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Christmas gifts.

Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chatter' started by Woody110, Dec 28, 2019.

  1. Woody110

    Woody110 Mod
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    Come on then people, what Bushcraft toys did Santa bring you?
     
  2. crosslandkelly

    crosslandkelly A somewhat settled

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    An Outbacker wood stove.
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  3. John Fenna

    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    I got the leather to make this bag, plus some whisky and rum - which I think counts as bushcrafty - and some books and sweeties.... PC200001.JPG PC200002.JPG PC200003.JPG PC200004.JPG PC200005.JPG
     
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  4. Bishop

    Bishop Full Member

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    Entry level trail cam
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  5. SurvivORR Bushcraft

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    I received a mini skillet and griddle set which I tested out yesterday. I also received a few foraging books and other bits I haven’t tested out yet, but can’t wait to
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  6. Nice65

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    Cracking bit of kit, that sandwich is making me hungry
     
  7. Chris the Cat

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    Two bottles of single Malt ( Ardbeg and Talisker Sky ) and 5 large kilner jars full of home pickled veg!!
     
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  8. Woody girl

    Woody girl Full Member

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    Many nice things , but this tweed woollen anorak with a cosy fleece lining has to be my favourite thing this year. 20191228_194706.jpg
    Realy cosy inside this. It's a wee bit big but it doesn't matter. Better than being too small! Plenty of room for extra jumpers but not realy needed as it's so warm. Bcuk badge already installed on the pocket.
     
  9. Janne

    Janne M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    I do not know, will open them when family are back home!
     
  10. forrestdweller

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    i'm a grinch and usually run off into the bush or mountains over the holidays.... .this year that wasn't possible but i got a new t-shirt from my friends and had a stranger giving me an empanada and a fruit juice two days ago when i took a certain incredible dog to the beach... (not the same "" caliber" " like most folks but it made my day)

    although i haven't watched it for a while for lack of a player i still have the flintknapping DVD i got 2011 in NZ -- it has travelled in my pack to Oz, korea, Japan and now central america...
     
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  11. demographic

    demographic Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Closest would be a couple of Hultafors HDC chisels in 25mm and 20mm.

    I've had the 40mm one for a couple of years now and they don't mind a bat from a proper hammer instead of needing a mallet (how many site carpenters even own a mallet? None I know) and they have a sheath to put them in.
    The sheath alone makes the edge last longer as its simple to put back after every use.
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    Bench joiners likely don't care about the sheath as they have cupboards and whatever to store gear in but its handy for me.

    I'm in no way shape or form short of chisels and have a fair load of old English makes but the one I've had a while has been so good I wanted a couple more.
     
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  12. Van-Wild

    Van-Wild Nomad

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    Full on free diving gear from head to toe!

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  13. Woody girl

    Woody girl Full Member

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    Oh my gosh the aliens have landed!
    Even your dog is looking at you saying ... what the fluff!.... where has dad gone???!!! :) :)
     
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