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post em woodsmen
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nice kit
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>>1486002
hey! thats my basement, how did you get in there?
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loll
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>>1485997
Hey dude you have made the same thread 5 times during last week already.
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nice loadouts yall
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>>1485997
> pillow
I was always curious of why people carry a pillow, when they surely have some extra clothes to roll and use as a pillow.
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>>1486006
Är du dansk?
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>>1486073
Ja.
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>>1486134
what are those massive binners for?
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>>1485997

You an Eno sales rep or something? Also what's the biggest bag?
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>>1485999
Dave?
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>>1486006
whats on the floppy disk my dude?
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>>1486006
any particular reason you have a massive VHS video camera?
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I've since upgraded some stuff.
Laughing at everyone guns here.

>>1486006
Based Russian snuff filmer loadout

>>1485997
>Eno shit everywhere
>2 knives and a saw
>revolver and holster
God almighty.
Is this you:
https://www.google.com/maps/@34.9036493,-112.0648714,3a,59.1y,245.05h,110.16t/data=!3m8!1e1!3m6!1sAF1QipNG7oeW2LQtKx6DSuwi-yfLk-KU8GG5P9QM45iY!2e10!3e11!6shttps:%2F%2Flh5.googleusercontent.com%2Fp%2FAF1QipNG7oeW2LQtKx6DSuwi-yfLk-KU8GG5P9QM45iY%3Dw203-h100-k-no-pi0-ya299.23053-ro-0-fo100!7i10240!8i5120
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>>1487726
>No tactical bongos
sad
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>>1487756
That dude's Livin his best life no doubt
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>>1487756
BIG IRON
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>>1486006
Nice spinners bro

>>1487726
>only one sawzall
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>>1486046
Assuming you find an inflatable more comfortable it's probably the lightest comfort item there is.
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food, water, and shelter for a 4 day hike.
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>>1487820
hobocore
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Guess I’ll be the first to post a legitimate reply
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>>1486046
why would I have extra clothes? jackets and warm clothes might be worn while I sleep. daytime clothes are either drying out or being aired out a night.
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>>1487849
Not pictured is my 3L camelbak which is inside my backpack and also miscellaneous food I decide to bring depending on the length of the hike. Usually just some trail mix and pop tarts. I sometimes switch the jet boil for a titanium water bottle (which I can boil with) and just make a conventional campfire. I’ve since added an 8W transmitting radio to my loadout too and obviously I remove the pick for non-winter backpacking
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>>1487820
>based thinkpad
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>>1487669
they are for anything you need a climbing rated locking ´binner for. originally bought them for climbing
>>1487731
mostly old excel files.
>>1487738
a friend and i enjoy tinkering with/repairing old VHS cameras or similar, and using them for various projects, havnt quite got the auto eject to work on that camera. fun showing up to event filming with that huge hunk of junk just for laughs
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>>1486011
>all those reduldent cutting tools
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>>1485999
Ha, nice one, no bs, no meme gear.. this is someone that actually goes out
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>>1488585
>heavy as shit
>no waterproof elements whatsoever
>meme fudd gun

LARPing like you're the LL Bean man isn't 'actually going out'.
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>>1488558

If you're on your own land and like to build your own shelters, that's a reasonable loadout. The extra 10lbs would suck to carry for any distance but it's not bad for building a multiple day camp.
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>>1488779
>not even carrying a knife
>reasonable loadout for building
aw come on, if you were doing any sort of real ""shelter"" building, as in something that will fully enclose you from the element, retain heat and keep out the weather, what you would bring would be knife, axe, saw, drill, shovel, not god damn dinky little pruning saw, a shitty metal handle hatchet and a fucking machete

only two tools there that are of any value at all at doing ACTUAL work is the full sized axe and the entrenching tool
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>>1486006
GET OUT OF HERE STALKER
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>>1487849
>no gun
Into the trash it goes
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>>1488803
Based on the guy's ALICE pack and general milsurp he's clearly just mucking around in the woods, not doing anything very deliberate. It's not a bugout bag or a long term survival kit. I don't grudge a guy for wanting to play with a saw.
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>>1487849
>bear spray
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>>1488836
Don't bully, guy might just be a felon.
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>>1487812
>only 2 calculators
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>>1487849
>Guess I’ll be the first to post a legitimate reply
just blatantly false
>>1487820
>>1487756
>>1487675
>>1486134
>>1486011
>>1486002
>>1486000
>>1485997
are legit
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>>1488940
Those are stock images.
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keep thread goin
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>>1485997
>your loadout

