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Making an Adze – Part 1

Making an Adze by Dave Budd Most folks that have seen me forging only get to see me making twiddly little things or a knife at events like the BushMoot. So I thought that I would share with you how I make some... Read More...

What saw is good for you?

What saw? by Dave Budd Whether it’s as mundane as cutting firewood or as involved as building an entire camp, there are lots of times when a saw is a vital piece of equipment to the bushcrafter. This is a sho... Read More...

Review: Nordic Pocket Saw

As with most cool bits of kit that arrive in the office for review they are received with excitement, and an eagerness to get out and play with them (that can be interpreted as taken out and used very construct... Read More...

Review: Casström Woodsman Knife

The knife I have most recently had to try out is the “Woodsman” Knife designed by Roger Harrington (of Bison Bushcraft) and produced by Casström in a “custom collaboration”. The “Woodsman” is one of Roger Ha... Read More...

Casstrom: Spoon carving knife set

I carve quite a few spoons and have tried various spoon carving knives from hand-made custom models to the mass-produced and more commonly available ones … with mixed results. Over the past couple of months ... Read More...

sugru

Review By John Fenna OK – what is sugru? Sugru is a self-curing rubber (the world’s first), available in 5 basic colours (black, white, red, blue and yellow), that can be mixed together to give all s... Read More...

Heinnie Haynes: Condor Kephart Knife

Review By John Fenna Horace Kephart was a famous travel writer in the later 1800s and early 1900s and is best remembered by bushcrafters for his books “Camping and Woodcraft” (which is still available i... Read More...

Matt Simmons: Fieldcrafter-uk knife

I am always interested in bits of kit that are slightly different, and when I saw that the Fieldcrafter-UK knife had a spine thickness of 5.8mm (about a quarter of an inch in old money), a blade length of 9.75c... Read More...