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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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Why everybody in /out/ spergs so much about dead birb? Is it really that good or just a meme?
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Does arcteryx have black friday sales?
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>>1622961
Same. I’d do horrid and unspeakable things to that short haired hottie.
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>>1619378
>>1622961
>>1625009

I'm traveling to Australia soon, will I be able to acquire a tomboy gf who calls me a "kant"?
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>>1617114
>expensive but good
Expensive but okay. Theres better materials out there.
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>>1625045
Like what?

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Big debate over bear spray vs. guns.

I say why not both? But carrying both isn't SUL, so which choice is best? I think a gun has better multiple uses; consider the following: signaling, spray can't do that. And as a visual threat for two leggers, it reigns over spray. For cauterizing, the powder would be superior to spray. And spray can't aid in fire starting.
>therefore gun > spray
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>>1626433
Does it have a swivel seat?
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>>1626463
>can carry a bucket
>does it have a seat??
Christ...
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>>1626471
Is it insulated?
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You're in a really dicey shit situation if you ever need either. Don't be a idiot that gets into such a thing.
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>>1626487
>can hold fucking anything
>hurr i-is it insulated??
Are you an insect-man? Where is your imagination? I guess we found the target demographic for overpriced gimmicky bullshit.

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>be woman
>go /out/
>do shit like this
Why do women ruin every hobby?

https://youtu.be/UqU19dR0bFE
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>>1622715
if you weren't an ultra offended double retard you'd know equality is the stupidest idea ever to consider reality and not a moral ideal
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>>1615846
I got this, anons.
pic related
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>>1619588
>Also, this is 4channel not 4chan sweaty.
It's not reddit either, faggot.
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>>1621805
You just explained why they shouldn't.
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>>1615844
Dunno. She seems to think it's the bees knees.

What type of stove for cooking dioes /out/ use,
is it gas(propane/butane), or do you use multifuel and what model/company?
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>>1626263
>materialistic hero worship
Nothing wrong with wanting nice things, anon.
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>>1626206
Thanks for the info, I personally use a BRS Ti stove with MSR isobutane, but I don't plan on backpacking in temps under 10F, so I should be fine.
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>>1626206
So those gas burners that are mounted directly on the canisters are no good in winter conditions?.
Isn't the wintergas supposed to solve this problem?.
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>>1626280
>Isn't the wintergas supposed to solve this problem?.

See this graph >>1626195
The pressure curve of the graphs assumes that the two fuels (propane + isobutane/butane) stay mixed. But in reality if it is very cold, the propane will vaporize faster than the butane leaving you with just butane after the first 20% of the canister is used, and your upright stove will work a lot less efficient or even stop working if it's cold enough

See vid related
https://youtube.com/watch?v=vbuhwHfhR18
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>>1626176
A similar sized cup (750ml instead of 800ml) is $35.

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My new EDC, rate my setup sempais.
The phone is a Moto G5 Plus
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>>1625653
I wonder how that would compare in terms of temps, and pack size/weight with my REI PolarTec ones? If the same that would be great, and cheaper.
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>>1625647
its the closest to a swiss army knife with decent pliers you can get
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>>1625661
I have a small stainless steel SAK that just has a money clip, knife, scissors, and nail file but I somehow lost it recently. Also it cost me $50 when I got it back maybe 7–8 years ago for some reason. The Juice would make a good upgrade.
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>>1625307
>the virgin victorinox
>not using the superior Leatherman
Never gonna make it /out/ there
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>>1626499
>(((Leatherman)))
>superior

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What would be the best and cheapest place to live off grid in Europe?
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>>1625583
Theyre better than merchants, redguards or sandkips.

