I buy mine from knife kits in USA
The small eyelets are #6 Which will just fit paracord needs a 3/16" hole drilled
#8 are the more std and bigger as they fit the Chicago screws to bolt items together.
They come in various lengths denoted by a second number . 2 bits of 2mm (0.080") KYDEX...
No not as versatile I prefer a large blade khukuri or parang
Axe is a dedicated chopping tool and pretty poor at anything else tho I can use it for more.
Depend on how you trained / what your used to as to what your used to all work in different ways.
Definatly worth looking at a commissioned knife
Your range of uses is going to require compromise
I make bushcraft and game blades as well as bigger blades and when aimed at specific use they are very different .
Your not far from me I'm near Ringwood if you want to come see / chat
yes can be used but I wouldnt for a parang or a machete I use 52100 for my Kukuris (as I dont use O1 for anything any more haven't for years )
My Parangs where designed for the UK Military for hard use in jungle training so have to be as tough as possible so i picked a steel to do this...
Because it's a very useful tool in the woods I use mine a lot at home for clearing brush and processing the wood I find it better than a traditional bill hook style for me . Most of the ones I make and sell do go to work in jungles where they are a life line.
No bit of paper issued by Tony will be recognised by any police he is not authorised by the government to print knife carry licences.
A proof of paid entry ticket would and should be accepted as good reason when travelling to and from the venue tho under pressure some forces may have a policy...
yes or you would get $10 items posted for $200 shipping charges ;)
one way to minimize chance without the seller breaking the law is to get them to fill in by hand (correctly as legally required ) the declaration sticker at the post office and put it on the package this has a...
Just got one off Amason very good fro the price has the Cubs using it last night is definitely thin on the steel gauge but keeps the weight down and will see how it holds up but for 14quid cant really complain
Better than my ember-light in how it goes together which is a PITA...