excellent work george! big thumbs up from me. :You_Rock_
i remember the first time i saw mors carving a pot hanger notch in about four seconds with three well placed whacks of a bat! i was so gobsmacked i got on the phone to a highly skilled bushcraft instructor friend to tell him about it...
well the water won't be "sterile", but you will have effectively pasturised your water. so most of the bugs will be dead. :rolleyes:;)
like you say, boiling water, a good rolling boil: big bubbles = no troubles :cool:
Pots live in a dedicated stuff sack. Chunks get cleaned/scraped off as and when. Inside is clean. Mors says it is more efficient with a black pot. A tight fitting lid probably has more effect on efficiency.
Inside of pot is always clean.
very cool article thanks.
there appears to be no index of the archer's kit. simple enough though it may be. extraordinary to think that what appears to be a kent pattern hatchet has been around for so long. now i just need one......
not the spetznatz style thing no.
my own one is...
yes, rifles too, and even first aid kits. but in terms of "let's talk about designing a survival knife", slightly pointless. no pun intended. :rolleyes:
i already have the ultimate in multi-role machetes, :cool: but i'd love to get my hands on a russian survival kit machete.
the quality most desired in a survival knife is propinquity! :o i know this because i read it in leroy thompson's book on survival knives. i agree most wholeheartedly. ie the best survival knife is the one with you. essentially this disqualifies any big honking knives from the title of survival...
that is awesome!well done chaps. i've never used that first one before.
the only point i'd add is that on a gusty night as the wind flaps the tarp about, sometimes unsecured trekking poles can come adrift. or knocked over by fatties moving around inside. :lmao:
a handy Aframe at the entrance...
I can only reitrrate the above sentiments. Fiskars brush hooks are awesome.
Roving Rich is remarkably stingy. He borrowed mine for a while, when i had it back rich went out and bought his own. There is no higher praise than this! :D
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