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    Made my first couple of elbow adzes. After working with this tool, my hatchet is going to be having some down time. There's ...
    by Published on 04-01-2015 11:19
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    The main benefit is – is that the tea gets made


    I was trimming an ash tree in my garden recently with my ...
    Published on 17-12-2014 13:04
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    by Justin aka fishfish

    A friend of mine in the States asked if I could make him a quiver, he didn’t want a regular pouch type as he was worried about the arrows rattling around whilst hunting and giving him away to the deer, I set about making a belt quiver that would securely hold the arrows in place and be quick and easy to draw another arrow,this is the result: ...
    Published on 13-11-2014 13:00
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    By John Fenna

    I have recently been trying out Snugpak’s 40 litre Endurance Rucksack and found it to be a versatile and very practical bag for most of my bushcraft activities.

    Available in either Black or a darker-than-most Olive colours, the Endurance is made from 500D heavy duty nylon and measures approx 49cm x 31cm x 22cm with a traditional ...
    Published on 11-11-2014 11:18
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    By John Fenna

    As my vastly expensive, custom-made, orthopaedic insoles were coming to the end of their effective life, I was very pleased to be able to get hold of some Superfeet Premium Insoles, ...
    Published on 11-11-2014 10:54
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    By John Fenna

    My admiration of the classic “canvas and leather” look kit is not a secret, so it will come as no surprise to many that the new (and limited availability) Zippo Brown Canvas Bag attracted me as soon as I saw it!

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    Published on 21-10-2014 16:49
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    By John Fenna

    I am always on the lookout for effective insect repellents - being badly bitten can seriously limit your enjoyment of the outdoor experience so important in “bushcraft”.

    I recently came across the Incognito range of insect repellent products, an extensive range of ...
    Published on 06-10-2014 15:21
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    By Richard Cook

    I finally tracked a copy of this down just before we headed off to Wales in August, which was great because now I had my holiday book sorted. I don't often want to sit and devour a book in one sitting, but this one was a very rare exception. If you've seen the popular TV show 'Dual Survival', you'll be familiar with Cody's unique sense ...
    Published on 29-09-2014 12:38
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    By John Fenna

    Geoffrey McMullan is an imposing figure with an aura of calm, non-threatening, authority. Having served in the British Army for 22 years and received a British Empire Medal for Conservation and Anglo-German Relations, Geoffrey has studied survival techniques and tracking, both ...
    Published on 08-09-2014 13:04
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    By John Fenna

    I am always on the lookout for ecologically responsible and effective ways of keeping outdoor clothing in tiptop condition, and have recently been trying out Grangers “2 in 1 Cleaner and Proofer”, which ...
    Published on 08-09-2014 12:45
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    By John Fenna

    I am pretty well known to BCUK members as a bit of a supporter of natural fibre fabrics, but even I will admit that sometimes synthetics can prove good for bushcraft activity ...

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    Elbow Adzes

    Made my first couple of elbow adzes. After working with this tool, my hatchet is going to be having some down time. There's

    Tags: adze  carving  chopping 
    forginhill Yesterday 16:21 Go to last post