Zoltan wrote:Chimps are fucking dangerous
Gunny wrote:That's my problem, most of my photos are 2.5meg.
I hiked with a kit weighing 78LBS in my Kifaru this weekend for a 6 mile in and 6 mile out trip. The pack handled it well, but I need to make a few revisions. More to come.
kyle wrote:Like OMG... this thread is sooo two years ago.
BethDeath on the PAW w/out razors wrote:There will be hairy people fornicating everywhere.
aswrg7 wrote:Gunny wrote:I have the: "Okay that looks handy, I think I'll carry it"
I have the "Okay that looks handy, I think I'll buy it off of Ebay"
I gotta quit that.
it might have been updated, but though your first aid kit looks good I didn't see tylenol (or some ibuprofin 500mg), claratin or moleskin. I'd throw some waterproof matches in there to suppliment/replace the lighters
After I get the EMR and re-org the stuff I will give a run down of the pack with photos. I like to have others review my crap and find things I missed.
THE ALL WEATHER THERMAL BLACKET. For only 10 oz it can do so much. I have used these for years. The can be found in Dick's and the like. Real strong and water poof.
Gunny wrote:After playing the stupid game and deciding I could sleep in wet, below freezing conditions, I've decided to always pack with 2-3 disposable 'space' blankets. They really do work, but are a pain in the ass to deploy.
Doctor Z. wrote:D. Tomcat ends up drinking some form of frothy, fermented, adult beverage from Lordrahl’s skull.
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