Discussion in 'Bushcraft Outfitters' started by IA Woodsman, Nov 29, 2017.
How about an insulated [ KoreTemp] hood to attach to an M-65 liner? Would that work?
How about a Trail hawk? I saw the Norse hawk, but I saw your video on the trail hawk years ago and have wanted one or something like it ever since. Unfortunately I always forget to get one, easily distracted, but if it was on your site I could add it to my wishlist.
I just bought a couple CAT tourniquets but would have loved to buy a complete kit for trauma/ gun shot/ axe/ knife wounds from you guys. A small tear away belt pouch that contains the tourniquet, chest wound sealer, gloves, all the real world kit. It is hard to find a legit one and trust who it comes from, you guys I trust. Happy day
That would actually be pretty useful. Small and relatively easy to make. I haven't looked for liners in forever, anyone knows if they are starting to get harder to find like other surplus items from before the post 9/11 era?
The thought about a hoodie came because of the Woobie Hoodie being made by Perseverance Survival. Each new release sells out quickly, especially the larger sizes. I just have a feeling there is a market there.
Id like a cheap mors-style survival scarf. Something long enough for a 6'3" guy to use as a bivy, with a sewn in bug screen at the face. I've been looking for parachute material to make one, but I seem to only find while parachutes for like 60 bucks, which isn't worth it for the project. But I don't k ow how much it would cost to make such a thing.
Edited to add: even selling segments of parachute material might be handy for a lot of folks. And maybe cheap mule tape.
I second this, I’m 6’5” and it’s a challenge to find gear sometimes. Especially backpacks, a 16” tall backpack looks like I stole it from my kids. Granted, I realize this is probably not feasible cost wise. But I can whine anyway.
I'm not sure if I can explain it well, but I would like to see some options for fire kits...something to hold a couple of altoid sized tins, a zippered or button pouch for flint and tinder, and some elastic straps for holding things like ferro rods, lighters, fire pistons, strikers, that kind of thing.
Maybe a tool roll style, or even something that folds like a book. Something that you can fold out flat onto a log or rock and have all your fire kit layed out and organized.
I’d like to see that more temp shelter half in orange. I would buy that instantly...
I was just browsing the internet to find myself a compact bushcraft fishing kit, sort of a quality hobo fishing kit. Then I thought I would check BCO.
Just thought I would mention it, fishing kits might be a good seller.
The yoyito is great
I was looking at that one. I think I may go with a nice wooden hand carved one, though, for my bushcraft kit. The yoyita I may eventually pick up for my BOB.
Some nice hoodies with the BCUSA logo on it or the back in earth tones. Think I remember seeing at one point you sold these, maybe before my time here.