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Organization

I wish I was always this organized.

 

In fact, I have a marked tendency in this direction, but it doesn't come naturally. My desk and work areas are typically cluttered messes. While I am a fiend for filing and organizing stuff in bins and boxes, it first has to pile up in untidy heaps before I get around to sorting it.

 

I can't imagine any other way to manage all the stuff that accretes and accumulates as part of a manufacturing development effort. The bins are cardboard, we get them from U-Line and also use them to store our raw materials inventory.

 

Top shelf, left to right:

 

o Shotgun stocks Bin I (out of view)

o Shotgun stocks Bin II (out of view)

o Shotgun stocks Bin III (out of view)

o Shotgun stocks Bin IV (partially out of view)

o Shotgun stocks Bin V (partially out of view)

o CAR style AR-15 stocks

o A1 and A2 AR-15 stocks

 

Second shelf from top, left to right:

 

o Urbino® butt pads

o Urbino® stocks - Benelli M1, M2, M3 and SuperNova

o Urbino® stocks - Benelli M4

o Urbino® stocks - Beretta 1301

o Urbino® stocks - Mossberg 930

o Urbino® stocks - Remington 870 and 1100/11-87

o Urbino® stocks - Remington Versa Max

 

Third shelf from top, left to right:

 

o Grips

o Cheek risers

o LEO® adapters

o High-tube® adapters

o Magazine extensions

o Weapon lights

o Springs

o Receiver extensions

o Shotgun forends

 

Bottom shelf, left to right:

 

o Sights and optics

o SureShell® assemblies

o SureShell® brackets

o SureShell® yokes

o Magazine caps

o Barrel and magazine clamps

o Gages

o Shotgun bolts

o Chokes

o Sling mounts

o Butt pads

 

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Uploaded on November 24, 2015