You first, faggot.
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>another REI data mining thread
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>>1490182
At least half are, look at the filenames, they're saved them from 4chinz though.
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>>1490145
Would that even be bad? My safety and freedom isn't impugned by REI knowing I own a particular sleeping mat. It's a signal to them that I have "voted" for a mat with those features so they should be looking to make even better stuff with those features I like.
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Always keep your essential gear ( fishing kit, fire kit, some food, etc) on you and don't take it off unless necessary
You might lose or have your backpack torn off and you don't wanna get caught with nothing but your pocket gear on ya
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some of y'all shit I don't even know what it is...
are sleeping mats really worth it? I guess I just don't give a fuck. Or am doing it wrong
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>>1487699
Yeah. Terrance?
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>>1490347
How the fuck would I lose my backpack without noticing and not be able to recover it? That's stupid.
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>>1490215
It is more like the ATF trying to skim the internet for good money making weapons busts.
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>>1490404
>How the fuck would I lose my backpack without noticing and not be able to recover it? That's stupid.
You should go look that up, not really that rare.
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>>1490494
I'm acting under the assumption I'm not a retarded nigger. So no. That will never happen to me. I'm being autistic and have tie downs on my important equipment and there's no way I'd ever lose a backpack.
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>>1490497
So are you gonna have your pack strapped to you the entire fucking trip? No, you're not, you're gonna leave it there, walk off to get water, or take a shit, get wood, etc. During that time, it's not uncommon for people, even people who been doing /out/ shit much longer than you have, have gotten turned around and lost. With your stupid mentality of "itll never happen to me" tends to be the thing that gets you into it. How often has bad shit happen to people, they always say "I never thought that'd happen to me" ? I don't ever planned on being robbed or assaulted, Eric, still carry a fucking gun just in case it does happen.
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>>1487820
>leaf
>carrying pistol
b-be careful out there anon
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>>1490512
Yeah I've been assaulted and robbed before. That's shit I can't control, what I can control is my equipment. I'm not gonna carry a separate packing list on my body for the off chance I lose my pack. Because I won't. Do you carry car tires on your person in case you lose your shoes and need to improvise some new ones?
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>>1490145
Everybody should just repost my pics and REI would become a much better store.
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>>1490544
Not even gonna read. You got it set in your mind that you'll be just fine, I can't wait to read in the news when they find your body.
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>>1490555
I usually only bring one eraser.
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>>1490583
I don't understand why you think it's a superhuman feat to not lose a backpack. I work in a recon platoon in the army and accountability is a big thing, I don't want to lose personell or equipment. I always check mine and my dudes equipment before we move. It's not black magic, it's common sense.
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>>1490445
What like take all that guy's Explosive Nano Ordinance?
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So jealous! Almost all loadout with guns.
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>>1490555
REI needs to become an FFL
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I left my glock 30s, kleen canteen, and sleeping mat out on accident and am too lazy to unpack again, this is for a 2.5 day loop hike
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that's most of it, about 15 lbs base
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>>1490955
I would stop fucking them over on returns and start buying full priced items if they became an ffl shit I would probably even buy a rei road bike if it wasnt for them being anti 2a dicks
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>>1490188
Autism everywhere!
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>>1490513
Airgun
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>>1490404
>>1490497
>>1490605
Have you never done river crossings before? Do you do anything but hike on park-maintained trails? Have you never had equipment fail on you?
I'm not even that other anon, but you're making some pretty dumb assumptions. Redundancy is common sense, not willful ignorance
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>>1490555
Going a little light on the fishing poles my dude
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>>1490688
No, when they raid they will confiscate the entire property and auction it off before you even get your arraignment finished. So, even if you are not guilty, you just lost your land and they got a pocket full of "fuck off" money.
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>>1491225
Or maybe you're paranoid and dudes don't even need to post their guns in a thread about stoves and sleeping bags.
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>>1491232
Poe's Law
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>>1491236
You're abusing that concept and the idea that people can't gearfag on /out/ because of the ATF is asinine. Just don't post your fucking guns if you are afraid.
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Racked up and ready to climb
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Inb4 some ninny bitches about the weight I'm carrying on MY back
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>>1491247
Nice big iron. Why are you carrying a cap and ball /out/?
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>>1491253
I shot a man in Reno.
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>>1491255
Convicted felon got it...
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>>1491257
Uh oh
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>>1491259
I'm calling the police!
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>>1490555
>brings a microwave instead of a gas oven

Amateur.
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>>1490445
>being this retarded
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>>1491259
Is that a poncho made from an army blanket?
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>>1487726
>bongos camping


put that gun in your mouth and pull the trigger
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>>1485997

Looks heavy
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Here is mine, ofc I got a sleeping bag too.
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>>1485997
>eno
>handgun
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>>1492779
german or frogistani?
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>>1492974
He's neither.

