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    This Forum Cost Me 420.00

    I just signed up like a few hours ago. I sat and read and read. next thing you know I am debating on buying the
    You sent a payment of $419.00 USD to Warbonnet Outdoors

    Picked up the tarp with it too.

    need a big warning before you join. WARNING YOU WILL SPEND MONEY HERE!

    LOL

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    XTrekker's Avatar
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    Just Kidding..lol. You did good..Cant really go wrong with WB

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTrekker View Post
    Just Kidding..lol. You did good..
    LOL I picked up
    XLC Blackbird double 1.7 45/48 400lbs 265.00

    My Pomeranian dog weighs 8lbs so I figured I better get something big.

    Then I got the
    Superfly (olive brown) 132"x120" 19 oz Silnylon 130.00

    have to keep the poor little dog dry. She hikes with me all the time. Looks kinda funny actually when you see this big 250lbs man with a beard like a biker with this tiny dog. I get some photos or video when it comes it

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    Senior Member Jibbers's Avatar
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    I know right. I'm not really at liberty to say how much damage I've done to my wallet this month, but man does it add up fast. And I dont even have an UQ yet. I'm sure that's another $200-$300 to come! In any event, im feeling pretty comfortable with what I have so far and think I'll be able to lock down the checkbook soon haha!!

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    You'll get no sympathy from this guy, who is currently sitting home, awaiting delivery of the glorified raincoat he just bought. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibbers View Post
    I know right. I'm not really at liberty to say how much damage I've done to my wallet this month, but man does it add up fast. And I dont even have an UQ yet. I'm sure that's another $200-$300 to come! In any event, im feeling pretty comfortable with what I have so far and think I'll be able to lock down the checkbook soon haha!!
    I am going to try a whole new idea to hiking. I have been playing with this belt for 2 weeks now.

    I searched utube 2 weeks and found this guys video and thought well look at that my idea just might work.



    Right now I have 35lbs on my belt and it feels like 2 pounds. Now I run a small pack with very few items. So this way I move the weight every where making for a very nice walk.

    I am thinking I sew 1 inch webbring on the hammock bag and now I can attach it either to the outside of the pack or the belt. Making for a compact system. But at the same time I can move very quickly.

    Now this is all theory right now. It works well when I go shooting. So I am think it will work well for this. But I need to test it

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    Quote Originally Posted by oruacat2 View Post
    You'll get no sympathy from this guy, who is currently sitting home, awaiting delivery of the glorified raincoat he just bought. lol
    When it rains you be thankful you have it. I do not have one of those yet. LOL so I will have to sit and wait for it to stop

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    Quote Originally Posted by breaker View Post
    This Forum Cost Me 420.00
    You got out cheap!!!

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    Senior Member MedicineMan's Avatar
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    $420 ?? You've just begun.
    Warbonnet ?? You began well. Quite well.

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