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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Heavy Cover Ti Giveaway and Review

After 4 months of hard use I am ready to tell you folks what I think of the Heavy Cover Titanium canteen and mess kit. It is freaking awesome!!! This piece of gear is light weight and very tough. It is .5 mil thick. That is a full .1 thicker that most of the other Ti cookware out there. Chris, the owner of Heavy Cover, told me the prototype was .4 mil. He said it felt flimsy. So instead of calling it good enough he had them made thicker.
 The standard kit comes with the canteen, cup, and lid. The standard cap for the canteen is the same pattern as the Klean Kanteen lids. For a few more bucks you can upgrade to a Ti lid. The base price is about $143.00. I know it is expensive, but life is short.





This is what you will be getting if you win the giveaway.



 Mine does not look like this anymore. I have baked, boiled, and used the crap out of this thing. The lid held up great even with a fire built on top of it.


I used the cup and lid to bake and heated water in the canteen many times.



it worked equally as well for heating water on my homemade wood burning tent stove.



The cup worked great on the fire. The Titanium seems to transfer heat a lot faster than other metals.



This is a little peach cobbler that I made, came out great.



I have posted this a few times but baking in this set is works great.




The kit also saw some use on my new MSR stove.


I carried this set with me in my kit bag. It worked great.



  I would like to thanks Chris for sending me this an trusting me to do an honest review. It is a must have for people who love outdoor gear.


To enter the giveaway just post a comment on this blog. If you are a veteran say so and I will assign you 2 entries. If you are active duty, say so, and I will assign you 3 entries.

228 comments:

  1. If it survives you using it, no way I'll break it. Nice piece of kit.

    -Adam from BCUSA

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  2. I love seeing vets being successful after returning to civilian life. I'm not a vet. Couldn't pass the physical due to high school football injury. So I support and honor them. By the way- go see Lone Survivor everyone. Almost as good as the book which was extraordinary.
    Thank you Terry for all you do for the Bushcraft community and for your service.

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  3. Great piece of gear. Looks like it would hold up to about anything.

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  4. I've wanted this kit for a very long time! I hope I win and will most likely buy one if not ;) Great piece of gear! -Ben +LIVINGSURVIVAL

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  5. Thanks for the review, Terry! Looks woodsman solid and I loved seeing the dutch oven trick!

    -RipVanArkie

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  6. Awesome review. Really appreciate you doing these.

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  7. Great review Terry! I love nice gear, but I find more joy in getting out and using it! I am an 11 veteran, USN helicopter pilot. I really enjoy watching your videos and plan on taking the Bushclass course at BushcraftUSA. I have become pretty darn good at building fire from watching and practising what you preach. I am now working on my knife sharpening skills... Keep up the good work!

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  8. Awesome kit there. Love peach cobbler.

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  9. Great review, very thorough as always! I am currently active duty Air Force.

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  10. Wow, Great review. Glad to see that it can stand up to the heavy use.

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  11. Great review of a hell of a piece of gear. The muffin baking was inspiring. Count me in, once.
    Nate

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  12. Very awesome peice of gear, gotta love Ti stuff. I am a US Army Infantry veteran 1-87/Bco!
    -AlexBravo

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  13. Looks like a solid piece of gear, I'm finding more and more that I prefer my Ti gear. Thanks.

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  14. I am so in on this one. That would have been light years better than the plastic GI issued canteens (USMC infantry veteran), and even better than the old favorite stainless canteen set.

    -4ager

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  15. I would like to throw my hat in the ring for this awesome piece of gear. I am not a veteran. Would buy one but its too pricey on a cops salary ;-)

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  16. Awesome piece of kit...love the peach cobbler!! U.S. Coast Guard ATON veteran.

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  17. This is an awesome piece of gear...
    US NAVY vet..
    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  18. Love the widemouth feature on the canteen. Have two SS Heavy Lid Covers from the company and they are great. Expect the same from the Titanium kit. Great prize!!!

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  19. Spectacular review, esp all the real uses in the outdoors.
    Howie (BCUSA) RET USAF RED HORSE!

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  20. Price is hefty, but if it can survive a kick it's got to be good.

    USAF Vet 2003-2013

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  21. Awesome piece of gear. Very generous giveaway. Definitely an upgrade form the old plastic canteen. Former Marine, Infantry.

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  22. I love the way you used the foil in the cup when baking. Blew my mind it was so simple with an easy clean up. I'm learning a lot from you.

