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Brad Fisher (wufpackfn) - BPL Premium Member

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All Forum Posts by Brad Fisher

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Re: warmer sleeping bag
I would get a Montbell EX before getting a merino wool jacket. EX will have better warmth, lighter and less bulk when packaging. Hard to say about the 40 degree back. If you can sleep in the ba...

In GEAR » JMT Hike Clothing suggestions
December 30, 7:46pm

Re: military in our schools
Ben, Didn't say you were unpatriotic, just scared of what an ex military person. These individuals return ever day and look for new jobs in the US. Some become police officers, first respo...

In Chaff » Newtown
December 26, 7:42am

Re: From the battleground to the schools
"Do we really want to put, in our schools, men we trained to kill? Men who we put in situations to kill other people? Men who just went though the psychological stress of wartime? In our schoo...

In Chaff » Newtown
December 25, 6:32pm

Re: Alcohol Stove hmm
I use both a Caldera Cone/850ml and jetboil. All depends on the trip and conditions. Group when sharing gear - Always the Jetboil - Fast and easy - With a group of coffee drinkers and meals j...

In GEAR » Having hard time justifying the weight of a jetboil
December 25, 8:07am

Re: Newtown"
Jeffery, "You embrace the idea that ours will be a society filled with armed guards watching over schools, churches, theaters, every public gathering, including protests, public markets, an...

In Chaff » Newtown
December 24, 10:00pm

Re: Re NRA, Clinton and Boxer Agree
How about returning military. Many are struggling to fine jobs and they would certainly be qualified for the position. Might even be an opportunity for some with partial physical disabilities.

In Chaff » Newtown
December 24, 1:13pm

Re: Re: Re: Re:
Travis, I think you are dialed in. I would stick with your sleeping pad setup because it works for you. Being able to sleep it priority one. Can't comment on EE Rev qulit but hear good th...

In Gear Lists » '13 JMT List [changes from my '12 hike]
December 22, 8:09pm

Re: Re:
Travis, No right answer to most of this, but since you ask... I would take the Gorilla for the support and hip belt. Use a xTherm and a piece of tyvek/polycro. Drop all the other ground stuf...

In Gear Lists » '13 JMT List [changes from my '12 hike]
December 22, 7:26pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Newtown
"My point with the stats is that they can be interpreted in many different ways, depending what one wants to support." +1. Just like you can always find a study that supports your pos...

In Chaff » Newtown
December 22, 6:57pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Newtown
Where the FBI stats wrong? I used the 5, 10 and 20 years that were available on the FBI website. You used stats from 30,40 and 50 years. Both stats are right, so what's the point? You just ign...

In Chaff » Newtown
December 22, 6:13pm

All Reader Reviews by Brad Fisher

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad
Have used a neoair for many nights without an issue. Night 1 with the XLite and it leaks from a small tear in outer fabric. Just too fragile for me. Now to figure out how to get my money back. Bra...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
February 26, 9:45am

Mountain Laurel Designs Burn (2010)
I bought the MLD Burn back in November to become my primary 3 season pack when a bear canister is not necessary. If I need to carry a bear canister I will continue to use my GG Gorilla. I was a li...

In Backpacks - Frameless
January 01, 7:32pm