Message from Deleted User in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #ranger

2017-07-24 19:52:07 UTC  

Any opinion on this or similar products

2017-07-24 19:55:43 UTC  

I've got so much knowledge I want to lay down but I don't want to overwhelm people

2017-07-24 20:01:58 UTC I thought these looked pretty interesting, I just don't know if it's worth it over getting a normal tarp

2017-07-24 20:06:06 UTC  

any surplus poncho is good stuff because you can also use it as a shelter if its made the same way the US ones are

2017-07-24 20:06:34 UTC  

if you don't already have a "woobie" (US poncho liner) get one now

2017-07-24 20:28:01 UTC  

@Louis Loire - NY poncho liner is love. Poncho liner is life

2017-07-24 20:28:08 UTC  

Sleep with mine every night.

2017-07-24 20:49:58 UTC  

I sleep with mine often its the best piece of gear the military has ever made

2017-07-24 20:53:17 UTC  

@Louis Loire - NY dude no shit. It was always the perfect temperature. Bay far the best piece of gear I was ever issued

2017-07-24 20:57:49 UTC  

Yeah, I love my poncho liner 💯

2017-07-24 21:10:46 UTC  

The wubby

2017-07-24 21:15:24 UTC  

@Mark Vandal IIRC (it's been 9 years now, or so) that particular brand of quick clot gauze (from your pic) we stopped carrying in combat due to a recall because it was "burning" itself to wounds, causing more trauma to the effected area. It LOOKS just like the ones we had when doc came around and changed all ours out. Maybe look into it, I dunno...or maybe manufacturer has fixed that prob since then.

2017-07-24 21:22:51 UTC  

@Phillip Wiglesworth - FL that is what I was issued as of less than a year and half ago

2017-07-24 21:22:59 UTC  

that was an old compound used as a homeostatic agent it was replaced long ago

2017-07-24 21:23:16 UTC  

most quick clot stuff will say NO HEAT now because of that

2017-07-24 21:23:27 UTC  

good then, didn't know if was old pic or not

2017-07-24 21:25:10 UTC  

like I said 9 years or so ago, same brand, glad they changed that shit. was leaving really nasty wounds

2017-07-24 21:25:35 UTC  

Celox is honestly better stuff then quick clot they just got most of the contracts

2017-07-24 22:12:15 UTC  

I'm gonna start compiling videos and guides for you guys and pin them here. We will start with something very basic but very useful. How to start a fire which I'll get to sometime tonight or tomorrow morning.

2017-07-24 22:12:39 UTC  

Wow, thanks. Look forward to it.

2017-07-24 22:22:22 UTC  


2017-07-25 02:44:14 UTC

2017-07-25 02:45:14 UTC  

Just got this swedish hand forged axe on amazon for like 18$.

2017-07-25 02:53:28 UTC  

My friend has a Gransfors Bruks and it costs 150$, it looks very similar, same hickory handle. I can't comment on the forging techniques used, but reviews comparing the performance were praising the Husqvarna. It will last a lifetime just like the Gransfors Bruks

2017-07-25 03:03:56 UTC  

@⚡Clark⚡ their mowers never failed me lol

2017-07-25 04:55:26 UTC

2017-07-25 04:56:31 UTC  

This is a great book I highly recommend. You'll never get off the shitter if it's in your bathroom.

2017-07-25 10:46:12 UTC  

Holy shit.

2017-07-25 10:47:46 UTC  

As it turns out, chewing Weeping Willow bark is a good way to sooth inflammation and a fever, and promotes the immune system.

2017-07-25 11:40:09 UTC  

Willow bark= aspirin

2017-07-25 11:41:50 UTC  

Lets start with a basic camp fire. so you and your normie friends (if youve still got any by this point) decide to go camping.
But oh no! None of the men are worth a damn and they dont know how to start a camp fire. Well fear not cause your fashy ass is there to save the day as usual
By he end of this period of instuction youll be roasting hot dogs or commie books in no time.

2017-07-25 11:42:21 UTC  

First, saftey. Have some kind of water source, bucket of sand, or a shovel to put it out close by. Antifa tears are my go to choice
Clear your fire bed. Kick away everything till you only have dirt a good way around it, make it bigger than your fire. Gather your stones and what not if you got em and make a circle where you want your fire
You've got 4 basic types to start with

2017-07-25 11:42:36 UTC

2017-07-25 11:44:07 UTC  

Now I personally have only ever used two of these, the teepee and the log cabin, and I only ever really use the teepee tbh fam
When building the fire, you want 3 parts: tinder, kindeling, and fuel. Starting from small and getting larger
Tinder. no youre not swiping right patrolling thots, your lighting this on fire. It needs to be small and fine. Dry Grass/ leaves, wood chips, tiny twigs, some pine needles. Whip out that pocket knife (why are you camping without one) and shave off some small shavings

2017-07-25 11:44:42 UTC

2017-07-25 11:45:29 UTC  

Now you start building it up. You got your real small tinder in the middle very loosely packed (oxygen is key) and you start adding some slightly bigger tinder, then slightly bigger, so on and so on
Commie propaganda works great as well rip that paper up real small
Now add your kindeling. These are gonna be your medium sized stuff. Normal medium sticks, bark, etc. Go for about the size a pencil, working your way up slightly bigger and slightly bigger all the way around in the shape of a teepee

2017-07-25 11:45:58 UTC  

second picture from biggest to smallest. fuel, bigger kindeling/smaller fuel, smaller kindeling, tinder

2017-07-25 11:46:14 UTC  

@Mark Vandal Good stuff. Some folks grind their tinder into a powder aye?

2017-07-25 11:46:14 UTC  

Then the fuel wood. this is your bigger stuff now. about the size of your fourearm and wrist. As with the kindeling and tinder smaller to larger. No logs yet that when youve got this thing hot and roaring then you can starting pushing them in from the sides

2017-07-25 11:47:41 UTC  

@Deleted User i never have. but if you got some saw dust thats a good start but you want something more solid

2017-07-25 11:49:29 UTC