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We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread. Topics typically posted here include:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, and other activities involving the stalking or taking of game (including bird-watching)
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, train-hopping, hoboism, etc.
>Outdoor destinations and exploration (specific trails, parks, regions, etc.)
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (meet-ups, Scouts, NOLS, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics

Most topics related to the outdoors are fine. Write properly, behave politely, encourage a respectful community, and most importantly, GO OUTSIDE!!
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Just a friendly reminder that threads about weapons which do not pertain to their use in outdoor activities should be posted on /k/ instead. Thanks.

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>Dense cities are terrible! Eww we shouldn't make any more! Everyone should live in rural areas!

This is 100%, absolutely retarded if you want there to be more natural-use land. The denser we make cities, the more wilderness there is to go around, and the more available rural land is for /out/ types who really want it.
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>>1846694
Yes, stop building mixed income bullshit apartments in the suburbs. Keep them all just south of downtown in their congested urban hellholes.
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For scale purposes. Add 'Kowloon' to it.
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>>1846694

The clear and obvious answer is that we need to get rid of about 4 billion people on this planet.
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>>1846722
I don't want to get /pol/itical on this board but the removal of blacks from this Earth just seems like a net gain. But alas probably not possible
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>>1846722
This would be 2 billion kryshtuns & 2 billion moslems who hate each other. Put them in the Sahara, give them all the guns ,tanks, ammo, missles they want - no food, no water ,no nukes and turn them loose on each other. In 3 or 4 days they are all where they say they want to spend eternity anyway.
.......and for those of us who like it here on Earth ,we have population down to 3 billion or so. Somewhat manageable.

Please post cute /out/ men pictures.
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>>1845537
Is this a Chris-Chan quote?
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>>1845536
Is this nigger eating paint?
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Hot dudes ITT, nice work, we're gonna make /out/ live up to its name

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What are some places that are abnormal, that nature gets fucked? Like an anomaly?
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>>1845993
that's interesting, hope we all die
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>>1845691
thats a cinder cone from volcanic activity, nothing unusual there
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>>1845908
It is a gas field that collapsed due to drilling and then we set it on fire. It's not natural at all
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>>1846093
Columnar basalt formations are all over the pacific northwest, there are some really spectacular examples (pic related)
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>>1846528
They still have these in Turkey.

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´which lighter do you use:

1. fire steel
2. gas
3. fuel

???
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>>1845235
>this lack of self awareness
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>>1845189
>being a firecuck
real men just wear the skin of the animals they kill
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>>1845189
Primary-matches
Secondary- Jet lighter
Matches are so fucking good, if you only have regular grocery store type ones, 2 or 3 at once usually do the trick in less than optimal weather
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>>1845189
Punkwood charcoal is good and easy to make. One touch of a flame to that, or a spark and the whole thing will burn. It's easy to start fires with it.
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>>1845189
Bic lighter and a backup Bic lighter

Even as a child, I remember seeing a Dateline episode about him and thinking he was a retard.
Yet normies, especially leftwing hippie types, idolized him for some reason.
Does anyone have sympathy for him?
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>>1846539
The guy did a terrible job at living but at least he lived. A lot of people don’t even try. Maybe he’s not a hero but he’s a human being like myself who did the best he could as he saw things and didn’t settle for what others said was best. I respect that even if he was incompetent. That pasta is funny but underscores my point; that life is way cooler than if he’d just stayed at home and played racing videogames. People idolize him because he had initiative they do not.
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>>1846600

>attention possible visitors.
>s.o.s.
>i need your help. i am injured, near death, and too weak to hike out of here.
>i am all alone, this is no joke. in the name of god, please remain to save me.
>i am out collecting berries close by and shall return this evening.
>thank you,
>chris mccandless
>august ?

>but at least he lived
Yeah and then he fucking died, starved to death alone in the middle of nowhere at the age of 24. If anything Chris's story makes people less likely to follow their dreams.

>Hey kid go out and do what you love and you too can die in a bus from exposure and starvation.

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>>1846600
>but at least he lived
I get that impression, but how is he different from someone who drinks or smokes himself to death?
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>>1846539
He was incredibly determined and went after his lifelong dream, which is somewhat admirable, if not short-sighted. a lot more than some people can say, I suppose
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>>1846539
Kek comment from YT:
> I always love the fact that he went all the way out into the middle of nowhere to get away from civilization and died on a bus.

