Recent content by Karl2353

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    Wast water paddle

    Great pics mate! You did right not coming to derwent water, very bad weather. Wast water is the best, I love it when the sky is moody!
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    Hi mate, hows things? Done any bushcraft lately?

    Hi mate, hows things? Done any bushcraft lately?
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    The load out- a guide and example (pic heavy)

    Great guide mate! I especially like the plastic chopping board idea. Thanks!
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    Hi all

    Hi Tony, welcome to the forum.
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    Woodgas, how does it work?

    Here is a picture of my home-made woodgas stove, I'm not sure if the design is correct because I only heard of woodgas the other day and saw a picture of another stove and tried to make something similar. I'll probably make another couple more before I get it perfect although this one works OK...
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    Hi Jonathan, thanks for the info on woodgas stoves, much appreciated!

    Hi Jonathan, thanks for the info on woodgas stoves, much appreciated!
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    Woodgas, how does it work?

    Hi all, I made a woodgas stove today from a bean tin and a small WD40 can. It seems to do what its supposed to do. Can anyone tell me how it works?
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    Antig Outdoors - Woodlore Stove

    Its the first time I've heard of this type of stove, will look forward to the review.
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    How to attach an axe to a respirator pack.

    I like your thinkin! It also keeps edge further away if worn on right shoulder. Thanks mate.
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    How to attach an axe to a respirator pack.

    It's attached nearest your body, I know it looks dodgy but when wearing it, the shoulder strap pulls the head tight against the pack and would only be likely to cause injury if the sheath fell off, which I feel, is unlikely. Obviously this method won't suit everyone, its purely down to personal...
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    How to attach an axe to a respirator pack.

    For those interested, here are a couple of ways I like to carry my wildlife hatchet on my British army respirator pack. 1. Make a double loop of thin elastic cord and thread it through the small eyelet below the belt loop on the back of the pack. Use a knot big enough so that it can't slip...
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    shoulder bag advice

    Yeah, I also use the respirator bag and I keep finding more and more space in it, mine contains: whistle, compass, firesteel, lifeboat matches, poncho/tarp, spork, torch, para cord, glow stick, foil blanket, tin opener, first aid kit, hexy stove+tabs, 2 bungees, 1ltr water bottle, small billy...
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    Hello from South Lakeland

    Hello Simon, welcome to the site. Enjoy! P.S. Did you go to Woodsmoke?
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    What are you wearing to keep warm ?

    British army wool jumper, got it for 50p at Kirkudbright charity shop and never looked back.
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    What combination of edged tools do you use?

    I usually carry a small knife and laplander saw with Victorinox huntsman as an emergency back up for both. In less populated and wooded areas I'll add a wildlife hatchet.