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ITT we post the gods of /out/
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>>1457654
Im glad SOMEONE is thinking straight
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>>1457615
>I wasn't shooting to kill, the people got in the way!
I like Ted, but don't be a faggot.
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>>1457406
Read his manifesto and you'll know
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>>1457694
Got a chuckle outta me, mate. But seriously, I don't know how anyone can defend violence that's not used in self-defense.
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>>1457699
cringe

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im collecting kits, too lazy to put one together ..
post your kits
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>>1451063
i'll tag along with some refreshments :)
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>>1451287
based
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>>1456429
>>1456450
can you give an example of a pack with better ergonomics then?
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>>1452784
Most outdoorsmen use .22lr handguns/revolvers.
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So /out/ have you had any accidents while innawoods?
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>>1453688
kind of feel sorry for the guy, he must have shit parents
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>>1453436
And everyone clapped
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>>1453334
Made the mistake of diving into a reservoir barefoot while camping. Sliced my foot up reeeeal nice. Was on the first day of a 2 day camping trip too. However, I did get to see how well my duct tape worked as a bandage. My bros felt bad for me, so they rolled joints for me all night. That silver lining.
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>get blind drunk up north dead winter
>get friend to roll a truck into a bank after
>stagger 2km back to cottage
>make 50m before stumbling into snow bank
>fall asleep
>wake up to tow truck pulling truck out
>pneumonia for a week

always learn from your mistakes, the last one may cost you
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>>1456749
what?

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Have you ever taken a gril /out/?
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>>1431865
>be me
>had gay sex in tent
>smelled bad
feelsbadman
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>>1438549
>willing to put in the time and effort to become a chad like him.
MASSIVE cope.

>Strong Inverse Association Between Height and Suicide
https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/pdf/10.1176/appi.ajp.162.7.1373

>Height is extremely important
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/fulfillment-any-age/201306/why-women-want-tall-men

>Love at first sight is real
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/meet-catch-and-keep/201801/is-love-first-sight-real

>It takes 13ms for people to differentiate attractive faces from unattractive faces
http://psycnet.apa.org/record/2005-15801-011?doi=1

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>>1444444
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Taken a few girls /out/. Actually met my wife whilst camping. Cucked a buddy of mine. Could green text it after i get off work if anyone would be interested.
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>>1457643
Yes

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When I started off I wanted to buy high end stuff, and I realised that I always tried to buy the best and the cooler it looks the better.

In 180°ed away from that, but it took me a while. Here a couple of tips:

Don't buy stuff you can DIY or already have yourself. There were a bunch of things where I believed that I had to buy a new thing. But look around and you will find something that works just as well.

Dont buy stuff for looks. I user to have tactical knives because they looked super cool. Battoning is retarded and for carving I use the same Opinel i got for 10£ which I use to gut my fish. To chop wood I have my own, small hatchet which was like 15£. Tadaa, instead of spending upwards of 80£ for a knive, I spent less than 30 quid and it does more for me. And both those things do better what the knife did alone, the hatchet won't break and the opinel cuts better.

Don't buy stuff you won't need. This one seems obvious. But if you are going not far from home, especially in the beginning, you don't need to bring the same stuff you would use for a weekend. Also: don't buy food, make your own. Learn some recipes that are good for on the way, like hiney roasted peanuts. This will save you a TON of money, since MREs are fucking expensive (on that note I recommend that you can also bring insta noodles with you, they are something I like to cool when I'm /out/ and can't fish, and also as a backup food.)

Cut corners, but don't be cheap. Read reviews before you buy, and if in doubt, ask /out/. There are always gear and q&a threads.
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>>1457336

Opinel's are alright, but they're not that robust for a folder in the blade. Soft food prep and they're great, but I'd avoid bone slicing or any harder wood carving (knots). I wouldn't put the tip in anything but soft foods.

Cheap hardware hatchets are good enough, though the edges usually suck and aren't sharp, albeit they're good enough for splitting and chopping.
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>>1457686

O, and I'd recommend something like a Byrd Cara Cara if you want a more robust folder that can handle harder work.

