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How did, tents, toilets, water and showers work this year.

Good, better than last year.
44
45%
Good, but worse than last year.
26
27%
It did not work good.
28
29%
 
Total votes: 98

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Post by Brujo » 05 Jul 2012, 18:46

wormbyte wrote:but that was oonly because arse was chaffing and it needed to get it under control. :oops:
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Post by wormbyte » 05 Jul 2012, 18:50

I just thought I should share that with you guys hehehe
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Post by jayod30 » 05 Jul 2012, 20:04

wormbyte wrote:I just thought I should share that with you guys hehehe
Please, think again next time haha + baby wipes work a treat for this, trust me :D

Tents: Soon as the rain came they failed miserably, I don't care how milsim some peeps wanna be, when I sleep, I wanna be dry, simple.

Toilets: I found the toilets ok bar the fact they weren't changed everyday, one warm day I was gagging in the fucking thing the pong was rising that bad. Between NAF and Zansian base they most definitely should have been changed EVERY DAY.

Water: No complaints

Kiosk: One day they ran out of bread and ham for toasties, got mine in a burger bun, no ham, still charged full price, wtf was that about :? Girls were top notch though and burgers were deadly. McDonalds??? Sorry, its the Berget Burger for me anytime!!! :wink:

Showers Didn't bother, baby wipes done the trick
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Post by DutchWolf » 09 Jul 2012, 23:23

Water: Great, no problem.

Toilets: At one point they smelled like shit (duh), but no really they should've been emptied maybe once extra.

Showers: Only used them on the last day in Safe Zone, no complaints there but then this isn't a mayor issue for me as I'm totally cool with not showering till I get back to the hotel in Stockholm.

Kiosk: Alright I supposse but seriously overprice. Also, where was the pizza delivery service?

Tents: Awesome, untill the storm....our tent completely collapsed. But then that was serious sh** weather.
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Post by Coffe » 10 Jul 2012, 03:51

jayod30 wrote:I don't care how milsim some peeps wanna be, when I sleep, I wanna be dry, simple.
It's not really milsim to sleep in cold and wet enviroments anyway. Any person educated in basic survival knows the importance of keeping yourself dry and warm in a survival-situation (as many military operations can be).

Falling asleep on wet ground (or a leaking tent floor) and when temperarure has dropped with inadequate rain shelter and no fire to warm you can be potentially fatal to both civilian and military alike.

With this in mind I'd say that it's more milsim to insure that you're warm and dry when sleeping than the other way around. :)

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Post by jdoe » 10 Jul 2012, 11:56

Coffe wrote: With this in mind I'd say that it's more milsim to insure that you're warm and dry when sleeping than the other way around. :)
A small correction in definition; it is MilSim, if you have to take care of that yourself, it is not MilSim, if it is provided for you.

At least that is how I see it.
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Post by Crapgame » 10 Jul 2012, 13:02

+1
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Post by freno » 11 Jul 2012, 01:46

+1

We buy gears for at least +500€, why not buy GORETEX???
Ofcourse, there is cheaper versions of raindresses also...
A big tarp for 10€ and a shovel... That will do it!!
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