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Uncle Ray sells them, but not for peanuts http://www.raymears.com/Bushcraft_Product/713-Stitching-Awl/
No they shouldn't, just raw linseed oil rubbed in -- once a day for a week, once a week for a month, once a month for a year, once a year for life.
Very interesting. Thank you.
Do I spy a rifle no.1, rifle No.4 and rifle L1A1 on the wall behind the hunting shirt?
Quality work as always Tom. What period, region and social group are these authentic to?
I have a pair in DPM, with the correct yoke, I'm wanting rid of.
Unfortunately yes. The Beeb has lost its way for sure.
I understand that coconut oil is pressed from shredded coconut flesh, not heated. When I was working in Sri Lanka a few years ago I had the...
Hexi, firelighters, dry heather -- whatever will burn. Hobo stoves cook on flames, not coals.
I would avoid adding non-sterile organic materials to a wound. If it's such a serious wound that sterility goes out the window I'd be too busy...
That's not worn out, that's worn in!
I find that a straight edge is not as good as a curved edge for a field axe. Despite what the link says, I suspect the Japanese hatchet is more of...
I took 1.5" of 28mm copper pipe and soldered on a cap made from sheet copper. I whipped the entire length and added a turk's head at each end, all...
Sorry mate, was interested but the thermometer doesn't go down far enough.
got a link to the specs Bodge?
What sort of equivalent value are you looking for?
(1) what type of wood
(2) how dry?
I see a more fundamental potential problem. What grade of stainless did you buy?
Quite often. A few weeks ago I went for a Sunday stroll with a couple of mates. "Would you like some rosehip? Gorseflower?" "Stop eating the scenery!"