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Loadout thread? Loadout thread

Post all your meme loadouts, ultralight loadouts, dayhike loadouts, bushcraft loadoutsl; flex all your fancy gear on anons, make anons pity for your poorfag build. Post your tarp, tent, tarptent, larptent, tipis, yurts, anything you can pick up put and move.
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>>1846362
You’re doing an awful lot of begging to see another mans body. Seems pretty gay anon...
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>>1846368
I support all UL hikers who
1. Are not overweight
2. Don’t have a gay meme pine tree tattoo
3. Don’t have a trail name or call themselves hiker trash
None are in this thread or innawoods
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>>1846374
Whatever you say Anon.
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>>1846165
that car plushie is so comfy i would literally put that in my pack unironically
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>>1846374
I’m confused as to why someone would hate overweight hikers. Isn’t hiking a great way to lose weight? That seems like an oddly specific stab because you think the other anon is fat.

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Do you consider Varg a good example of survivalism?
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>>1841543
He has a macbook pro...
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He's a poser youtube celebrity
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>>1841543
He's still alive isn't he? And he survived a retard trying to murder him AND prison. What do you think?
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>>1845662
Does this look like a MacBook pro to you?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESrvuyirTXI
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>>1846386
This
For all his failings and faults he is still alive- and this is the only really measure of success.
While it is debatable if he's winning, he fights the good fight

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hey /out/
do people still play paintball?
i used to be big into it back in my teens but stopped as real life happened
friends and i went to skirmish i.o.n. like 7 years in a row
i finally have the time and money to get a good setup and get back into it
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>>1846438
Greg Hastings or something? Vaguely recall seeing it. Never played. Did see the movie Blackballed. Some comedy about paintball that I think had the bald guy Lou from Hot Tub Time Machine.
>>1846312
My dick utterly throbs over all those weird game types. Had a stupid simple one when people were low ammo. Civil War. Basically just taking turns in lines shooting each other, then getting closer. Or one I loved where each team had a medic. I was always willing to stand up, and get pelted if the medic could give immortality keeping a hand on you.
>>1846382
I think most the old brands markers I knew are pretty much gone. I think Tippmann still around, and maybe Spyder or Empire or whatever. But the last time I went I didn't recognize fuck all for markers there.
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>>1846593
I work at a paintball site, and yeah Tippman is what we use as the cheap rental guns.It's alright, but I prefer airsoft, purely because airsoft works better with my style of play (which involves carrying a shotgun (or if its VERY up close, a sword) on my back and a bayonet on my rifle). You just can't beat a full frontal assault bayonet charge.
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>>1846611
Funny. I paintballed, and friends and I played with nerf swords, some shields, and other melee shenanigans all the time. I'd say Tippmann is still the trusty old brand everyone knows, and used once. Hell I'd still be using an old Tippmann pump if I was playing. Never got rid of my gear.
Did always think the dick waving between airsoft, and paintball was dumb. They're niche enough to be in danger of dying. Bitching about each other was just dumb.
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>>1846593
>I think most the old brands markers I knew are pretty much gone.

Because smartparts sued everyone out of business when their patent on their “electronic marker”. Every major label got sued at the team from Viking, WDP(Angel), DYE, to Boblong. It was a huge mess and Dynasty ended up having to leave WDP and played for Smartparts as part of a settlement. Fuck SP.
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>>1846717
Wow my typos are fucking horrid. Sorry, I was doing 3 things at once. This was back in 03-04. When Smartparts got approved on their patent they basically had a legal team ready and turned the market on its ear. The shocker also because amazingly popular due to its smaller profile and between those 2 things it became hard for companies to keep up. A lot of popular companies closed their doors because of it. The politics of it were also really draining. I remember back in 06 I was 18 and wanted to buy a V-Force profiler from Nation Paintball but they only had yellow ones and when I asked why they all looked at me like I was a fucking retard because apparently their contract went out and I, being a player, was apparently supposed to just know this stuff. I didn’t. Didn’t care and didn’t buy anything from their stand. I do miss some of the stuff but it was just drama and drama doesn’t stay in business.