>>1492779
No poncho?
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>>1492974
Austrian.
.
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I would show you but the big meanie took my weapons that I told them I have and willingly gave them to them
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>>1491247
>folding saw
>fucking arrow heads
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>>1493017
Nope
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>>1491998
They are both bb guns
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>>1487812
Da bears
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>>1493052
Neither of those are in the picture. Are those suggestions?
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>>1493132
Oh those are Amazon throwing knives
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>>1487812
>no soda 24 pack
Sad
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>>1488836
or he's scurred of the rapey bears, not the poop in the woods bears.
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>>1490555
They refuse to carry jap blood patina katanas, no matter how many letters I send. Change.org was similarly unhelpful.
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>>1485997
you have too much stuff
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48hour light pack staying in a hut
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>>1491240
I like you. When I find your corpse(or what's left of it) I will give you a proper burial.
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>>1493574

Nah, build a cairn so when Kickie Mckickerson comes a kickin' he'll have a nice surprise.
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>>1493560
I own both those books.

What part of New Zealand are you in?
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>>1493586
MuslimChurch
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>>1485999
Where did you get the knife? I've been looking for a nice woodne handled knife lately
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>>1485997
This some gay shit
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This is pretty much it

Not pictured here are a pair of tights and some socks that are in the wash atm, also sometimes I carry a food bag and the backpack varies mostly depending on the mood I'm in
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>>1495222
u m l i n d i

fuckin nice anon
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>>1495223
yes br0ther
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Rate?
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>>1487812
saws for deer butchering?
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>>1493391
4u

>>1495347
Saws for sawing
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>>1495413
lolllll
so much effort goes into the subtle jokes
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>>1495427
>subtle jokes
>5 extion cables and an electic fan
>subtle
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>>1486002
I thought this was a bepis shitpost for a second
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>>1487820
kek nice air soft pistol
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>>1495424
Top or bottom?
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>>1496049
>saw and hatchet
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>>1496049
Nice
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>>1496049
Fuck I want an estwing hatchet now
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>>1496393
Go to Lowe’s and buy one already
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>>1487849
where's your gun
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>>1485997

huh. that's funny. why don't you post yours, you piece of shit?
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>>1490513

It's a BB gun anon.
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>so many guns

Thank god there are not nignogs innnawood here
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can americans survive outside the usa? open carry is banned abroad. weapons are also much more regulated than in redneck country.

how do americans enjoy their life without muh gunnuh?
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>>1498800
You dont need a gun to go /out/ brah
>inb4 noguns
I'bring a rifle from time to time to plink but I've never had a need for it
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>>1498832
>need
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>>1498834
Yea need, you dont need it to have fun out, people act like you do
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>>1486134
Kom till sverige så kan vi vandra ihop
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>>1485997
>post your loadout
>doesn't post his load out
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>>1498789
Its actually the white methheads and mexicans that you worry about. Niggers never leave the city.
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>>1498853
shut up commie fag
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>>1499014
Quite true, but that's almost always because the former two are guarding some grow/lab in the area.
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>>1499016
Look up how often people stumble across those.
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>>1499040
Often enough for me too
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>>1485999
>>1486000
>>1486002
>>1486134

Have enough tacticool garbage?
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>>1499102
Fun stories?
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>>1499015
>
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>>1487812
you best not be dippin Doritos in that fancy feast..
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>>1485997
>>1485999
>>1486000
>>1487726
>>1487812
>>1487820
>>1491240
>>1491255
>>1491240
>>1491247
>>1493560
>>1495413
>>1496049
Why the fuck do all you weenies need a gun to go /out/? Afraid a big bad gwizzly bear is gonna git ya?
>inb4 but muh second amendment
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>>1499220
(you)
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>>1499220
because its fun you little faggot, you petulant little child, you belive you can contort society to your gay little facioust ways but in reality you are weak oh so incredibly week
imagine my hulking body standing over your prostrate heaving form i sit with my knees directly on your back squeezing the last breath from your lungs then i firmly grasp around your neck with my incredibly powerful hands powered by my massive forearms which slowly clench on your esophogas and major blood lines as i squeeze harder and harder your vison grows blurry and you attempt to kick and squirm but it is no challenge to my incredible body your stupid face scraping the ground and screaming like a child who never once left the care of his mother and now squeels for protection and safety but there is none your face grows red and then purple and that is the end of you and 50 years later someone finds your jawbone and nothing else in the municiple water supply after routine matinence of the filtration system, this is the first time anyone has thought of you since you went missing because no one cares about you or thinks about you
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>>1488836
>he doesn't bear spray instathots when he sees them on the trail
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>>1499237
Kek
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>>1486006
what the fuck
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>>1499237
You're not Nick Mullen anon
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I carry my browning auto 5 and bandaids.
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>>1495413
The katana and the KY jelly is a nice touch.
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>>1486002
Perhaps the worst load out I've ever seen. If I wanted that many sharp edges I'd troll /pol
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>>1499503
you're right
im stronger
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>>1486011
Decent.
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>>1487726
Between the bongos and the bottle of starter fluid, I'm sold
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>>1487820
And a powered saw because you have the upper body strength of a malnurished ethiopian? Get a regular saw, you waste
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>>1487820
"Hmmm...would I rather carry a light saw that takes a little muscle or a 10lb powered saw that preserves my feminine forarms at the expense of 40x the weight?"
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>>1487849
Approve
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>>1495432
the joke is that he plans to throw the worst flavors of mountain dew at a bear until it gets tired of him and parts on amicable but understandably wary terms
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>>1495413
>stud finder
Now I just feel stupid, I always have a hard time finding places to hang things in the forest
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>>1490555
I can get behind/understand the spare graphing calculator, but why do you need the matches if you've already got the microwave?
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>>1486006
Belarusian money from 90s, lol
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>meme loadouts derail thread for days on end
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>>1499835
It's for finding studs
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>>1485997
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>>1500179
Show me that blaster you got.
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>>1499220
Cause I'm autistic as fuck and love to LARP, plink and just having it for defense too.
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>>1500261
It's 175 lbs recurve pistol crossbow. Looks like a man kun hawk but i modified arms. Also hunting tip.
Sorry I have no pic right now.
>Europoor
>No guns allowed /out/doors
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>>1486006
holy fuck that little camera is cute. How much does cost to film with it ?
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>>1499876
Sometimes it’s cloudy and my five dozen solar panels and four deep cycle batteries struggle to keep up with the 1000W microwave.

