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    Published on 17-12-2014 13:04
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    by Justin aka fishfish

    A friend of mine in the States asked if I could make him a quiver, he didn’t want a regular pouch type as he was worried about the arrows rattling around whilst hunting and giving him away to the deer, I set about making a belt quiver that would securely hold the arrows in place and be quick and easy to draw another arrow,this is the result: ...
    by Published on 25-07-2014 12:23
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    Rig 3.5 from Alpkit

    This is a great little tarp, smaller than tarps I usually use but that hasn't taken away from it's practicality and usability.

    The 3.5 is the smallest of Alpkit's tarp range with the 7 and 21 being it's older and bigger siblings.

    This is the ...
    Published on 04-03-2014 12:17
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    By Geoffrey Guy

    Trapping and the Law

    Many of us who practice bushcraft are interested by primitive trapping, but can this mean we fall foul of the law?

    To my mind one of the most telling tests of someone’s bushraft ability is whether they can consistently provide food for themselves in the wilderness. A significant part of that ability is going to be knowledge of effective methods of taking birds, mammals and fish as food. ...
    Published on 19-12-2013 12:34
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    By Mark Aspell

    Muck Boots have long been associated with their trademark design of making foot wear comprising of a natural rubber bottom half and neoprene upper; this combination provides both strength and flexibility from
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    Published on 05-12-2013 18:28
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    By Mark Aspell

    I was particularly drawn to this product by the integrated seat; which I would see being valuable on day jaunts where I could combine the carrying of small items with a good seat too.

    The stool itself ...
    by Published on 05-12-2013 16:15
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    By Shelly Bristow

    The Merrell Haven Duffle Coat is a stylish looking coat that merges the distinguished look of a city coat with the reliable warmth of a winter parka.

    I’ve had this coat for a while but it’s not until now ...
    Published on 18-07-2013 17:21
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    Merrell Chameleon 5

    We received a couple of pairs of Merrell Chameleons a while ago, I've been reviewing the Shoe version while Matt has been reviewing the Boot version, you can see what he's got to say about the MID version HERE. It's worth pointing out that he's a size 8 and I'm a 13 so quite a difference.


    I've ...
    Published on 18-07-2013 13:31
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    Chameleon 5's
    By Matt Wigglesworth


    We are at one of our camp grounds. A beautiful spot near a running stream, with views of green rolling hills under the cover of trees. The tarp is up and we’re ready to make fire and I’m more than ...
    Published on 10-07-2013 14:47
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    Stryke Pants from 5.11
    By Andy Sargeant

    If you thought tactical pants were just baggy battle dress without the camo-pattern, you might have to think again. ...
    Published on 21-06-2013 12:42
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    By Naomi Walmsley

    “I awoke from a version of sleep to feel snow on my face! My only comfort was that snow meant the rain had passed. I had escaped from our cave, escaped from the only thing offering us any protection from the storm. It had seemed like a good plan at first. But after the fire had gone out and the
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    Published on 07-06-2013 15:00
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    Wisport rucksack and pouch
    By Mark Aspell

    Wisport is a very popular brand in its native Poland – and is yet to make its name in the UK. Wisport was formed in 1984 and as well as rucksacks and pouches for the civilian and military markets (they’ve worked closely in development with special forces troops amongst ...
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