What’s the solution to plantar fasciitis? Insoles?
I never had this issue before but my left foot is killing me lately
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If you talking about plantar wart then you just have to wait it out my 2 went away after 3 months if you cant wait grab some wart freezer stuff
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>>1845586
Mine lasted about 4 months. there's not much you can do. Its sorta like a broken rib which I've also had. Mine bothered me most the first 30 minutes after I woke up in the morning.
Try to stay mellow with it and eventually it heals & you can function better.
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>>1845601
You know damn well you cant "/thread" your own post.
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Not 100% certain that I had PF but the symptoms sure indicated so, and that I had it for several years. A coworker was diagnosed by a doctor with it and he told me I had it. Tried several different insoles, but no relief. Anyway, I stopped wearing dress shoes with heels to work and switched to comfy walking shoes. Took more than four months for it to go away, but it did and never has returned. Good luck with yours.
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>>1845586
Don't use it for a year as it takes up to a year to heal that disorder. Though I have a stick I use to take weight off of it while walking around. It's usually just one foot. I think I have gout in the other one ironically though. Joint issue in one, tendon in the other.. I knew I should have commit suicide when I was sixteen.

t. a FAT anon that has it and walk for miles anyway with it flaring up to the point can't move foot for a week straight

What are some good expedition/explorer movies/docs/YouTube vids to watch while I'm stuck in the house /out/?

I just watched Alone Across The Arctic on Prime Video. Shoalts seems like a good rugged chap.
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>>1841052
Leave No Trace Was great
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>>1840936
>GNAR
This movie had Evilfeast in it so someone on the prod team was based
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HpzJuExLrk
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>>1846727
wtf didnt mean to quote GNAR
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>>1846728
Never mind, just watch it!
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>>1845129
fucking love this movie

https://youtu.be/YZKGjbyvwus

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Alright, what is the best way to get rid of these fuckers - I found their burrow which I have easy access to. I just want to know the cheapest and most effective way to get rid of them.

1.) Trap and shoot them with an air gun? I live in a residential neighborhood so firing a 12 gauge wouldn't go well. My next door neighbor got a couple in his yard with a pellet gun, but he also said the bigger ones just shrug it off. I don't mind spending $150 for something I can get at Bass Pro or Walmart. Cage is also going to cost me as well. Looking at like $250, lots of watching and waiting, which I really don't have the time for.

2.) Smoke them out? There's a bunch of carbon monoxide ones on Amazon. I'm not too sure if this is a good idea since I don't know if they tunneled next to my foundation and exterior wall, and I don't want that shit getting in my house. Is there anything else

3.) Hippie bullshit? All this stuff about hot peppers and sulfur and piss-soaked rags. I'm fine if something works, and I can just gravel up the hole once I know they are gone.
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>>1844240
I’d treat it like a wasp nest.
Pour a couple of litres of petrol in.
Leave it a few minutes for fumes to spread. Everything dies.
Light it because fuck it, why not.
Problem solved.
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>>1846065
This is how my grandpa and great uncle used to do it.
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>>1846065
That’s how we deal with feral cats here.
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>>1844240
Can you eat these things???
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>>1846320
yes

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Just wanted to keep this going for anyone interested. Just got a dinghy of my own and have been practicing my seamanship on the weekends while tending to her on weekdays. Either plan trying to navigate her from one boat launch to another along the coast of the island I live on or practicing my recovery after staging some capsizes in a shallow bay nearby. Any other drills or exercises you guys do to become better sailors?
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>>1845652
Cleveland, that's about 500m from the mouth of the Cuyahoga River into Lake Erie
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>>1846353
I see them on rare occasions, never really understood the appeal unless its a 2 mast rig. Yea you can get a full double berth in the stern which is nice i suppose.
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OP here. Hopefully some inspiration for dudes who want to learn how to sail. Had to come to terms with the fact that I couldnt actually learn to sail from just reading about it soon after I posted this thread. Tried launching out of a my local marina and ended up stuck on a barrier and had to flounder for a bit while a bunch of people watched. It was very embarrassing, but one old guy told me to come down there on Thursdays and volunteer to race. Did what he told me and for a month I raced under the same skipper. Taught me a lot of stuff. Because I stuck with it I just accomplished my goal of taking my boat from one marina to the next town over's pier last weekend. On the way back I sailed back into the same marina I couldnt even get out of a month a go wing and wing, jib over the portside and main over the starboard. As I slowly made my way to the pier and the nearby Navy base began to play colors in the distance I felt like a real salt and swelled with pride. Dont let failure deter you. This is a tough sport to get into, especially if you never did it growing up. Network a bit and see if you can get an in with your local sailing community. From what I've seen most racing leagues are always in need of a few spare deckhands.
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>>1822861
It's current year. They hate homeless people as much as hitler hated work shy people and gypsies. BUms often live in boats, but it's a rich person hobby too, so they freak the fuck out extra hard. Also, boats being cheap and also expensive doesn't help the drama.
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>>1846698
>2
That's the way to do it. I started learning like that 10 years ago and now own 1/3 of a racer cruiser. Sailing is complicated and if you get it wrong the consequences can be severe.

