Question about Remington Sport & Outdoor - Others
Well, without a brand and year, it will be hard to figure out exactly. Here are some basics.
First thing, peg the tent down. (At leat the corners)
Next, locate the two longest poles. These are usually fit through a sleeve in the roof of the tent and attached in the corners via pegs or inserted into a pin. Put one corner in, then go to the other side and slide/bend the pole until it fits into the corner. Let it flop on the ground. Do the same for the other corner and the tent should be standing.
Next, if there are other poles, they could be for the front entrance or to support the rain guard. Look for peg holes or pins to place the poles into and that should give you an idea. (Also look up your model on the internet to give you an idea how it looks.)
Depending on where you are camping, you may not need the rain cover. It goes over the top and probably bungies into the peg holes.
Hopefully this will get you started. good luck. Alley
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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