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Belt pouches

Started Sep 1, 2014 0 Replies

Gamegear have these on sale:Waterproof Pouch $29100% Waterproof Pouch for carrying all your important bits and pieces. Fold down the top, then clip it closed and thread your belt through the loop at…Continue

Emergency Rations

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Johnson-Hunt Apr 15, 2014. 1 Reply

Emergency food 1 day ration packs purpose designed for survival situations and produced by a specialist Survival food manufacturer in the USA. This product is called Mainstay 1200 and has a 5 year…Continue

 

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Kev Webb posted a discussion

Belt pouches

Gamegear have these on sale:Waterproof Pouch $29100% Waterproof Pouch for carrying all your important bits and pieces. Fold down the top, then clip it closed and thread your belt through the loop at the back.Made from PVC Tarpaulin, with a light ripstop nylon lining. Size of the Pouch is 22cm high x 14cm wide. www.gamegear.co.nzThey all so have a much larger version Size is 34cm high x 28cm wide. made to be carried in the small of your back.See More
Sep 1, 2014

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Kev Webb replied to Oscar's discussion Water
"I use a sawyers water filter system which are excellent and very cost effective. I bought mine from Highwater Filters in the States at a very good price, even when mailed to New Zealand. http://www.highwaterfilters.com/ Worth checking out too…"
Aug 31, 2014

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Kev Webb replied to Simon Amos's discussion South Island Survival - On-Line Shop - Market Reseach
"Key would be a Mahoe base plate and it seems the Kaikamako spindle is preferred. The bearing plate ,cord etc are easier to make. We can't find mahoe or Kaikamako around here! Base plate would be about 8 - 12 inches long by 2 or 3 inch wide (200…"
Aug 31, 2014

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Kev Webb replied to Simon Amos's discussion South Island Survival - On-Line Shop - Market Reseach
"Mahoe and Kakamako sections for bowdrill kits, tarps/hammocks, paracord, knife sharpener, small belt packs."
Aug 30, 2014

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Ryan Johnson-Hunt replied to Kev Webb's discussion Emergency Rations
"I've tried these they are like a compact lemon shortbread."
Apr 15, 2014

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Kev Webb posted a discussion

Emergency Rations

Emergency food 1 day ration packs purpose designed for survival situations and produced by a specialist Survival food manufacturer in the USA. This product is called Mainstay 1200 and has a 5 year shelf life. (expiry Date is October 2017). It provides 1 day of emergency food rations for one person and contains all the nutrients required for survival. Enriched with vitamins and minerals exceeding the RDA requirements Pleasant lemon flavor. Contains no cholesterol or tropical oils. Kosher and it…See More
Jan 8, 2014

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Kev Webb commented on Ryan Johnson-Hunt's photo
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"I knew a guy who did some training with SARINZ. He had a number of rubber bands or O-rings on a walking pole that he used to move up and down to set as measurements for stride length etc for tracking. They would be lighter and more versatile than a…"
Jan 8, 2014

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Kev Webb replied to Jelena Middleton's discussion Tins for billycans.
"Unfortunately, it's one of those things you probably wouldn't know of any side effects until years later. My father is now suffering from the side affects of years working with paint solvents as part of his work, and he wasn't even…"
May 10, 2013

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Kev Webb replied to Jelena Middleton's discussion Tins for billycans.
"I've used billy cans for a few years. If you heat the tin hot enough it burns the lacquer lining off, and thereby removes your problem. Do beware of the fumes when you do this though - do it outdoors. Milo tins are good but have a lip, and seem…"
May 10, 2013

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Kev Webb replied to Sophie Allen's discussion Saying Hi!
"We've gradually been building in more of this stuff into our work as an outdoor provider in the Hawkes Bay over the last couple of years. Bringing much stuff on a simple level with a New Zealand twist. Just a plea please remember not to import…"
Nov 12, 2012

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Nov 7, 2012

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"Just trying to ascertain the best way to clean eels after catching. Hessian sacks are harder to get hold of now. Any preferred methods guys?"
Nov 4, 2012

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Kev Webb replied to ian lawson's discussion Mountain Safety Council.
"As an instructor for mountain safety - I have to say the Hawkes bay alpine courses are excellent! Bush courses depends a lot on what you want to get out of it and the instructors on the day. check the course contents carefully and talk with the…"
Oct 17, 2012

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Aug 26, 2012

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Kev Webb replied to Steve Phillips's discussion Top cold weather clothing.
"I agree! And recommend them too! The buffalo system is great for cold weather. They also make a lighter weight version for warmer weather, as do Rab now. After 10 - 15 years wear they do tend to get a little thin like any fleece, but I still love…"
Aug 21, 2012

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Aug 21, 2012

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What part of the country are you based?
Hawkes Bay
Town/City where you are based
Hastings
What are your interests?
Firecraft, Primitive skills, Navigation skills, Shelter building, Survival skills, Archery, Crafts, Plant identification, Tramping

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