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Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by Tim_W_alaska, May 23, 2014.

  1. Tim_W_alaska

    Tim_W_alaska New Member eN Team Contributor

    Everyone who has used tarps for anything have at one time or another had to deal with broken or missing grommets.

    I picked up a few of these before last hunting season, and new they would find some use, but they actually found a lot of use following a high wind storm that tore our kitchen area tarp to shreds.

    These things made it extremely easy to get everything tied back down, and very securely as well.

    Very easy to use, these are definitely worth having in your camping or hunting gear. For survival gear, these could be used to turn a survival blanket into a lean to for protection from rain.




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  2. Tim_W_alaska

    Tim_W_alaska New Member eN Team Contributor

    Ok, still working the photo thing. Links work though.
  3. aka fusion

    aka fusion Admin Staff Member eN Team

    Your right. They are a nice bit of extra security for a tarp. I'll have to look out for them.

    As for the images. I'll see if I can edit them

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