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Old 02-23-2013, 11:49 AM
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Very nice small sized magnesium/flint steel.. Great for key chains. High quailty and shipping was pretty cheap.
Thanks just ordered 3 , lost my old one . I cant tell the # of fires I started out doors in bad conditions with my old one ... very handy.
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Got the pack a couple days ago. Seems OK, but I'm no expert on packs. Carried a medium sized Alice in the Army. I've got one of those also, and this one seems nicer.

I'll probably order some more for the wife and kids.
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Thanks just ordered 3 , lost my old one . I cant tell the # of fires I started out doors in bad conditions with my old one ... very handy.
Those things are great.. I have like 5 of them.. Very small and easy to pack.. have one on key chain, one in my wallet, and then in each canteen pouch.



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Got the pack a couple days ago. Seems OK, but I'm no expert on packs. Carried a medium sized Alice in the Army. I've got one of those also, and this one seems nicer.

I'll probably order some more for the wife and kids.
I have a medium alice pack I am doing the hellcat conversion on and will serve as my INCH bag, now I am looking to build more of a true B,O.B. pack/ weekend backpacking/semi lightweight pack. Sounds like this may be a good cheap bag for that.
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USGI MSS for $70. Best price I have seen in awhile and have ordered from this place a few times. Never had an issue.
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http://www.specopsbrand.com/tactical...-platform.html

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In the winter I prefer to use a canvas tarp over a polymer type. With Canvas you can safely get close to the camp fire or just make a small fire under it.
http://www.mytarp.com/sigman-7-x-9-c...Fad_QgodkWcA_g
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I fist saw these at a gunshow for $75 each. I wasn't interested at that price but a bit of searching and my friend Google lead me to what is claimed to be the best cooler out there for $20. These are jerry can coolers, designed to fit 1 jerry can, but they can be used for many (camping, shtf, day trip, etc) purposes.
Link: http://www.armysurpluswarehouse.com/...can-cover.html
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Some great deals from London Bridge including a $60 for the rolling ACU bag.

I have this bag in multicam when it was on sale for $100 over the holidays.
It's a great bag. Especially for an INCH setup to throw in a truck or even some heavy duty luggage.
There are separators you can put in it secured by velcro as shown in the 3rd pic.
For $60 you can't go wrong with this bag.



A word of warning. This bag is BIG. If you load it down, you won't be picking it up.
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Some great deals from London Bridge including a $60 for the rolling ACU bag.

I have this bag in multicam when it was on sale for $100 over the holidays.
It's a great bag. Especially for an INCH setup to throw in a truck or even some heavy duty luggage.
There are separators you can put in it secured by velcro as shown in the 3rd pic.
For $60 you can't go wrong with this bag.

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What am I missing. The only difference I can see from the bags for $422 and this one for $60 is the color.
How does that work?
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Shipping for this bag to CA is $27. If you add a LBT-1568C UNIVERSAL CAMO to your order it's $99 for both shipped!
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Shipping for this bag to CA is $27. If you add a LBT-1568C UNIVERSAL CAMO to your order it's $99 for both shipped!
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http://www.austinkayak.com/products/...ncy-Bivvy.html

Super-tiny emergency bivy. Perfect for a GHB...

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Those Adventure Medical Bivy's are great. Way better than some crap foil space blanket. They are a sleeping bag and the orange is great for being spotted if you are stuck.

Anyone who hikes or camps should have this product in their "10 essentials"
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Those Adventure Medical Bivy's are great. Way better than some crap foil space blanket. They are a sleeping bag and the orange is great for being spotted if you are stuck.

Anyone who hikes or camps should have this product in their "10 essentials"
They have a couple of different "flavors". That's the emergency bivy, and the picture just doesn't convey how small it is in it's little sack. It's something like 4oz too...

I also have the "thermal bivy" for my BOB: thicker and vented (so you don't build up condensation in the bivy). More or less weatherproof, though you'll lose heat through the ground without some sort of padding (even leaves/pine needles)

They even have a 2-person version, and some badass first aid kits...
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What am I missing. The only difference I can see from the bags for $422 and this one for $60 is the color.
How does that work?
I'm guessing it's overstock. I bought the multicam one for $100 at the holidays and it's now $450.
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Nice bug out bag. $59.72 total shipping and taxes

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c...?p=DODX&i=6260
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Big lots, 4.95 for a #10 can of corned beef hash. Great long term storage protein
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So I went onto the 99cent stores website, and they sell all their goods by the case on there. Lots of canned food. Free shipping to the store. Lots of good stuff by the case load. Check it out.

http://www.99only.com/
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So I went onto the 99cent stores website, and they sell all their goods by the case on there. Lots of canned food. Free shipping to the store. Lots of good stuff by the case load. Check it out.

http://www.99only.com/
Couple weeks ago they had Kellogg Pop Tarts for a buck. Kids and I love em. Bought two cases for storage. I know they will be a fad like ding dongs
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Google has a great feature that allows you to do an image search. Save the image from the website to your machine. Then open Google and go to Images. Then click the camera icon on the right of the search screen. Then choose upload image and point to the one you saved to your computer. It will show you all the sites it found with that pic.

