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Arrived today robs, many thanks.
I will take the bog knife Rob.
The invention of the pop up tent with no pegs needed has really helped in street camping for sure. Anyway I am sure the good people of Westminster...
Charleston is all I have to go on. My father went over with a mining safety company to the coalfields.
Thanks guys, it's a shame they can't talk. What a history they have had.
[ATTACH] These have just come into my possession and where found by my father 50 years ago whilst working in West Virginia for a few months. He...
Now I do find this topic very interesting, compass geek that I am.
But Janne the south is sinking at the same time. A kind of seesaw motion.
I used mine for breaking open crab claws to get to the meat.
Gravy sounds good and venison is what turned my wife back into a meat eater.
Seeing as the blackberries are in abundance this year thought it was time to try something a bit different.
Love the crumbles and made them with...
Wow they are very nice, great work.
Love the vintage knives, so much more character and have already had a good working life.
Nalgene on the left is the one I use all of the time, do not use shop bought water (environment etc).
38 pattern is just cool and...
He makes that look very easy.
I have a few rods by different makers and some of those are not as good as my primus so it could be the luck of the draw.
I have had mine for a few years now and it is my go to firelighter. It stays in my camping box all summer and then hangs in the shed all winter...
Would like the kershaw and Winchester pocket knives, assuming the postage is in UK.
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[ATTACH] Had a bit of free time today and decided it was about time to practice with the old flint and steel.
Without a doubt this is skill that...