Probably not much more than an Opinel of equivalent size, but you get better steel and thicker stock for the blade, plus easier opening and a pocket clip.
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>>1457336
I would still prefer a folding knife with an actual lock.
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>>1457836
It does have a lock. You turn the metal ring once opened and it sits in place. That's perfect for Germany, since AUTOMATIC locks are banned (so are blades >12cm, blades you can open with one hand and so on?
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>>1457525
Idk how the shit looks, it's the taste, boy.

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is it possible to live 100% off grid? as in no wageslaving for property taxes, maintenance, etc?
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settling in the chernobyl zone is the only way OP
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>>1448425
Sure, but you don't want to.
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>>1448425
No the ki... government won’t allow it.
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>>1452277
There are ways that property taxes can be minimized. Raw land is often taxed very low, so you'll want to put a temporary structure on there without affecting the assessment.
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In a developing or undeveloped country yes

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How do you keep your phone from dying in cold weather?
Was hiking in 20 degree weather and it kept shutting itself down.
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Smartphones are not really built for such weather conditions. If you have to take it, remove battery, store it somewhere warm, but dry. Use phone only when in need, preferably not outside but during stops like overnight camping or lunch break. Most smartphones also provide ultra battery mode which will help a lot if you use it to navigate.

Apart from that you should learn to orienteer with a map and compass. I'm pretty sure you'll find lots of tutorials in your language but the most basics are like this:

> use the compass to find north
> align your map so it's top is facing it
> find your position (look for landmarks and near you to help you)
> determine the azimuth (deviation from north) and distance to your target
> if it's longer hike, find some landmarks inbetween and use them to orient
> set it on your compass according to what you found out
> now you know which way to walk
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>>1456935
How do you phone cuties?
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I've got a "rugged" smartphone, and it works fine in -30 Celsius which is -22 Fahrenheit. It's rated to work at -20 Celsius, but I think since I only take it out of my pocket for a few mins at a time, it doesn't have time to drop down to that temperature. 10300 mAh battery means that even if battery capacity drops dramatically, I still have enough charge left.

So basically, keep yours in your pocket close to your skin so it stays warm and only take it out when necessary.
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>>1457955
He hasn't talked to a woman in ten years anon.
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>>1456935
Yet you people never pass up an opportunity to tell people you don't use a phone. Pure attention seeking.

Old one is dying. Can anyone identify this axe?
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>>1442941
the piece Ray is using is clearly at least 3 inches across
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>>1442331
I think it's used for fighting, and there good grip is more important. I would take blisters over a severe case of blood deficiency.
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Where to find norlund hatchet for non retarded prices like on eBay?
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>>1457766
Five years ago.

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>Go on yearly out road trip with bros
>friend self invites his new gf this year

How do I tell him hes a dickhead for not asking us first
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>>1452940
This.
Unless she already goes /out/ on her own she's probably gonna wanna go home the first night after her phone battery dies and she hears a scary noise in the bushes.
The distance you're going your don't wanna be taking a newbie that far or on a multi day
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Bump
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>>1452907
>bro invites gf so they can all have a gang bang on road trip
>faggot op gets mad
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>>1452907
You posted this same thread in /trv/ last week and got the same reply.
>>1452910
It's still correct.
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>>1457965
I actually posted both around the same time to see if the responses would be the same

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They're building a massive windpark a few hours drive away from where I live.
240 km of construction road is being built straight through previously untouched, wild nature. Contruction vehicles will be driving up and down that road with equipment until the massive thing stands finished in 2020.

I hate this but I can't really do much about it alone
Is there any large, active and preferably "extreme" eco activists groups in Europe I can tip off about this?
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>>1456968
imagine being such a deluded internet typing retard, that you think all that life amounts to is suffering
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>>1457878
Imagine having such a low IQ that you think when someone says "nature" on an outdoor forum that they mean something besides the Earth's biosphere
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>>1448522
16% of the population of the planet still don't even have power and cook their food by burning animal feces. (which is horrible environmentally as well as for their health). Do we just leave them in the dark to reduce energy consumption?

