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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'm pretty new to the backpacking and hiking scene and I was wondering what you might put in your day pack or the pack you take with you on those trips you have no intentions of staying overnight. On any trip you must take water with you but in case of worst case scenerio do you take something...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I am absolutely sick of buying computer bags that crap the bed on me after a few months of use. I have more than a dozen different bags stacked up in my office that will soon be for sale because the just wear out too fast and appear disheveled for boardroom use. What is your opinion of using a...
  3. Urban Survival
    Hi, Hopefully you guys can offer some help. I'm building my systems up at the moment for different occasions (hikes, day trips, small bob etc) and I am looking to get a medium sized (30 litre/1800 cubic inch) day sack to carry them. I have certain specifications I want ticked as well as the...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Im looking at buying a vulture ii but idk what color would be better black or olive drab? im thinking the black one when out in the sun for long periods would attract more heat from the sun? i would appreciate some opinions thanks
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I keep a prepped 3-day pack in the car trunk and in the home (both courtesy of the US Navy), and also a 3-dayer in behind the truck seat. However for camping trips I take my old dependable and durable commercial backpack. It's unique for a few of reasons. First, I got it for Christmas 1976, I...
  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    One of the most important considerations you can make is the pack. Look for one that uses YKK self repairing zippers. The pack in the video is a Maxpedition Falcon II Pygmy. Inside of the pack I carry: Hammock Rain Poncho Poncho liner Food First Aid kit GPS 2 Compasses TOPO Maps Gerber...
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