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I recently got one of those, what should i expect to find?

Any /out/ anons are into treasure hunting?

The model i got is Eurotek pro and im in europe.
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Dig up some uxo and insert in pooper
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>>2261635
Trash, bottle caps, nails, soda cans, buttons and buckles, if you're lucky you're find useless coin or old toy
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>>2261635
I'm in Netherlands and find tons of old stuff. Mostly nails and bottle caps, sometimes coins over100-300 years old if I'm really lucky. Have fun and patience!
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You can expect to dig a fuck ton of holes to find a ton of junk metal, mainly iron & aluminum.
90-95% what you find will be garbage, if you're lucky you will find some coins, even more lucky & you'll find an old coin, & if you really really lucky you'll find something museum worthy.

I's think being in europe you stand a better chance of finding old stuff.
It will take you some time to learn your detector & how it reads different metals & how it reads them when they are oxidized. I've found copper artifacts before that came up as iron because of the oxidation & their size.
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>>2261635
>what should i expect to find?
Trash.

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>Be me, 29 yo
>Haven't camped since I was 5, back when my pops was kicking it
>Decided to learn a few things I will eventually like/want to teach my kids
>It's time to learn how to camp
>Got me a wood stove, tarp, sleeping pad and big ass cooler
Haven't been able to find a tent/sleeping bag combo for under a benjamin that will actually fit in a 40l duffel bag, any help would be greatly appreciated.
>Picrel is the tent Amazon suggests but seems bulky as fuck
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>>2259445
ive used those little heaters in tents lots with no problems. i wouldnt sleep with it running though.
but its better to sleep in a tarp lean to in the winter and sleep right in front of the fire. theres no bugs or rain so you dont need a tight enclosure, and everything stays dryer too. tents hold moisture from your breath, your sweat and from the heater. you can also dry your clothes and liners while you sleep.
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It’s not under 100 but a Kelly cosmic 20 will last you forever. Amazing 3 season bag, not heavy or bulky. Worth every penny. Another good budget option is the bishops pass
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>>2262006
Kelty*
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>>2257452
Get a Lanshen tent
Pic rel
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>>2257452
Decathlon has a nice cheap tent for $39.99, enough for some basic camping and it's free-standing. Dunno if it fits into your bag, though, depends on the cut.

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So in the 1900 topo map - north fork of deer creek (upstream of Cass, WV) - seems to be drawn as a road.

By 1922 it is marked "timber rr"

then - by 1940 it seems to be a walking trail.

It is still marked on the current topo maps as a hiking trail - but on the forest service website it is marked as a trail - but doesn't seem to be maintained because when you click on the trail - it would be listed as like class 2 trail or class 3 trail if it were still blazed and "officially" maintained.

Do you ever explore abandoned timber railroads?
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>>2261914
this is 1941, by the late 60s when the more modern scale topo maps started being produced it doesn't appear as a marked peak its just a point along little ridge I think

they just removed it entirely I believe
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>>2261910
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>>2261910
Atlantis
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>imagine being so starved for attention that you start a THIRD west virginia spam bait thread
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>>2261910
Nothing all that odd OP. National forests are chock full of old logging roads. Great for snowshoe and grouse hunting.

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Quick!
You have 10 seconds to prove you go outside by posting a picture of your most recent /out/ing.

>inb4 b-b-but i don't have any pictures
fuck off and go LARP elsewhere, /in/cel
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>>2262084
See
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>>2261742
Based and Rural North Georgia-pilled.
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>>2262126
>>2262138
Is that a flat-tiddied GF or do you just go canoeing with immediately post-Metallica era Dave Mustaine
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>>2262156
she's wearing a puffy and a PFD you retard
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>>2261713
Looks like a nice spot. Any luck?

>>2244909
Yikes. You're fucking pathetic.

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What flashlight/s are /out/ approved?
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>>2229897
The United puts out several, one of which is like 3200 lumens
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>>2259274
this
fucking hell.

you people may as well use your phone flashlight app. Dont worry, if it drains down too far you can walk over to your car and plug it in to charge.
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>>2246130
MINI MAGLITE LED 2AAA FLASHLIGHT is also pretty sexy

I like my INOVA but I use my headlamp for hiking.
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>>2261207
>>2259274
>>2260382
Calm down ladies.
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>>2262077
Just ignore the newfags crying about genuine threads.

