It’s an age-old question… What’s inside a Flagpole? This is the correct answer. Flagpole balls are decorative. A flagpoleball is made of two aluminum-welded curved pieces. These two pieces are then attached together to a 1/2″ threaded metal rod and placed into a flagpole truck. Sometimes, the ball can be called a truck. The correct term is finial. The pulley systems are located in the truck. Most trucks have threaded holes to accommodate the ball. It is possible attach from site here the ball to your truck. This stops water from getting into hollow flagpoles.
Urban legends tell us that symbols are placed inside the ball to stop other nations from taking our flag. The items and stories are varied.
The most valuable items found in the bag include a ball, a razor, or match. The last soldier would cut the flag into strips using a razor, and then burn them. He would finally use his bullet for suicide. Usually, the gun responsible is hidden at base of flagpole.
This basic story is subject to many variations. Another popular option is to use the razor for removing the flag from the halyard. It is not intended to be used for the flag. Another option is to use the bullet for flag defense rather than suicide.
Hidden items might sometimes include additional items. Depending on which version you have, the extra item could be a grain of either wheat or rice. The soldier uses rice to fuel the defense flag. The wheat is used to rebuild food supply in case the soldier wins. To repair flag damage, another item could be obtained if victory is achieved. You can also get a pencil for writing.