Sorry about the delay in posting, i went and had a "gear test" yesterday, got back at about 11 this morning.
I was just seeing if it'd fit in there for future reference (overnight prospecting/gear test trip?) Water, i can fit in there, it gets a tad tight though.
As for food, i need to restock. Going to grab some Mountain House meals next time i can. (got to start a list).
I've been meaning to get a compression sack, but keep forgetting
It's for my alcohol stove. Which after yesterday, i'm thinking about tossing somewhere else. Might throw it into my daypack, never know.Ironraven
Dang, you tore my kit all to hell (not complaining, just saying
), but better for it now on teh intrawebz then when i do need it.
After i packed it, i tossed the 1 quart canteen, didn't really feel the need for it.
The 2 quart bladder i might toss, just have to think on it.
Good on the the Potable Aqua, +1.
That is true on the mud, didn't think about that.
I bought a esbit fuel pack (12 in a box) plus the ones that came with the stove itself, so probably. Nice call on the altoids deal, got some instructions for retards like me?
And no, there's just the one, i took two pictures of it....
I had a OD one somewhere, don't really know what happened to it.
Coghalan's? You sure on that? I've bought some POS gear from them before, but YMMV.
The only reason i have the other stoves in there is because i don't have any fuel for the Whisperlite and don't know how to use it.....
, bought it for $40 from a friend and haven't made him show me how to use it...
Yes, i carry the bag year round, even though i could use one of my others, i just love that bag too much though.
Knives i took yesterday, were the fixed blade, the old folder (not the shiny new one) and my winchester multitool. Plenty of edges to do the work.
I have a Maglite that runs on AA. Need to get spares though, thank you for reminding me.
Duct tape and wire... Nope, don't have any.
Socks were on my feet
. Seriously though. I forgot to pack any
clothes when i first started this thread.
Thermal layer? Set of polypro thremal underwear, and a set of BDU pants with liner (for winter though)
Maps, saw/hatchet i do not have, need to get.
I have a $9 POS that i take for "doing my business" in the woods.
I carry sunglasses all the time on me, i just forgot to list them lol.
I'm currently looking for some UL fishing tackle/gear, but WW's thread's are tempting me into getting a telescopping pole with tackle.Woods Walker
Clothing, i just toss some tee shirts in there with a extra set of pants and socks. Got to rethink that set up though.
All i have for rain gear is a tarp and USGI poncho (doesn't rain that much near in Southeast Utah, but i need to update it anyways).
Bugs here in Utah consist of grasshoppers, flies and the occasional mosiquto (i should know, allergic to them, though minorlly).
I'm currently looking for a USGI bivy. Did i say i had one? If i did, whoops.
I'm looking for a cheap, durable, with long battery time/usage LED headlamp but don't really know what to get.
Yup, AA Maglite.
Instead of a foldup saw, i'm going to get a Gerber packaxe (although i haven't figured out what size yet). The reasoning behind that is, i'm much more used to using a hatchet/axe than i am with a saw.Tilt
I agree. *hint hint again Pete*BadComic
Would you reccommend one?