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>*crunch* *crunch* *crunch*
Stop chewing, trying to enjoy the snow.
I'm not chewing that's the sound of my toes breaking off
You got the diabeetus, sad.

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How often do you struggle with starting a fire?
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Without matches or a fire starter?
I live in a birch heavy area. Impossible to fuck it up.
Boreal spruce kill their lower branches as they age and grow. Can harvest by hand, even when snowed on their oils let them burn.
Hardest was in Nova Scotia during a wet December. Got it going, but was policing the thing the whole time
I have always had gasoline and a zippo.
Helps to bring some dry kindling along with you in your pack.
This thread is making me think I should practice my friction fire skills.
Nice for the o-rings of gas stoves too.
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they dont let us light fire
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People pay attention to hose?
I figured it was just one of those things people do any way because it's never enforced.
I live in a rainy climate, so pretty often.

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Want a good watch for camping and outdoors. Prefer analog not digital. Don't want to spend more than $300 max. Don't know where to start and don't want to spend unnecessarily
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I wore a Rothco reproduction Vietnam-era army watch. The windup version. It was pretty kino, lasted through three years in food service and five years in construction before I ditched it for another watch. The crystal is all scratched up and the band needs replacing, but it still runs just fine. Cost me $50.

Now I wear a Luminox special forces-issue watch. Fiberglass body, tritium vials, and a calendar. You don't need anything else. $300.

Soviet Power also sells some cool vintage-style wristwatches, but most are modern reproductions. They won't break the bank, they work fine, and they have some cool designs that will appeal to your autism/LARPing tendencies.

Also, check the catalogue next time.
Have you tried asking your local watch shop? Or google?
All fields
>this past weekend
It's been every weekend for the past few months, and on a lower measure the past few years.
/pol/tards are getting bored and touring around to other boards, it's not just here.
Plus /qa/ got obliterated causing it's anon's to spread out.
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swiss army master race reporting
for 70 dollars you can get an automatic diver no battery watch with a 20 year period until it needs any servicing with a Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok Vostok

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What are some /out/ approved heros? I've been researching the old masters of the wild. I've been reading about Horace Kephar, Nessmuk and even Jerry Shriver from 'nam. I really think we can learn more from our ancestors than alot of the medium today. Pic unrelated
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>The Story of the Yokohama Boy Scout Memorial

>According to the story—a summary of which appears (only in Japanese) at the memorial site—the American soldier was wounded and in and out of consciousness when a Japanese soldier came upon him. The American awoke with a bayonet at his throat and believed he would be killed. As he passed out, he gave the Boy Scout salute of three fingers.

>Seeing this, the Japanese soldier lowered his bayonet and instead took out his first aid kit and bandaged the enemy’s wound. He also scribbled a note in passable English and left it with the American.

>When the American awoke, the Japanese soldier was gone. He saw the piece of paper and put it in his pocket. Shortly after that, he was rescued by friendly medical personnel and taken to a field hospital where he was saved. Later, he asked the staff for the note and read it.

>“As I was about to stab you, you saluted me with the Boy Scout sign. I also was a Boy Scout. Boy Scouts are brothers. You are my brother. It is forbidden to kill anyone who no longer can fight. I applied a bandage to your wound. Good luck.”
The original "Scouting for Boys" by Baden Powell literally had a chapter on dealing with dead bodies.
I don't speak nazi.
Never heard that one before. Thats pretty cool
>the Christmas truce of December 1914

Thread for the specific purpose of helping newfags learn, obtain licenses, permits, hunters safety, and general newfag knowledge.
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They're not, but you are welcome to pretend.
Any horizontal surface and movement thereof is what animals look for. It's actually what I look for when I'm hunting deer because forests have broadly vertical orientation.
Can a foreigner on holiday hunt big game? If so in which states and under which circumstances?
I'm not only asking for the hunting itself but also carrying and using the firearms needed. Would it be possible by going with someone who has those permits/licenses?
Yeah foreigners hunt with outfitters and guides all the time. Buying a permit/license for a foreigner is the same deal as buying it for any other out of state resident to the best of my knowledge. You are going to have to borrow a firearm though.
>state has a new antlerless firearm season in December after the November main season
I tagged out in November, filled my 3 tags. I'm tempted to go out again, but the rifle I used during the season is now at a gunsmith getting the forend bedded.
Next year I'll take advantage.
Yeah, bro. Brimmed hats that have been used for literal centuries on hunts are bad. If you're bobbing your head like a fucking chicken when you walk and it's causing you to spook game, you have bigger issues than what type of hat you wear.

