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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...

Jack Pyke “Woodsman” folding Knife

Review Woodsman Folding Knife By Craig Birse-Johnson The woodsman is one of the smaller bladed folders from the Jack Pyke range of knives. What drew me to it more than the others was its interesting “wasp... Read More...

11 Ways A Condom Can Save Your Life

Article by Creek Stewart Including CONDOMS in survival kits is not a new idea. People have been packing them in mini survival kits for as long as I can remember – using them primarily as an expandable WATER... Read More...

Helle Temagami

Review Helle Temagami Bushcraft/Survival Knife By John Fenna The Helle Temagami Knife, designed by Les Stroud of “Survivorman” fame, is available in 2 versions – laminated stainless steel (HEL 300) and lam... Read More...

Mora Bushcraft Survival Knife

Review Mora Bushcraft Survival Knife By John Fenna Mora Knives are renowned for being excellent cutting tools at a reasonable price, delivering quality without costing a fortune and therefore proving the i... Read More...

Review – DAJO Survival Knife

Review of the DAJO Survival Knife I'm not a great lover of "survival" knives but have to admit I've found one worthy of the name and WELL worthy of the inexpensive price tag. There is a small instruction ... Read More...

A 21″ blade, folding buck saw.

Howdy chaps, I've been a little busy of late with projects that have been waiting for the right wood/time/inspiration. so rather than whack up a monster one I thought id do a few separate threads so buckle up a... Read More...
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What’s in a knife

Article By Johnny Walshe Choosing a knife to use while bushcrafting can be a very personal thing, with opinions held strongly by many as to the perfect knife, here we discuss some of the elements of knives an... Read More...

Wetterlings Large Hunting Axe

When it comes to axes bushcrafters tend to be a picky bunch, understandably, after all, we do use them for some very cool, but demanding stuff. So, when the opportunity came along to review a Wetterling axe we ... Read More...
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Review – Fallkniven F1

I have read thousands of gear reviews over the years, I have even made some purchases as a result of them. To me it is curious that we often shell-out our hard-earned cash on the say-so of a complete stranger w... Read More...

Hultafors: New range of knives

Review of Hultafors knives by John Fenna I have recently had the opportunity to try out some of the new “Craftman’s” range of knives from the Swedish “Hultafors” company, more famous in bushcraft circles fo... Read More...

Jompy Water Heaters

Review of the Jompy Water Heater by John Fenna The Jompy is a simply amazing water heater designed and patented by D Osborne of Troon, Scotland. Originally designed for use in developing countries wher... Read More...
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Svord Peasant Knife

Review by John Fenna The Svord “Peasant Knife” is a tough little folder from New Zealand based on designs used in Bohemia and Bavaria a few hundred years ago, but still proving exceptionally practical today.... Read More...