OUTDOORS

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OUTDOORS

Postby Kurt Gürsu » Tue Jan 01, 2013 4:51 pm

Saluki Bow Co.
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I was reading some of the old postings in TGYB forum and ran into a conversation I had with Murat Özel many years ago.
It is nice to read those topics where everyone is taking a jab at eachother.
Any way, in there I noticed a section where I am recomending Murat,since he is a major hunting dude, to take a look at this website:
http://www.salukibow.com/
Hunting is not my thing but what they do has an historical aspect and rather interesting.
I just checked the link out after so long and the site is updated quiet a bit.
Very good craftsmanship.
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Match Case

Postby Kurt Gürsu » Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:09 pm

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Looks simple enough.
Then again if you like to spend some time out doors this little guy can become very handy.
Especially if you you are the type that likes to do it with bare minimums instead of in a cozy RV.
This stainless steel container with its rubber gasket sealed lid is designed to keep your matches dry.
If you are like me and depend on a fier stick instead of matches you can still come up with a dozen ways to use this one.
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Mimimalist boat

Postby Kurt Gürsu » Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:19 pm

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A two person folding boat??
Interesting consept.
Looks a bit too Euro and not the manliest thing to be seen with for me but the folded size is appealing if the space for storage or transportation is a concern.
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Check them out here
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Coffe Problems??

Postby Kurt Gürsu » Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:37 pm

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I like to go out into the nature with minimal supplies.
Basically a backpack full of things.
One of the issues with this is the coffee.
The camping coffee presses take way to much space, not the easiest thing to clean up and weigh more then they are worth.
However, for me coffee is worth a lot also.
The instant coffee on the other hand is just not cutting it.
I have not tried this product but just ran into it.
It could be a good compliment for my aliminum mess kit.
Pour hot water on it and you are set to go.
Kind of like a tea bag.
I am sure you can get it from other places too but this is their site
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