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Old 03-19-2015, 02:34 PM
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a couple of the camos i've been messing with
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Very nice!
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i've built out of pencott camo as well.... and multicam and also woodlands

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Nice work!
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They look nice. How much do they weigh?
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depends on the size and what fabric.... from 1 .5 lbs. up to 15.
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Handmade? If not what brand are they?
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my brand... i build them
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Floor? Are they water proof? Also, can you hang a liner in them?
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floors and liners are easy..... they are waterproof and can handle 80 mph winds easily... i use 30, 70, 200 d. ripstops and 500 d. cordura as well as some other fabrics....
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Do you sell and if so what would be estimated cost for one that would be comfortable for 4 adults woodland or Pencott pattern? PM me if you would feel more comfortable when talking cost.
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i sell them... i'm flexible.... usually a 5 man with stove jack is around 500 bucks but i can be pretty reasonable and even do some trading......
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Do you have any pictures/sizes of how small the different versions roll/pack up?
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a 5 man and stove, sleeping bag and boiler... all less than 1500 cu.inch

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the youtube vid. shows 2 tipis being setup with a stove and boiler system inside..... they setup very fast...
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how much would a small 2 man one cost? these look awesome. What material do you use for these?
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about 250.00 bucks with a stove jack... stoves are 225.00
i use any fabric that is tent worthy, ripstop silnylon, cuben fiber, cordura..... lots of good fabrics out there.
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Look good.

I have not made a tipi since I was like 16...lots of fond memories of building and staying in them though....
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