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Where is the most /out/ place on earth and why is it the Russian Far East (Kamchatka in particular)
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>>1286477
sometimes I dream about homesteading in russia
seems like the only place big enough to really get lost in anymore

pretty sure I would die if I actually tried it though
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>>1286480
anon, ol' lt. colonel putin passed the homstead act 2 years back, stay five years and the hectares are yours
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>>1286482
shit I might have to look into it a bit more
I've been saving for some land here in the states but I might keep saving and use it to go grab some land over there instead
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>>1286483
just use duolingo or something to learn russian, apply for shotgun permit and after 5 years you will have land and can get a rifle permit. Me I dream of enjoying smoked salmon and Kvasheni Ohirky while I play my balalaika under the light of the moon/erupting volcano
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>>1286485
sounds amazing
whats the rule on bows and air rifles?
I got some nice toys and might never need to apply for a powder license
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>>1286487
airguns treated as firearms that require liscense after a certain joule limit, bows not limited at all I think
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>>1286490
I like the bow better anyway
well I know what I'm googling when i get up tomorrow
off to bed for now though (3:51am)
gnight anon
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>>1286490
woah what is that
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>>1286477
Why not just move to Alaska you tards
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>>1286495
M91/30 rebarreled for 410 shotshells
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>most inhospitable=most /out/
why do you tryhards always think that?

>>1286482
>>1286483
>>1286485
unless this is a different homesteading act, it isn't an ongoing free-for-all, there were only 200 permits issued.
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>>1286605
>most inhospitable
that would be chicago or london
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>>1286628
>missing the point of my post
that would be you.
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>>1286635
>n-no u
faggot
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>>1286477
Kentucky, Red River Gorge.
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>>1286648
reminds me of germany
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Kamchatka Isn't unspoiled so much as it's a military exclusion zone in an authoritarian dictatorship. The Canadian territories and interior Alaska are less developed, while at the same time being more accessible by bush plane without travel permits and secret police scrutiny.
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Pacific Northwest including Alaska
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>>1289262
>Kamchatka Isn't unspoiled so much as it's a military exclusion zone in an authoritarian dictatorship
why are you making shit up?
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>>1286477
Central Asia. Case closed.
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>>1289262
>Alaska are less developed,
sad that now they will start drilling there. also you're clearly an anti russia bot so opinion disregarded.
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>>1289622
>Alaska will start oil drilling

Are you 14 or a plain old retard?
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>>1286477
as far as most remote, somewhere in antartica. as far as hardest to get to, the summit of Everest.
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>>1286648
bretty nice, too bad it's a meth ravaged area
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>>1289661
>everest is hardest
lol, no. as long as you have $100k someone will drag you up.
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>>1289652
You seem to be ill informed or a retard yourself. They are going to drill protected areas that have not been spoiled before.
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my favorite place to go /out . one of the few areas that isn't overun with tourists, due to difficulty getting there.
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>>1289665
>drag you up?
>everest
being this /new
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>>1289661
Everest (at least its southeast ridge which incidentally is the route commercial guiding companies tend to climb) is not a particullary difficult climb. Nanga Parbat and K2, to name a few, are considerably more challenging peaks.
>pic related shows Everest's North Col which is generally considered from more strenuous and therefore scaled much less frequently.
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>>1289668
he's right though, retard. the most /out/ place is K2

>>1286605
>>most inhospitable=most /out/
>why do you tryhards always think that?
inhospitable = more unspoiled, brainlet
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>>1289694
>north col
i meant northeast ridge obivously
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>>1289694
So, a place that gets visited by a few hundred people a year isn't considered /out?
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>>1289703
read his comment again; he said that the summit of everest was the hardest place on earth to get to
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>>1286477
The summit of Everest is literally a place where you walk past dead, frozen bodies because it's so /out that if you die there you stay there.
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>>1289696
what's the point of roping up at such an inclination? If he takes a fall he'll inevitably drag the other guy with him.
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>>1289668
Fucking off samefag. It's /out/ btw.
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>>1286477
Alaska and Utah are the best for /out/ earth edition. But I am curious as to what Far East Russia has to offer.
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>>1286482
>One hactar
Give me ten and I'm off to Kamchatka next week
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>>1286482
>lol 1 hectare in Siberia

You get 65 times more in the Yukon.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-farming-landrights-idUSKBN1AA27M
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>>1286497
But that isn't hipster?




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