But theyre below say latinos or south asians, and waaay below east asians.
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>>1625583
they are loud, obnoxious and band together. they sing their horrible fucking music anywhere they want, or rather just generally do whatever they want.
if one of them likes your shoes and there are many of them around, they'll stab you, and thirty "real witnesses'' will say that you stabbed yourself 30 times in the chest.

you can hardly buy a used car because of them. they buy up every car they can, break it, bring it back to you with six guys sitting in the back, and demand money back. if you buy from them you either get a piece of shit that will go exactly 14km distance, or they will find you (either through the contract of the sale or other gypsies who were told to look out for the car that was sold) and steal the car back, and you're lucky if they don't take anything else.

they live in yards called a "putri", which is a one or two family ghetto full of actual shit, junk and dead animals, but they always carry the newest iphones, designer bags an clothes. they have a shitload of kids, who are raised to be violent, the parents collect a METRIC FUCKTON of welfare and when the welfare office comes to check on them they either hide their expensive stuff and put on their designated "poorpeople costume", or threaten the people checking on them, and they usually oblige.

also, they write graphiti everywhere saying "hungarians will die out" and other nice things about the people who are basically sustaining them.

oh and ofcourse, if you criticise them you are LITERALLY WORSE THAN HITLER

god the race wars cant come soon enough.
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>>1625605
Thanks anon u refueled my hate for gypsies again
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>>1617997
I'm mixed, German mother black father. Would that slide or?
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>>1625596
>gypsies
>better than (((merchants)))
Fuck no. They’re like Jews with even fewer morals. Only reason they’re not running the world is because while the Jews are smart tricksters, gyps are fucking idiots.

Is the outback the /out/ car? Great fuel economy, lots of space, AWD standard? What is not to love?
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>>1626406
whoops I used the wrong dimension. 65" (5'5") to back of driver's seat with driver's seat fully forward.
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>>1616239
>troopcarriers windshield banner
cringe
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imagine not riding a motorcycle lol
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>>1626406
>>1626407
How come there are all these people who have beds in the back of theirs then? Are there different versions or something? This guy is 6'4" and the air mattress he puts in the back is 6'3": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksDLsfahTAU
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>>1613145
It depends on just how much extra capability you want, and just how much you're willing to sacrifice in comfort, road manners, and fuel economy to get it.

Subarus are good compromises, but there are many places they cannot go.

Something like a wrangler or 4Runner are great vehicles as a dedicated trail vehicle, but suck dick as daily drivers.

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thoughts?
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>>1624988
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>>1624988
>>>/pol/
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>>1625024
cringe
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>>1624988
As with most philosophical works, a lot of the analysis is great, while some is kooky. But also as with many philosophical works, the prescriptive portion is insane and stupid.
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>>1624988
Based and redpilled. /our guy/

Have you ever climbed a mountain?
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Yes, but the highest I've gone is 2690m in Switzerland. It was just a pass, not a peak. I've climbed many significantly shorter mountains to the top in the Adirondacks, though.
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>>1624693
Elevation isn't everything.
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>>1624678
>Have you ever climbed a mountain?
If you mom was a mountain, yes.
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>>1624678
Yes, many. I get kinda squirrely if I go more then a month without climbing one anymore.
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>>1624678
Yes, only various Appalachian mountains but they're beautiful. There's a broad variety of flora to discover there.

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I never use these, what would slugs be best for /out/?

>inb4 zombies/bigfoot
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>>1626300
>I didn't say it's "less of a threat" you fucking faggot retards
No you didn't. You said:
>>1626097
>.223/5.56(scary assault rifle boolits) has less penetration through drywall than 9mm
And:
>>1625715
>9mm pistol rounds also penetrate drywall more than rifle rounds
Unless that's not both your posts?
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>>1626205
>what plants crave
Too funny! Can someone screen cap this for me? My phn can't do it justice.
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>>1626132
>The real threat
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>>1626447
I would rather be sucked on by a squirrel than ass pounded by bigfoot rape hobo. But yeah, now all squirrels must die!
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>>1625676
Bigfoot and bears.

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This has to be the ONE GUN for /out/: the Ruger GSR, Gunsight Sc/out/ Rifle. .308 Winchester, light weight, hits hard, fast handling. What's not to like?

What would be your ONE GUN for /out/?
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>>1626264
Blue pill thing.
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>>1626266
Blue pill is an erection set
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>>1626267
lol viagra joke, classic...
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>>1626259
An erector set is your mum and her sister.... constantly creating erections
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>>1625720
>ONE GUN
Probably a .22LR. Carry more ammo, effedtive head shots, quieter.

