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    • #47
      this is actually how i camp:

      Originally Posted by Player99


      No it is not repairable. You need to send the forum to me, and I will throw it away and sell you a new forum at full retail plus shipping. That is your only option.









      Originally Posted by eco1


      i just got fed up with my ****************ing neighbor and shot him a few minutes ago.

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      • #48
        this is actually how i camp:



        Like I said.

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        • #49
          Like I said.





          Boom bitches.

          I can't quit me.
          Originally Posted by Player99


          No it is not repairable. You need to send the forum to me, and I will throw it away and sell you a new forum at full retail plus shipping. That is your only option.









          Originally Posted by eco1


          i just got fed up with my ****************ing neighbor and shot him a few minutes ago.

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          • #50

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            • #51
              Watch a few episodes of Man vs. Wild before you go.
              Sunface and Tube Vibe

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              • #52


                This is usually how I look after I get back from a hiking/camping trip.
                ... puppets jerking on their strings ...

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                • #53
                  Looking for an all around good knife for camping/backpacking/fishing... anything you might suggest?

                  First overnight backpacking trip to Yosemite this year, stoked for it. Any other tools/toys to bring along? Already got bear kegs and backpacks and all that... what are some of the things you wish you had or had and loved?

                  Thanks


                  I wanna go!!!
                  I REALLY miss Yosemite.
                  I graduated from Mariposa County High School, about 40 miles south of Yosemite.
                  Our Junior/Senior prom (small school) was held at The Ahwahnee Hotel.
                  Used to go swimming at Briceburg during the summer.

                  I am sooo jealous of you right now.
                  Originally Posted by Dr.Picklebottom


                  ...i want to see regular homeless people fighting homeless people in santa claus suits over a sweater vest and purple members only jacket.

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                  • #54
                    I wanna go!!!
                    I REALLY miss Yosemite.
                    I graduated from Mariposa County High School, about 40 miles south of Yosemite.
                    Our Junior/Senior prom (small school) was held at The Ahwahnee Hotel.
                    Used to go swimming at Briceburg during the summer.

                    I am sooo jealous of you right now.


                    Come on down! I'm stoked. Never backpacked in Yosemite before.
                    Originally Posted by Player99


                    No it is not repairable. You need to send the forum to me, and I will throw it away and sell you a new forum at full retail plus shipping. That is your only option.









                    Originally Posted by eco1


                    i just got fed up with my ****************ing neighbor and shot him a few minutes ago.

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                    • #55
                      i have a simple benchmade folding knife that i use for everything. they make fantastic knives. not the cheapest, but they're really good. i also make heavy use of a leatherman multi tool. if you're just going to get one thing, i recommend that and you'll thank me for it. particularly for fishing being as it has scissors and pliers on it.

                      always bring extra rope. 50 ft of parachute cord is compact and can be very handy. a compass that you know how to use and a good map. an extra light source and extra batteries. extra fire source. a whistle. a small backpacking shovel or trowel so that you can exercise proper ****************ting in the woods technique and not just leave **************** and toilet paper all over the place (i'm amazed at how much i see this).

                      when making your first aid kit, keep in mind that although you want a kit that can treat all kinds of things, blisters and small foot problems are the most common use of a backpacking first aid kit, and twisted or injured ankles and knees are far more common than serious cuts or burns or gunshot wounds or whatever. bring some ace bandages and possibly a knee brace, not just band aids and gauze.




                      Benchmade 551 here for my job/EDC. Leatherman wave goes hiking. Picking up a kukri pretty soon for a replacement for carrying a hatchet as a camp tool. I had the opportunity to use one awhile back and have lusted after one since. Really awesome tools.

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                      • #56
                        this is actually how i camp:



                        What the hell are you cooking there?
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                        Poppin' Fresh



                        "I can rock the mic to silence by John Cage,
                        With the arty flavor, I shoot the gift like a party favor..."

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                        • #57
                          If you're unsure, pick up a Mora Clipper. Cheap as chips, one of the best regarded knives out there. A lot of people use them out of choice.

                          But in general, go for a fixed blade, full tang, 3-4mm blade with a scandi edge. Carbon steel, unless it's a laminate designed particularly for bushcraft. (eg. Helle, Enzo, etc)

                          Fixed blade is preferable to folding unless you really need it to be compact. Much more reliable if you need to baton, for example. 3-4 mm is a good all-round thickness; enough for fine slicing but also heavier splitting. Carbon steel sharpens nicely, and a scandi edge is good in use and in sharpening.

                          At the moment I personally for my carving and general needs (not a lot currently) use an Opinel 8, which I've owned since I was 13 or so, but the locking mechanism is not very good. I have cut myself many times from it closing on me. I used to use a Leatherman PST, which I loved, but it was stolen from me. I will be adding a new fixed blade at some point.
                          Currently using:
                          Ibanez RG1570 (DiMarzio MegaDrive bridge) - Peavey Royal 8
                          Board:
                          RMC Wizard Wah (2005)
                          EHX Small Stone (Big box)
                          Boss SD-1 (Modded by PedalMods UK, 3-way gain voicing selection)
                          Ernie Ball VP-JR
                          Boss DD-3 (1987)
                          T-Rex Fuel Tank Jr.
                          Good dealings with: yourguitarhero, woolyh

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                          • #58
                            Would you guys rec. serrated or no?


                            No, I would not. Useless for so many things, and difficult to sharpen. If you want to slice up rope, fine, but otherwise, I wouldn't bother. Get a sawback if you must have it on your knife. Even better, get a folding saw.
                            Currently using:
                            Ibanez RG1570 (DiMarzio MegaDrive bridge) - Peavey Royal 8
                            Board:
                            RMC Wizard Wah (2005)
                            EHX Small Stone (Big box)
                            Boss SD-1 (Modded by PedalMods UK, 3-way gain voicing selection)
                            Ernie Ball VP-JR
                            Boss DD-3 (1987)
                            T-Rex Fuel Tank Jr.
                            Good dealings with: yourguitarhero, woolyh

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                            • #59
                              What the hell are you cooking there?


                              oysters? Also, big fat no on serrated. Never liked it.

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                              • #60
                                Watch a few episodes of Man vs. Wild before you go.


                                Please don't. Bear Grylls is not to be imitated.
                                Currently using:
                                Ibanez RG1570 (DiMarzio MegaDrive bridge) - Peavey Royal 8
                                Board:
                                RMC Wizard Wah (2005)
                                EHX Small Stone (Big box)
                                Boss SD-1 (Modded by PedalMods UK, 3-way gain voicing selection)
                                Ernie Ball VP-JR
                                Boss DD-3 (1987)
                                T-Rex Fuel Tank Jr.
                                Good dealings with: yourguitarhero, woolyh

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