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  23. Terry, great job on the reviews. This appears to be very good gear. I may even buy one myself someday. That said, don't include me in the drawing. Oh, I'd love to have it, but I'd rather see it go to a vet or member of our active duty military. As an American, I am proud of what they do, day in and day out. So, give it to one of them. Besides, the maker is a vet, so its only right.

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  24. Great looking mess kit. I like the looks of it.

    Army Vet 2000-2006

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  25. Good review on this bit of kit! Thanks for the opportunity in the give-away. I'd love to see how this compares with the stainless canteen set from the Pathfinder School.
    ~Steve.

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  26. Great review and thanks for the giveaway.
    Army 03-06

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  27. Nice review, T...only other thing to try is to give it a load of 00 buck to see what it's made of...lol.

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  28. Thanks, Terry. This set is clearly bulletproof.

    I'm a midshipman, not a veteran or active duty service member yet, but I am committed to service!

    -Kody (a.k.a. PiperCub49)

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  29. Sweet looking canteen! Way out of my league, so thanks for the chance to win one.

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  30. Great review. Looks like this thing went through the ringer and won't quit any time soon. The generous giveaway opportunity is definitely appreciated.
    US Army Active Duty. SGT

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  31. Great review, looks like fun and a useful kit

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  32. Great review, proven design possibly overlooked by the whiz-bang crew, but has been in service for decades. I enjoyed the videos, thanks.
    Donk.

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  33. Im in for a shot at it! Thanks Terry.~~~OLJ

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  34. Great review...glad to see that it will fit in the traditional carrier...

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  35. Thanks for the opportunity and as usual great review, I'm in for a chance.

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  36. Another great review Terry! Thanks. I am going to look into getting one.

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  37. Terry great review!
    Was eyeing this piece of gear when it first come out, however still content with my canteenstore setup. Do you happen to know if the Heavy Duty will nest in the canteen stove? Thanks.

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  38. Great review Terry. Looks like a strong piece of gear. I'm in and thanks for the chance!

    USAF 1982-1988

    Scott

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  39. Looks like a great cook set, light and tough!

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  40. Thats awesome Terry! I be active duty and id be sure to knock the rest of the shine left over on it if I win. Thanks man!

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  41. Terry,
    First thing, I can count on one hand the number of men that I implicitly trust their woodsman's opinions essentially with my life to as well as the quality of my outdoor experiences without having ever met them. Like I hope I am for this giveaway, you're right in there my good sir. Thanks for sharing all your knowledge in the past, present and future and I appreciate the chance. Former USAF A1C (Pilsburythrowboy12 - bcusa)

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  42. Great review! I'v checked out a few other reviews and every one loves it. I hope to get one. Thanks for the chance to get one.

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  43. Awesome piece of kit. I could definitely use this on my long hikes when i go out for weeks at a time in the summer. Great review on here and youtube.

    Disabled Army Veteran Retired here... count me in on the contest :)

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    1. FixedbyDoc from youtube here...

      Awesome piece of kit. I could definitely use this on my long hikes when i go out for weeks at a time in the summer. Great review on here and youtube.

      Disabled Army Veteran Retired here... count me in on the contest :)

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  44. Nice looking kit. Tough, compact, and versatile. FMR Navy.

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  45. Great review and great piece of kit! I've enjoyed watching the series of videos you have used it in.

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  46. Nice looking kit Terry. Thanks, Tennecedar.

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  47. Thanks for the great review, first time entering something like this.

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  48. I'm in. It was one of your earlier videos that made me want to get a canteen/canteen cup set in the first place. Awesome giveaway. Thanks!

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  49. I'm in. Awesome kit would love to pass it down to my children.

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  50. Thanks for the review. I'd love to have this to pass down to the kids or grandkids. Keep up the great work.

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  51. Looks like I need to start saving for a cool mess kit. Thanks for the review.

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  52. I just commissioned into the Army Reserves last year. I guess still have a long way to go until I become a veteran! haha Great review. I'm in!

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  53. Wonderful set of gear. Always like gear that's made to last so I can pass down to my son when he grows up.
    I'm def. in! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  54. I would like to throw my name in the hat, not a vet just a normal guy.

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  55. That is a nice looking set. I like how the USGI style canteens carry, they really fit my hip much better than a round canteen. Very nice give away.

