Sawtooth or cimarron

Whip1

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I am sure this has been beat to death I hunt sw Colorado archery and second rifle. I have the Supertarp with the small Smith stove. Looking at the sawtooth or cimarron for extra room and to accommodate a hunting partner. Seems like the sawtooth is bigger, is the cimarron to small. Will the small Smith cylinder stove be enough for either one. Depending on which way I go.
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William Hanson (live2hunt)

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Yes the cylinder stove should be fine for either. Imo the sawtooth is a far superior design. Sawtooth is a much better use of space and way more bulletproof.

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LBFowler

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I still don't know why these two always get compared, they are completely different tents. Isn't cimarron vs. Tut and Redcliff vs. sawtooth far more apples to apples?
 

William Hanson (live2hunt)

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I still don't know why these two always get compared, they are completely different tents. Isn't cimarron vs. Tut and Redcliff vs. sawtooth far more apples to apples?
Not really. The cimmaron is closer to the tut for sure, but the sawtooth is in a league of it's own and the Redcliffe isn't even close.

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Whip1

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Alright, thanks for the info. I didn't see the red Cliff. I think the sawtooth is for me. If only I could find just the tarp and poles used. It's so damn expensive.
 

dog812

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Live2hunt on this site makes a similar version to the sawtooth for a cheaper price. I think there is a review a couple posts down.
 
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