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Thread: Army webbing bits, waterproof box, basic rangefinder

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    Army webbing bits, waterproof box, basic rangefinder

    Old army webbing. Missing a shoulder strap, but pouches are all in good nick. $50
    Small waterproof box. Outer dimensions 225x200x85mm. Internally 215x153x60mm. $20
    Basic Rangefinder. Have used it out to 500m. Threaded ring holding one lens in is loose, but it still works. $80
    Expired Backcountry freeze-dried meals - Free to whoever wants them, or they go in the bin.

    Pickup South Auckland or post at your expense.

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    Those back countries would be good for 2-3 years or even more past the best before date. Thats just a figure mnfs have to put on. Use by however is a different story.
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    I’ll take the backcountry meals if you don’t want them. I feel I have a hardy stomach.
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    Ive eaten expired ones heaps of times without any bad effects

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    Ive eaten expired ones heaps of times without any bad effects
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    Mmm that waterproof box could be handy for mobile phones car keys etc on the boat I’ll have think

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    My record for an expired back country meal is 15yrs out of date. It did taste a bit funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage1 View Post
    My record for an expired back country meal is 15yrs out of date. It did taste a bit funny.
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Size:  2.85 MB 19 years out of date. Tasted fantastic
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    My oldest was an aussie army rat pack this winter. Everything was fine except the biscuits which tasted stale and thats when we looked at the date. Packed 3/2010

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    Webbing, rangefinder and expired-but-probably-still-ok food all SPF.

    Box still available.

 

 

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