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wish I had more to pass on. I'm at the stage where I only really have kit I use now. Had to dig around for that.
Funny you should say that...
how about a garmin etrex summit? With case.
Fire steel arrived today. Far exceeded my expectations! Thank you!
On offer from me then..
emergency medical kit containing; first field dressing, mylar blanket, triangular bandage, Steri strips, gloves, plasters...
Go on then, I'll take the antler one please...
...watch this space :)
I think I will be going for the snow peak, I think Id stick with my zebra billy if only it had some kind of handle. I've got a Trangia pot grab...
Lots of options... Thanks fellas!
Thanks guys, I already have a zebra billy 12cm pot but I just find it a little too bulky and lack of handles is a little annoyance for me.
I'm trying to figure out my next cook pot investment but I'm tied between two choices. Either the snow peak trek 1400 or the solo pot 1800. I know...
Thanks Kev. Yeah I'd agree that's brilliant. Only thing is now in watching all the other videos too!
Sorry. I think I was just tired. I see it now, I thought you were saying my saw had a chisel end. There's definitely fleam on her teeth. (Don't...
any have you could explain this again in laymans terms? Sorry, I'm just having trouble picturing it all.
That's a great idea nuggets! Thanks for the tip!
I'm guessing that would be to stop the chisel edges catching and chipping?
Looks like I need to find me a setting tool.
Loving the saw talk right now! :-)
yeah, I was under the impression pit saws had 90 degree handles and an extended neck too. It seems to be...
Im pretty sure. She is just a plain tooth design, ripping saws also have a slightly different tooth edge and grind.
thanks, yes, she is very old. Late 1800s from what the guy who gave it to me said. And others I've shown it to believe it was made locally too...
I'd take the Revenant if I didn't already have it, far better than the film I've been told!
Yup! Also need to find some trees to take down now too :-)