I rode for 2 hours yesterday which is the most I’ve done since I was a kid but my buttcheeksnever got this sore before.
Is it even possible to keep your bottom from getting sore while riding?
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>>2262104
Yes it is. Good job babysitting it.
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>>2262105
You’re an idiot.
How the fuck is it a bait thread?
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>>2260999
>mountain dew
>those trips
wasted on a fatty
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>>2262144
nevertheless, he's outside and you're not.
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>>2262188
>posting bait threads
>outside

Post any /comfy/ mountains and Alpine environments.
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What's a good /out/ hat? What style, any brands you like? What are you wearing? I've always worn a bucket hat but am considering getting an felt Akubra.
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Give me Lodenhut or give me death.
The Warmest hat you will ever own, because it will fill your heart with Wärme und Heimatliebe.
Song VERY related.

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_Z2-Mx4k_w
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>>2256631
The Bathurst exclusive Akubra is my goto
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>>2256666
Quads of truth anon.
Akubras are based
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>>2260064
>I fucking hate sunblock
Right there with you, NZ anon. I'll do anything to avoid having that oily material all over my skin and attracting dirt while /out/. The sun protection on those things is great, and they're easily shaped a lot of ways.
>>2260085
These will also get one made fun of, but my (cheap) ushanka is definitely a non-negotiable bring in the winter.
>>2260094
That is a handsome hat indeed.
>>2260557
I like mine a lot, I wear it most seasons and it's never been uncomfortable or sweaty / too hot.
>>2261507
>$5
It looks like it. You're going to be wearing it for a long time, it's OK to shell out a bit more. It's a good option if you go /out/ once a year though.
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>>2261568

true blue austrailian legend

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What are your thoughts on hammock camping?

Personally, I find it way more comfortable than a tent. It's also much quicker to set up/disassemble.

You just have to tie some cord between the trees where your hammock is, right above the hammock, and place a tarp on it. If it's windy during the night, just tie your tarp to the cord with smaller cords so it doesn't fly away, but you can let it hang loose over the two sides of your hammock and you're protected from rain and wind this way.
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>>2261978
>he doesnt know nicer tents can have their flies put up first
>he doesnt spend nights above treeline
>he doesnt deal with snow
Yep, everyone is the same, lives in the same spots and does the same stuff.
Autism must be rough.
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>>2261939
this thing
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>>2262039
Actually last time I WAS camping with my hammock in the snow.
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>>2261978
>It takes a while to find trees that are just right distance from each other.
Get a better suspension system.
Mine allows me to set my hammock up in a gap as small as 10’, and expands all the way out to 30’
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>>2261624
>he thinks 12k is flatland
The eternal larper strikes again

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>survivalism school
>$4900 for a month long course
is it worth it? I live in a megalopolis and desperately want to get out
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>>2261398
experience is more valuable and a better teacher than books
did one of these courses
>no packpack, no electronics, no flashlight, no store bought fire starting materials
>caught trout with bare hands
>killed, gutted, skinned and processed sheep
>learned to cook heart, lungs, liver
>made jerky
>practiced land nav
>made duff beds daily to not freeze at night at 11,000ft elevation and only a wool blanket for warmth
>did three day hike without food, last day hiked from 4,000-11,000ft elevation on empty stomachs
>three days solo camping, eating dependent on making fire, only way of making fire was with bow drill
it offers a safe environment to be pushed to your limits, learn and practice skills without any sort of crutch. it's a good stepping stone to learn and practice a lot of major survival skills without having the option to cheat. having experienced leaders around to demonstrate some skills, share their experiences, and pass down their own personal knowledge is something you won't get from any guide.

but I'm sure some of you rambo badasses don't need that. You've taught yourself to wrestle bears and eat things that'd make a billy goat puke.
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>>2260165
Take that $5k and go camping for a few months.
Then during that time you learn how to build fire, tie knots, make a walking stick, make a spear and try to catch a fish. etc.
Buy a few books to bring with, watch some videos..
Unless that money doesn't mean anything to you, go ahead.
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dont do it anon
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>>2260165
>live in a city
>learns how to survive in an indoor, air conditioned building with 30 other autists for a single month.
Good luck Machado, you could also just send me the money instead, invest it, and be your Tudor for a year.
>I'll include my card so you can find me
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>>2260284
Kek

#414-“Cyber Week!” Edition

Previous Thread:
>>2248877

Old thread is bumped off Page 1, janny pls.

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
http://www.pastebin.com/u/fishingandtackle
https://imgur.com/a/1Xw3N

New Bong Fishin Guide
https://pastebin.com/sDB5SQTq

First for best telescopic rod is the one you exchanged for a 3pc.

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>>2262049
Alcohol dries your skin so yeah, also tea is acidic by nature which can further irritate your dried delicate skin.
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>>2262073
I'm not sure if you're being serious but trying to keep a baitcasting rod steady without that trigger to grip onto would be really hard
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>>2261955
There a lot of differences, baitcasters are very handy but generally much more for specific scenarios(baits), while spinning is better general-purpose.
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>>2262073
>not fishing tactically

You're embarrassing yourself Jeeves.
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>>2262073
Trigger goes between pinky and ring finger so you can palm the reel and not have it move around.

