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Need some help here /out/ I have no idea if these are weeds or the first germination of a combination hummingbird and butterfly mix. >not gardener. Help, please.
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secondary close up pic, Again, not gardener just wanted to use this planter that was basically growing weeds for a couple years. figured I would give this a shot.
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>>780786

Probably the mixes.
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>>780792
just a bit of info this would be the first 6 days so was earlier than I thought it would be.

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Going camping in a couple of days and decided a swag is more suited to my style than tents - do you guys have any swag related advice?

I was thinking about grabbing this before I head out: http://www.anacondastores.com/camping-hiking/tents/swags/dune-boundary-swag/p/BP90028928
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>5kg
I cant even fathom hauling that around. Get a tarp
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Wow, that's pretty cool. Its like a spacious bivvy? Same concept it looks like.
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>>780248
>>780241
Sorry, I thought bivvies and swags were interchangeable.

I'm just looking for something simple, light and wind / water proof. I guess I'm extending my search to bivvies, can anyone vouch for a good manufacturer?

Only looking to spend a couple of hundred dollars, I'm looking for something fast and simple so I can be on the move.

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Anyone else been in a conservation corps?
Nevada Conservation Corps member here, on a chainsaw crew working 8 days on, 6 days off cutting down trees in the nevada desert, a perfect job if youre looking for something to do after high school/college. AMA
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>>780159

One person working, three watching.
Yeah, that sounds like a government job.
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I did this, it's fun but you'll spend the majority of your time cutting down invasives that came about cause some idiot planted a honey suckle for its aesthetic value 30 years ago.
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>>780159
>legs too close together
>branch not propped up properly
>using the fucking tip of the chainsaw instead of the very back where the anti-kick teeth are
>might be wearing proper rated hearing protection, might be

At least the other people are standing far enough back and there's nothing dangling off the person running the saw.

Is there really no safety course at all?

Hey /out/
Going on my first back packing trip later this summer to the tetons. Have a completely clean slate when it comes to gear so want to do this thing right from the beginning. What would you guys reccomed in the way of tent, sleeping bag and mat, as well as pack? And any other items that would make life better that I may not know about? Will be 5 days of hiking in total.
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>>779862
Read this thread >>747404
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>>779862
Honestly? But as little as you can, borrow everything possible (not shoes but everything else) If you're going to stick to trails then old running shoes would do as long as they are still an all right shape.
It's a huge waste to dump thousands of dollars into gear while you don't know if you like it yet, it's not for everyone.
I have friends who loved LOVED to go on the first hike with me, only to break down after 1-2 days and never go hiking again.

Buying everything before your first...
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>>779904
Thanks senpai spee here so not very familiar with /out/

>>779920
Good point, don't really know anyone I can borrow from though. I spent 4 years in the Marines so I have the experience of hiking long distance heavy weight day after day, and being out in the field. But that was all structured to wear it's just do as your told so much easier. But I enjoyed the non military aspects of it enough too feel pretty confident it's something I'd like to...
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Angeles National Forest has a real hard time cleaning bathrooms. What are your feelings on replacing them all with a squat toilet (hole in the floor.) Everyone has to hover over these things already.
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>>779657
Back to India, you street shitter!
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>>779657
>>779672
Poo memes aside I think this is a good idea

It'll keep out the casuals who only go outside when there's asphalt nearby
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>>779657

> walk in
> theres shit everywhere
> walk out and shit in trees

basically what it is at this point. anything is better desu

I'm looking to spend a weekend at a bothy in Wales sometime in the next month or so.
I've never stayed in one before and I'm a bit nervous about turning up to one to find it's full of people from one group partying it up and looking like a weirdo.

Can anyone share their bothy experiences to put my mind at ease?
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I generally don't leave the house but I'll bump this thread out of the kindness of my heart
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>>777474
>>777488

Thank you, friends. I would've thought someone here has experience of staying on a Bothy with a tale or two to tell.

I think they're more popular in Scotland than in Wales though.
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>>777464

There was one guy on here to stayed in one. Said he spent a whole month there without seeing a single person, if I recall correctly. And yes, his was in Scotland.

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>trekking innawoods
>wearing anything other than military boots on your feet

Why do people do this?
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Sooo... you hike completely naked wearing just military boots?
I like you style OP.
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>>775142
Oh look, its this thread again.
dont even get me started on this shit
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>>775142
Simply put OP I could only afford one pair of boots/shoes whatever and whilst sure, the old German paratrooper boots I used to have were god tier I decided to pick up something a little more low key. Are they ideal? Nope, but they're better than nothing.

