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  1. Thread: Tomahawks

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    Tomahawks

    My take on forged tomahawks. Just finished these up this week. I really like how the little one turned out. 2.5" cutting edge and under half a pound for weight. I havent tried throwing them yet....
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    http://store.sundancesolar.com/sospliposiso.html

    http://store.sundancesolar.com/sospliposiso.html
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    Minus the makeing it into turpentine part of...

    Minus the makeing it into turpentine part of course.
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    I had more in mind actually tapping a pine tree...

    I had more in mind actually tapping a pine tree to have liquid resin to mix with cattail fluff and a cotton ball and petro jelly substitute.
    http://www.wikihow.com/Tap-a-Pine-Tree
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    Right, yea Ive tried dryer fluff too without much...

    Right, yea Ive tried dryer fluff too without much luch. I would imagine it depends on what materials are in it.
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    Random Thoughts on Crayfish

    There seems to be so much contradictory information on eating crayfish out there. A lot of people say to purge them for an extended period of time. Some people eat them fresh. Anyone has any...
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    Home Made Tinders

    Lately I've been feeling a little guilty about carrying a tin full of petroleum soaked cotton balls. I wonder if anyone has tried tapping a spruce tree for resin to mix with cattail fluff.

    Any...
  8. Thread: Pine cones

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    Great tip. I knew they worked for tinder. The...

    Great tip. I knew they worked for tinder. The mosquitos around here bite through clothes and drink bug spray for breakfast.
  9. Thread: Hiya

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    Welcome to the forum Al. :campfire:

    Welcome to the forum Al. :campfire:
  10. Thread: New on here

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    Hi Andy. :camping:

    Hi Andy. :camping:
  11. Thanks jus.

    Thanks jus.
  12. Andy T can you post your source? All Ive been...

    Andy T can you post your source? All Ive been able to find is Honey stoves for 38GBP. Seems pricey.
  13. Im going to have to grab one of those to add to...

    Im going to have to grab one of those to add to my kit. I saw them when they first came out and they didnt look that great.
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    Yea he used to be on here on Saturday mornings I...

    Yea he used to be on here on Saturday mornings I think on the CBC. Was the only thing worth watching in those days. Its funny how things get repeated like him bagging up the tree for water and...
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    Goofy hat and short shorts but he pulled it off.

    Goofy hat and short shorts but he pulled it off.
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    Is that with Les too? I'll have to keep an eye...

    Is that with Les too? I'll have to keep an eye out for that one.
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    Yea I forget how old he is now. He did a few...

    Yea I forget how old he is now. He did a few shows recently with Ray Mears. Still looks almost the same though. That must have been 20 years before the whole bushcraft craze was even known in...
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    Buch Tucker Man

    Anyone else grow up watching Les Hiddins? He always seemed to have the best job cataloqing wild foods just bumming around with low tech gear and permission to go anywere. And there all on youtube.
  19. Thread: Batonning

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    Different strokes for different folks.

    Different strokes for different folks.
  20. Thread: Batonning

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    I do entirely stick tang knives. I used to make...

    I do entirely stick tang knives. I used to make my own blades but latey Ive just been buying blanks. With family and work obligations time seems to be at a premium lately. Batoning and full tang...
  21. Thread: Batonning

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    It always worries me that metal fatigue and...

    It always worries me that metal fatigue and stress will build up unnoticed and break at a really unconvenient time. Probably just me. Could and should are two different things.
  22. Thread: Batonning

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    I suppose if you had a small knife you could just...

    I suppose if you had a small knife you could just start the split with your knife, tap the wedge in and then pound it with an improvised maul to split it. Maybe save beating up your knife so much.
  23. The govewrnment here recomends being prepared for...

    The govewrnment here recomends being prepared for a 72 hour emergency. Although suggestions leave a little to be desired. House camping is tricky, depending. My family and I have gotten snowed in...
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    I agree with J_P. Get a D4 or credit card sized...

    I agree with J_P. Get a D4 or credit card sized diamond sharpener to put in your wallet. Theres so many small backup sharpeners that work a lot better than rocks. Preparation is a big part of the...
  25. Theres certain things I never leave home without....

    Theres certain things I never leave home without. My Maxpedition mini pocket organizer with pens, diamond sharpener, lighter, ferro rod, SOG Access Card 2.0, cell phone. Then loose in my pockets...
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