There are many different systems for storing handguns in a gun safe: coated wire racks (with U-shaped baskets), wood racks, plastic racks, rotary racks, door-mount brackets, door-mount holsters, and vertical shelving units. If you’re looking for the most space-efficient, in-safe handgun storage system, consider the clever Handgun Hangers from Gun Storage Solutions. Gun Storage Solutions also offers an Over-Under Hanger that holds two handguns — one above the shelf, and one below. IMPORTANT: Please note that you must now log in with your email address and not your username! Originally Posted By DK-Prof:Off topic, but I am thinking of getting a tattoo.Any ideas of what I should get?
Just looking at the excess amount of bolts, you can easily assume the walls are paper thin.
I keep going back and forth between a makeshift safe room (pouring concrete walls requires a new footing, and I ain't going there) and a regular safe. So far, Sturdy leads the way. I have a pretty beast Sentry safe in my walk in closet but my next house is getting a vault room and my black rifles WILL be hung on the wall. A fistulogram is an x-ray examination to see if there are any blockages or narrowing in your fistula. This is a non-surgical procedure used to open up blocked or narrowed vessels in your fistula arm.  This is done to improve the function of you fistula. Protecting key parts The point where the syringe attaches to the needle.  Needle insertion site. Cannulation of Fistula 1) Apply the tourniquet if required, attempting to avoid contamination of the needle insertion site.
3) Once the needle is in place, a flashback (blood) should be seen in the needle, release the tourniquet and aspirate blood into the syringe.
Assess the flows form the needle once taped in place & repeat for venous needle (top needle) Buttonhole Cannulation of AV Fistula Buttonhole cannulation is a cannulation technique that can be applied to AV fistulas. Once the needle is secured, a piece of sterile gauze should be applied over the exit site and taped in place.
Assess the flows from the needle once taped in place & repeat for venous needle (top needle).
This guide provides instructions for unpacking the Cisco CRS Fabric Card Chassis (FCC) and its components, moving the chassis to its permanent location, and mounting and securing the chassis. Fabric Card Chassis (commonly referred to as FCC)a€”the mechanical enclosure that contains the second stage (S2) of the switch fabric in multishelf systems, system controllers, fiber modules to interconnect to the LCC, and its own power and cooling systems. 16-Slot Line Card Chassis (commonly referred to as LCC)a€”the mechanical enclosure that contains the line cards, line card interfaces on the PLIMs, route processors (RPs) or forwarding processors (FPs), distributed route processors (DRPs), stages one and three of the three-stage switch fabric (S13), and its own power and cooling subsystems.
The FCC supports either 40 GB switch fabric cards (CRS-FCC-SFC), 140 GB switch fabric cards (CRS-FCC-SFC-140), or 400 GB switch fabric cards (CRS-FCC-SFC-400).
NoteThroughout this document, the generic term Cisco CRS Carrier Routing system refers to the Cisco CRS-1, Cisco CRS-3, and Cisco CRS-X Carrier Routing Systems, unless otherwise specified. This document provides instructions for unpacking the Cisco CRS Fabric Card Chassis and its components, attaching the dolly, moving the chassis safely, and securing the chassis to the floor.
This document is intended for those who unpack the Cisco CRS Fabric Card Chassis and Cisco installation partners who are responsible for moving and securing the LCC.
See the a€?Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Requesta€? section for information on obtaining these and other publications. This document was updated with minor editorial changes and information for the new MSC140, FP140 and PLIMs was added.
This document was updated with new chassis move path specifications, dolly moving safety shipping information, and chassis weight changes for shipping. Added a new section on a€?Installing the Alternate Chassis Floor-Mounting Kita€? for the NEBS-compliant chassis. The document was updated with information about the 22-port shelf controller Gigabit Ethernet card. This section provides information about the Cisco CRS fabric card chassis before you unpack it and transport it to the final installation location. Depending on the number of options you ordered, the line card chassis (LCCs) and fabric card chassis (FCCs) that make up the multishelf system are packaged and shipped in several shipping crates and pallets that reduce the potential for product damage during routine material handling and shipment.
If you plan to store chassis components before the installation, be sure to store the components carefully and in their original shipping containers to prevent accidental damage.