>>1500120
See >>1500129
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>>1485997
I have the same butane canister mate.
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>>1496393
I bought that same one for about 40 bucks at my local Home depot a few years ago. Fantastic camp axe. Good striking head for pounding down tent stakes, good
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>>1486046
Not OP, but I used to roll up my extra clothing to use them as a pillow. I would always wake up with horrible headaches because of that. Haven't had a single headache since I switched to these inflatable pillows.
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>>1499220
because gun is fun
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Wow u guys really get into this shit
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>>1500179
Can't you list what you have there? Looks like thought out kit.
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Zoomer checkin in, pls dont raid me Feds.

Gun is as a prob. sadly i cant take it /out/ here
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>>1501996
>>1500179
-Cheap military Backpack 55 - 65 L 1700g ( realy don't know Salom or so)
-Sleeping bag Arctic Loftra 1900 g
-Thermarest Z Light chair/groundsheet/sleeping pad ~ 200g
-Military Biwak 3 Layers Miltec 960g
-Poncho Tarp Ripstop 2,5 m x 2 m or so 700g
-Laplander Kife (~Mora)
-Laplander Folding Saw
-Bic lighter
-Tatonka Alcohol Stove and 800ml Pot
-500 ml Oliv Ethyl Container/Bottle
-Water Filter Sawyer Mini
-Water PET Bottle 1 L
-Water Bubble Ortlieb 2 L
-Crossbow Pistol 1,6 kg
-Scope 4 x 20
-Crossbow Bolts Carbon and Alu 10x
-Food bag
-My Chinese 6,99 € Camouflage cap
-Pepper Spray 100 ml anti Dog Spray Police strengh

Tools:
Power Pond Solar Modul 2,5 mah
Flashlight Powerbank 21000 Ah
Thermometer
Paracord
5 L foldable Bucket
Microfibre Towl
Military Towl Mask/Hat/Bandana
Chems
(Shit-Kit) Toilet paper
Waterproofed Matches
Something to sharpen Tips and Knife

Sorry for late reply
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>>1503590
gay/10
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>>1500363
its super 8, so ridiculously more then im willing to pay. never used it, as far as i know it works completely. havnt found any cartridges at a price im willing to pay
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>>1500345
That's still pretty cool, what's the poundage for the string pull? The handle looks like it was a sawn off shotty (Phone pister) from my view.
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>>1503911
also interested in that crossbow
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>>1493560
>Cadburys
Absolutely disgusting. Whittaker's Almond Gold and Berry Biscuit are peak chocolate innabush.


Any recommendations for a cheap deer rifle? Saw heaps of reds and a fallow stag over Easter tramping, and I've got a hankering to go out with my old man now.
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>>1503803
Sounds pretty good
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>inb4 gay without any statement
>being taken seriously

chose
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>>1499220
Because the second amendment is a valid argument you fucking boot licker
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>>1503911
>>1503930
It's called Python I Pistol Crossbow
150 lbs (150 pounds)
210-230 fps
40-60 Meter Accurate
B 67 cm to L 55 cm
14" - 16" Bolts

You can buy better strings and bow for better fps. you'll entualy fuck the shooting mechanism or your face. Trial and error.
(bolt is faster more penetration)

