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    A quick look at a WMD Hammock

    Deleted: after 150 views and 1 comment I figure nobody is interested.
    Last edited by RSGary; 05-29-2012 at 17:15.
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    Very nice looking hammocks! Cannot seem to get the site going ans was curious to the pockets, how they are when in the hammock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon360 View Post
    Very nice looking hammocks! Cannot seem to get the site going ans was curious to the pockets, how they are when in the hammock.
    Hi Dragon, I was updating the site a few minutes ago so that probably was the problem.
    I've made a few changes along the way to the pockets. I always think that I will do away with them totally but then once I get in and start sticking stuff in them I think about how handy they are. The new Deluxe pockets are 6x6 pleated pockets to allow more room inside. They are located about mid section of the hammock which puts them around the area of your thigh when laying inside.
    They are attached to a sport nylon backing which hangs on the hammock via a small strip of sewn on velcro at the top of the backing and on the hammock and are removable by simply just pealing them away. They are great for flashlights, headlamps, cell phones, bug dope, maps, books, water bottles, wallets, knives, and even small handguns.

    Thanks for asking.
    Last edited by RSGary; 05-28-2012 at 09:19. Reason: spelling
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    Lost, that looks like a nice hammock. Too bad you had already deleted your post. I would have liked to have read what you had to say.

    You posted on the 27th and deleted your post on the 29th, and got 150 views. That sounds pretty good to me considering not everyone comes here every day, and the "other vendors" subforum is maybe not the top of the "to read" list, necessarily.

    I hope you'll re-post and give it some time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sturgeon View Post
    Lost, that looks like a nice hammock. Too bad you had already deleted your post. I would have liked to have read what you had to say.

    You posted on the 27th and deleted your post on the 29th, and got 150 views. That sounds pretty good to me considering not everyone comes here every day, and the "other vendors" subforum is maybe not the top of the "to read" list, necessarily.

    I hope you'll re-post and give it some time...
    Hello Sturgeon,
    Thanks so much for your interest.
    I will be posting more videos for sure. I'm not going anywhere.
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