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#3584855 - 02/12/14 11:20 AM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: FULLDRAWXX75]
dh1984
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i got a couple of old shirts that i use to layer with only thing is wrong with them is the sleeves has holes in them. but with a jacket over top on them i stay warm as a bug in a rug LOL.
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#3603274 - 03/01/14 07:37 AM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: dh1984]
Nsghunter
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Registered: 01/02/14
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Loc: Blount co tn

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I bought a pair of Whinchester hunting boots 6+ years ago for $20 at Hammer's discount store. They had been a little leaky for a year or do and cold as SNOT, this season I got "staked" by a 1' thick bushogged briar stem, in both feet. They leak like crazy now but those soft soles keep em quiet. At 250# I need a quiet boot in the hardwoods lol
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#3612676 - 03/10/14 10:57 PM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: FULLDRAWXX75]
woodswise
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Mine is a blaze orange hunting vest made for me by a buddy's wife in 1970. We couldn't buy store bought cloth vest back then most all were plastic and noisy. Somewhere along the way I black spray painted camo leaf on it (high tech) and years of briars has picked threads now it's shabby, it's become a rite of passage for my kids and now grandkids to wear this vest on their first deer hunts. My buddy is long since deceased and it is ratty but one of my most prized possessions
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#3613381 - 03/11/14 06:41 PM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: Brisco Darlin]
KENBOB10
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 Originally Posted By: Brisco Darlin
my lucky buffalo plaid wool shirt. had it for 20+ years. both elbows blown out, holes all in it , thread bare. wife finally got me a new one 2 years ago. i couldn't part with the old one and it's still hanging with all my other hunting clothes.
also my blaze orange camo hi lid cap.


I bet that hi-lid has 500 square inches of Orange by itself. Lol
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#3614196 - 03/12/14 12:53 PM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: KENBOB10]
Brisco Darlin
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 Originally Posted By: KENBOB10
 Originally Posted By: Brisco Darlin
my lucky buffalo plaid wool shirt. had it for 20+ years. both elbows blown out, holes all in it , thread bare. wife finally got me a new one 2 years ago. i couldn't part with the old one and it's still hanging with all my other hunting clothes.
also my blaze orange camo hi lid cap.


I bet that hi-lid has 500 square inches of Orange by itself. Lol
you got that right. like i've always said,i ain't one to quit a garmit just cause it's got a little age on it.
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#3630907 - 03/30/14 03:55 PM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: Brisco Darlin]
WGK
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I have a pair of bibs that were issued to my father in 1944 while he was in the navy. These things are HEAVY you can barely read the USN on the front bib. I usually try to hunt in them once a year.
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#3649451 - 04/18/14 09:52 PM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: WGK]
Crosshairy
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Army fatigue pants I use for warmer weather hunts. I got them as a teenager, and lost enough weight to wear them again. They have big holes in them, but I duct-taped over them last year on a squirrel hunt to keep the chiggers out \:\)
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#3658404 - 04/29/14 01:04 PM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: Crosshairy]
muddyboots
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My boots. They have threads showing but are still waterproof. LOL
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#3658645 - 04/29/14 05:52 PM Re: Your rattiest piece of hunting gear [Re: muddyboots]
primos32
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Registered: 12/26/07
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My gloves that I use for turkey hunting and bow hunting are hanging together by the thread.
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