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James Landro (justaddfuel) - BPL Premium Member

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Re: Kovea Adapter
Yes, it has a small screw on the side if you need to adjust the pressure at all, works fine for me without adjusting though. I have a primus omnifuel himalaya model (pre-heat tube and all)

In GEAR » Coleman 1Lb Propane tank to Primus Omnilite adapter
December 28, 8:25am

Re: Coleman 1Lb Propane tank to Primus Omnilite adapter
This is what you need: Kovea LPG adapter I have one I got off ebay. Bulletproof.

In GEAR » Coleman 1Lb Propane tank to Primus Omnilite adapter
December 28, 7:49am

Re: Spoon
Making chopsticks from sticks is really not too hard of a skill to learn if your spoon ever fails you. I know, I know all you spork users camp above treeline, while us lowly spoon users are at the ...

In GEAR » Sporks SUCK!!!
December 28, 7:18am

Re: Circus Bears
We stayed a night at salt creek campground near the ONP and during the day we saw a wayward teenager scoping us. We laughed, had some beers, left all of our bear canisters out and went to sleep. In...

In Philosophy & Technique » Having food stolen
December 22, 4:17pm

Re: Re: Alternative in-expensive options for MSR Whisperlite universal
The standard whisperlite is the standard and a good deal at $80, then just get a cheap $10 screw on stove for canister use. Doesn't really make sense to buy the multi-fuel since you won't w...

In GEAR » Alternative in-expensive options for MSR Whisperlite universal
December 17, 9:16am

Re: Alternative in-expensive options for MSR Whisperlite universal
Not exactly in-expensive, but a better stove for a cheaper price Primus Omnifuel Do you need both white gas an canister options? A fire maple with an inverted canister might be a good choice.

In GEAR » Alternative in-expensive options for MSR Whisperlite universal
December 17, 9:04am

Re: Thru hiking watch
Suunto Vector's alarm is super super quiet. I would say it is the watches worst quality.

In GEAR » Thru Hiking watch-which is best?
December 10, 10:47am

Re: Re: Solo winter backpacking?
Mountainous terrain is a whole different ball game. Learn how to use an ice axe, practice tons of times with tons of people. Take avalanche 1 and 2 training. Learn to use your beacon and snow probe...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Solo winter backpacking?
December 10, 10:45am

Re: Axe + saw require for a hot tent for winter backpacking
Get a saw from QiWiz for 8.5oz http://www.qiwiz.net/MEGA_Buck_saws.html and use this handy trick for pieces that are too big around Splitting wood with a saw Good luck! I carry a mora too and ...

In GEAR » Axe + saw require for a hot tent for winter backpacking
December 10, 9:42am

Re: Cold Feet Sleepers - Solution Debate
Huge fan of down booties! So nice to hang out at camp when it is dark and cold with cozy feet. In winter we are usually at camp a lot longer justifying the weight to me.

In GEAR » Cold Feet Sleepers - Solution Debate
December 05, 2:52pm

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