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There is a small game thread up but this one is for feathers rather than fur. How's your season going so far? Any rare species?
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Still birdless bro. It’s one of the worst dry spells I’ve ever had. Only hit a couple fields this morning but Hanks probably done 100 miles now and nothing. I don’t understand it. We escaped the drought. Have only seen one other hunter the entire time. Ive hit three of my most absolute sure fire spots and plenty of good habitat. It’s fucking rough out here Bros. Comfy bird dog pic for my sanity.
Rough stuff man. I always have more luck on the edges of fields rather than in the middle. It was a nice change of pace doing upland today. Slept in and didn't have to wear waders. Looks like buck is settling in nicely.
What guns do you guys use? I'm in the market for one, my pardner pump isn't reliable enough for follow up shots. I'd prefer a wood stock myself but I'm mostly curious about what you all use.
Horses for courses Anon. Personally I’m partial towards classic Remingtons and newer Brownings. I won’t take another expensive gun on the water ever again. Lost an A5 Wickedwing in a reservoir a few years ago in an unironic boating accident. That said retro Remington 1100s, A5s, and break opens like Parker’s, Fox Sterlingworth, and Lefever are peak aesthetic for upland hunting. I have an 1100 myself for upland and field hunting geese. I have an 870 for the marshes. Frankly for the price of an old double gun like that you can get a brand new Citori or a Benelli SA. All that said my “loaner” Charles Daly Walmart special has killed as many birds in the last 20 years as any of my other guns without issue.
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I got a franchi I-12. Been pretty solid. Also have a Winchester model 12 that was my go to for years.

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will it filter piss?
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you reckon it's an overlap between urophilia and love of the /out/doors, or urophilia and autism? either way, based
its not table salts it other salts bro a salt just means a type of chemical
inorganic salts
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Just carry some vinegar to dissolve the salts bro.
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>its disgusting

I refuse to believe that, there is photographic evidence of women drinking it by the pints. Women wouldnt do or drink yucky things.

Is this good reading material when I go camping next week? Will I need a headlight or is the moon usually bright enough
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this is a good one
My Nigga!
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The unadapted version of this book is unironicaly so fucking good, nothing to do with the shittyfag disney version
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excuse me sir, i will have to disagree with you there, multiple keks were had in the viewing of these pictures
now you're the butt of the joke
fucking faggot

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I've been getting more interested in missing persons cases. After a friend told me a strange story of his sister going missing for a short period of time in the woods, I started looking into the Missing 411 stuff. I recently moved to Utah and was wondering if anyone knows any interesting cases near North Utah?

I'm willing to drive and post what I see.

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How do you eat really cheaply for a month on the road?
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Well in that case idk...have you tried not being a fag?
That's fucked, I can get a can of tuna for under $1 CAD.
Is canned stuff generally in those price ranges over there hose?
You get food and ingredients that doesn't need refrigerating and cook meals with them?
>flipping of nuclear energy
Based retard
Is that a nuclear plant? There are coal plants with cooling towers just like those.

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Cool looking cases but damn these new ones break so quickly.
2 broken within a year and I'm only an occasional user.

Can you guys recommend a differnt brand?
Not interested in bic, must be a refillable.
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I hate getting blisters on my thumb. I only do butane or ferro.
Buy a custom bic to look edgy.
I see one use for them: bug out bags if you're carrying solar panel/crank charger (or both like me). Two propane bic lighters are solid in 99% scenarios however I would swap one for the electric one to have some versatily. They're still only good for dry tinder like paper or cotton but way more easier than magnesium rod
>A Zippo or otherwise refillable lighter is a one time purchase that can last several years
>Bottle of fluid is $2 and lasts me about 6 to 8 months

Only downside to zippos and why I also carry a cheap ciggy lighter is they suck at lighting pipes.
But it can be done. This old guy that I used to know from work used to turn his pipe sideways to be able to light it with a Zippo. An ordinary, standard Zippo, and not one of those pipe lighters.