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  56. Saw this on BCUSA great review and bit of kit. USN 1984 - 2004. I'm in. Thanks for sharing so much info

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  57. That is a great set, and great review. I would like to put my name if for this, US army vet.
    thanks scott
    Bushcraftusa northwest woodsman

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  58. Tough looking kit. I'd like to try this set. Active duty Army Veteran. redneck17 from Bushcraftusa

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  59. Great review, i love the lightness of titanium.

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  60. Awesome review. I want in the giveaway please. Thanks!

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  61. Awesome review. I don't usually enter give aways as I have most everything I need but this is one piece of gear I would use a lot. Thanks for the opportunity. Former Army grunt here.

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  62. Honest review was great. Titanium is pretty indestructible and light. Your drill sergeant would not have dented this model if he kicked it....I'm sure.

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  63. I'm in. Another generous opportunity from you and Chris. Thank you both very much!

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  64. Thanks to both of you for the gear and the review of it. I'd like to be considered 'in' for a chance at having my very own Titanium football please.

    captbrian - BCUSA

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  65. Looks like a nice piece of gear, quite unlike what we use over here as standard issue. Would love to be a part of the give-away, if for US only that's fine too. Cheers from over seas. (Active duty Swedish Airforce)

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  66. would love to enter this contest, looking foreward to winning the mess kit...

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  67. good as always on the review Terry....rusty stove- bcusa USARNG vet

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  68. Please count me in on the giveaway and thanks!

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  69. A great review, for sure. I think I could expand my camp cooking if I had on of these! Please consider me for the giveaway. Thanks!

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  70. That's a great kit man. I'm impressed with how much it can do

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  71. Would love to win this great Heavy Cover Ti canteen mess kit.

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  72. I saw this through the Heavy Cover FB page before BCUSA, which is surprising. Thanks for taking the time to beat on the set. Also, thanks for the chance. I've been eyeing this piece of kit since it first started.

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  73. Great review, love my titanium gear. Would love to win this.

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  74. Awesome review as usual! Count me in!

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  75. I like that you can put the coals on top of the lid. Looks like you had fun testing this product. Thanks for doing the review. I'm sold.

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  76. Count me in…thank you and great review!

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  77. Thanks for the review Terry. I count on your input @ BCUSA and YouTube and consider your experience to be a great resource. Please count me if for this give-away, as its likely the only way I could ever afford to obtain this fine gear! -Fat Old Man

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  78. Looks tough I'm in Brer Rabbit @ BCUSA

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  79. Great Review, Thanks for your true torture field tests

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  80. Looks very solid! It must be if Terry speaks so highly of it!
    BTW Terry I'm an Army vet. here. Count me in.

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  81. Hoping to win the Heavy Cover!! :-) Capone79 @ BCUSA

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  82. Ever come across a piece of gear that you want so bad it makes your stomach growl like if you're hungry? (maybe im just actually hungry haha) anyways looks like a great piece of kit that would last a lifetime and then some!

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  83. This maybe the best give away I've seen. Here's to hoping and thanks for the opportunity.
    Rick
    N of SE @ BCUSA

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  84. I'd love to upgrade my plastic canteen with this one. Great channel BTW.

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  85. Great review of the Ti setup. Thanks. Love the youtube channel. Any IA outdoors channel peaks my interest. I'm in Michigan now, but family is still in Poky, Carroll and Sac City. I have my old 1980s issue Canteen, Cup and Cooker on my LBE setup, I'm already liking the titanium kit though!
    US Army Vet, SFC Ret 1976-1997.

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  86. Great kit, especially when you're out in the bush and forgot to take your football with you ;-)
    Andreas

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  87. Awesome review, been looking at them for awhile. Thanks for the chance
    Tnev123@bcusa

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  88. Please count me in. Thank you for everything you do and thank you to all the veterans (past, present, and future)

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  89. Great giveaway, Terry! I'm in and a vet too.

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  90. Thanks for the great review! Chet P.

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  91. Nice piece of gear, would love to own a set to use. Use mine so much while I was in the Army, even shaved out ot my cup after heating the water.
    SamD

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  92. Great product and a very good review, I love watching your video's been a subscriber from you first video keep them coming. Thanks
    Dave

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  93. Terry
    I really appreciate your honest gear reviews. It makes buying gear a lot easier. Id love the Ti mess kit.

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  94. light and tight, the way i like cook kits. I'm In. actively serving.

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  95. Thanks for an awesome review, IA! Been a long time subscriber to your channel and BCUSA posts. I can always be sure that if you give a piece of gear the thumbs up, it's good to go. Thanks again!

