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Old 09-04-2018, 03:46 AM
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Here is a helpful article on gear that you should carry when out doors. have a look https://swordsswords.com/blog/the-co...oor-gear-list/
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Old 09-08-2018, 05:26 PM
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Thanks for sharing this helpful list of outdoor hunting gear!


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Old 10-29-2019, 05:32 PM
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Hello all! Excited to be apart of this community. I'm in Columbia, South Carolina, and I love getting to go camping, and clear my head from all of the craziness of the work week. I'm excited to read all of your posts and pick up some tips and advice here and there. If you're in the columbia area, check out my site at https://www.columbiavinylsiding.com
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Old 11-06-2019, 01:12 AM
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Hello all! Excited to be apart of this community. I'm in Columbia, South Carolina, and I love getting to go camping, and clear my head from all of the craziness of the work week. I'm excited to read all of your posts and pick up some tips and advice here and there. If you're in the columbia area, check out my site at https://www.columbiavinylsiding.com
Welcome. And what's your real name, Columbia Vinyl Siding?
Mam? Or... mr?

Back to the topic, the list is pretty nice.
Though from my experience I'd advise against machete. Way too heavy for that. In general, to each their own according to their preferences and skills. But as for me, I've bent too many thin blade machetes to trust them anymore. Now I prefer kukris (they look like this) for brush/young trees clearing, and from my experience it's a better - and more durable - multi-tool.

Though I mostly use axes/hatchets for wood processing, it is rare I carry a kukri with me unless I know specifically where I'm going there will be some needed clearing. So for novices I'd stay - find a good axe instead of blade.
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