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    Default Tactical Walker

    3 years ago I was almost crippled. I was looking at at least 2 surgeries. I gripe a lot about being old but FB reminded me where I was physically 3 years ago

    I'm doing much better today. No surgeries. Baby steps.

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    Ready for Freddy, looks like to me.

    I'm going to have to show that to my brother so he can outfit his walker the same ... just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seniorman View Post
    Ready for Freddy, looks like to me.

    I'm going to have to show that to my brother so he can outfit his walker the same ... just in case.

    I wrapped it with camo duct tape. And yes, I used it albeit without the open carry. We have at least a few trails around that I could use back then.

    Where did you get that emoji?

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    It's in the emoji list. Well hidden. Available to our "special" subscribers.

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    Thats Fd up.

    The bayonet lug is too far aft.

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    Here are some ideas which may or may not work. Just wanted to share as some guy I hunted with showed me.

    This link has a lot of photo variety just click on the photo of interest to learn more about that WIlderness Chair Walkers.

    This is one that maybe of interest"
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    I love it that those who are challenged have options to get out.

    That walker is in the backyard. When I feel blue I just go out back or even look out a window at that walker. Count my blessings, be thankful I don't need it anymore, get out as much as I can.

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    There are two kinds of people in the world - people who say that there are two kinds of people and people who don't.
    I was a rehab specialist for 20 years and I noticed that you could split people with the same disability at the same level into two groups. People from one group just gave up. People from the other group doggedly continued their lives in as much the same way as before the disability as closely as possible. Some even benefitted.

    When I was a camp counselor at a camp for disabled people, a few of my fellow counselors were paraplegics, amputees, and the like - they were also gold metal Olympians.
    True enough, my final home is still out there, but this is most certainly my home range and I love it. I love every rock I fall off and tree I trip over. Even when I am close to dying from exhaustion, a beautiful sunset doesn't lose it's power to refresh and inspire me and that, in itself, is enough to save me sometimes.


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