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    Same quality, same manufacturer, MoraKniv is...

    Same quality, same manufacturer,
    MoraKniv is just part of the new Mora image and as I'm sure you can work out merely means Mora Knife.
    How do I know this?
    I sell them here in South Africa, Old and...
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    Errrrrr, Seeing as the floor plate is well...

    Errrrrr,
    Seeing as the floor plate is well vented, why not just raise it off the ground using whatever suitable rocks or even stout branches are available around you, when you want to light up for a...
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    http://www.potjiekosworld.com/general/how-to-break...

    http://www.potjiekosworld.com/general/how-to-break-in-your-potjie-pot/
    From the land of Potjies & Dutch ovens etc.
    Read the above link, it's all you have to do period!
    Believe me thousands of...
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    Please read carefully! It says its primary...

    Please read carefully!
    It says its primary function is a charcoal rack.
    Not really suited to roaring log fires, which in the long term will definitely soften the wire and introduce failure.
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    Here's some dope you may or may not know:...

    Here's some dope you may or may not know:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porcupine
    The one you photographed looks positively furry compared to African Porcupines!
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    Weapons, spent a lot of time in the lateral well...

    Weapons, spent a lot of time in the lateral well (not the most comfortable of places)
    send me a PM and we can chat some more, our colleagues on this site will find most of this confusing to say the...
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    So Boet a chance to chat again! When were you in...

    So Boet a chance to chat again!
    When were you in Simonstown?
    Only I spent four years there fixing the big guns on surface craft, before transferring to subs!
    Nigel.
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    Welcome "Boet" from a bushcrafter in Cape Town....

    Welcome "Boet" from a bushcrafter in Cape Town.
    1095 carbon steel is sound for a quality knife, easily kept sharp, from the pic's it looks sturdy enough to baton wood etc.
    Schrade have a good long...
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    Could be a story of two different realities/...

    Could be a story of two different realities/ different dimensions in time, only it appears that a big chunk of land has sprung out of the sea since the early 1970's, assuming the post is still in the...
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    Your blood is too sweet, eat garlic lots of it!...

    Your blood is too sweet, eat garlic lots of it!
    Then the flies won't come near you, nor will the missus or anybody else for that matter!
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    Sounds like you are enjoying some nice summer...

    Sounds like you are enjoying some nice summer days there!
    It's blooming cold here in Cape Town, 24 degrees centigrade with weak winter sunshine, we could use some of your temperatures right now!...
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    [QUOTE=craftybushman;128265]13247132481324913250...

    [QUOTE=craftybushman;128265]13247132481324913250
    I just thought i'd show this . This is my first ever calved spoon, not sure what wood it is just picked it up whilst wandering in the woods i just...
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    All very technical stuff Chubbs and the guys have...

    All very technical stuff Chubbs and the guys have lot's of suggestions for you!
    Aren't you forgetting the most basic TV of all?
    Here in SA we go out into the bush and light a fire and Voila!
    The...
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    At last! Sitting here in South Africa, reading...

    At last!
    Sitting here in South Africa, reading all this I was beginning to wonder if there was anybody sane enough to mention the above.
    Having seen some of the first series and trailers for the...
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    Sorry Mr Fishy Folk, but your talking of things...

    Sorry Mr Fishy Folk, but your talking of things past, look at the Mora website, then look under outdoor knives, then Companion MG 860 (SS) you will see an X-ray drawing which shows the hilt extending...
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    The reality of it is, providing the gate is...

    The reality of it is, providing the gate is functional and the fence is sound, I don't think the horses care how it looks!
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    Portsmouth Harbour has long had mackerel,as a...

    Portsmouth Harbour has long had mackerel,as a Dockyard apprentice (back in the day) we would hasten to any large naval vessel tied up alongside, they always had some auxilary engine or other running,...
  18. Funnily enough you might try the odd spot/area...

    Funnily enough you might try the odd spot/area with some Coca Cola, the phosphoric acid in coke works wonders on rust, then dry off, wire brush and my old mum used to make me buff up the grate with...
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    You realise of course all your fellow...

    You realise of course all your fellow bushcrafters will be totally flumexed by the fact you have a "boet" who's also a "China", my maat!
    I'm out in Durbanville and I've yet to come across a house...
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    Sorry Bernie, we are entering Autumn/Winter here...

    Sorry Bernie, we are entering Autumn/Winter here in SA, however for you guys inthe Northern hemisphere:

    Spring is sprung the grass is ris,
    I wonder where the Birdies is,
    the birds is on the...
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    Blame your American Cousins, or their weather at...

    Blame your American Cousins, or their weather at least, turns out the extraordinary cold winter air they are experiencing is meeting the warm air from the tropics and is being shunted towards you by...
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    Fraser this is a good bit of kit mate, so much...

    Fraser this is a good bit of kit mate, so much so, I brought one out to South Africa when I was importing some other gear, it becomes the centre piece of your camp when you have all the bells and...
  23. Glad you had a great Father & son outing Bernie,...

    Glad you had a great Father & son outing Bernie, but what has the UK done to you?
    We are still drinking Cabernet Sauvignon out here in SA!
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    Glad you enjoyed the fishing at my old home town...

    Glad you enjoyed the fishing at my old home town (born & bred "turk towner") when I was a lad there was no pier there, but we used to take are lives in our hands and trudge across the Mud flats on...
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    I left the UK in 1974 and remember Jack...

    I left the UK in 1974 and remember Jack Hargreaves from the TV programme Out of Town from the mid sixties, he was a crack shot with a shot gun and was a very good fisherman, ferrets often featured on...
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