December Auction for From the Trenches

The winners of the December Auction are:

  • Four Roll Toilet Paper Pack: Alev $30
  • Shooting Target – 6 inch: Toymaker $45
  • Shooting Target – 4 inch: Ryan M $20
  • Bill of Rights Full Size Reproduction: Toymaker $20
  • Flash Drive Containing Information on Our Rights: Christine Crosby $15
  • White Slave Labor In Early America CD: Ryan $15
  • Skull and Bones Christianity and Other 21st Century Anomalies CD: DL $15
  • 2019 This Land Photos Calendar: Ruth $60
  • Sons of Liberty DVD: Mary $47

Thank you to all who participated, we do appreciated it.  

Ed Teach, Ruth, Mary, and I are sponsoring an auction to raise funds for From the Trenches World Report.

This way, the Trenchers will get what they want and the Trenches will be supported.

All auctions will end on Friday, December 7th at noon, Pacific Time.

The winning bidder can either donate via PayPal or mail the donation to Henry Shivley, P.O. Box 964, Chiloquin, Oregon 97624.

Make sure you include your current mailing address so that the prizes can go out as soon as possible.

Thank you to Ed Teach, Ruth, and Mary for the donations and to all who participate.

Have fun!

11 thoughts on “December Auction for From the Trenches

  1. Steel targets are rated to stop all handgun and most rifle calibers. Recommend a safe distance as well as bullet speed under 2800fps at time of impact.

  2. Please note: The flash drive contains Henry’s presentation of The Bill of Rights/Common Law Explained
    The 2 writs found here at FTTWR
    The Federalist Papers
    The Anti-Federalist Papers

  3. Just to let you know, Henry and Laura, I just paid for this using PayPal (I did not have $15.00 cash available to send. Don’t want to send a check…you know how the PO can be!)

  4. Sorry for the delay. Ive been extremely busy this week. Items are sent out. Tuesday for Toymaker. Alev, yours will be a bit longer.
    What a nightmare the post office is. 3 windows. 1 person and a line out the door. Only took an hour and a half. No wonder they are broke.
    Enjoy your prizes.
    Now off to work. This job thing is overrated.

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