Is anyone interested in doing the Secret Santa this year? I haven't been on /out/ much the last couple years, so I don't know if the board culture has changed or not. I helped organize it in 2018 and 2019 and would be willing to help do it again. I'll reply with an infographic that shows how it works
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>>2256253
got something coming your way! thanks for setting the spreadsheets up always
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>>2261427
Bought you something, Anon. To whom it may concern, make sure other Anons can actually ship a present to you (pic related)
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Pic didn't upload.
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>>2256251
Wishing all you anons a Merry Christmas.
3093V18L6Q6PF
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>>2259964
How do you do a secret santa without getting doxxed? I dont even have amazon in my /cunt/ ...

what are some good /out/ movies to watch? LOTR trilogy and the hobbit trilogy are ones that come to mind
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>>2256116
how so
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>>2256116
Nothing compared to Joe Simpson's factual account of How Not To Mountaineer.
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That last David Attenborough doco... Sharknado.
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>>2217258
Tron 2
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>>2217258
"Love and Monsters" was surprisingly entertaining once the protagonist got /out/.

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Hello /out/ I am homeless guy living in abandoned house with methheads but don't do drugs like them and trying to improve my comfort on the streets despite these bastards stealing everything all the time although desu I store all my stuff away from them and basically never get robbed compared to most people, only had three books stolen so far, and some lighters.

What is best portable stove designs / rocket stoves / etc. ?

I'm tired of buying those 90 hours candles at $4 each they are great but I have to pick up 40 beer cans to just buy one not including the taxes on them.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/Camping-Stove-Wood-Burning-Backpacking-Stove-Stainless-Steel-Alcohol-Wood-Camp-Stove-for-Picnic-BBQ-Camp-Hiking/PRD2BEC4Q554SLZ?rrid=richrelevance

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/Outdoor-Collapsible-Wood-Burning-Stainless-Steel-Rocket-Stove-Backpacking-Camp-Tent-Stove-Camping-Equipment-Survival/PRD49ASTDEZX73N

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/Lixada-Outdoor-Lightweight-Portable-Camping-Picnic-Alcohol-Wood-with-Storage-Bag/PRD5LRFMZAYNFEP

Some stuff I am looking at right now. Once long ago a traveling hobo showed me his own little stove he made that he runs off of pine sap that was great.

Please post about anything else too. I have a lot activated carbon I bought in bulk years ago from aquarium store, I use it mostly by putting it in socks, and putting them up to help absorb all the meth/tobacco/weed smoke and make this abandoned house smell less bad. I am pretty smart about a lot of things and yet sometimes really stupid and naive too so something I might never have thought about could sometimes really improve my life.

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>>2261818
Abandoned house retard. You are still homeless if you are living in an abandoned house. That abandoned house has it's owner so it's not OP's house.
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>>2261927
>lives inside a HOUSE
>HOMEless
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>>2262088
Just because he is inside a house that doesn't mean he has a house. He can be kicked out any time if the owner wants to. He is homeless because he has no house of his own.
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>>2261901
It's a clothing store. Duluth trading co. They specialize in outdoor and work clothes. Their stuff is usually really high quality 15$ for their wool socks is probably a good deal. I know it was a popular brand in Alaska. I didn't know you didn't have it in syrup land. Sorry.
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>>2262114
is English your second language or are you retarded?

The time is almost upon me /out/ my discharge from the army is immanent and I've decided to spiral down the veteran to gutter punk pipeline. I'll start with my comfy SUV fort and undoubtedly suffer some catastrophic crash in the first month and be actually homeless lol. Tips to not end up dead?
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>>2252459
I can confirm every word of your post is gold

my sister goes camping every year with her partner with volkswagen transporter and my father sleeps in his delivery truck a week of every month when on a job.

I have more tips from my father:
>install hidden switch somewhere inside cabin so the car won't start if it's not flipped
>when you park the car in shady area put some outdated car radio on your windshield to discourage thieves
>when you leave your car in rich neighbourhoods put a piece of paper with telephone number printed. There's a chance angry Karen would call you first instead of police/traffic wardens to get your car towed
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Why don't you just paint the van as security or do like the DEA and paint it with a flower company or plumber.
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>>2252146
what are you a hippy liberal douche? get a teardrop trailer
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>>2257290
........fuck. that is so much less gay than any of the instagram MB/promasters I've seen.
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>>2260173
>smart flowers
damn even flowers need a bachelors degree nowdays




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