I did the above with this pack sionce it was a no namer. Found it for $10.23, not sure about the shipping...http://www.gadgetsdealer.com/product159395.html
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Google has a great feature that allows you to do an image search. Save the image from the website to your machine. Then open Google and go to Images. Then click the camera icon on the right of the search screen. Then choose upload image and point to the one you saved to your computer. It will show you all the sites it found with that pic.

I did the above with this pack sionce it was a no namer. Found it for $10.23, not sure about the shipping...http://www.gadgetsdealer.com/product159395.html
shipping is 31 bucks to my house in Sacramento!
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From the grammer on the gadgetdealer site I would venture it is off shore somewhere.

A quick google confirms this and finds buyer beware posts.
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Hovering over the tab reveals "china wholesale electronics"
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supposedly same dimensions as the P.A.C.K (Doubt quality is same) any feedback from someone who owns the one sold on midnightbox?
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I just ordered one last night, delivery says 3-5 weeks. Im sure for 20 bucks quality is not the same, although it does say it was originally 90 bucks so I dont know we'll see.
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This is an Amazon sale so the price will go up as soon as they start getting a lot of hits. Normally $52, fair reviews. I hate breaking toes or tripping over the dog in the dark so I ordered one to replace a worn out cheapie in the family room.

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  • Lights turn out automatically when power is lost or unplugged. Unit can be turned off if not needed. Test feature to ensure charge.
  • 6 LED bulbs per lamp provide up to 40 hours of light on a full battery charge using single lamp option. 20 hours of light using both lamps.
  • Maintenance free, rechargeable and replaceable 6 volt lead acid battery. LED bulbs are not replaceable. Lamp continues to operate even if one or 2 LED bulbs fail.
  • Equipped with a soft LED night light option with photocell.
  • Portable with many other uses around the home, garage or when travelling. Keep away from moisture and exterior applications.
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  • Delicious just-add-water meals
  • Easy to Open zip-seal mylar foil pouches
  • Oxygen absorber in every pouch
  • Easily Transportable
  • 6 gallon weather proof bucket
  • Shelf Life - Up to 20 years - if stored in a dry, cool environment
  • No High Fructose Corn-Syrup
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  • Oatmeal - 60 Servings
  • Hearty Potato Soup - 60 Servings
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  • Mixed Vegetables - 30 Servings
  • Instant Potatoes - 60 Servings
  • Pasta - 30 Servings (includes 30 Servings of Cheddar Cheese Sauce)
  • Beef Flavored Vegetable Stew - 30 Servings
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Cabella's has the Trekker staff on sale for $7 (reg $30) plus shipping.

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The value of a walking staff has been appreciated by travelers for centuries, but modern materials and technology now allow you to trek with an aid that's lightweight and has a multitude of applications. Since no two hikers are alike, this three-section 6000 Series aluminum staff adjusts in length up to 53" (135cm) so you can set it to just the right length to suit your needs, yet it also compacts for easy carry in a pack. It has a contoured rubber handle with a wrist strap to ensure a secure and comfortable grip. Embedded in the top of the handle is a compass to help you keep your bearings, and there's also a removable trekking basket for use in snow or soft terrain. Two end caps come with the staff a rubber cap to grip hard surfaces, and a tungsten-carbide tip for hiking rough terrain and unpaved surfaces. An internal shock absorber makes using this staff easy on the hands and arms. Imported.
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Fot : bought one 20 yrs back, not so great. Learned one thing though, have to make a pile of shavings, and the spark is weak, but can work...
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Have you used one of these? Looks like it uses an 18650 battery. I've got a few ultrafire 502b lights that use this led and it's a LOT of light. Not 1200 or even the 1000 lumen ultrafire claims, but still a huge amount of light for a little torch.
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The deluxe version is normally $100 but is currently on sale for $50. I Kept the smaller $40 version (with extra water) in my car as my get home bag for years before moving the contents to a better pack and adding more pieces. If you don't have a GHB this is a really good starter kit.


Regular 2-Person/3-day kit on the left, Deluxe (on sale) on the right.


Regular 4-Person/3-day kit on the left, Deluxe 4-Person/3-day kit on the right.
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Old 04-24-2013, 9:23 AM
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Mygofer (Kmart) has the Coleman PerfectFlow 2-Burner Propane Stove for $29.70 (Reg. $64.99) when you apply the code GIVING10. Pickup in-store for free.

http://www.mygofer.com/coleman-perfe...5x000024&aff=Y
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