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Anybody watch any Youtube """outdoorsmen"""? Thoughts?

Pic related, Survival On Purpose:

+Actually /out/
+No inflated ego like Nutnfancy or PM101

-Heavily commercialized, is nothing more than a gear tester
-95% of his reviews are of shit sent to him by companies
-Throws knives
-SCHRADE™
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Primitive technology, Cody's lab, Native Survival

These are the best one of the top of my head. I've got some more, but if I can't remember then they're not so great to recommend.
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>>774559

Karamat Wilderness Ways. Nuff said. Not exactly a youtdoorsman though.
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All these niggers have shilled so much that they ended up depriving the word "survival" of it's meaning. It's not theirs but their followers fault tho.

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so /out/

I want to go /out more and so I was thinking of buying a proper knife for that.
Up until now, i used my Victorinox Hunter and I also own a Fiskars X7 Axe, which i occasonally bring along.

So for the new one... First i thought ESEE izula 2 but i reckon it's just a bit small. What about a ESEE 3? something like that...

What would you recommend? specifically when it comes to sizes...
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If you want to go /out/ more, then go /out/ more. You will figure out what equipment you should buy as the need arises.

Don't buy it as a toy and don't use wanting to go /out/ more as an excuse to buy a new toy. Nobody can tell you which knife to buy without knowing what you'll be using them for and what cutting needs you'll encounter.

That being said, some real advice:

You already have a hatchet so you don't need anything big enough for chopping or >batoning, but you already figured that out. I have an Izula II and it's...
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>>774461
If you like the look of the Esee's have a look at the JG3
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>>774461
With a victorinox huntr and that fiskars you are already set anon. Get a foldable saw and you are golden.

Also, listen to the previous anon.

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Feel free to do your own one
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>>772402
>Scotland not God tier

wat

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Hey guys, I was thinking about buying a uv-5r because they have good reviews etc. I don't know anything about radios but it's not rocket science so I guess I can learn. My question is, what's your experience with these type of devices while /out/, will they actually help you if things go south or they are just memes. Do you need to pack an extra anthena and extra batteries so they would work?
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>>761510
Uv5rs are nice because they are cheap. But they are cheap because they are bare bones. You are going to need some knowledge to use it. And the programing cable to name channels. And a general license to talk on the 2 meter and 70 cm bands.

I don't recommend doing it but i have a friend;^) that set his up with the important marine freqs and the frs, gmrs and murs freqs. And all the noaa freqs.

So his little 35 dollar uv5r is essentially a marine radio a frs/murs/gmrs radio and a weather radio on top...
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>>761510
I wouldn't count on it for any kind of emergency, but for communicating with others who are /out/, I think it would be pretty cool

read this >>989158
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>>761789
grr let's try that again

http://boards.4chan.org/diy/thread/989158/

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I wanted to grow weed in forest for a long time. Do I just plant the seed in the ground and just water it everyday?
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>>780347
I will stake out your crop and shoot you on sight druggie!

So yes.
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>>780347

>i want to do something
>but ive done no research at all
>the only thought ive struggled to formulate is overly simplistic

Go read a fucking book
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>id rather ask one of the most bigoted, tism filled boards on 4chan instead of google

What do you expect other than posts like this
>>780350

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And I will walk 500 miles...
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And I will walk 500 more...
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Just to be the man who walked 5000 miiiiiles
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ITT: Post your most murdered shoes

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The time has come again. I'm going on my... third or fourth homeless hitch hike. I wont go into my story of why I'm doing this. This isn't my personal blog and I know none of you care.

What are the best states to do this in? I was thinking Florida because winter is tolerable there.

So, what I'm asking is, best states to be homeless/off the grid in? Thanks in advance.

Super perfundo to you on the early eve of your day.
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>>779232
>I was thinking Florida because winter is tolerable there.
you'll also be killed by hillbillies.
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>>779236
They're my people. I'm immune
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>>779277
Good luck avoiding getting mugged or stabbed

Post shelters you've built.
Me and two buds built this. Pretty cozy.
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>>779154
That looks like crap, shame on you....
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>using ferns as cover.
it's like you want lungcancer.
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>>779154
Looks good bud, people put too much stock in perfectly crafted shelters

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Ask an anon who spent the last 2 weeks hiking/canoeing Voyageurs NP anything.

