I get lots of birds visiting my bird table all year round and, as i live in a very rural area close to a Shoot, I often get the Game Birds coming into the garden. This fellow was quite tame and I even had him taking seeds from my hand.
Not content with getting GB to copy my Cegga axe goodjob, I see that he has also coppied my folding griddle.
It's VERY similar, only mine is better. :o and It was made long before Ray designed his! :nono:
It's outrageous! I designed an axe just like that a couple of years ago and had Cegga make it up for me. It's a breech of my copyright! (Only kidding Ray)
Though I do have a Cegga axe that is pretty similar to Rays new one.
We have a number of permissions, Biggest one being the whole of a District Council owned Country Park where we have exclusive permission for Bushcraft and wild camping. We have a number of others as well, both privately owned and public/charity owned.
Here are some bone fish hooks. Not worked with flint and abrasive stones, but I didn't use any electrical tools to make them either. Fret saw, hand files, Pin vice to drill the eyes and smoothed with emery cloth.
The knife was sent back on the 24th of September. I even emailed you pictures of the proof of postage as requested................................ Yet......................................I'm still waiting. It's a poor show I'm afraid.
I was at the Belfast show last night as well. I really enjoyed it. The interviewer,Brian Black, is a respected Wildlife film maker and has been to many of the remote and wild places that Ray himself had visited during his travels. His questions to Ray I found insightful and enlightening. We...
I have a Synmat 7DLX and i love it.
Good points......It's really comfortable, Pack size is small, Our damp climate isn't as much of an issue than with the Down version
Bad points..... Is doesn't fit inside a bivibag and still leave enough room for me to fit in as well. It takes a little while...
I wouldn't really worry about it. Rub the surface rust off with some wire wool or fine sand paper, oil the blade and then carry on as normal. If it gets worse, well it's a great excuse to buy a new one.