, Im a brute, nearly nothing delicate. I just did a cardiac stress test, piece of cake.

Roughneckin makes you deal with this type of stuff. I dont know anything better yet

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Fo sho.

I’m 330# 6”4 and can do it. I have giant hands. You can do it.

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What’s the nozzle on that gun

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Lol, this is a penny in the palm of my hand. Your a little fella.

Let’s see a picture of you holding a trigger gun! Them some big ol hands!

Im just kidding, its the worlds smallest penny.

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Thank god! They called me mongo back in HS football.

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