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UNBOXING 3 Subscriptions: BattlBox, Hunt Vault ELITE, Monthly Knife Club | Outdoor, Hunting Gear

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A triple-unboxing in this video as we look at the latest from BattlBox, Hunt Vault Elite, and Monthly Knife Club. Check out the gear and tell me what you like from these boxes!

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13 thoughts on “UNBOXING 3 Subscriptions: BattlBox, Hunt Vault ELITE, Monthly Knife Club | Outdoor, Hunting Gear

  1. The Kelly Kettle is cool. It boils water real fast. It does take up a good bit of room in your pack. That was the item I was the most interested in.

  2. Love to go camping with ya if u don’t mind massholes? used to go up to the white mountains alout and further north in Maine I luv doing the Sacco river trips in a canoe really fun I would love that coffee ? great video ?✌️.

    1. Ha! I’ve got good people in my life from Mass. Stay tuned – I’d like to do a class this summer.

  3. The Kelly Kettle has been around for a long time. I still have my old one (back then called the Storm Kettle) that I used for my scouts back in the 1980s. I’ve lost the cork stopper for it… I need to see about getting a replacement stopper. This trekker model only holds 17 oz… is that right? I can think of more effective ways to boil 2 cups of water. Still… they are fun to play with. My favorite item that you have shown is that tiny Vaughan hatchet. I have a friend who buys these, and then modifies them, brings them to ultra razor sharpness and brings the entire head to a mirror polish. Makes a great item to hang on the wall.

  4. The Kelly Kettle seems too big and limited for camping… Expensive too… You can get all kinds of cooking kits that will do a lot more for the same size… Like the Ozark Trail 10-Piece cooking kit for $15…

  5. I dig the orange handle knife a lot. Rest of it is nothing to me but I also want to say I dislike the klax. I’ve had a chat with the maker about it and will admit it’s not for me but has a place for some. If I end up with one I told him I would give my honest review of it so maybe at some point I’ll find spare money to spend on reviewing the klax.

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