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    Senior Member MuseJr's Avatar
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    Nice Mac. Now I just need to lose 30lbs so I can crawl inside one and use it as a hammock... I might just have to get one for inspiration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuseJr View Post
    Nice Mac. Now I just need to lose 30lbs so I can crawl inside one and use it as a hammock...
    Ha ha! Don't crawl inside... just use it as a double layer hammock.

    Or, I could make one out of 1.9 oz ripstop for you!

    - MacEntyre
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    Sounds great Mac !
    Looking forward to the video.

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    Was anyone else thinking, wow, part bivy, part hammock, part burqa?
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    Hammocks that are sharia law complient..not that is FORWARD thinking HA HA! Even I'm laughing.

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    Dude;

    Add zippers to it and you'd have something like this:

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=52543

    I'd love to see something like that designed to attached to the Molly Mac Pack

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    Quote Originally Posted by sargevining View Post
    I'd love to see something like that designed to attached to the Molly Mac Pack
    That's been suggested several times. If someone could tell me why the pack should transform into a hammock, I might be more interested.

    - MacEntyre, perplexed

    P.S. I tried the Survival Hammock in "bugnet mode" and it works very well! Video soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacEntyre View Post
    That's been suggested several times. If someone could tell me why the pack should transform into a hammock, I might be more interested.

    - MacEntyre, perplexed

    P.S. I tried the Survival Hammock in "bugnet mode" and it works very well! Video soon!
    As a product, I doubt that it would sell well to the Hammock Camping community.

    As a piece of survival gear it has merit. Marketed as a delux Bug Out Bag that serves the need for carriage and shelter wihtout additional equipment, while being adaptable by accepting other MOLLE gear, I think it would do well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacEntyre View Post
    Ha ha! Don't crawl inside... just use it as a double layer hammock.

    Or, I could make one out of 1.9 oz ripstop for you!

    - MacEntyre
    1.1/1.9 - That might be something I could do. Let me see what I can come up with. I will let you know when I have some extra cash.
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    Great Job, Mac. Looking forward to the videos. I had not caught this thread earlier, but I was thinking, too, about attaching to a tarp ridgeline to make it a bug net hammock; then I see that the innovative folks on HF had already struck with that one. Eager to see further development.

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