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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I think a good axe is an important part of ones kit, especially when your AO is forested. However, I haven't yet found an axe that suits my needs. I tried to get by on a crappy walmart Pack Axe, but if I ever needed to do any real work, I know that it wont cut it (literally). I'm probably...
  2. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I went to Oklahoma a few weeks ago on the little river and decided to make a short nature video mixed some norse hawk throwing. It is a half nature video filmed on a glidecam mixed with throwing throughout. Let me know what you think! Be sure to watch in 720p or better!
  3. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Since it seems that you and many of the others are quite knowledgeable about pretty much everything, i have a question to ask about vintage/old axes. Figured id ask about one of these Axes I've come across and actually have in my possession at the moment. I can not find any information on it...
  4. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I'm hoping this thread really takes off, because I would like to discuss blacksmithing with others who might be interested on this forum, whether you're an expert, novice or are just interested. In my opinion, blacksmithing is going to be one of the prime skills in a post EOTWAWKI world. It...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Just came back from a weekend camping trip with my kids. Like most, it started off as just a bunch of fun with fun "camping/survival" lessons thrown in to keep them interested and learning. Yesterday around suppertime we got new neighbours in the campground, a couple of college kids out for...
  6. Knives, Swords & Axes
    (I also have this thread duplicated on another forum for information purposes) I've been learning all I can in regards to cabin building using only hand tools, the most important tool being an axe. This has led to me going a little overboard (as I tend to do with hobbies). Anyways, with my...
  7. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Hey years ago I had a Estwing Axe and it was wonderful for clearing fence lines, small trails, camp sites, ect. I need a new axe since over the years the axe somehow left me. Also I have a cabin axe a older double headed axe used to split smaller logs or trim up the roads around our cabin...
  8. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Howdy, I searched for this but didn't find any info on it. Any of you have experience with Gerber axes? I have a few knives and i'm impressed with them, but never been able to hold and examine one of their axes. I was looking at this one: Gerber Sport Axe. There's also the "camp axe" model...
  9. General Discussion
    In an urban survival situation, its important for units to be self supportive. This includes being able to do basic repairs to the home or structure the people are staying in and growing a home garden. This is where the hand tools come into the picture. Hammers Unlike an air powered...
  10. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Using your axes Any of you all really use your axes? I have chainsaws, as I have been a logger for years...I do find myself using a good axe at times for driving felling wedges, cutting limbs etc. I also use an axe at times just because it feels good to swing that axe and cut some wood! I...
  11. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    What do you all think of this axe? Kershaw camp axe I like that it's made from one piece of steel. I went to Lowes and looked at their axes. All they had were those wood/steel combos (wood handle with a steel head). I don't like those because after awhile the head comes loose. I demand that...
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