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What did you buy today?

Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by Nova & Pinky, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. snappingturtle

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    My new all rounder!
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  2. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Gabe Forager

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    Spec-Ops T.H.E Pack. Second hand off of Ebay, but great condition. Seems a cracking pack for a two nighter (approx 42l).
    I will give it a run during the half term.

    https://specops.us/pack-tactical-bk.htmll[​IMG]

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  5. Laurence Milton

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    Will do so sir, when it arrives! :emoji_cop:
     
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  6. Deekin

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    A cheap knife.
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  7. Riven

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    Brand new from a charity shop £20. Well chuffed .
     
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    A new 4×4 dd tarp.. well it arrived yesterday but I've been busy building my new bed fitting a new battery to the bike and trying to mow my back garden with a push mower. ...... I'm knackered!
     
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    You need to relax, under a tarp. :smile:
     
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  10. Deekin

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    I got a decent Dorfman Pacific twill hat a couple of weeks ago for £2.50
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    Today I got.an Akubra mint for £7,
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    and a Statesman, for.£2.
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    I cut 2 inches of the brim, steamed and reshaped it, and also reshaped the crown to a teardrop. Out of the three, this will get the most wear.
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    Tarp and hammock trip planned for bank holiday weekend. :hammock::red:
     
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  12. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    That Akubra’s not a lot different from mine (I have the Snowy River) It come with that pinch front as original though and doesn’t have the ventilation holes. I’ve had it over 8 years now. It was the reason I originally joined this forum (I was looking for a hat and one of the threads turned up in my search)
     
  13. Duggie Bravo

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    I’m on my second Snowy River, the first was just looking lived in when the dog got hold of it.


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  14. Keith_Beef

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    One dark, and a pair of shinies.

    The dark: a Petromax 2122310 9,5 litre Dutch oven. I really wanted to find this somewhere other than Amazon. I found one, and it was at the same price as Amazon, but I didn't want to pay an extra €17 in shipping... so Amazon.

    The pair of shinies: two 25mm diameter 52100 steel balls.
     
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    Trojan Silver Trader

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    Arktis waterproof trousers off ebay
     
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    A foldable kitchen knife to go in my travel utensils kit.

    The knife sitting on the kit where it belongs.

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    I got one of these and they are incredible. I use it all the time.
     
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    I just bought a trail cam AT LAST. Plumped for the Apeman 16MP after spending far too long doing research. Just a cheap(ish) version to start with, may upgrade if I find I am capturing a lot of action. When I put food out in my garden it has always disappeared by morning, I have seen a fox come but I also know that cats are coming too so this will be a way to find out how much grub the cats are actually eating and I suspect there may be a badger too but in the dead of night so will be nice to get a shot of him.
     
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    From Thursday in Lidl: 25 litre solar showers, 20 litre water carrier and 10 litre foldable washing up bowl £3.99 each
     
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