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    Thanks guys. I didn't think of tempering by...

    Thanks guys. I didn't think of tempering by conduction. I was thinking that he used the oven and just left the scale on like the others I've seen. This was the first one I've seen done by him that...
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    I have the same set I bought years ago and the...

    I have the same set I bought years ago and the difference just surprised me. The sheath is purely cosmetic but unexpected. Just want to be sure about the knife. Here's comparison...
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    Bad heat treat?

    Just purchased this knife and while it was forged and left to look very "pioneer-ish" I'm left questioning the heat treat. Its like this for abou 5/6 of the spine of the blade. What say you guys?
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    Impressive skills or trickery?

    New guy at work showed this to me. Either some real talent or far fetched. He has a couple of similar trick shots.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg2eo-hcMsI
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    I really like the canadian belt knife as well.

    I really like the canadian belt knife as well.
  6. Thread: Hunter63

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    Speedy healing to H63

    Speedy healing to H63
  7. Pigpen and Licklog Falls (June 28, 2017)

    I don't get nearly as much free time as I used to but when I do, I still like to try to go out hiking to see waterfalls. June 28, I got a couple of hours to myself and decided to go somewhere new. ...
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    I have found it hard to do the chin and mustache...

    I have found it hard to do the chin and mustache as well. The left side of my face has been the easiest since I'm right handed.
  9. Possibly tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera)...

    Possibly tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) which is in the magnolia family, not poplar.
  10. Welcome from Northeast Georgia.

    Welcome from Northeast Georgia.
  11. Thread: knives

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    I'm really liking that Canadian belt knife.

    I'm really liking that Canadian belt knife.
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    We all missed you. You were mentioned several...

    We all missed you. You were mentioned several times when we would ask about missing members. Most thought you were working on your book and putting in some good field time. Sorry you went through...
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    I was in Harbor Freight and the new guy in...

    I was in Harbor Freight and the new guy in training asked for my phone number and I told him I was happily married. He didn't get it but his trainer got a deep laugh.
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    And the two biggest makers don't even get their...

    And the two biggest makers don't even get their knives used but put in a safe.

    I stopped going there as much because of all of the "stuff" they started doing and treating their members. Haven't...
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    I ended up going with a Taurus Model 66, 7 shot. ...

    I ended up going with a Taurus Model 66, 7 shot. Stainless steel and 6 inch barrel. I've put a couple of rounds through it and have been happy thus far.
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    Eaa Windicator .357 mag 4"

    See the above gun listed in stock at an online vendor. Never held one but I'm looking for a budget .357 woods gun. Anyone have any experience with this gun? Price after insurance and warranty would...
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    I've been watching kings of the wild on YouTube. ...

    I've been watching kings of the wild on YouTube. I like how its not infised with so much drama but it doesn't show too much of the skills. But I still believe its more lifelock than most other shows...
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    Yes I did. Saved the flares that were in my...

    Yes I did. Saved the flares that were in my pack. Lol.
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    In a case such as this, it would be very useful...

    In a case such as this, it would be very useful for night fishing. It frees both hands, many could be set for a larger area lighting, tie your lines to the platforms, etc.
    Can also be used for...
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    Raised Platform Fire

    I haven't been able to get out like I want to anymore so it seems I have to make quick little trips when the opportunity offers it. I got off work yesterday at 2:30 and drove out to a little spot on...
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    Wilderness First Aid

    March 11-13, 2016 I was lucky enough to be part of a Wilderness First Aid class and get my certification for an extremely low price. The cost was more or less just the cost of the book and the paper...
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    If you take an apple's circumference and divide...

    If you take an apple's circumference and divide by it own diameter, you will have apple pi.
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    Another thing I like to do is open and leave my...

    Another thing I like to do is open and leave my sleeping bag out in the sun when I wake up from a night in it. This will help air it out to get any moisture out and the suns uv rays helps kill any...
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    Yes sir. Got a bucket with a couple of drops of...

    Yes sir. Got a bucket with a couple of drops of soap to keep the blade cool.
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    Old Hickory Mod

    The other week I was asking about a belt sander for woking on knives. Well I got the HF 1x30 combo with the disc sander and an angle grinder and went to work. This is what I have done so far. Please...
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