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  1. #121
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Gents,

    Here are the sites I told you about.

    Jacket: http://thru-hiker.com/materials/index.php If you are ambitious try the Maxima Jacket. The Multicam jacket I was wearing is a version of this pattern. The vest was my design.

    Tyvek: Apparently the Tyvek site I bought my ground cloth from doesn't exist anymore. It was http://www.materialconcepts.com. It was a great site; they offered lots of different grades from soft, sew-able to heavy ground cloths.

    Does anyone on the forum have a site for buying Tyvek other than e-bay?

    Flash Lights: http://www.4sevens.com
    "If you can't pack it out, don't kill it."

    Joe Back. Horses, Hitches and Rocky Trails

    http://www.originalatv.com/

  2. #122
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Randall, I might steal that last one for a Christmas card.

  3. #123
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Dang, totally bummed I missed it. The worse part is that Ethan & I will more than likely miss the summer Rondy too. Ethan will be playing in the Longmont Bash baseball tournament the weekend prior to Memorial Day, which is the historical weekend of the Rondy.

    Thanks for the pics fellas!!

  4. #124
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by gonehuntn View Post
    Tyvek: Apparently the Tyvek site I bought my ground cloth from doesn't exist anymore. It was http://www.materialconcepts.com. It was a great site; they offered lots of different grades from soft, sew-able to heavy ground cloths.
    This site looks to be working now...

    They have a 8'x10' groundcloth for $19.99.

  5. #125
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Great pics, everyone! Here a few of the splitting axes, hatchets, tomahawks, and saws we had in camp. I'll be posting a review of the Cold Steel Trail Hawk on my blog soon. We had lots of stovewood!



    Two Cold Steel Trail Hawks...mine and MojoSlim's. Both customized by their owners.



    My Trail Hawk



    The assortment of tools in camp.



    The custom scabbard for my 30" Fast Bucksaw, made by Eric Lynn from Mountain Ridge Gear.



    My 30" Fast Bucksaw, made by Paul Swanstrom. These are no longer available for sale by Paul. I'm glad I got mine when I did.
    "Me got no house; me all time moving; light fire, make tent, sleep; all time go hunt, how have house?"

    --Dersu Uzala
    Sihote'-Alin Range, Ussuria, 1902



    www.tenkaratracks.com
    http://fishrigs.com/

  6. #126
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Looks like a wicked good time. Great pictures.
    Sawtooth How do you attach that bucksaw scabbard to your pack? I've been thinking about something similiar for my 24in bucksaw and will also hold an ax. Thanks Robbie

  7. #127
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Robbie,

    I haven't attached it to a pack yet, but it can be done. I've been stashing it in my pulk. It has PALS webbing, so it could be attached easily. It also comes with a shoulder sling that makes it handy to carry around. Mountain Ridge Gear has a winner with this scabbard. It even has a sleeve for an extra saw blade.
    "Me got no house; me all time moving; light fire, make tent, sleep; all time go hunt, how have house?"

    --Dersu Uzala
    Sihote'-Alin Range, Ussuria, 1902



    www.tenkaratracks.com
    http://fishrigs.com/

  8. #128
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Do you happen to know if this is going to be a production item? I didn't see anything on their website?Thanks again
    Quote Originally Posted by Sawtooth View Post
    Robbie,

    I haven't attached it to a pack yet, but it can be done. I've been stashing it in my pulk. It has PALS webbing, so it could be attached easily. It also comes with a shoulder sling that makes it handy to carry around. Mountain Ridge Gear has a winner with this scabbard. It even has a sleeve for an extra saw blade.

  9. #129
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    Robbie,

    Just email Eric through the site. I'm sure he'll be happy to make one for you. After he gets done with mine first! As soon as I saw Sawtooth's I had to have one as well. It's a great case.

  10. #130
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    Default Re: Colorado Winter Rondy 2012

    cool thanks.

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