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  1. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I started out with an old knife that was just lying out in the shop, and I decided that it needed to be repurposed.:D: I took masking tape and layed over the blade to get the outline, I don't really know what blade profile that I was going for, maybe like a drop point-spear point...
  2. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I have started to get interested in knives. So I am asking if anyone can tell me some good techniques on how to transform an old kitchen knife into a good survival knife. Thanks.:)
  3. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    Ok this thread is going to try and incorporate a new thought process, a little of my knowledge that I would like to share with those of you who are stuck on the whole one gun, one knife, one shovel, or brand of cornflakes. People we get the point everyone loves something different. Blah, blah...
  4. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I got my gerber profile from walmart for $18. I replaced the handle scales with 550, and I really like it. My only problem is that the sheath is already falling apart and its only been a month. Do you know where I can get a sheath for the Profile? Material does not matter to me, I've used...
  5. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I'm currently using the Smiths pocket pal, which is working fine for me, but I'm just wondering what other people use out in the field to see if theres a better system I'd like to use better. ( Yes I know, that there is really not to much better then a good set of stones, but thats to cumbersome...
  6. Blade Reviews, Articles and Videos
    Muela 25-12[Made in spain] 440c stainless steel Rubber and zamak handle. The first test was batoning and carving,So i decided to carve a fork because this also gave my the chance to test the sawback. So the first job was to split the wood,I used a branch 1 inch thick and 8 inches long as the...
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I have had some close calls with dogs near back country roads. The owners don't see much traffic so they don't tie the dog up. Even the ones that are tied up seem a lot more aggressive. Really angry. Since I am in these areas more often (hiking/mountain biking) I have thought about...
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