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For me it as to be my four purse nets.If there are rabbits in the field were you have set up camp,Set up the nets in some of the runs when you alight next day the rabbits will bolt for cover and if you are lucky you may catch one. They make very nice curry.
when setting up camp on a rocky ground you can fill the strong nets with rock of all sizes to anchor the tent.
If like us you like making camp buy a stream and you don't like powdered milk then you can put it and butter,in the net and lay it in the water on those hot sultry nights.
Yes the rabbit purse net is a very useful item for the trekker.
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Quote: Originally posted by Bob61 on 20/2/2012Apparently with the female attachment they double as a gravy boat
Seriously though the 'P' bottle is the best, particularly for us old geysers who like a few beers in the evening. Great care is required when used on freezing nights and getting out of the cozy bag is not an option
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