Also google: Youtube 150 lbs pistol crossbow
Germany. Google: bogensportwelt.de Python I+II Pistol Crossbow Recurve
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>>1504318
good luck innawods, Hans.
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>>1485997
So I would imagine this solar panel would be good to have for Hurricane season Yes?
I notice it has a little pouch where a medium sized cell phone could fit inside, maybe even one of them Anker battery packs to recharge your phone with.
Any of you have one of these?
My house gets a shit load of Sun every day when the sky is clear seen that the house would do great for solar panels on the roof too one of the few houses on my block that would be good for solar
Can't afford solar for the whole house would be nice but can barely afford the mortgage
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>>1499220
Honestly, because I like them. If I'm having fun, and not causing harm to anyone, you have no place to judge me. Also I'd rather eat rabbit/squirrel than shitty overpriced backpacker MREs.
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>>1504463
A 20k mah battery bank can recharge my phone about 5 times, so one charge every other day makes 10 days of battery life, having a solar panel might be a good idea if you use your phone a lot (like as a camera, GPS, or whatever) or if you plan to be out for a really long time
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>>1500435
gayish faggun also white
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>>1504463
I have basically the same thing same wattage but by a different brand and I love it
I take it out in the boat in case my phone or my little radio die and for week long hunting camps
get a 20k battery pack
use the panel to fill the pack
then charge devices from the pack and your stuff will charge faster because the pack outputs at higher wattage than the panel
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>>1496049
I have that exact hatchet AND the 30-30. My rifle is a bit older, 1940 vintage. Still shoots like a champ.
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>>1490352
Fuck yeah they're worth it. It's not for "padding" persay, it's for insulation against the ground
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1) Pratically Essential
2) High Difficulty W/O
3) Moderate Difficulty W/O
4) Weather Dependant
5) Comfort Item
6) Safety Item

• BackPack (1)
• Water Filter (1)
• Camp Knife + Fish knife (3) (6)
• Lighter (2)
• Sleeping Bag (2) (4)
• Blanket (4) (5)
• Dry Food (2) (6)
• Cooking Pans (5)
• Dog Food (1)
• Fishing Tackle (3)
• Fishing Pole (3)
• Axe (3)
• Extra Clothes (4) (5)
• Towel (4/6) (5)
• Lint with Fuel (5) (4)
• Gun (6)
• First aid (6)
• Camp Stove (4) (5)
• Tobacco (5)
• Toilet paper (3/5)
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>>1505347
Moderately essential? Do you wipe your ass with a bandana or something?
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>>1505394
Leaves nigga

I love finding a handful of the softest leaves I can and wiping my ass with them. But I call that moderately difficult because you need to find ones you won't get a rash from.

I test for skin sensitivity first by rubbing one of them on a small area of the inside of my nostril. I wait 5 minutes, and if I don't feel anything I use them.
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>>1504475
>not causing harm to anyone
>eating squirrels and rabbits
pick one
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>>1505724
Found the vegan
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>>1505724
>He thinks farmers don't kill off incommensurable numbers of rodents and pests for his prepackaged onions
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>>1490352
Depends on the climate, I don't use them often when it's warmer out but during the winter time here in Sweden the ground absorbs so much heat that it's 110% necessary to have an underlay so as not to freeze during the night.
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>>1486002
You seem like a great guy to go camping with
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Here is an ultralight loadout.
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>>1488836
might be a noguns in a nofuns country. I was told that wasp spray works better than mace for bears. Can anyone confirm or debunk this?
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>>1490555
I like your car plushy. Seems comfy. Give it a hug for me.
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>>1487726
The fucking sawsall I'm dead.
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>>1486134
How'd you rate the DD multitarn tarp? I've been using a shite British Army basha from the '90s that weighs a tonne and is about as water-proof as cotton wool, and I'm looking to upgrade. What size is yours and do you rate it?
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Got my first career job few months back. Finally I have some light gear. I don't carry my Mossberg 500. Not pictured is my Chinaman knives, Salomon 4d 3 quest boots, and my old gear that I sometimes use interchangeably. Now I just have to go /out/ to camp instead of fishing all the time.
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>>1506442
Nice choice on the pack anon, I think that's the first fellow flex-capacitor user I've ever seen. I put mine through 350+ miles in the last year in prep for a through-hike this summer. Its great.
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Anyone in here have lower back issues? Wondering if anyone who does is able to cope by simply have a light enough loadout.
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>>1506442
Looking good anon
Pro tip, you can ditch all the sawyer straw accessories if you get a smart water bottle with a sport cap, then you have a cheap BPA free water bottle and you can backflush the straw with the cap
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>>1491164
That dude must think reserve parachutes are dumb too.
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>>1499821
Mt dew bear defense...