Another good point is that there are lots of ageing skippers who are looking for good crew. If you don't have money then hard work can go a long way.

Ultimately if you want to own a boat it is a lot of money unless you want to own a rotting floating trailer.

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Why is there no international /out/ religion that practices living in harmony with Mother Earth and Nature?
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>>1845191
>they're all Christian
Anon, maybe you haven't heard of the enlightenment and modernism but by today's standards "God is dead". Most western countries are apathetic to the idea of God and are irreligious by majority. Even then, I never argued that there weren't bad Christian people. I was stating that saying "American and European environmentalism is probably unrelated to Christianity" is a completely false statement as they are very much related because of resurgent academics and early Christian environmentalists.
>the greeks
I misspoke when I said they invented rationalism, but aristotelanism and platos dialogues would've been lost to time had it not been preserved by Catholics. Scholasticism, and by extention academia, was entirely produced by Chritian theologians. This is due to the fact that scholasticism was founded in the combination of Catholic theology and their interest in studying historical rhetoric and dialogue. I also specifically included the debt Christendom has to Islam for their advances in mathematics and astronomy.
>Muslim Africa
This issue is very complex, North Africa is Muslim and for the most part is doing well alongside countries with positive colonial relations which are Christian. There's no denying that it is also because of the international interest in the continent, that it's central landscape has been raped by political strife and purposefully stunted economic development. Not all nations in Africa have the same demographics, religious diaspora and political stability anon.
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>>1845222
>According to the 2019 Eurobarometer survey about Religiosity in the European Union Christianity is the largest religion in the European Union accounting 64% of the EU population
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Europe#Eurobarometer_survey_2019
>The most popular religion in the U.S. is Christianity, comprising the majority of the population (73.7% of adults in 2016)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_the_United_States#Abrahamic_religions

The west isn't even irreligious by plurality. It is solidly majority Christian. And surely these percentages are not following an *upward* historical trend, both by my own imagination and by your assertion that everyone is abandoning religion in the modern day.

>I was stating that saying "American and European environmentalism is probably unrelated to Christianity" is a completely false statement as they are very much related because of resurgent academics and early Christian environmentalists.
Again, selection bias. I will not argue that Christian doctrine does not advocate care of the environment. Just that the correlation between Western Christianity and environmentalism cannot be so easily proven to be *causal*.

>Muslim Africa
Let me quote you verbatim.
>Or are you referring to the war torn Africa, whose economy and prosperity has been stripped down because of atheistic and greed-driven ideologies? Even then Africa is predominantly Muslim, and still prosperous in the north west (look at Morocco and Senegal). Where does the wealth of Europe come from, a place that pales in comparison to the resource rich Africa, if not from the Church's long tithing and teaching? Abrahamic religions are driven towards education and are surrounded by wealth (different from greed because it is used differently), with the exception of those who pervert theology, because sublimity is intellectually stimulating.
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>>1845241
Nothing I said about Africa was contradictory anon, the continent is huge and people began perverting theology for conquest and pillaging well before colonial Africa. Most of the damage we see today was caused by the propaganda machine of the ussr and third worldist rhetoric telling Africans to kill white people. Most African animosity comes from europeans who valued resources and wealth more than human life which is a tragedy and immoral by Christian virtue.
>environmentalism cannot be so easily proven to be *causal*
http://johnmuirquotes.com/johnmuirquotes.html
Muir, Thoreau, Emerson, etc all founding fathers of the school of ecophilosophy founded their views through the sublimity of God. The first laws discussing animal treatment, biodiversity, and sustainable agriculture were seen in early Jewish law. This isn't a correlation, environmentalism was created by God-fearing people who knew their purpose as stewards.
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>>1837050
Anastasinism?
They live in Russia and settle remote areas, plant pine trees?
The Amish?
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>>1837050
Religion and money are the two reasons you'd likely want to leave society in the first place.

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>Open tent
>see this
wat do?
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>>1837742
Bear spray is a lot lighter. I love my AR but that's for hunting niggers protesting in my house, not carrying innawoods on the remote chance a bear decides to check out my tent.
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>>1814254
close tent
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>>1843138
ponies are scarier. They're the only equine that has ever gravely injured me.
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>>1815847
rip old /r9k/
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>>1814389
Jules are about the size and speed. If it's heavier it'll still be the same jules often enough.


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