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    Bill's blades pictured in an article


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    Not sure if it's allowed to post an article link, but last month, a few of Bill's blades were pictured in an outdoor article about small camping/survival mini-stoves. For those interested, here is the link:
    http://www.heybjkoutdoors.com/2012/0...r-camping.html

    Bill, please delete this if it's not allowed.
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    I see nothing wrong with it ,Im sure wont either,The article is about the stoves,Thanks Mark

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    Cool!
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    Thats pretty sweet!!!


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    Cool beans,some of those are yours eh Mark.Brian must be a friend.
    Last edited by mykel m; 03-17-2012 at 01:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mykel m View Post
    Col beans,some of those are yours eh Mark.Brian must be a friend.
    I actually wrote the article. I just wanted to share it on Bill's forum due to the recent posts about Backwoods "user" and "safe queen" knives. All of my blades from Bill are definitely users, so I just wanted to share the article showing his knives being used in the outdoors.
    "Under divine blessing, we must rely on the bayonet when firearms cannot be furnished". Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (April 1861)

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    If the weather would cooperate I would be out beating on my multitasker.
    Oh well,I'll have the blackout by next weekend & hopefully I can take 'em both out for a good beating.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
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    DOH!Sorry Marc.His blog,your article.
    I really liked the article.I was thinking about getting a mini gas stove for my BOB (& probably will)but got an emberlit first because I like burning wood & it's plentifull & the emberlit folds flat.
    A gas stove has advantages also & I will get one once I narrow down which one I want.
    I think for BOB purposes though the emberlit is perfect.
    Last edited by mykel m; 03-17-2012 at 02:10 PM.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    It's better to have it & not need it than to need it & not have it! (a gun that is)
    May the forest be with you.
    And...CANCER SUCKS!

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    Mykel,

    Those Emberlit stoves are AWESOME aren't they!! Even if I'm carrying an Esbit mini-stove, MSR Pocket Rocket, or a Jet Boil system......I will always have the Emberlit in my back pack or vehicle bag. Like you said, fuel is plentiful and free for the Emberlit...
    "Under divine blessing, we must rely on the bayonet when firearms cannot be furnished". Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (April 1861)

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    I'm really liken' the Pocket Rocket for a mini gas stove so far.
    Still looking around though.
    Never tried an alcohol stove & don't like the idea of a liquid fuel,but they sound pretty good otherwise &
    are easy to make.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    It's better to have it & not need it than to need it & not have it! (a gun that is)
    May the forest be with you.
    And...CANCER SUCKS!

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    The first stove I bought for backpacking was a Sierra Zip Stove. About ....damn 20 years ago!!
    Doesn't seem that long till I start thinking about it. The new ones are a little better design than mine, better wind
    screen, battery isn't under the "fire box". Dang thing is handy; twigs, pine cones, tree bark. Throw it in, light
    it, open the damper and turn on the blower. In a couple of minutes it will have water boiling.
    "highly motivated and moderately dizzy, lol " D.F.


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    Great article with awesome knives and stoves.
    I've used my homemade alcohol stove for years... now I Jetboil everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGeo00 View Post
    Great article with awesome knives and stoves.
    I've used my homemade alcohol stove for years... now I Jetboil everything
    The JetBoil is phenomenal. Super fast and effecient.
    "Under divine blessing, we must rely on the bayonet when firearms cannot be furnished". Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (April 1861)

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