...what caliber is a dew can?
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>>1505724
Fuck off peta
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>>1505424
You what
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>>1505819
Saved
I legitimately want this
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Eh decided to buy it, hopefully it will come in useful for hurricane season, I have a Anker PowerCore 20100mAh that Hopefully I can charge and then charge my cell phone all I know is possibly gonna take half the day to charge my Anker pack.
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Just starting out and going on first trip tomorrow!
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>>1506703
Critique you didnt ask for:
You have way too many lights, the only cutting tool you need is that openel, way too much cordage

Other than that have fun anon, dont feed the skinwalkers
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>>1506442
What's your tent?
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>>1487812
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>>1506442
Good shit right there. Glad it’s been getting props
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Posted this in another gear thread before I saw this one.

Please respond. Let me know if you want to see what's in a kit.
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>>1506703
Have fun mate-
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>>1506919
Alps Mountaineering lynx 1
I've had it for 3 years. Been going great. I've been using a blue tarp instead of the footprint that I have now during that time tho
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I see no one brings toilet paper /out/side
neat
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>>1506703
How was it anon?
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>>1506682
I should grab one of those. I have some babby panels I still want to mess with. I have a handful of 18650 cells and buck/boost converters too though so if I’m really running low on generator sips, I’ll charge all those bad boys up and recharge the phone from those things.
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>>1505819
I want to eat her out SO bad!
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>>1505424
This! I’ve done the nose trick too. Glad to see im not the weirdo to do this.

You can also test by placing a leaf in your mouth between your cheek and teeth for a few minutes and waiting for a reaction.
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>>1508865
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>>1507265
Looks legit.

What’s the difference between the fire kit and fire growler? Could you post and list those and your first aid kit please?
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>>1508873
A growler is a type of container used to transport beer since it is better sited to carbonated drinks (may also be insulated). The fire growler is likely something uninsulated that can be placed in the fire to boil its contents, that or its a specific brand of growler.
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>>1508873
The fire growler is just a klran kanteen growler, and I didn't know what else to call it. It's single walled and 40 Oz capacity. I had the klean kanteen 32 wide mouth, and replaced it with this because I melted 2tops for it.

I like to toss it straight on the fire, but don't like ash and debrit in my drink. The growler has a removable rubber gasket, and otherwise it's completely metal. It's not water tight without the gasket, but it more than prevents crap getting in it while it's boiling. Usually I fill it up before my hike, and I boil/filter more when I get to camp.

Pic related is the first aid kit. The Grey ball is 4 exam gloves. Then gauze, bandaids, eye drops, advil, liquid skin, neosporin, benadryl, chap stick and mirror. I used to work in the medical field, and helped teach wilderness first aid. Just about anything missing from this small kit can be improvised. Anything worse than that and you're screwed anyways.

I'll get a picture of my fire kit tomorrow after work.
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>>1508873
>>1508885
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MS3M4OW/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_nC9ZCbRZ5VT9P is the link to the growler. Looks like the stainless 40oz isn't currently available without paint. Another picture of mine in Pic related.

Fire kit is really basic, just like first aid.
Ferro rod - this is for fun/practice. I always use a lighter when I need a fire.
2x lighters (I have 1 more with my cook kit)
A dozen or so cotton balls.
Small 2oz of Vaseline - many uses beyond fire for this
20ish feet of twine - but I usually use it for a clothes line or tarp tie downs
A piece of fatwood from my last trip
And a rubber straw from a saywer filter. This is the most used piece of my kit. I camp a lot in the rain, and have never failed to get a fire, and the key is to blow on it relentlessly.
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>>1508883
Thanks anon! I did not know about this at all. Truly the friendliest board.

>>1508885
Many thanks friend. You have no idea how entertaining I find it by looking and comparing other peoples kits to my own. Looking forward to seeing the rest of your kit.
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>>1499000
Syd? Norr? Väst? eller Öst?
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>>1499220
>You can cuddle them
>They will protect you
>You can play with them while sitting around a camp fire eating MREs
>Gram fags won't bother you
>You can use them to get food if you feel the desire to
Why the fuck don't you take a gun /out/?
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>>1507265
are you Swedish?
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>>1508955
you just said south north west east ur not fooling me nazi
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>>1509001
wut?
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I normally carry my shit all in my pack, but I'm going to start carrying some stuff on my belt for obvious reasons. One thing I don't see people mention though is, how do you wear the belt? Do you just put the belt on like normal, threading it through your pouches as well as your pants' belt loops? Isn't that inconvenient if you want to take off your equipment to lay down or something? Do you just wear two belts, with your equipment belt sitting on top?
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>>1508871
I thought about that too, but was afraid my toung would swell up. I figured if my nose swelled shut I could still breathe.
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>>1509044
Which belt? The hip belt on your backpack? Or your gear belt?

I usually wear a separate gear belt that just slings onto my waist. My normal belt is threaded through he belt loops on my pants like normal
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>>1509053
A gear belt, yeah. I don't go backpacking, so I don't use a big pack that needs waist straps.

