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    I noticed an add for Amish Built Kennels at the bottom of the forum page. Has anyone actually bought one of these kennels? What are your thoughts on them?
    HRCH UR01 CH UNJ WHISKEY CREEK'S DUKE CHASCERI MH
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    No, I haven't seen one. But, I am not sure how an amish kennel is different from any other kennel. Living in the heart of amish country in Ohio leaves me a little skeptical.

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    Don't see the ad but if you live near an Amish community, that has a full complement of metal fabricating businesses, you can have just about anything you dream up built. You can get something like the popular powder coated welded wire style kennel panels done for decent price.
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    Thought for a second there, Breck, that you were going to divulge the details of my Eckhardt-engineered, Amish-built surplus gun drawer.

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    Haven't seen your gun drawer Mike. Up in Lancaster County within the RT30, 10 & 23 triangle it's amazing how many shops are hidden all over the place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breck View Post
    Haven't seen your gun drawer....
    Oh, but you have, it's just that what you saw would've been the er, trunk-ated (sic) version inconspicuously (relatively speaking) placed inside the vehicle. As originally "designed," and sheathed in 5/8" marine plywood, it had the capacity to hold a motor launch squadron's entire complement of 8-foot punt guns. If the Amish hadn't cut it in half, I was thinking that one day I might be buried in it.

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