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what is your favorite piece of gear? mines is the folding saw :D
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I could show you a picture, but solidus would spank me again!
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I loves my jetboil stove,it's made me many cups of tea,hot soup,meals.I take it almost everywhere I go.
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I could show you a picture, but solidus would spank me again!
lol i think we know what that mean. But serious what is your favorite piece of Camping gear. Not one that rhymes with rock.
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I loves my jetboil stove,it's made me many cups of tea,hot soup,meals.I take it almost everywhere I go.
nice :D i love my stove but i prefer fires lol gives me a sense of even more self reliance i suppose? :D
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My reloading bench and all its associated stuff.
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Soap: "Also, I think knives are a good idea, you know, big ****-off shiny knives, the ones that look like they could skin a crocodile. Knives are good because they don't make any noise, and the less noise the more we're likely to use them. That'll **** 'em up and make us look like pros. "


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The lint I use as tinder, it was the only free thing I am using lol
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My silver and silver accessories.
No pics though.
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M4 Carbine, I guess. I REALLY want body armor and some IR gogs, tho.
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I really enjoy my rucksack. It is a spear system UM 21 bianchi, and this thing is a dream when you want to carry a lot of stuff and have to have something that is bomb proof. I loaded it up today with probably over 120lbs of gear. It is insane how much stuff you can put in it. I call it my end of the world bag, I carry just about everything you could imagine needing if you were buging out and never ever coming back!
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Has to be my air rifles, Then I guess my milbank bags, last of all my german sniper sleeping bag

Oh my swords aswell, but I wont go in to that as ill be here all day.
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My knives are my important bits of kit to me.
I like flags and have loads , always have a Union Flag in the bottom of my bergan for inspiration and a sense of pride , we might have crooks running the country but im very proud to be British so i chose my flag as my favourite bit of kit.
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Hmmmmmmm, it would have to be my Martinii Condor knife, it's such a joy to use a sharp knife and this one is like a scalpel.

Next would have to be my boots, they're NZ made Evolve Razorbacks, they're the first pair of boots I've spent a lot of money on.
Boy does it make a difference to have some real quality, I can walk all day and still feel fine, minimal aches and pains.
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One of the best- and cheapest bits of kit i have owned!

Oh, and my boots. Every man should have a special relationship with his boots. they go through everything you do, and if you love and look after them then they will return the favour.

and my jacket. Mountain Hardwear windproof. fantastic, i wear it almost all of the time, even though it was mesnt for mountaineering only.

and my backpack...

and my firearms...

and my stove...

and my water bladder...

and my sunglasses...

Heck i love all of my stuff!
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One of the best- and cheapest bits of kit i have owned!
Lol dude i got the light my fire mealkit yesterday, Fantastic :D
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I quite like my personal survival kit as it is compact and very usefull,oh and could save my life..
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