Currently seeking respite from mayfly swarms for a couple of days at the Kettle Falls hotel. Future plans include catching walleye, and illegally canoeing into Canada and shitting on one of their islands. Fuck Canada!
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Here is a photo where you can see the mayfly cloud along the top.
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>>779027
>ask anon anything
What the hell is this red dragonfly? I have never seen one like it.

>>779042
Are those clouds of them just over the water or what? Never actually seen (or payed any attention to) a hatch.
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>>779058
Dunno. Probably I would call it a red dragonfly until some local corrected me.

Yes clouds of them hover over shorelines for a few days. When I got here there were none, then about a week ago they started up, peaking on Thursday. They are almost gone now.

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Hello /out/ friends

What are the best wet wipes for "showering" /shitting when innawoods?
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>>778955

Anything anti-bacterial, unscented and with no alcohol in it. I use wet ones.
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>>778955
I just shit in rivers. It's like nature's wet wipe.
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>>778955

That pig looks furry enough to wipe your ass on. Take him with you next time

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post what you want/need or generally what are good products you've tried. im looking to buy a good filter system for the money and ive already tried the lifestraw, it was kind of a pain to use. What products do you guys recommend?
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>>777449
Unless you're filtering for multiple people those sawyer minis are the best. I bring a little adapter with mine so I can clean it without bringing the giant syringe. Like with any mechanical filter, don't rely on it below freezing.
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>>777534
first post best post
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>>777534

But don't they work fairly slowly? I've read on the site that the sawyer squeeze goes a fair bit faster, but everyone seems to own the mini. What's up with that?

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Is there really much of a difference between clothing designed for going /out/ vs workwear clothing designed for labourers who work outdoors? It seems the moment something is marketed towards camping or outdoor recreation the price shoots up to profit off of the clueless rich people demographic. Would I not be better off just buying construction clothing from a DIY store?
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>>777296
Do you scramble up and down a lot of hills on your jobsite? It seems like your mind is already made up so go ahead and buy those steel toe boots. Take pictures os your feet for us after your first good hike.
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Yeah big difference
Workwear is built to last.
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Clothes designed for going out are often designed to be lightweight. Unfortunately it is expensive. My rain jacket is ultralight und ultraexpensive, but I carry it in my backpack most of the time. So I go with my 248g waterproof jacket, instead of the cheaper one I have, that weighs around 1000g. Thats more than half a kilo less weight, on a single piece of gear.
Merino underwear and shirts cost a fortune, but the quality is so much better than regular cotton shirts.

But I am no bushcrafter, I go trekking and sleep in a tent. I don't do ultralight trekking but...
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What do you guys put in your first aid kits?
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hemostatic stuff, bandages, sterile gauze, antibacterial stuff, things to keep wounds closed, medications for various things, leeches, lobotomy needle
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I dont make mine. Go to a school bus at night and take the first aid kit from behind the driver seat. Has everything you will need sometimes even an epipen which is nice for trauma. School buses are always unlocked the door just slides open. Dont worry, they just get replaced upon safety inspection so no harm done by you getting a free quality med kit.
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>>776789
cheapest standard motorbike fak.
should have everything statistically relevant to save your life.
no expansive fancy shit.

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What's the Longest you've ever hiked in one day /out/?

I had a day off yesterday so I decided to go for a hike through my city's interconnected trail network

ended up hiking 31 km / 19 miles

It was really fun, but it was a fuckin workout towards the end. Calves are pretty sore and the balls of my feet are all swollen.
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Did 54 miles in one day once walking down train tracks. Did a cozy 25 miles per day every day after that for about a week. Gah, I think I can still feel my feet from that and it was 10 years ago.

Yeah, I was on a lot of good drugs that lead you to walk quickly for hours and hours and hours
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>>776732

jesus fuck

what were you doing for food and water?
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>>776740
Pop tarts and jerky and shit and refilling water bottle anytime the train tracks crossed a town or a creek. If youre moving as fast as I was you get more than a few opportunities to do this.

>that feel when going on a camping trip out at Denali National Park this weekend

Is /out/ doing something for the memorial day weekend?
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>>776292
Yep, heading down to emerald isle NC with the Kayak. Hitting Bogue Sound to catch some drums and maybe some flounder.
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>>776292
Heading down to Chugach National Forest on the Kenai. 6 day trip starting Saturday. It's a 7-hour drive from Fairbanks, so I'm leaving in a few hours.
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I'm driving to Green Mountain NF in Vermont today. Going to do a little walking on the AT

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Hey /out/. Found out I have some poison ivy rashes after some time innawoods. What's the quickest way to cure the rash?

Also general poison ivy/oak/sumac hate thread
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91% isopropyl alcohol and sand paper.