Each shipping box has a label on the outside of the box identifying that box's number among the number of boxes in your shipment. CautionDo not stack the Cisco CRS shipping crates, because serious damage to the system components can occur. For complete details on the contents of your shipment, see the inventory and parts identification label on the crate as shown in Figure 1. For complete details on the contents of each pallet, see the shipping and parts identification label on the pallet or shipping manifest.
The dolly that is available for the Cisco CRS LCC and FCC is flexible enough to meet several difficult challenges encountered when first positioning a chassis of this size and weight. NoteThe Cisco dolly works with both the CRS 16-Slot Line Card Chassis (LCC) and the Fabric Card Chassis (FCC); the only difference is the lift brackets that are used (see Figure 10 and Figure 11).
Some challenges moving a chassis on the dolly include limited hallway or doorway width, doorway thresholds, ramps, and tight corners along the transport route.
NoteIn the event that the dolly supplied by Cisco is not the appropriate method of transportation, consult Cisco Technical Staff to determine a method of transportation appropriate for the site. CautionBefore you perform any procedure outlined in this document, review the safety guidelines in this section to avoid injuring yourself or damaging the equipment.
NoteReview the safety warnings listed in Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for the Cisco CRS Carrier Routing System before installing, configuring, or troubleshooting any installed card. Do not wear loose clothing, jewelry, and other items that could get caught in the router while working with optical interface modules (OIMs), and their associated components. Verifying the recommended space ensures that you have enough space available to perform the initial installation of the chassis and its components. Before moving the chassis into position, make sure that you have properly prepared the site so that there is sufficient room for installation and maintenance. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage, which can occur when electronic cards or components are improperly handled, results in complete or intermittent failures.


Always use an ESD-preventive wrist or ankle strap, and ensure that it makes good skin contact.
Handle a card by its ejector levers, when applicable, or its metal carrier only; avoid touching the board or connector pins.
Place a card removed from the chassis, component side up, on an antistatic surface or in a static-shielding bag.
CautionWhen unpacking and setting parts aside, it is important to set them either in their original antistatic packaging or on an antistatic mat to avoid static discharge. NoteThe dolly will work with both the CRS 16-Slot Line Card Chassis (LCC) and the Fabric Card Chassis (FCC); the only difference is the lift brackets that are used (see Figure 10 and Figure 11). Step 1Carefully move the pallet containing the dolly to the location where you plan to unpack it.
Step 5With at least two people, one on each side of the dolly shipping crate, tilt crate back and lift off pallet, then set the crate carefully aside as shown in Figure 3. NoteIf the dolly is being sent from a previous installation, verify the bracket type (LCC, FCC) before removing.
Figure 5 shows the dolly 90-degree configuration with callouts pointing to components and LCC lift brackets (see Figure 22 for the dolly with FCC lift brackets) still attached. Figure 6 shows the dolly 180-degree configuration with callouts pointing to components and LCC lift brackets (Figure 24 for the dolly with FCC lift brackets) still attached. Before unpacking the chassis, be sure to have sufficient room around the chassis pallet for unpacking. Step 1Locate a large area to accommodate the chassis and move crate with pallet jack to that location. CautionThe crated Cisco CRS fabric card chassis is heavy and tall and it must be handled carefully to eliminate the risk of tipping the chassis over. NoteWhen setting aside the box, be careful to rest the wood on the floor so that the metal lock latches are not bent or otherwise damaged.
Step 5Figure 8 shows the wooden box removed from the chassis and the protective bag still attached to the chassis with tape.
Step 7When you are ready to remove the chassis bag, unseal the tape that exists around the perimeter of the chassis (as shown in Figure 8) base and pull the bag off the chassis.
After performing this task, go to the next section Attaching the Dolly to the Chassis and Removing the Chassis Pallet.
This section describes how to remove the LCC lift brackets from the dolly and use the FCC lift brackets, attach the dolly to the Cisco CRS FCC, and to remove the chassis shipping pallet.
NoteThe dolly ships with the line card chassis (LCC) lift brackets installed, therefore you must order the FCC lift brackets (bolts are the same) for a Cisco fabric card chassis.
