Ok, now we have a lump of steel with a hole in it. Time then to turn it into an adze. (Link to part one)
Pt 2 - Making an Adze, by Dave Budd
I like to begin by isolating a lump to turn into the blade. Th... Read More...
By John Fenna
Horace Kephart was a famous travel writer in the later 1800s and early 1900s and is best remembered by bushcrafters for his books “Camping and Woodcraft” (which is still available i... Read More...
Casstrom Forest Knife
By John Fenna
The new No 10 Swedish Forest Knife from Casstrom is a general purpose, full-tang knife ideal for the many tasks a “Bushcraft” knife is expected to perform.
Made fr... Read More...
I am always interested in bits of kit that are slightly different, and when I saw that the Fieldcrafter-UK knife had a spine thickness of 5.8mm (about a quarter of an inch in old money), a blade length of 9.75c... Read More...
Woodsman Folding Knife
By Craig Birse-Johnson
The woodsman is one of the smaller bladed folders from the Jack Pyke range of knives.
What drew me to it more than the others was its interesting “wasp... Read More...
By Johnny Walshe
Choosing a knife to use while bushcrafting can be a very personal thing, with opinions held strongly by many as to the perfect knife, here we discuss some of the elements of knives an... Read More...
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