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    Wayne Shaw, 1985V is offline
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    Heat sleeves

    Steve Back in the day when I still shot carbine many of us had that problem. My work and race car hobby caused many a burnt arm and such. i found a great product that solved the problem and got some for other members as well. These are Kevlar heat sleeves that will not let her get burnt.
    Mechanix Heat Sleeves #MHS05-500 Cost is 25.00 Mine were tan but now I see they have black as well. Hope this helps.
    Wayne Shaw Harlan's Light Cav 1985V Past Nat IG. SAC wdsmas#aol.com

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    Mechanix Heat Sleeves #MHS05-500
    Thanks Wayne, that looks perfect!

    Steve
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    Wayne the Kevlar sleeves came in today and they are perfect. Thanks for the suggestion!

    I bought these ones:

    https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QYG2SZK

    They come in a pair so you get 2. I got the brown ones so they are not even glaringly modern.

    Steve
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    Muley Gil is offline
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    I may get a pair of those fer cutting briars. Glad you found a solution for her daughter.
    Gil Davis Tercenio
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    Great, great grandson of Cpl Elijah S Davis, Co I, 6th Alabama Inf CSA

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