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Has anyone here lived the "reservation life"? I saw a post somewhere about some dude getting tired of current society and marrying into tribal culture. What does that even mean? What is living on a reservation like? From everything I've heard it's just a bunch of depressed people on drugs and alcohol, but that post piqued my interest. Reservations are on beautiful land, and if I could help out a group of people by working the land I'd love to. How do reservations work?
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Had such an abundance of food and material goods that they developed a culture based around giving stuff away.
Made a shaming totem pole directed at Abe Lincoln because he made them give up slavery.
Spent hundreds of years systematically ripping off the interior tribes in trade to such a degree that when first visited by Europeans they managed to outjew every trader sent to do business with them .
Would occasionally spend two years travelling to the Yukon Interior and back to chase the Hudson Bay Company away.
Unusually good at paddling canoes and packing bacon over mountain passes.
tbf a lot of tribes had give aways as a central part of their culture. We still have it to this day.
>Made a shaming totem pole directed at Abe Lincoln because he made them give up slavery.
>Spent hundreds of years systematically ripping off the interior tribes in trade to such a degree that when first visited by Europeans they managed to outjew every trader sent to do business with them .
>One famous shame pole is the Seward Pole at the Saxman Totem Park in Saxman, Alaska. It was created to shame former U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward for not reciprocating the courtesy or generosity of his Tlingit hosts following a potlatch given in his honor. The intent of this pole is indicated by the figure's red-painted nose and ears to symbolize Seward's stinginess.[43][44]
>In 1942, the U.S. Forest Service commissioned a pole to commemorate Alexander Baranof, the Russian governor and Russian American Company manager, as a civilian works project. The pole's original intent was to commemorate a peace treaty between the Russians and Tlingits that the governor helped broker in 1805. George Benson, a Sitka carver and craftsman, created the original design. The completed version originally stood in Totem Square in downtown Sitka, Alaska.[47][48] When Benson and other Sitka carvers were not available to do the work, the U.S. Forest Service had CCC workers carve the pole in Wrangell, Alaska. Because Sitka and Wrangell native groups were rivals, it has been argued that the Wrangell carvers may have altered Benson's original design.[48][49] For unknown reasons, the Wrangell carvers depicted the Baranov figure without clothes.[50]
k e k
and you know zero so your opinion is even more worthless

Hello, I'm a Japanese tumblr geek!
This is my first time using 4chan, so please don't hesitate to point out if I've done something wrong.
I want to buy tumblers cheaply in English-speaking countries, but I don't have the skills to Google in English, so I decided to post on 4chan.
I'd like to buy a yeti 10oz, lid, handle, etc. at a reasonable price. (I missed the REI sale this summer)
There are few ways to buy them in Japan, especially the handles.
I was even thinking of making my own with a 3D printer.
The attraction of 10oz is that they sell handles, lids and lids with straws.
The handles for 20oz are equally attractive (16oz, 20oz, and 30oz are also the coolest).
I know that AliExpress sells similar products.
However, I'm afraid that the metal in my mouth is made in China (it might be the best buy, at least for the handles).
I hope you can help me.
This article is written by DEEPL.
If you think reddit is the right place to write about these topics, please let me know.

On an unrelated note, the coleman tumblers at Costco in the US are cheap but in great shape. I wish they would sell them in Japan.

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I dunno if Amazon will deliver this to you, but here you go weeb

What's a good chinesium flask for holding (and keeping hot) soups with a vacuum chamber for winter outings?(that I can get on Amazon)

ceramic or steel?
thank you!
but it is very high cost.

I think english speaker can find safety site sale...
I miss REI sale!!

I prefer stainless steel because I feel that ceramic finishes are actually more likely to retain dirt.
Ozark Trail tumblers by Walmart are very well built and very cheap. They also accept many of the aftermarket Yeti and Rtic accessories. If you have a drop shipping service you can but them from Walmart's website.
thank you!
I am not saler.
Just crazy tumbler geek and tea geek.
I will check it!!

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I hear good things about Sealskinz but looking at these gloves in particular and the reviews differ.
What do you recommend for tempratures of -1celsius to about an extreme of -10(90% chance it wont get that cold) and for £40 or under?
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I don't have these models but I have the same rating just without the leather palm, they're not particularly warm but with merino liners they're decent. I think for the temps you're at, they'd be okay
Are you British or Greek or something? I think I still wear t-shirt at -1C. Maybe you meant 1 Kelvin?

At -6C maybe a glove liner. Am I being trolled?
Literally any thicker pair of cheap gloves from a hardware store or some cheap leather gloves. -1C is nothing, I don't even wear gloves at -10C unless I'm out for a longer period of time.
damn youre soooo badass

I'm buying snow shoes and I've never owned a pair before, what do I need to look for? Is there a certain brand or type of snow shoes that is especially good? Are poles necessary?
I'm planning to do some trips this winter in the foothills of the Alps, at around 1000-2000m elevation, so nothing too crazy.
Would appreciate any advice.
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Invest in a nice pair 250$+ especially if youre going into the mtns. I tried to make due with a 170$ pair for work (Yukon Charlies NPS) and they fell off a dozen times within a few hours of my first time wearing them. I was absolutely disgusted in them. First time buying snowshoes so I didnt know what was up. The straps slipped loose instantly. Got a pair of MSR EVO ascents over the summer which i havent used yet but im pretty confident theyll do fine based on feedback.
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I have a pair of these that I got last winter and still didn't use
May want to look at Taiga skis.
Are there snowshoes I can attach to XC ski boots/bindings? I'm looking at boots now and if I can get skates, skis, and shoes on one platform I'll pop for new boots; otherwise I'll get some used.

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