So, two belts then? Do you have trouble with it. Coming loose or sliding around?
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>>1488771
Neither is spending a shit load of cash on meme gear, going in a bush to drink a beer, then whining about not being able to afford a house
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>>1485997
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>americans carrying guns fucking everywhere for no reason
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>>1509466
Lmao, the face of jealousy gentleman.
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>>1509466
is there something wrong with that?
Seems like that was a pretty common thing for explorers to have in earlier times until recently in other countries.
Plus id rather have that then try and stab an animal.
Have fun though. Hopefully a skinwalker wont fuck with you.
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>>1487726
I prefer to have the blade in my Sawzall reversed. Less tool in the way. Just my preference.
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>>1487812
Switch those Sawzall blades around, you'll thank me later.
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>>1505819
>would race mix
>and snack
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>>1505922
Wouldn't be any lighter. What's the point?
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>>1509478
unironic cringe
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>>1509497
unironic comment
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>>1506400
i believe mine to be the 3x3, its a great tarp, lots of good strong attachment points and can be rolled up really tight to be backed, made of a strong yet light weight material, doesnt have the annoying sound that some tarps have when wind flows across them. having it 3x3 istead of one side shorter or longer is nice, but i think thats personal preference and i personally like the camouflage pattern
best tarp ive ever owned, heaps better then my old Terra Nova one
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>>1509123
get out of here stalker
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>>1487738
>>1486006
>Hitachi
>No Panasonic M1 with fight case
Get on my level
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>>1506507
Pls respond
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>>1504264
7900g
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How do you all deal with water? Not specific filters or anything, but more about storage and transportation.

Collapsible bottles seem pretty appealing. I figure I'm gonna be carrying a small mess kit anyway so I can just boil water in that if I need to. A metal bottle seems like it might not be necessary.

Beyond that, what size bottle do you use? Do you use a water bladder? Do you have a larger container for gathering water? Do you carry a gravity filter or do you just push the water through your filter by hand?

I'm pretty indecisive and looking for opinions.
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>>1510516
>3.08 MB
warum so dumm deutscher
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>>1510509
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>>1499220
>need
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>>1510527
I usually carry about 4 liters for a basic 48 hour kit and have a lifestraw and some water purification tabs if I’m out any longer than that.

That being said, I usually keep two 3liter hydration bladders with me and a 1 liter Nalgene bottle. One of the bladders I keep filled and the bottle but if at last minute I realize I may stay out longer than I intended then I will fill the other bladder pre trip, or restock everything once I get to a water source.
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>>1510527
Camelbak homie
>hi my name is Pvt ___ and I'm a heat cas
>never get caught lackin
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>>1510509
Its all about your posture and where the weight is dispersed.
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>>1510643
So get something with a good waist belt, stand up straight and keep the heaviest items low and close?
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r8, gib suggestions. I welcome feedback!
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>>1510899
Larp/10, you carry too much stuff brah, that being said bring what you want, to each their own

>>1495222
Pic related is this loadout in a different bag with a few extra items
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>>1510860
Pretty much, there are some more specific posturing for different parts of your body that Google can answer better than me. I know to keep your shoulders back but not pushing them too hard, arms hanging to your sides loosely, legs positioned with feet straight down from shoulders, needs always bent never locking, position your weight towards the balls of the feet not on the arch or heal, belly out and butt out, and your back isn't supposed to be completely straight. And more, but Google images will show you what it's supposed to look like.
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>>1510899
Don't need the rifle or whatever is in the larger digital-camo belt carrier or the smaller one that's already on the belt. Why do you have walkie talkies? If you're alone they're useless. Why do you have that extra smaller backpack?

7/10 if you can fit that all in the one backpack, otherwise 4
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>>1491240
nice gun, my guy
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>>1510899
this is more of a bugout bag than anything
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>>1510906
Its a start. Thanks for the advice. I'll have to study up more.
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>>1510509
Stretch everyday with a foam roller and do mobility exercises. Do yoga. Going /out/ is physically demanding and you need to be /fit/ enough to do it. Wearing a brace and redistributing weight are temp fixes for a problem that requires a long term solution. Shit sucks at first, but you can be better for it.

>>>/fit/17020302
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>>1510527
You will want to drink 2-3L everyday you're /out/. Either bring it with you, look at a map and plan a route with a stream going(stream flow changes due to rain, etc.), or suck the teat of a skinwalker.

