it's been a fair while since anyone's posted etc.
anybody interested in a meet up for the weekend in the next coming months?
be great to see some old faces and new faces again!
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Yes it was good for camp work the paint didnt last for long but didnt expect it to its good at small chopping and splitting and thats about it i think its a mixed bag when it comes to there tools as the quality control isnt all there ive had a few tools from them and some are good and others not...
Theres loads of hammock setup threads with alot of different ways to hang a hammock id do a search on the forum and take on board there advice too.
Me the way i hang mine is with some tree huggers and the same webbing rope supplied amd some climbing grade karabiners. Be careful with what you...
the current issue compression sack for the arctic sleeping bags is this one.
The issued N.i patrol daysacks do not have removable side pouches they are all sewn in and the the british army plce bergans go to recruit training centres before being offered as surplus at the main hub in Essex.
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im after a new axe. something that can do abit of everything. be it chopping splitting carving, which brand ive been looking at the wetterlings and the gransfors either looking for a 19'' ish handle any other brands out there ect i should be looking at ??