I tested some survival gear this week end. We kayaked out to a spot where we had seen big cat tracks. I brought my BOB from the Jeep, and we set camp on a clear spot by the water. I brought my rope tent, a 25ft long spine with six ropes coming off it for sides. I tied it between two trees used metal stakes to hold the six ropes that go through the eyelets on a Camo tarp. Then just a 5x7 space blanket tarp. I stayed warm as toast at 38 degrees. Then we tested the Bivouvak folding pocket cooker from Sportsmans Guide. It unfolded from a VCR size to a nice steel stove. We gathered some straw, and wood and struck the magnesium stick and had fire that cooked some dry soup mixes. Weird noises that night. At day break we fired up the cooker and made some coffee, ate a Cliff Bar and checked the Yo Yo's and we had two catfish. We broke out the ultra lights and caught a blue gill, a bass, and 2 more catfish, we already had dinner. So we took out our Buck Marks, his is a Target, mine a Micro, and proceeded to knock off turtles. My Micro worked great as a small game getter. Put on our BOB's and went hiking. Saw some big cat tracks again. We came back and while the fish were in an earthen bed of coals we had a few beers. The fish turned out great, The Buck Mark Micro Bull is officially part of my BOB.