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bug-out1222   , 67

from West New York


Camper Survives 3 Months Alone In Wilderness

Survival Straps by Tough Gear Inc.

5941155644323491114.jpg (CBC) A camper has been rescued after more than three months in the Quebec wilderness and a run-in with a bear. Marco Lavoie, 44, set out for a two-month canoe trip on July 16,but after three months without word his family contacted police. Quebec provincial police said Lavoie, who is now recovering in hospital, ran into trouble when a bear wandered into his campsite, ate his food and damaged his survival equipment. Surete du Quebec Sgt. Gregory Gomez del Prado said when they found Lavoie, he was dehydrated and had lost a lot of weight. We rescued the man who was in critical condition at that point. He was suffering from hypothermia, he said. A search team had been sent out about 10 days ago, but bad weather forced them to suspend their operation.
To view the original edition together with any supplementary photos or video, browse http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/camper-survives-3-months-alone-in-wilderness-1.2303247

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5941155649408440918.jpg The straps are soft enough to be gripped comfortably bare-handed, and the loops are large enough to accommodate gloved handsa valid concern for use in cold weather. The whole kit is featherweight, with the saw and its carrying pouch weighing only 6.6 ounces. So, how does it cut? Like a champ. Admittedly, I was pulling too hard on the first cuts, so it bound up on the ash log I was sawing. But as soon as I tried an easier touch, it cut quickly and deeply.
Kudos to: http://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/survivalist/2013/06/survival-gear-review-ultimate-survival-technnologies-sabercut

Survival Gear Review: Ultimate Bug out Bag Backpack Survival Technnologies SaberCut

5940028762439407866.png Survival AR7 Rifle Kit,.22 Long Rifle 16.5" Barrel, Teflon Metal Finish, Synthetic Stock, Full Coverage Mossy Oak Break Up Camouflage, 8 Round Magazine With Carrying Case Compact and lightweight. Breaks down into three pieces. No tools needed. Stock holds and comes with two eight round magazines. Steel barrel. Barrels and receiver coated with teflon. Grooved receiver. Comes in plastic box with carrying handle.
You are able to locate the finished posting over at: http://www.wishtv.com/indy-style/in-indy-now/highlighting-survival-gear-with-willow-haven-outdoor

Highlighting Survival Gear with Willow Haven Outdoor

5938713790139056230.jpg I was able to move on my own to rejoin my unit. Another story is from the father of a young boy who used his Survival Strap as a collar for the youngsters new puppy. Another is from a groomsman who used his to tie the traditional cans to the grooms getaway car when no string could be found. The 15 feet of 550-pound test cord saved the day. And another is from a camper who used his to secure a food locker from invading raccoons. And heres the fun part. If you have to use your bracelet, send the company a story of how you used yours and a picture of how it was used and theyll send you a new bracelet, free of charge. They come with a stainless-steel shackle for a closure. There is a plastic breakaway pin that will break if the bracelet becomes entangled in something.
To get all the original version as well as any supplementary photos or video clip, check out http://bangordailynews.com/2011/06/02/outdoors/gear-box/survival-straps-by-tough-gear-inc/

7 Best Outdoor Gear Picks for 2009

5927382999464103660.jpg But with the economy in recession, outdoor enthusiasts (and, especially, casual weekend warriors) may now be more inclined to make their jackets or tents last an extra year. And that has retailers and manufacturers worried. At the highest end, many companies chose to show the same products as last year. As a result, this may be the first show in years in which the most interesting products were not also the most expensive. And thatAs not a bad thing. Here are seven of our favorites from the showroom floor. By Seth Porges
You will get the complete information at: http://www.popularmechanics.com/outdoors/survival/gear/4301557