Thread: What Have You Bought Now!!!???

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    Dick Proenneke rawfish111's Avatar
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    Laplander saw, new box of puritabs, fresh bag of cw balls and a box of candles
    We owe the debt of our blood to our ancestors and our skills to their perserverance.

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    dd frontline has arrived

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapper4083 View Post
    its a bit difficult to strip off thermals in public
    Now that really does worry me, And I'm gonna be sharing a wood with you.... DOCTORRRRR fetch the medication I've come over all giddy likeeee....
    non est vivere sed valere vita est life is more than being alive..........ALWAYS GIVE MORE THAN YOU TAKE

    Ask not for a lighter load, but a stronger back.....

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    2 new Trangia mess tins

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    Samuel Hearne butchthedog's Avatar
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    British Army clasp knife with marlin spike, from Silvermans

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    Just got a Maglite pro plus led flashlight. LOVE it ! It's VERY bright and cost ( do Not tell my wife ) $20 I already have several led lights..... I could be becoming a flashlight junkie or something. I am currently looking @ the uco candle lanterns, just to try and taper off nilo 52

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    Hey ! I'm a peasent now ! O.K. but I'm NOT wearing the blouse !!

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    Bought a couple of the Karrimor Urban Jackets

    http://www.sportsdirect.com/karrimor...lcode=44205390

    These are going to be Woodland jackets for when around the fire rather than my down jacket getting too exposed. Will also see some abuse when out with the Scouts in the woods.

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    Survivability of the common man book by Dave C from evilbay
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    Just picked up a grilliput for putting a small open fire in ... Nice piece of kit ... Will try it out at the weekend and see how it performs. Looks like a multi use piece of kit, may even use it as a wind shield

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