Cheap Stuff that Works

Silveroddo

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Maverick1

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Haha. I don’t happen to be a homosexual. In case you’re foreign to the term: In the military if you invest in your own equipment or over-think gear you will often be referred to as a gearqueer.


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Haha.....and I don’t happen to be interested! Checked the Urban Dictionary.... and I learned something new today. Good for a laugh anyhow.
 
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Lonald

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Not everything should cost an arm and a leg. Post any inexpensive stuff you’d recommend that just flat works.

I’ll start with a Mora 711. ~4.5 oz with sheath, easy to sharpen (and resharpen in field), and the textured rubberized grip is fantastic. Easy to grip and your hand doesn’t tire after several hours of boning.

$15

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Heavy duty window shrink wrap - makes a great meat tarp or even a groundsheet. With some duct tape you could probably rig an emergency shelter.

6 oz for a 5’ x 10’ sheet, can be cut to size.

$7.94

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Military field jacket liner still one of the best layering I’ve ever used
 

mrgreen

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Rick Young Bino harness ~ $20-$25.

I have a milk crate full of bino harnesses. They all have good design ideas, but this one is just simple and works. I put the OEM lens caps back on and don't worry about the glass.

Any little items like wind-checker or flagging tape ride in my pocket.
 
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Rick Young Bino harness ~ $20-$25.

I have a milk crate full of bino harnesses. They all have good design ideas, but this one is just simple and works. I put the OEM lens caps back on and don't worry about the glass.

Any little items like wind-checker or flagging tape ride in my pocket.

+1 on that. I run one with an old crooked horn bino cover and it's my favorite system ever.
 

rfc86

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x2 ont he Wrangler stretch pants,
also these shirts as a base layer

x2 on the Vapor shirt. Used in September on my Elk hunt.
 

K1United

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Also, here's a cheap chair my buddy uses that's a little heavier but way cheaper than the helinox:

MARCHWAY Ultralight Folding Camping Chair with Anti-Sinking Wide Feet, Portable Compact for Outdoor Camp, Beach, Travel, Picnic, Hiking, Lightweight Backpacking (Dark Blue) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KZMJG7G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_HbkuEb6SKX8MS

It works just as well at a fraction the cost if you're not bothered by the extra ounces.
 

K1United

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Bought this headlamp for my daughter. Very bright, lasts a long time. I use the aaa version for a back up, also very bright.
Great find! That looks like the perfect camping headlamp for the kids, I'll have to add it to the cart for the summer.
 
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