Also, the important thing to remember is that 71% of the world's CO2 emissions come from the top 100 polluting corporations, framing the issue as a personal moral one that could be solved by energy efficient bulbs alone is unhelpful.
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everybody here is retarded
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>>1457917
>Muh global warming
Don't shill your fake science here unless you are getting paid kid

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do you go /out/ with friends? or do you go solo like a loser?
>tfw i have no /out/ friends to collect mushrooms with
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Yeah, I'm almost always solo. I would loved to have had someone to share both the harvesting and eating of the cinnamon vine ("Chinese yam") "potatoes" I found a little while back, such a rare, odd treat.
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>>1455414
the trees and wildlife are my only friends
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>>1455417
>>1455418
these look breddy tasty desu
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>>1455417
My name is Tear-en-mih-kennn-ah and I'm here to tel ya ah-bout the t-i-me I did mush-rooms and engaged in ped-ah-feel-ee-ah

What is this circly area of circleness?
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>>1457799
You're right, I did show you, glad I could help.
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>>1457769
>>1457794
It's way bigger than crater lake which was formed from major volcano blowing up.
It would have to a huge volcano, do they even make a nice circle when that large?
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>>1457813
see >>1457776
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>>1457761
What large geographical circular object are you talking about?
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>>1457931
You're mom's ball's and cock

Anyone here live the vanlife? I want to learn more about it.
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>>1450145
If you attempt to flaunt the "fact" that you make more money than someone else in some sort of shit attempt at one upping someone, you 100% do not make more money than that person. You are a poorfag plagued by poor decisions and delusions of grandeur.
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>>1449525
First thing to know:
Your pic related is nowhere near what vanlife actually is
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>>1449528
agreed with the point of not being a bum living in a van not much else
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>>1457644
This, and it shouldn't cost you over $1k to do the inside unless you decide to go fucking nuts with shit like power, heated showers and other excessive shit.
Even with a simple solar setup to charge a phone/laptop and maybe run a small TV you can get it under a grand.
You can get it down really cheap if you cut corners with recycled material, camping gear and do away with power. Nate Murphy has two vids on builds he did; one is a $100 build in the back of a station wagon and the other is a $1k van build he did in 17 days. Both well worth a watch
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>>1457681
>>1457681
Are you so dense that you want me to be specific about the costs related to refurbishing an engine from the top down or replacing driveline components?

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I wasn't sure which board to post this on but it seems most metal detecting threads appear here.

So what are your most interesting finds? I haven't found much in my area apart from a few Victorian coins.
Took a friend out once and we were taking turns and he goes and finds a George 3rd penny cheeky cunt
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>>1450507
A bunch of sketchy dudes went digging in my uncle's yard at night. He lives in town but has a property outside of town with old house and buildings
Somebody called the police on them and they got arrested. They had a €18000 euro underground scanner and thes tory is that there is a 50kg gold cache buried under a giant pear tree. The police is patrolling around the area since the gold is state property according to our laws
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Got me some 10k
Says SKUSA inside but can’t find anything about them
>>1457631
Geez that’s not good
Weird that it isn’t considered your property though if you were to find it, don’t really like that the state can claim something that they don’t even know the location of
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>>1457826
>Says SKUSA inside but can’t find anything about them
This review says they're based in texas. I was unable to confirm or deny

https://www.amazon.com/Three-Stone-Diamond-Engagement-Carat/product-reviews/B004K6W04O
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>>1457871
did some poking around and found this
https://www.factorydirectjewelry.com/infinity-rings/white-gold-infinity-ring-with-black-diamonds/
which looks really dang close except the infinity is reversed
someone really needs to make a huge hallmark database
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>>1457920
>someone really needs to make a huge hallmark database
Maybe do what they did on tokencatalog.com, Just make a website where people can contribute their own findings so you can crowdsource the monumental task of cataloging them all.

Hey anons, I'm fairly new to being /out/ so please give me your best and most honest answers. I'm planning to walk across america sometime in the near future and have heard many mixed things on what equipment to bring. I'm also dirt poor so I'm trying not to spend much on experimenting with what I might like. What would you bring on such a trip, and how would you prepare? I'm planning to start from where I currently live, San Diego, and make my way to the northern east coast, if that helps.
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>>1457206
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>>1457328
This thread went far before it took a shit.

Shame the mods don’t clean stupid shit like this up
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>>1457417
>rubs hands
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>>1456018
/thread
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>>1457073
>le buttblasted plebbitor!
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>>1455883
I'm considering something similar, but on a bike.

I don't have any walking specific advice, but good luck brother.


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