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  96. I would rather a veteran or active duty service-person win, but THAT'S NICE! Put me in! Thanks for all you do, Terry! You are truly a gift to me and my family!

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  97. Great Review. Seems like these are the real deal. I wish I could afford one. Thank you also for all your lessons as I have been benefiting from them over the winter greatly.

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  98. Another great review.
    Looks like a great piece of kit.
    thanks.
    Navy Vet

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  99. I am in. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  100. Awesome Review on an Awesome piece of Kit! Thanks to you and Chris from Heavy Cover for the chance to win this! Very Cool of you gentlemen! Good Luck to everyone on this!

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  101. Great review! I will be looking into these! Nice to see a review of a product that has actually been used!

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  102. this looks bomb proof piece of gear i would love to have one...

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  103. Entry for the Ti Canteen and Cup kit w/lid

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  104. Certainly a unique titanium set. Great review

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  106. IA Woodsman, I am a 22 year veteran and this is my second entry for the Canteen kit, Thanks for great chances like this and your contribution to outdoor skills

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  107. Great Review man that is a sweet piece of kit, I am in for this giveaway, would love to support a veteran and a fellow Minnesotan! buterpeller@bcusa.

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  108. Looks like an awesome piece of kit.
    Vet 1980-86

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  109. Very nice review,great piece of kit!

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  110. Very cool review. Pricey, but seems worth it. In for the giveaway, active duty. BigHat on BCUSA

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  111. great review keep them coming!
    thanks or the chance to win what looks like a great product.

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  112. Awesome review and giveaway. Not in hoping it goes to someone active duty.

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  113. I'm in for sure on this one. I've been thinking about picking one up since I first heard about them. If I don't win, I'll likely have to sell some gear to pony up the cost on one.
    gdpolk on BCUSA. Thanks!

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  114. Terry thanks for another good review. When I can't get my regular fix of dirt time, I always use your videos to combat the withdrawal symptoms. I never win anything but I'm feeling lucky! Great job, I'll be watching my mailbox...

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  115. Thanks for such a great giveaway! Although I really want it, I hope an active duty soldier wins!

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  116. Sweet review Terry! Love your videos! Great job on the review and giveaway. Hope an Active Duty or a Vet gets it! Live here in town with ya. I own several Mora knives now because of your recommendations. Used to run Eddys. Take care!!

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  117. Great review! Would love to have this sir! AF vet here.

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  118. I'm in. Retired Army. Viet Nam 65/66.

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  119. Fantastic review Terry, thank you! Great GAW too, and heck, I'd take the used stuff over the new even. :)

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  120. Good review. I just checked out Heavy Cover's website, first time seeing it. Looks like they have a pretty good variety of stuff on there.

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  121. Looks like a lightweight and versatile setup. Of course anything is lightweight compared to the Guyot bottle I've been using. Thanks for the give away!

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  122. nice review, titanium would be great to test out, too pricey for me but would love to try it out. Thanks for the opportunity to try. Thanks USN 86-92 gulf war vet nothing like sand and oil

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  123. Awesome review. Thanks man I'm in.

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  125. Great looking Kit Terry! Thanks for the review!

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  126. Looks like a tough piece of gear! Enjoyed the review. Marine Corps veteran Weapons Co. 3/5. GET SOME!

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  127. If it holds up to the abuse that you put it through it must be good

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  128. look like an awesome piece of gear. Active duty Air force in the frozen north.

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  129. Great review, good looking product. It certainly looks like you gave it some good use! thanks for the comp!

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  130. Great review. Just might have to invest in one IF I don't win ;-)

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  131. Great review and a tough piece of kit. Looks like more $s I'm going to have to invest in!
    MysticFlight on BCUSA

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  132. Great review. I really enjoy your videos. Former Army Paratrooper (1/501 PIR).

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  133. Great Review, 82nd Airborne vet here, 3/73AR!

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  134. I hate pulling the "but I'm a vet!" card, but i REALLY want this kit.

    USN OTA3 94-97

    love your videos too.

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  135. I would really like to win this kit. It looks like it would be awesome.

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  136. Looks like an amazing kit! I'm in Canada, though, and not sure if you'd want to send it across the border. I'll be ordering one either way after seeing that video!

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  137. I love titanium gear but this is out of my price range ... hence posting an optimistic comment here ;)

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  138. "I didn't just make coffee in this" - lol That's how you really test equipment.

