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Adam Kilpatrick (oysters) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale South Australia
About Me Into Bushwalking in remote areas in Australia. Have completed alot of walks in Southern Australia, especially in the Flinders Ranges, but also some decent trips in Victoria, Tasmania, and Central Australia.

I also spend a lot of time in the field for work (arid areas) and am an avid Scouter!

Oh yeah, and I'm into cycling and photography too.
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Re: Re: MDBB > MS
Hmm, yes. There's also some kind of laminar flow resistance effect. So, on long vertical baffles, as long as the cross section of the baffle tube isn't too large, and there is the right ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Delta Karo Step?
August 21, 6:11pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Interesting
Yes, I think the two most important factors will be mouth size and also maximal distance between baffles (MDBB). MDBB is important, as the larger the distance between two baffles, the less three...

In Make Your Own Gear » Delta Karo Step?
August 21, 6:52am

Re: Re: x-cords makes buckles with integrated whistle AND flint
+1 on Tony's concerns. Looking at more pics of them on ebay (there really are stacks for sale), its pretty small. Sternum strap use...could be a pain to remove depending on how you have your...

In GEAR » x-cords makes buckles with integrated whistle AND flint
August 18, 6:07pm

Thought reduction
Be interesting to see the weight, and know how durable it works as a sternum strap buckle on an extended basis. One advantage is it reduces, by a smidge, gear clutter. A back up firestarter is c...

In GEAR » x-cords makes buckles with integrated whistle AND flint
August 18, 6:02pm

CT1K.18 .69oz Cuben Fibre
So, based on these analyses, it seems to me that CT1K.18 is somehow strangely missing from the backpacking market place. With the extra thick mylar, this would potentially be great for lightweight ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Protocol B Version 1 Procedure and Test Results
August 16, 11:46am

Saw the S2S Nano in store
Went to my favourite local store to check it out, they had put it aside for me so it would be there when I got there. Really nice, though more in heinsight I realise that some of the really nice...

In GEAR » Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Nano Poncho (note, new 15D fabric)
August 16, 12:32am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: myog mountaineering cuben tunnel tent?
The reinforcing tape is coming away here, but is that actually a problem? I'm guessing that the rest of it will actually be quite strong. If this seam needs to be sealed, then maybe tape shoul...

In Make Your Own Gear » myog mountaineering cuben tunnel tent?
August 16, 12:02am

Bivy and dog tarp
I agree with the Event bivy. Make sure you have a mesh option in it somehow. A carefully designed "dog tarp" could make all the world of difference in comfort using the bivy stealth ca...

In GEAR » Flat tarps, rectangular tarps and bivy sacks
August 15, 9:03pm

Re: Re: Re: Interesting
There is probably an ideal loft/cell length ratio (or curve), and this probably varies depending on direction and location on the bag. Eg it could be that over the torso, cell length can be quite l...

In Make Your Own Gear » Delta Karo Step?
August 15, 8:58am

Re: Re: Questions from the LIVE event
I agree with Ken. Earth tones please! Try camping somewhere serious in a bright yellow tent...

In GEAR » SNEAK PEEK: 2015 Sierra Designs TENSEGRITY ShelterS
August 15, 7:51am

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