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I have big hands. Virtually all the time, factory knives have handles that are too small. I really hate a small handle.
I have been using a Vargo Ti stove for years. Folds flat. Weighs 4 ozs. Burns twigs.
Ditch cougars are decent enough table fare.
Old, stiff fingers. I like an automatic opening knife.
I have yet to wear a mask
Amazing effort and dedication. I appreciate your sharing this with us.
I have a set of hand hammered folded steel Viking style cutters by Dr. Kevin Colwell. 22 inch langsax and a 10 inch sax. They are as good at...
I don’t buy bling, or fads, or designer knives. I don’t buy knives just to post them on a forum and win approbation from total strangers. I do...
Cuts? Lots, and frequently.
Probably a fixed blade, O1 steel bushcraft knife by Ray Laconico.
Not enough difference to worry about. I have both, and am carrying the Native 5 today.
I have several. The most used is the Benchmade Infidel. I find it sturdy, fun and very easy to deploy, and reset.
Groan, after 20 years of “what should I have in my BOB,here we go again.:D
Loaded 300 rounds of 148 grain .38 Special LSWC, and another 200 with the Hornady 140 grain XTP. Might as well be productive while sequestered.
I spent 75 years gathering my stuff. I like it, and intend to acquire more.
And some vendors, such as KnifeWorks have goofy, self imposed restrictions on auto knives. In Florida, most, if not all automatics are legal, yet...
Solid tools at a great price. Tip of the hat to our Jozilla for growing the company and expanding it’s offerings.
Well damn. That is such an awful thing!
“Not willing to name yet”? So why show the maker’s mark?
I have been hiking in that area for more than 50 years. The trails have changed, but the mountains have not. The most beautiful scenery America...