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  139. Nice review! looking forward to more blog posts.

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  140. As always, a concise and thoughtful review. As I mentioned in a previous post on your forum, I've been impressed with HC customer service and the crusader cup lid I bought. Please count me in for the give away. Love to put that set through the wringer up here in Canada :)

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  142. Nice kit - and I'm also a veteran

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  143. Great product, my fingers are crossed!

    HighOutdoors on BCUSA

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  144. great kit will work nice north of spokane

    and yes army MP 88-93

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  145. Nice looking bit of kit. Count me in and thanks for the opportunity.

    `Knightmixer on those You Tubes.

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  146. Very nice gear, looks rugged. I was a Marine in 1970, when I got out I joined the Coast Guard and retired, I loved the Coast Guard but ill always be a Marine.
    lindarustymerritt@yahoo.com

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  147. Man I would LOVE to win that kit!!!

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  148. Good looking gear, That's what I'm looking for. good review as always!!

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  149. I'm not a veteran, but am thankful for all of ya'll who served, including my Uncle Tony, and my brother Will who is going to the Air Force in about 3 weeks. I could certainly put some miles on the canteen kit here in the Wisconsin woods!

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  150. Nice kit! I am a veteran (U.S. Army, 1966-1969).

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  151. Nice, gear, and thanks for the review, that looks like an excellent kit. I know if my entry wins I will put it through its paces. I am a veteran of the USN, 1988-1995. Thanks for the chance.

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  152. Count me in this kit looks awesome! I am currently active USN. Thanks so much for the chance.

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  153. Looks like a great piece of kit. USMC Vet

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  154. Thank you for the excellent review. USMC Vet

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  155. That was one helluva kick! Great review. I'm in and good luck all! :)

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  156. Loving the site Terry, been looking at it ever since you posted your first review.. Please god consider me in on this beautiful set that would last a lifetime.. doing a shaman dance tonight to bring luck my way.

    Regardless, awesome review and hell of generous fella ;) BCUSA - Exy.

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  157. Looks like a good cookset. I am a veteran. Not of any wars, but I was in the Army for four years.

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  158. That looks like an awesome piece of gear, would love to be added in on the giveaway.

    Thanks
    SouthwestSurvivalist

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  159. I am not a veteran but I am an avid outdoorsman and would love to be entered to win some quality gear.

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  160. Great review on a great piece of gear.

    Marine Vet. Ooh Rah!

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  161. Really like that Ti set Terry and great review. I'm a vet also active Army and National Guard.

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  162. I saw this on blade forums, id like to enter the giveaway and then read the rest of your blog!!

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  163. very generous giveaway! count me in please. :)

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  164. Titanium is the best of all worlds, light and tough, great heat transfer.
    Can't wait to see more reviews!

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  165. heck yeah I'm in and I am an Army vet.
    Good luck with Monkey Stomp!

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  166. I saw this on Blade forums and just had to enter. Whoever wins this is one lucky individual. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

    Keep up the good work with the tips, tricks and gear reviews. I really enjoy watching your videos and reading your post. Your no BS style is refreshing compared to some of the other "gear reviewers".

    Have fun and be safe.

    Jeremy

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  167. Looks like an awesome product! Count me in. I was a U.S. Army paratrooper for 3 years. Airborne!

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  168. Looks great! I am a veteran (Marines), and am quite fond of the canteen cup design. Titanium just makes it better! Thanks for the chance.

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  169. Looks like a nice addition to any kit. Active Duty (USAF) going on 18 yrs now...no Chair Force jokes! :) Good luck to all and whoever gets it should definitely post some follow up video on it.

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  171. That would definitely come in handy! Active Duty USAF

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  172. Great review on a nice piece of gear.

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  173. Thanks for doing these reviews and starting up the giveaways. You're one of the most practical, no-bullshit people on Youtube doing this kind of thing. Keep it up, you have lifetime subscriber here, buddy.

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  174. I am an Air Force Vet. and would like to enter your TI cook set giveaway my youtube user name is BBeemer1121

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  175. Awesome review thank you for taking the time to do this. I have been looking at these for a few weeks seems awesome thank you

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  176. Thank you for a great review. I've been hoping someone would create a set like this for years, but fearful of the quality it might have. It's fantastic to know that HC has pulled this off with expertise and quality.

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  177. Awesome review. Looks like it was combat tested. Veteran. Irag 05-07,08-09. A Co 1-5 Inf.

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