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HAHA! I agree. you can buy something way cheaper ghd and more durable that comes with a shealth! for around $50 for example you could even get a marine ka-bar fixed blade knife.

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Speaking of Ka-Bar... I carry the Ka-Bar 1245 combo edge tanto. Haven't had much use for it here in CT, but it works well when you fish where there are gar, snapping turtles, and gators.

If I'm in a fish camp in the middle of nowhere, I also carry something that I have heard called a serial killer kit. It's a camp shovel that also makes into a saw, pick, hammer, and hatchet. Folds up neatly and fits on my belt.
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I carry one of these... never needed anything else

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thanks for all your inputs

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so, what kind of gun do u bring? just curious

Depends on where I am going and what I am doing. For pistols I could have a .38, 9mm, .45 or a .44mag as I have several weapons chambered in these calibers. For rifles I could take anything from a 5.56x45 to a 7.62x54r (although I would be more likely to take something in 7.62x51). Or if all else fails there is the 870 with slugs
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Or if all else fails there is the 870 with slugs
Ah the good ol' wingmaster....such a solid shotgun. Even the express version is a solid shotgun for its price.

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Ah the good ol' wingmaster....such a solid shotgun. Even the express version is a solid shotgun for its price.

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shotgun? you mean take it when fishing?
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