Im not joking. Sand down the first layer of skin then apply rubbing alcohol soaked rags. Let it sit. Yes it burns like fuck. You will not have poison ivy the next day. This is the most nuclear way to kill poison ivy.

t. - Someone that has had full body poison ivy that led to temporary blindness
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>>775415
I've tried 97% isopropyl by itself but not with sandpaper. Gonna have to bite the bullet on this one, thanks anon.
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>>775420
Just get the first layer of skin no need to make yourself bleed bro

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>Warning: If you do this, you will receive spam mail.

I'm the anon that posted about the free Zippo a few months back. Marlboro has these giveaways a few times a year, and the items are usually something /out/ related. This time you can enter each week to win a week-long vacation. Once you enter the sweepstakes you can select one of the following free items.

>Bushnell Headlamp
>CRKT Viva Keyring Multi-Tool
>Rugged Bluetooth Speaker

Enter...
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I chose the Bushnell Headlamp. I don't really have use for a bluetooth speaker while outdoors, and the CRKT Viva just looks like a bottle-opener.

Hopefully the prizes next week will be a bit better.
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>>774618
I chose the speaker, but only because I own a 150 JBL speaker that I use, but I could use a freebee speaker and not be as self conscious about it getting dirty or wet or lost while camping.

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Just got these pegs with a bivy I bought online. There incredibly light but they shouldn't bend too easily, right? Better than the standard steel L shape peg? Snugpak should be quality gear, right?
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Depends. I've had some that come with a kelty tarp and they bent cause I was drunk and tried to force it. Just don't be a nincompoop and you'll be fine.
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>>772762
Yeah, going to be cold and wet where I'm going so I figure if I don't try and belt it into a rock, it should be ok.
Just got a shock when I felt how light they are.
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What you should be worried about is not that they bend; you are worried that they stay in the ground. The wind wont bend these. Only a hammer or your own hands will bend these.

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Hey /out/, tell me something that will save my life one day.
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Around blacks, never relax.
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>>771034
look behind you
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Righty tightey, lefty loosey

Need advice on a good 100L+ pack

I'm looking at the Mystery Ranch Marshall but it's 600 bux and kinda heavy - although it's virtually indestructible.

Anyone got any good bag suggestions in this size category?
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>>768971
Do you honestly need a pack that big and do you really need it to be a military style? What will you be using it for?
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>>768971
why 100l + ?
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Osprey Xenith

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Is a side arm suggested for going /out/ in AK? If so, what kind
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>>766149
Yes. Not /k/ here but not bringing a gun /out/ is risky. Spooky shit happens in the woods.

It's really up to preference. Do you want to conceal it? Do you need it to possibly defend against large animals like bears? I would go with a .45 to be safe. I like revolvers because they're less tacticool and nothing beats them for reliability.

As for animals, only use your gun as a last resort. You should carry bear spray which works better than a firearm anyways. No need to kill an animal for being...
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>>766149
I just finished a 2 week trip on the Kenai Pennisula doing a couple short backpacking trips and lots of day hikes.

We did not see a sinlge bear or have any trouble with any people. In fact we hardly saw people on the trails, except near Anchorage and everyone was nice as fuck. At a campground north of Seward a bear hunter said he was having a hard time finding bears beacuse most were within the city limits looking for food this time of year.

I chose not to bring my revolver and just had bear spray, which...
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>>766149

I always keep a firearm on me out in the woods, less about bears and more just in case I run into any violent methheads which is honestly far more likely of a scenario than a bear/animal attack. Still, I use a 10mm Glock 29 since it does have the power to take down black bear.

In AK you're dealing with grizzlies so I'd probably recommend a good bear spray and at least a .44 mag revolver.

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Whats the best multitool /out/?
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>>763831
not that shit for sure
probably the surge, some might like more specialized ones for purposes
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>>763831
swisstool
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>>763831
Does the knife and saw lock open on those ones?

/out/ foods that you can make on a backpacking stove? Preferably boiling-water-centric?

They don't have to be very healthy or ultralight, just reasonable to carry in a backpack and make in the field.

>Inb4 oatmeal and ramen
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You know what are fucking dank? Those little packages of Idahoan Loaded Mashed Potatoes. So easy to make and weigh nothing.
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>>779147
Instant rice
Those noodles that are in skinny bags. Knorr maybe? I forget the brand.
Pasta + a tube of tomato paste(like toothpasr tube but metal)

And of course the 5dollar meals in a bag like mountain valley
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>>779147
Fresh eggs!


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