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Rüdiger Nehberg
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Hey kindling, consider packing the poles, fly, pegs and tent separately. That way it is easier to pack - poles can slide down the side of your pack on the inside etc.
 

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Have stopped thinking 'One day'and grabbed a Victorinox package: Ranger Grip, Handyman, Dual knife sharpener and 3 cork-screw-drivers.
I've carried an older champ (sans pliers) for a while, but find it a bit bulky and I need pliers. Handyman, Camp knife and Silky saw in the pack, Ranger in the pocket should see me sorted for slicy-choppy things. (for now anyway....)

Things I have just taken possession of are:
Trailer for teardrop camper addition,
Large canadian canoe for water camping- adding outriggers, sails, solar blankets feeding elec motor
E-Bike for same on land.
 

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Have stopped thinking 'One day'and grabbed a Victorinox package: Ranger Grip, Handyman, Dual knife sharpener and 3 cork-screw-drivers.
I've carried an older champ (sans pliers) for a while, but find it a bit bulky and I need pliers. Handyman, Camp knife and Silky saw in the pack, Ranger in the pocket should see me sorted for slicy-choppy things. (for now anyway....)

Things I have just taken possession of are:
Trailer for teardrop camper addition,
Large canadian canoe for water camping- adding outriggers, sails, solar blankets feeding elec motor
E-Bike for same on land.
Looks like a plan coming together
 

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I bought the svord 6.75 inch mini diamond sharpening steel and it came today in the mail.

Fits in the svord trapper knife sheath perfectly , in its place, must be made for it won't wiggle or fall out.
 

Thrud

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Plain coyote. Been waiting nearly 2 months for the UK store to get them from Poland. It's on its way now so only another 2 months to go!
 

Randall

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Have stopped thinking 'One day'and grabbed a Victorinox package: Ranger Grip, Handyman, Dual knife sharpener and 3 cork-screw-drivers.
I've carried an older champ (sans pliers) for a while, but find it a bit bulky and I need pliers. Handyman, Camp knife and Silky saw in the pack, Ranger in the pocket should see me sorted for slicy-choppy things. (for now anyway....)

Things I have just taken possession of are:
Trailer for teardrop camper addition,
Large canadian canoe for water camping- adding outriggers, sails, solar blankets feeding elec motor
E-Bike for same on land.
Teardrop vans look awesome. I like the simplicity and lightness of them. Well, I'd keep it simple and light.
 

Chigger

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Waiting for a bushlite aka South African fishing lamp. love the idea it takes standard candles.
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I have one of those as well and are a excellent light for the campsite. Trouble is thanks to firstly the bushfires everywhere then came the Covid restrictions have not had a chance to use it as yet.

Things are on the improve and hope to get out on a camp soon.
 

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I have one of those as well and are a excellent light for the campsite. Trouble is thanks to firstly the bushfires everywhere then came the Covid restrictions have not had a chance to use it as yet.

Things are on the improve and hope to get out on a camp soon.
Was hoping to get the brass one from South Africa this month but the guy has sold it, due to not being able to send internationally (covid). Already have a green one and it's great, 1hr burn per 2cm of candle. Seriously thinking about getting another from outfitters.
 

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I received my Cold Steel Hudson Bay Tomahawk today, given the scarcity of information on the internet, it turned out to be everything I had hoped for. Love the new forged finish on the hawks, you can see the temper line which is nice, and the head has a nice ring to it. handle fit was shithouse so a bit of work will be done there.
 

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Richard Proenneke
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Helikon-tex ...
Woodsman Anorak (so I can match Thrud ;))
Swagman Roll
Packing cubes
... making the most of the postage price.
According the tracking, it's all in Cologne at the moment.

An original Biolite stove from apsilon.

A replacement fuel pump for my near 20yo MSR Whisperlite stove. Last time I used it, I noticed it had split and was leaking around the control valve, after I'd lit it up! :eek:
 
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