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  1. Food and water
    I'm always looking for 'creative' uses for pouches. My thinking is, sure, I could have items fit snugly inside a pouch designed to hold just those things, but why not try to use what I can to see if I can carry my gear in fewer pouches? Case in point.. I'm thinking if I can mount a couple of 2...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Putting together an H2O kit and want to use a 32oz canteen. From what I see, the two prevalent styles I see are the Nalgene plastic canteens and the stainless steel types with the most popular brands being Kleen, Nalgene & Guyot. I'd assume the stainless steel would be better in that it could...
  3. General Discussion
    Ok...I have found a source for SS GI type canteens...however, they need someone who is a large distributor, will not sell direct small orders...here is the copy of an email and .pdf for the canteen..perhaps someone here can/will be able to become a distrubutor and then provide/sell to the group...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'm looking for a canteen I can use to carry water hiking and also boil water in it. Any suggestions? What do you guys use?
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I know this thread is pointless:upsidedown:, but I had to let everyone know what a great deal I got on this canteen. I have GI canteen and cups <$10, stainless steel water bottles <$5 and have been looking at these Guyot bottles but I couldn't make myself spend $25 on one. I was in ****'s...
  6. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Quick question again, are military canteens suppose to be watertight? all the ones ive seem to have leak around the cap.
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    When hiking or camping its important to carry enough water. But, during hot, dry weather its even more important. Even though most people carry a water filter, or water purification tablets, if the creeks and streams are dry, there will not be a way to refill your water bottles. The pack in...
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