I need an EDC folder. I don't want/need a tanto or "tacticool" knife. Price really isn't an issue as long as it's not more than $100. This will last me a long time, and if I have to put my life on this blade, I want it to work when I need it.
I'd like it to be...
-tough and rugged (ie. can...
I've finally done it. I bought the Bear Grylls Gerber 31 survival knife. I've been completing a couple other bags and have some nice knifes I'm comfortable with and know their quality. I'm skeptical on this knife only for the fact I'm just not familiar with it.
Has anyone else purchased it...
Anyone else watching this? I thought it would be interesting but listening to these guys p*ss and moan through out the episode about how scared and terrified they were and freaking out about eating gross crap is really annoying.
Won't be watching again.
I have tried to give Bear the benefit of the doubt but the more I researched him the more I came to realise his show is BS! He Is a fraud. The discovery channel even admitted in the New York post that many of the edited shows were faked. There are to many videos on the web proving this. Its sad...
This is kind of random, but I found this while I was looking for a new deodorant. Its kinda cool and corny at the same time, but hey if it helps save a life then it might be worth sharing!!
check it out: http://see.walmart.com/degree-men-adrenaline
Who do you think is your favorite TV survivalist? Who do you think shows the best and/or most interesting use of survival skills?
Bear Grylls (Man vs Wild)
Ray Mears (Bushcraft, etc.)
Les Stroud (Survivorman)
My vote is for Ray Mears. His bushcraft skills are incredible.
Who would you...
only 15 minutes into his "urban survival" episode and already he's pulling some spyderman climbing all over the place.... personally none of this is a realistic approach at all. randomly through the duct work then the insane acrobatics in the elivator shaft..im already tired of watching
I am sure this has been discussed but the more I watch this guy, he must be super human:eek:
How can a guy with exposed ears travel all day in light/moderate wind at -20'F or ('C) without a hat.... and with thin fingered gloves????????
He MAY be a bit tougher than us as a rule but you cannot...