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Looks good, great work. Be interested to see the sheath once finished :)
Good to know, I'm after a new shed when I get back from holiday!
Just a thought - if you wanted a cabin then surely it costs a lot more to buy all the materials/hire the machinery than it...
Thanks for this!
I'm looking for a tarp at the moment, shame about the weight or I'd have bought this! Be interested to see a review when someone has one to hand :)
I'd be interested to know how much the tarp alone weighs, as I'm guessing the steel poles make up the majority of the 3.9kg weight! Looks good though.
In fairness, the BG ones aren't supposed to be knee pads - they're actually stretch panels. If you want knee pads look at workman's trousers?
Great knife, I got one recently to go alongside my Condor Bushlore mini - they're both excellent.
None but I'd love to get a leather sheath. Problem is they cost more than the knife itself!
Doesn't look long enough to be the Polish one I don't think?
Yeah, he refers to the book I'm reading at the moment, where the character (Ayla) seems to throw with very little unnecessary arm movement also.
Interesting vid - going to have a go at this I think :)
Because its the combination of low weight, small pack size and comfort that's usually required, not just low weight. CCF's aren't really...
Found this link and thought people might be interested. Apologies if it's been posted before :)...
"Gooooooooooooo get to the chopper!"
"Leave it! It didn't kill you because you weren't armed. It knows sport..."
I like those, good skills.
Don't be too sure, remember Easter last year? Lol
Some great pics on here.
I can't seem to upload from my computer and it asks for a URL only, any ideas why please?
Nevermind wrong place
Fantastic pictures on this thread, thanks for sharing! Think I'll have to add a visit to Poland to my bushcraft to do list :)
Adding a CCF mat negates any benefit of having the Superlite Air in terms of weight lol. You're only sleeping on it, how careful do you need to be?