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"best" tent?

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by canis latrans, May 7, 2002.

  1. Floyd

    Floyd Millennium Member

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    Sleep with the clothes you're wearing tomorrow morning in the sleeping bag with you, and don't wear clothes in your sleeping bag.


    And if you hear banjo's playing in the distance, don't get out of your tent to investigate.

    I highly recommend the movies "Deliverance" with Burt Reynolds and "Night of the Living Dead" before going camping.;g
     
  2. KevinG23

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  3. Grumpy Gardener

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    Bibler tents are by far the best tents on the Planet. Bibler was the first tent to withstand 100 mph. winds. They cost but if your life depends on it... go http://www.biblertents.com/2002/ . I got the bivy unit and I've slept at 13,000 and 10,000 in it. And that's just the bare minimums if you like your space. Good luck.

    Gardener
     
  4. PACKIN' PLASTIC

    PACKIN' PLASTIC 4,500+ posts

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    I forgot I had said that;Q



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  5. SixGlocks

    SixGlocks ... make that 7

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    I also think Eureka makes some of the best tents. I own 3 Eureka's, each for a different purpose. I camp at least once a month throughout the year, so I need well-made tents. Eureka's customer service is top-notched too. I had a pole break recently. I e-mailed them and had a new one (no charge) in a few days. Surf the web for best prices.