Tag: Tools

Camp knife

I just bought a camp knife that comes with a sheath. The instructions that came with the knife say not to store the knife in the sheath when not in use. Why is this and also how should I store it instead, considering it’s a long sharp blade. submitted by /u/barber_jim_norman [link] […]

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Stone axe head I just finished

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Gerber Strongarm fine edge vs serrated

Which would be better for a survival situation? submitted by /u/choobley [link] [comments]

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How about some DIY action! I cut this from a 3lb axe bit and shaped my own Hudson Bay Trappers axe!!! Living my life with Spinal Cord Injury!!!

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Recommendations: a can opener that works longer than an afternoon

I have purchased 3 different can openers in the last few months, none of them can open a can, at all. I’d have better luck just stabbing at the can. There just isn’t enough grip/depth to the cut, and I end up making a jagged mess. Figured you all may have a go-to that really […]

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I hand forged this bushcraft knife. Made out of carbon steel with a 4″ blade. ~58 HRC hardened and tempered. Handle scales made from a mesquite tree branch. (Sheath purchased separately). Gave the knife to my son for his use as a Boy Scout. Not perfect but also not machine made.

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Straight or Semi Serrated Knives

I'm looking around for my first survival knife and see a decent blend of both straight blades and semi serrated and was wondering peoples experiences. I am currently leaning towards a straight blade because I feel like I would be able to do finesse work easier (like making feather sticks) than with a serrated knife. […]

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World Health Organization Director-General Warns: “This is not a drill…. It’s in our hands.”

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How useful are so called ” survival ” axes/tomahawks/hatchets for the purpose of wilderness survival ?

​ I'm sure that everyone is aware of those types of axes/tomahawks/hatchets that are advertised as particularly suited for the purpose of wilderness survival , however that begs the question of how truthful those types of ads are … After all such brands simply didn't exist in the age of mountain men and yet fellows […]

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Here’s a great tool craft technique. When you need to Sharpen an axe in camp or out in the field. Here how to safely do it without a vice. Abraham Lincoln said: If you give me 6 hours to cut down a tree. I’ll take the first 4, to sharpen the axe. https://youtu.be/iLWsSYaG-cY

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