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Jump to new posts Re: Where to discuss knife rights? by Phaedrus @ Today at 05:57 AM

BTW, thanks to Doug and Knife Rights! I live in Montana and Doug's efforts have been instrumental in getting our switchblade ban (among others) overturned! The Governor still has to sign it but I think it's going to happen.
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Jump to new posts Re: Can't use it if you don't have it by hikermor @ Today at 03:56 AM

Glad I still have my original Chouinard sewing kit; don't remember what I paid for it, but it was much less than $29. I have never had to put it to serious use, but it has been worth carrying several times. I am definitely a fan of duct tape for qu
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Jump to new posts Re: Customizing Your Medical Kit by Jeanette_Isabelle @ Yesterday at 01:26 PM

Originally Posted By: acropolis5 Hemostats can be used to help remove larger splinters/ sliveres, clamp a bleeding vein or artery & help to manipulate a wound or remove debris ( e.g. road rash). I once claimed a jugular cut by glass after
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Jump to new posts Re: Hazards we face - What are the odds? by UncleGoo @ Yesterday at 06:58 AM

Originally Posted By: haertig... now it comes as a nasal spray. So it has gotten trivial to administer. If you need Narcan, you need it. If you don't, it doesn't hurt you. But here's a bit of advice from my experience: Once you administer the Na
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Jump to new posts Re: Bear Spray or Handgun in a Pack, are not Bear Spra by chaosmagnet @ 03/19/19 01:37 PM

Good share.
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Jump to new posts Re: New portable Solar charger by Russ @ 03/18/19 05:12 PM

For anyone on the fence regarding buying a small portable solar panel — take a good look at the Renogy E.Flex5 — relatively inexpensive, $23.98 on Amazon — mine arrived yesterday. The panel is a small, lightweight, simple design with no moving par
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Jump to new posts Re: To Build a Fire - Jack London by hthomp @ 03/17/19 05:27 PM

One of *THE* inspirations for my “bomb proof” fire making kit, which contains many options for tinder and ignition!
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Jump to new posts Re: Survival book borrowed in 1977 returned to Library by Jeanette_Isabelle @ 03/17/19 02:40 AM

On the subject of libraries, in my younger years, I visited the library so often that one of the librarians memorized my library card number. I would show up at the counter with just the book and she'd type in my number. Jeanette Isabelle
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Jump to new posts Re: How Equipped Can I Be? by hikermor @ 03/16/19 10:33 PM

Originally Posted By: chaosmagnet I don't have time to train to the "professional" level on everything I'd like to, that's for sure. But I am trained to the "professional" level on some things, and it helps. Knowing deep in your
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Jump to new posts Re: Japanese earthquake kit video by dougwalkabout @ 03/16/19 04:47 PM

Note that there are different standards for hard hats. As noted, the lightweight plastic shell type (ANSI Type I) doesn't do a lot. It's not much more than a bump cap, though that's still better than a ball cap. The CSA-approved Type 2 hard hat, fo
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Where to discuss knife rights?
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Customizing Your Medical Kit
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Hazards we face - What are the odds?
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Bear Spray or Handgun in a Pack, are not Bear Spra
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03/19/19 01:37 PM
New portable Solar charger
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