Mora Bushcraft Survival Knife

Review Mora Bushcraft Survival Knife By John Fenna Mora Knives are renowned for being excellent cutting tools at a reasonable price, delivering quality without costing a fortune and therefore proving the i... Read More...

Review – DAJO Survival Knife

Review of the DAJO Survival Knife I'm not a great lover of "survival" knives but have to admit I've found one worthy of the name and WELL worthy of the inexpensive price tag. There is a small instruction ... Read More...

Review – Nordisk Tarp SI L

Review of the Nordisk Tarp SI L  by John Fenna I am always on the lookout for a good tarp, and the Nordisk SI range has much to recommend it. Coming in sizes S (3m x 3m), M (3m x 4.5m) and L (4.5m x 4.5m... Read More...
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Review – Fallkniven F1

I have read thousands of gear reviews over the years, I have even made some purchases as a result of them. To me it is curious that we often shell-out our hard-earned cash on the say-so of a complete stranger w... Read More...
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Trangia Triangle

Review - Trangia Triangle By John Fenna I have used Trangia stoves in various forms for many years (remember the red ones? I do!) in more settings than I can hope to recall, but including snowy mountains, d... Read More...

Hultafors: New range of knives

Review of Hultafors knives by John Fenna I have recently had the opportunity to try out some of the new “Craftman’s” range of knives from the Swedish “Hultafors” company, more famous in bushcraft circles fo... Read More...
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Svord Peasant Knife

Review by John Fenna The Svord “Peasant Knife” is a tough little folder from New Zealand based on designs used in Bohemia and Bavaria a few hundred years ago, but still proving exceptionally practical today.... Read More...