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    hello,
    Awesome food tongs.. keep em coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehecatl View Post
    ..slightly longer handles and they'd be great for turning sausages in the frying pan.

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    In the event an eyelet had pulled out of your tarp, you could grip the tarp with the pliers and tie the handles together and then you'd have somewhere to tie off from.
    "If you were to ask me what I consider to be my finest achievement, I could answer the question without hesitation: teaching." ~ Raymond Blanc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehecatl View Post
    In the event an eyelet had pulled out of your tarp, you could grip the tarp with the pliers and tie the handles together and then you'd have somewhere to tie off from.
    Another brilliant idea...

    It's funny how these simple things really get folks imagination going...

    Keep em coming

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    removing a hook from a fish when fishing?

    replacing hot coals on the fire.

    Removing spiders from your sleeping bag
    If there are no women around and a man says something, is he still wrong?

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    hello,
    Aye fire tongs.. I was thinking clothes pegs holding the end closed with rubber bands for a more secure grip. OMG.. if you require those for removing spiders from your doss bag gulp.. I'd be thinking about moving camp altogether. LOL
    Regards
    David

    Quote Originally Posted by Thumbcrusher View Post
    removing a hook from a fish when fishing?

    replacing hot coals on the fire.

    Removing spiders from your sleeping bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_JAFO View Post
    hello,
    Aye fire tongs.. I was thinking clothes pegs holding the end closed with rubber bands for a more secure grip. OMG.. if you require those for removing spiders from your doss bag gulp.. I'd be thinking about moving camp altogether. LOL
    Regards
    David
    Obviously that was a tip for the girls and not us rufty tufty seasoned campers... ahem
    If there are no women around and a man says something, is he still wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody View Post
    Just found this little gem, had to be shared.
    He sounds like a wonderful man and the skill is just off the scale.

    Enjoy

    https://youtu.be/RFEY--Gp1D8


    Edit : at about 1minute in, this chap gets out his carving knife.....
    Wow! Lovely bit of kit.
    Just been on their website, not for sale! 😞
    http://www.warthercutlery.com/wood-carving-knives.html

    Plenty of really nice wood carving knives but not that one...
    So... I wrote them an email requesting more info on how and where to buy it if at all possible, look fwd to a reply
    Watch this space
    Carving knives on the pipeline, ready product just waiting on distribution now according to email....
    Might have to start selling bits and bobs to afford one of these beauties.

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    How did I miss this. They are awesome. I'm thinking larger version for fire tongs and food tongs - I manage with the simple hazel ones but these take it one step further. Also thinking skinning dog fish (can't beat the ole nail through the head and peeling method.) Clamps for some field woodwork (hole and string through each handle twist to clamp down). Pegs for general hanging of clothes and herbs etc...

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