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Osage River Double Hammock, 400 lbs. Rated, Low-Cost for Camping, Bushcraft, Bug Out Bags, Survival

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The Osage River Double Hammock is new to me, as is hammock camping, but I really like it. Comfortable and low-cost (compared to a lot of other hammock companies out there). And the fact that it comes with the hardware (carabiners, rope) is a bonus for sure – check it out!

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9 thoughts on “Osage River Double Hammock, 400 lbs. Rated, Low-Cost for Camping, Bushcraft, Bug Out Bags, Survival

  1. I have the Kroex Sports Double Camping Hammock with Tree Straps (Amazon).
    It was $50 and the 9′ tree straps are a huge step-up from the cord-style
    straps. Much easier to attach/adjust. Just FYI.

  2. Awesome video! I’ve been looking for a quality, budget hammock. Also, could
    you put into the works a new updated hurricane bag? With Hurricane Matthew
    rolling in right now I think it would be a very relevant thing. I am
    wanting to make one but am lost on some of the items.

    1. +EverydayTacticalVids I won’t be affected but I am in Florida, so
      hurricanes are a concern for me. Thank you, Tim!

  3. Please post warning to look out for widow makers . I know it should be
    obvious, but not to everyone. Thank you for the video.

  4. I have just started testing hammock setups.
    Never used them before.
    I have found that 5/6 inches short of taught works for me.

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