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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated April 10)
Civil war BOB contents??????? Ignore Report Reply
Fuck Bocklemodge - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 03:34:04 EST ID:u+574orW No.14273
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Im a time traveler that can travel to other dimensions. In this one, im in the old west and the world is ending. But i have wifi. Recently i started wondering what in creation one would grab in the civil war era to 1880s if the SHTF? I was picturing mason jars of water, surplus knapsacks, bear traps, tents and spare boots. Not sure if this should go in History or here, so i guess here is best bet. Any bushmen out there, throw in your opinions. Feel free to quote marston from reddead.
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Fuck Bocklemodge - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 03:38:58 EST ID:u+574orW No.14275 Ignore Report Reply
>>14273
And yes op is aware thats not civil war stuff
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Phineas Gonnermitch - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 12:44:54 EST ID:62s6RvOq No.14277 Ignore Report Reply
I guess a good utility knife, the Bowie or the Arkansis toothpick would be period.
Tinderbox, canteen, compass, and a shit-ton of pemmican. Blanket, rifle, a fucking horse because fuck walking. Fishing rod.

I'm an Aussie, so, cork hat, billy can, tea, and flour for damper roll.
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Matilda Nummerbanks - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 20:39:45 EST ID:u+574orW No.14278 Ignore Report Reply
>>14273
For sure extra boots/shoes. The "combat boots" back then where lighter weight, but dug into your feet like bitch because they were both the exact(no left or right) same but they have better grip and were maybe easier in the summer. Then riding boots/gaiters because horse. And winter.
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David Cunkinkat - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 03:55:36 EST ID:xwFE3KEm No.14281 Ignore Report Reply
>>14273
They had canteens so no need for the Mason Jar. Definitely thirding the spare boots. Also a vest, a jacket, and an overcoat. Not too much tent so much as a canvass tarpaulin and some wool blankets. Maybe a basic Winchester repeating rifle and a good six shooter as well as seconding the Arkansas toothpick. Maybe a medium sized pan you could use for frying as well as boiling and roasting food and a short enough handle to eat easily with and a ceramic covered tin cup, maybe a fork and spoon. Spare shirts both long and short sleeved and an extra pair of trousers and you're set for years. All you need outside of that is the will to make money and the ability to not get caught and you're set for life.
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Cyril Bripperdale - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 21:33:58 EST ID:u+574orW No.14282 Ignore Report Reply
>>14281
Yes tarp and boots, but definitely mason jars, if not for water, than to can things to keep for longer. Probs some gunpowder too.
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Cyril Bripperdale - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 01:11:46 EST ID:u+574orW No.14283 Ignore Report Reply
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>>14277
>cork hat
I had to know what this looked like. Is this picture a real one? Or have people taken a huge pseudoracial peanutty dump all over the whole concept?
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Molly Clibblekuck - Wed, 03 Feb 2016 08:45:21 EST ID:RFjWum5g No.14284 Ignore Report Reply
>>14283
I have no idea if we ever actually wore those things for realsies, but here's Deadpool wearing one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVj8Pm9JRjI
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Sidney Cramblebork - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 22:26:45 EST ID:u+574orW No.14288 Ignore Report Reply
>>14284
Idc how stupid it will be, im watching that.
Thanks for info, glad an Australian answered and not one of us americans or a brit or something. At least you guys still have slouch hats.
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Walter Munkinville - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 05:55:35 EST ID:u+574orW No.14296 Ignore Report Reply
Leather working tools
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Edwin Civingbanks - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 01:54:15 EST ID:6TI3T6L2 No.14300 Ignore Report Reply
>>14283
i always thought they were worn to keep the bugs away from your face
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Augustus Turveyspear - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 19:27:16 EST ID:u+574orW No.14304 Ignore Report Reply
>>14300
Thats what wiki says but it seems like it would be less annoying to just let the bugs have thier rough sex on your eyes and lips


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