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Not exactly wild camping but camping at our feild , wanted to take kids away n every thing elce fully booked or very busy so thort balls we will just go to feild    Kids loved it 2 of me mates co

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5 hours ago, hawki said:

what degree would be best from now until say feb or can you get an all in one jobby

I, ve used a British army 5 season sleeping bag for the last 30 years slept out in minus temps still only wearing my pants on many occasions, it is a mummy bag but I don’t find it restricts my legs like some do 👍👍

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32 minutes ago, Greyman said:

I, ve used a British army 5 season sleeping bag for the last 30 years slept out in minus temps still only wearing my pants on many occasions, it is a mummy bag but I don’t find it restricts my legs like some do 👍👍

O do same but I use a water proof Bivvy bag aswell I’m proper under stars. Stops dew soaking you 😁

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48 minutes ago, Greyman said:

I, ve used a British army 5 season sleeping bag for the last 30 years slept out in minus temps still only wearing my pants on many occasions, it is a mummy bag but I don’t find it restricts my legs like some do 👍👍

I had a German army one with a waterproof back, slèeves and a handy zip that meant you could have a crap without taking the whole thing off. Sadly it was one of the things that got lost when ae moved. It was ideal for night watching in the pheasant season. 

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Just now, Nicepix said:

I had a German army one with a waterproof back, slèeves and a handy zip that meant you could have a crap without taking the whole thing off. Sadly it was one of the things that got lost when ae moved. It was ideal for night watching in the pheasant season. 

Still get them kicking about over here, my pal bought one the ones you talking about for 35 quid near on new condition, in compression sack an everything. Uses it for night fishing 👍

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1 hour ago, Greyman said:

I, ve used a British army 5 season sleeping bag for the last 30 years slept out in minus temps still only wearing my pants on many occasions, it is a mummy bag but I don’t find it restricts my legs like some do 👍👍

cracking sleeping bag iv had one years aswell keeps you toasty when others are moaning there cold...to warm in summer jan feb march pike fishing there the ticket

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12 minutes ago, jackthelad said:

cracking sleeping bag iv had one years aswell keeps you toasty when others are moaning there cold...to warm in summer jan feb march pike fishing there the ticket

I just lay on top of it or underneath it when it’s warm use it all year round 👍👍

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1 minute ago, Greyman said:

I just lay on top of it or underneath it when it’s warm use it all year round 👍👍

iv slept outside in summer in just that sleeping bag a few times was fishing loch tummell few weeks ago just rolled it out kipped under the stars an its still warm you got the one with waterprooff back ?

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1 hour ago, W. Katchum said:

Still get them kicking about over here, my pal bought one the ones you talking about for 35 quid near on new condition, in compression sack an everything. Uses it for night fishing 👍

Is this the one your talking about?? 

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