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  • emergprep
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    Tenn, I like your sense of humor!

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  • Dawg Fan
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    my favorite is a 12 oz bottle with barley and hops. LOL

    seriosuly, I usually carry a camelbak.

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  • FTG-05
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    Typically, for hoofing it in the woods or out exploring, I just regular store bought water bottles.

    For car camping in 5 gallon sizes, then in my opinion, the the best water container is the 5 gallon Military Water Can. You can buy them for just over $18 from a very good vendor.

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  • Snow Walker
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    Her jug carrying form is perfect, now the picture of you above her is a perfect example of what to avoid in more then one way!

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  • Echo2
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    Originally posted by Stitch View Post
    I have been trying for a few years to buy two of these canteens. Every six months or so I send off an e-mail. In the past I never received a response. To my surprise I received a response on my current attempt. I was told they are currently out of stock and the next production run will be late June - early July. I will keep everyone posted.
    Please do.....I didn't know anyone was making those again.....:)

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  • Stitch
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    I have been trying for a few years to buy two of these canteens. Every six months or so I send off an e-mail. In the past I never received a response. To my surprise I received a response on my current attempt. I was told they are currently out of stock and the next production run will be late June - early July. I will keep everyone posted.

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  • Stitch
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    I have a Nalgene, BPA free, that fits in a GI carrier. The one I really want is below.

    http://www.dhki.com/Defense/p_solbotle.htm

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  • maric
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    :rolleyes:*Shakes head*.........

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  • Echo2
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    Originally posted by Globalwarmer View Post
    Does "slip my canteens into the wife's pack when she isn't looking" count?
    Only if she doesn't catch you doing it.....If she does.....you need to post pics.....I've never seen what a person looks like after being bludgeoned by a canteen...:)

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  • Globalwarmer
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    Does "slip my canteens into the wife's pack when she isn't looking" count?

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  • Snow Walker
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    Originally posted by TennOutdoors View Post
    I used to settle for this, but to slow and noisy. and eats alot.



    gonna upgrade to this





    but till then I guess Im stuck with my old camel back and canteens.

    okay okay LOL sorry im in a good mood tonight. my sense of humor is a bit off at the best of times.
    NO, NO, NO...DON'T APOLOGIZE! Nothing wrong with a little "eye candy", if Skyowl's wife and maric can be perverts why cant we?

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  • TennOutdoors
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    I used to settle for this, but to slow and noisy. and eats alot.



    gonna upgrade to this



    but till then I guess Im stuck with my old camel back and canteens.

    okay okay LOL sorry im in a good mood tonight. my sense of humor is a bit off at the best of times.

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  • Echo2
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    Yeah...gotta say Nalgenes too....but hikes of any real lenth usually end up with the camel packs.

    We generally have 3 to 4 nalgenes in the fridge...

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  • Jerry D Young
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    MSR Hydromdery bags and hydradtion bladders, Guyot/Nalgene Stainless steel water bottles, GI 2-quart flex canteen, 3 quart botas

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  • Snow Walker
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    I have a bunch, but it all depends on what I'm doing.

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