Figure 10 shows the LCC lift brackets and Figure 11 shows the FCC lift brackets and the bolts that both lift bracket types use.
FCC holes for the four M14 x 30-mm socket-head cap screws (used to bolt the front and rear lift brackets to the dolly) See Figure 10. FCC holes for the two M14 x 40-mm socket-head cap screws s (used to bolt the front and rear lift brackets to the chassis) See Figure 11. Figure 12 shows the dolly instruction label, which is part of the dolly and is located on the inside component of the dolly. NoteThe Instruction Label on the dolly shows illustrations for using the dolly with a line card chassis, except for label 2b-FCC (for fabric card chassis).
Before attaching the dolly to the chassis, unpack the chassis and unpack the dolly, and remove LCC lift brackets from the dolly. Step 2Select a FCC lift bracket (the LCC lift brackets have already been removed), as shown in Figure 11. NoteThe LCC lift brackets install from the sides of the chassis and uses 50-mm bolts, while the FCC lift brackets install from the front and rear of the chassis and uses 40-mm bolts.
Step 6If the dolly caster brakes are locked, then release them and slide the dolly towards the lift brackets on the chassis as shown in Figure 15 so that the pins on the upper side of the unit align with the holes on the lift brackets on the PLIM side of the chassis. The South African division of Bosch Power Tools – a world leader in power tools and accessories – recently launched the Bosch PKS 16 Multi circular saw, which is suitable for sawing and cutting a variety of materials thanks to the interchangeable blades. The rotary racks take up a lot of vertical space (and have a fairly large footprint), while the wire racks use up considerable horizontal space for their capacity. These vinyl-coated, wire hangers organize handguns below the shelf, freeing up storage space above the shelf. Our preferred solution for 3-4 handguns is to place each gun in a synthetic fabric BoreStores sack and then line them up on the end of the top shelf in the safe. I might even put another safe in the vault to keep the REALLY valuable shit, which I do not own or probably ever will. If a tourniquet is required, this can be applied for assessment and then released once assessment is complete. Put on a pair of gloves.  6) Assemble the fistula needles to the syringes (avoid touching key parts). This document does not provide background information and basic theory-of-operation for anyone wanting to understand the Cisco CRS Carrier Routing System. See a€?Chassis Packaging Overviewa€? section on page 3, a€?Key Chassis Specificationsa€? section on page 3, and the caution note about chassis weight.
This section replaces the previous section, which documented the pre-NEBS-compliant chassis.
The a€?Installing the Alternate Chassis Floor-Mounting Kita€? section was modified with new information and technical corrections. The total number of pallets depends on the details of the options you ordered, with each package containing a label that describes the contents. Ensure that the alternate moving device is capable of moving the chassis safely, supporting the weight of the chassis, and is capable of preventing the chassis from tipping. We recommend the use of an ESD-preventive strap whenever you handle network equipment or one of its components.
Connect the equipment end of the connection cord to an ESD connection socket on the router or to a bare metal surface on the chassis. If you plan to return the component to the factory, immediately place it in a static-shielding bag. The wrist strap protects the board from only ESD voltage on the body: ESD voltage on clothing can still cause damage.


The shipping crate contains the dolly units, positioned in the 90 degree configuration as shown in Figure 5.
The dolly arrives as two separate, identical units, one unit each for the front and back of the chassis. The chassis is unpacked before all other shipping boxes, except for the dolly lifting device. All other component shipping boxes can remain in the receiving area or as space allows by your site, until the chassis is secured in its final location.
The chassis is exposed on the pallet protected by a shipping bag secured with tape around the bag. There are two identical lift brackets for the right front and left rear and two identical lift brackets for the right rear and left front. Insert the 40-mm socket-head cap screw that connects the left lift bracket to the bolt block on the lower front corner of the front side of the chassis, and use the 14-mm hex drive socket to tighten it. Bosch Power Tools SA senior brand manager Juergen Lauer notes that this tool allows the user to complete all projects quickly and easily.Lauer observes that the PKS 16 Multi has many features that benefit the user. You simply slide each hanger on the shelf and then slip your pistol’s barrel over the lower rod.