Why do farmers do this?
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>>1624672
they don't do it here, small paddocks are inefficient.
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>>1624744
>Doesn't understand a simple question
>Calls others retarded
Sorry to break it to you pal but you're definitely more retarded than op.
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>>1624771
idk the OP was pretty fucking confusing but I guess I could have figured it out from the responses. My b

>>1624674
In terms of space efficiency, sure, but having center pivot irrigation is nicer than the extra little bit of crop you could have gotten out of the little corners. Usually what's done if you give a shit about the little corner of space is that other crops/beneficial plants are grown, like planting trees to encourage birds to hang around your fields. Even if farmers do fuck-all with the little dead spaces, just having native vegetation growing in little spots around the place is good for the local ecosystems.

>>1624688
Automated irrigation*
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>>1624672
Water is life. Nedt?
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>>1624674
Obviously not a lot.

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Hey /out/ - apologies for the long post, but I’d love your advice.

Due to a disability in my ankles, I’ve pretty much been unable to do most outdoor activities since elementary school and general walking / standing became nearly impossible.

This all changed about 6 months ago when I got fitted for these super-rugged assistive devices (think exoskeleton legs) that have been life changing. I spent this summer trying to condition myself - I was pretty out of shape from not being able to do much before. Still not ‘in-shape,’ but excited to be doing as much new shit as possible.

Started going on little hikes, went paddle boarding, kayaking, and walked on the beach. Finally went *real* camping (I’ve been doing campgrounds for years, since I didn’t need to be on my feet) and the height of my personal achievements so far has been a 7 mile (largely uphill) hike on pretty jagged rocks on part of the Appalachian Trail (Jefferson State Forest / Grayson Highlands).

Now, I’m coming to the realization that I don’t have a) any really cool goals or b) any outdoor hobbies or collections. I’m naturally a bit of collector and I love building up to achievements (“hiking all of X trails in Y,” “visiting all 27 X in my region,” etc.).

So what the fuck should I do? Literally no suggestion is a bad one at this point: I’m super hyped about trying things I’ve never done and/or haven’t been able to do in over a decade. Would love to hear what I’ve been missing out on both in terms of active outdoor stuff and just hobbies/collections that can get me out into the the fresh air a little.

Constraints: I can’t quite run or jog yet, but I’m working on it. Would prefer that the active stuff be possible to enjoy with my wife (but general hobbies can be solo), and I am pretty busy in terms of schedule, so I can’t take off 3 weeks to go explore a rainforest or anything like that - at least not regularly.

Pic related: me on our hike at Grayson Highlands.
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>>1621043
good on you, OP
the next step you should try is 1-2 nights out
get some kind of tent/tarp, a sleeping bag and food that can be eaten cold (you'll move on to carrying cooking gear and cooking out after)
the ideal is to go to work on friday with your gear, drive out and camp friday night, then you get to experience a full day out on saturday. Wake up in the woods, walk all day, and st up camp for the Saturday night.
If you're still feeling out things as to how much your legs can handle, yyou can camp near your car, that way you can leave all cooking and sleping gear in it on Saturday, and go on a day hike with a lightr load
Do this once, and I'll garantee you'll be hooked
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I like this thread
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>>1616539
Taking photos of cool shit is an excellent idea, hey I might even start doing that myself (not OP).

Get a GPS and log all your trails, and store waypoints for cool shit you find. After a while you can load it all up in digital mapping software, and see all the trails you've "collected", and all the locations of the cool stuff you've found. Plus you'll also see where you *havent* been.

If you get something like a Garmin InReach, you also have a satellite emergency beacon in case your exoskeleton or legs fail.
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Bumping this wholesome thread
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Picture of the exoskeleton?

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What gloves do you use for cold /out/ings?
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>>1626467
>T
phone posting
>>1626470
>quoting the wrong guy
you guys are bad.
>Scandis
Check out Hestra gloves.
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>>1626470
I used to work outside in Alberta, it would get to be -40 celcius out. That's colder than you have ever experienced and my family is Scotch-Irish not bong.
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I heard sealskinz got good stuff.
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>>1626475
It was a joke lad, don't take it too serious. I appreciate your input.

>>1626473
>you guys are bad.
>not drunkposting
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>>1626477
Probably good but no leather option.
If only pic related would not cost a stupid amount of cash for a pair of gloves.


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