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

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    Merrell Tucson boots ready for a bimble on Dartmoor this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KieranBroadfield View Post
    looking through this thread just makes me want to spend loads of money -

    makes me also cry a little, because I only now own 2 suitcases worth of stuff which I bought with me to New Zealand,

    My beautiful little Swedish Trangia kit, which I used every weekend without fail, is in my grandparents loft

    Darn..
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    Quote Originally Posted by jus_young View Post
    Merrell Tucson boots ready for a bimble on Dartmoor this weekend.
    Hope you have them broke them in well by then.
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    Isn't it nice when someone says "that's a great piece of kit, where did you buy that", then you can modestly reply "you can't buy it, I made it myself". The moral is, it's amazing what you can achieve if you put your mind to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Savage View Post
    It's your own fault for skipping the country mate
    haha yeah,

    there's so many nice places to camp around here, I am just not that well equipped yet, picked up an awesome knife for $30 on my 18th birthday, advertised as a "birthday special" - which was ironic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KieranBroadfield View Post
    haha yeah,

    there's so many nice places to camp around here, I am just not that well equipped yet, picked up an awesome knife for $30 on my 18th birthday, advertised as a "birthday special" - which was ironic.
    Sounds interesting. Any pics? We like seeing pictures of sharp objects remember
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    Rather pleased at picking up a brand new 9 foot x 12 foot canvas tarpaulin for £20 on one of the facebook car boot sites today..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Savage View Post
    Sounds interesting. Any pics? We like seeing pictures of sharp objects remember
    the only one I can find right now without getting the camera out is from instagram:
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    I will upload a review soon once I can find time to get out in the woods.
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    Looks good.There is a good knife maker in NZ! SVORD.The make the "famous peasant knife".look up their web site!
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    Quote Originally Posted by midas View Post
    Looks good.There is a good knife maker in NZ! SVORD.The make the "famous peasant knife".look up their web site!
    I don't really like the peasant, it wouldn't fill me with confidence using it haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by KieranBroadfield View Post
    the only one I can find right now without getting the camera out is from instagram:
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    I will upload a review soon once I can find time to get out in the woods.
    The Nacsan Classic Hunter. Looks similar to some of the Whitby knives, especially the sheath. Will be interesting to read your review on it
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