Most of the door-mount units require special holsters or a series of peg-board style hangers. The silicone-treated BoreStores sacks wick away moisture and provide vital cushioning for the gun.
This is the lowest standard, and simply requires that the container not be able to be opened to be able to get something out of the container (a 6" hole or opening) by a two-man team using hand tools in less than five minutes. That's it. The fabric card chassis is shipped on a pallet by itself and arrives inside a polyethylene bag enclosed in a plywood box, held in place by steel clips. The switch fabric card slots are populated with blanks and impedance carriers or covered by slot covers. This editor personally prefers the standard model, so I can use the upper surface of the shelve to hold odd-shaped items such as cameras, binoculars, and miscellaneous valuables. This develops a ‘track’ of scar tissues that guides the needle into the vein (a bit like an ear pierced site). Other system components are shipped in separate crates and can arrive at the final chassis site at different times.
Extra care should be used with this configuration to ensure that the chassis does not tip during transport.
There is a metal base plate which allows for optimum and stable guidance of the saw when in use. If you have lots of wheelguns and pistols, however, look into the Handgun Hangers — they really are a space-saving solution.
Buttonhole technique involves a development phase, where the track of scar tissue is developed, before moving onto the use of blunt needles once the track has developed. Once the four bolts are loosened, remove each bolt manually and place aside, then remove the top wood and frame cushion system from the chassis. The new two-pistol Magnetic WeaponRAC has four magnetic strips that allow the $24.99 two-gun caddy to mount directly to a metal door surface or the inner side-walls of your safe.
Open out renal pack and open equipment onto your pack (your aseptic field), do not place other equipment in this area.
The PKS 16 Multi circular saw has a maximum cutting depth of 16 mm, just enough for all easy DIY projects. If your safe door and walls are carpet-lined, there is also a two-pistol WeaponRAC Caddy with Velcro Mounts. The user can select the desired cutting depth by releasing the spindle lock, and reactivating it once the required depth has been selected.”In addition to these, Lauer points out that a cut control function offers the user easy and precise cutting line guidance and the 400 W motor allows for powerful sawing.
The Bosch PSK 16 Multi has the added benefit of an attachable vacuum cleaner adapter which provides the user with a dust-free work environment. Track Development The same 2-3 staff members should cannulate the fistula during the development phase.
There is also a locking switch which ensures user safety, as well as a cover hood for user protection.The PKS 16 Multi circular saw is suitable for a variety of applications due to three different saw blades as well as a plunge cut function. These staff members should agree on the direction and angle of the needle insertion at the start of the ‘track’ development. It comes with a wood saw blade, a multi material saw blade and a diamond cutting disc for use in hard materials, and the saw blade can be lowered and raised according to the cutting requirements enabling plunge cuts to be completed precisely, easily and safely.“The plunge cut function allows the user to do cutting work in the middle of the work piece without damage to the outer area.
This should be continued for 12 – 18 cannulations before blunt needle cannulation is attempted.  Prior to cannulation the scab needs to be removed from the site in the same manner as outlined in the procedure below. There are markings on the base plate which show the user the position of the saw blade at a maximum cutting depth.
The scab picker attached to the blunt needles should always be used for scab removal, even if a blunt needle is not required. The line on the cut control indicates where the saw blade is located in the vertical horizon,” explains Lauer.He comments that the Bosch PKS 16 Multi is simple to operate. Open out renal pack and open equipment onto your pack ( your aseptic field), do not place other equipment in this area.
It makes use of specially developed saw and cutting blades which ensure a clean and tear-free cut. The Bosch PKS 16 Multi is the ideal tool for any DIY enthusiast as it is lightweight at only 1,9 kg and the different saw blade options means that one tool can be used for a number of different applications,” he concludes. Ends Notes to the EditorThere are numerous photographs specific to this press release.
In 2011, the division’s associates generated sales of €3.8 billion, 90 percent of which was generated outside of Germany. With brands such as Bosch, Skil and Dremel, the division stands for customer focus and extremely high power of innovation. The core success factors are the power and pace of innovation: Bosch launches more than 100 new power tools into the market every year.
In 2011, around 40 percent of the sales of Bosch Power Tools was achieved with products that have been on the market for less than two years.



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