Hot water fucking sucks in the middle of the day. Either have tea bags or purification is the way to go. Purification focuses on the bacteria that will get you sick. The dirt and shit in the river won't be as bad. Bring a cloth if it's too much
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>>1488585
No hes LARPing hipster gayboy
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>>1499776
Sounds like you're a weak little pussy since you cant haul a real man's saw.
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>>1490352
I strongly recommend against sleeping without one in a cold environment
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>>1510955
I understand how to gather and filter water, m8. I'm asking what your particular system is for accomplishing that.
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>>1511072
Hammer and awl a 1" hole straight to your kidneys. Gravity feed water to it. You'll be pissing out your ass tasty spring water.
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This was my loadout last summer.
Since then I've gotten an actual tent and a much smaller packing sleeping bag.
The two shelter halves weren't exactly ideal as you can't make a proper tent out of them since they're just two waterproof square sheets.
The sleeping bag in the pic doesn't offer all that much warmth for both its weight (2kg) and size, its comfort temp is about 10C.
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>>1511078
Neat aesthetics but boy oh boy, is that an absolute unit.
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>>1510509
You could get a butt pack. Then find a real outdoor forum to learn to what you need to to pack light. Can definately do a week out of a decent 15lb buttpack setup.
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>>1510955
I usually dig a small sip well next to the body of water. You still need to filter/boil but if you throw a rock on the bottom the water is usually pretty clear and free of sticks and shit. Extends the life of my filter and I dont have to walk around with a wet shemagh all day.
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>>1511111
Agreed, I over-packed a lot when I was starting out. Now the bulkiest item in my kit is a sleeping bag and/or underquilt. Everything else can fit in a small day bag.
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>>1511124
Current setup in EDC/GHB Mode (Hence the prybar and other tools in the bottom pouch. HPG Tarahumara. The belt its on is my 'shelter belt' Thats only about 5 lbs. The trash bags in the pocket would be shelter in a GHB scenario, so it wouldn't come along. I like having a shelter belts cause once I'm set up it stays at camp.
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>>1511131
>shelter belt
interesting, what's in it?
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>>1511133
A full size tarp, cordage, A hammock, a small bivvy, a spare water filter, more trash bags(to stuff with leaves to sleep on) and an altoids tin fire kit. (A lighter, some strike anywhere matches, and some fatwood)
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>>1511136
Oh, and aluminum tent stakes
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>>1511136
I see, what bivvy specifically? Also, what's the bag it's all in?
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>>1511140
https://www.rei.com/product/813511/sol-emergency-bivy

My go-to is always a hammock, and I can use it as a signal panel if needed. Ground sleeping should be kept as an option though IMO.

The butt pack.
https://www.amazon.com/SHANGRI-Tactical-Shoulder-Backpack-Deployment/dp/B00ZWOF7E8/ref=sr_1_9?keywords=butt+pack&qid=1557410878&s=sporting-goods&sr=1-9

I asked for the tan but they sent me the camo. It's held up well and was my only bag for a long time. I wore it with an h-harness when it was my primary.
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>>1511147
Thanks anon, you've given me something to chew on.
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>>1511072
What kind of retarded question is that?
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>>1511153
>https://www.amazon.com/SHANGRI-Tactical-Shoulder-Backpack-Deployment/dp/B00ZWOF7E8/ref=sr_1_9?keywords=butt+pack&qid=1557410878&s=sporting-goods&sr=1-9
I forgot, I also have one of these in there. I load it up with bug repelling foliage if it gets really bad. Not LARP As a SEAL, it just keeps a lot of the bugs out. The one I linked isn't the one I own.
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>>1511153
No problem. It kind of requires a small pack to work. Even the tarahumara sits on it juuust slightly
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>>1507265
Gregory baltoro 75
29 lbs with everything pictured, including pack.

Tarp, hammock and solar kit are optional and it's 25.5lbs without them.

Room for clothes, food, water makes it around 35lbs fully loaded. Everything fits in the pack minus sit pad and water bottle, and there's room to spare.
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>>1511443
Gorgeous. I have company over today but at some point this week I want to picture my kit and exploring gear
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>>1485997
like a boss
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>>1511131
I've moved my IFAK and other light but bulky items to my HPG Heavy recon and mounted it on the back. Folds up and out of the way. So much more room for activities, no idea what to fill this things with now.
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>>1503969
You could buy a marlin lever gun in 30-30 for like $430
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>>1512107
Great gun that never got the recognition I thought it deserved when I sold em. The versatility of the gun, as both utility and a fun sporting rifle, made it my favorite. The lever action is cool too
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>>1512107
Lever guns are NZ$1000+ here. For the same price I can get a Howa M1500 scoped package with a barrel threaded ready to fit a suppressor, which looks like it'll be the way I'll go.
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>>1509489
We'll all thank you later. Fucking beepu
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>>1485997
Why must these threads turn into total memes
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>>1513656
half the loadouts on here are absolute memes. You'd think they were camping in war zones and shit
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>>1509466
i've bumped into bears and tweaker camps on too many occasions. never hurts to be prepared for the worst
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>>1491255
just to watch him die?
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>so many axes and saws
WHY
Can't you just pick up wood that's lying on the ground?



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