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  1. Thread: Synthetic Oil

    by Tony uk
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    I have my car serviced at roughly every 15,000...

    I have my car serviced at roughly every 15,000 miles, as per the audi service schedule (flexible, depending on conditions) I've never had any issues, my cars at 120,000 miles now and sweet as a nut,...
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    I'm a fan of Leatherman, since they're much...

    I'm a fan of Leatherman, since they're much cheaper over there than here i would recommend one of them, i like the wingman. If going for a swiss army knife the one on current issue is very nice, with...
  3. For river crossings i take the majority of my kit...

    For river crossings i take the majority of my kit off, into the waterproof sack on my pack, rubber glove tops over the boots & socks, then walk through using the pack as a semi-float. Make sure to...
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    Thankfully never dropped from the heat or cold...

    Thankfully never dropped from the heat or cold but i've seen a few in work go down. Not nice, the recovery is worse.

    Tonyuk
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    Most lures I've handled have been pretty basic...

    Most lures I've handled have been pretty basic things, often nothing more than a colored bit of stamped metal. I'm sure they'll be fine.

    Tonyuk
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    I've bought a few Chinese made stainless steel...

    I've bought a few Chinese made stainless steel water bottles from ebay and to me there as good as the brand name items in the shops, for a fraction of the price, the ones i bought were from here;
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    I like to use coconut oil and find it leaves the...

    I like to use coconut oil and find it leaves the pans well seasoned, it can get nice and hot before starting to smoke too so i find it works well for searing meat.

    Tonyuk
  8. Thread: campfire eggs

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    I can't remember where i seen it done, but to...

    I can't remember where i seen it done, but to cook eggs i cut a small length off of the side of a potato, hollow out some of the center, then pop the egg in. 10-15mins later in the embers and both...
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    Soap and water, over the years my titanium kit...

    Soap and water, over the years my titanium kit has scorched and developed a sort of rainbow colour effect. I only use a mug and a long handled spoon, i find the pans far too thin and burn anything...
  10. Fire alarms can be handed into the local fire...

    Fire alarms can be handed into the local fire station here. Also, you can bring any extinguishers needing serviced and they'll exchange them for freshly serviced ones there and then, for a small fee....
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    Not really been anywhere unfortunately, moved...

    Not really been anywhere unfortunately, moved house and never bothered to pay for the internet to get put back in. Finally relented due to work however :smash:
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    Get some chafing gel from a wholesales shop, much...

    Get some chafing gel from a wholesales shop, much better than liquid alcohol as a fire starter since it wont evaporate quickly. Cheap too.

    Tonyuk
  13. What kit are you looking to buy? I live in...

    What kit are you looking to buy?

    I live in Scotland and can get very good quality gear here easily, you don't need to buy from the US.

    Tonyuk
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    I've never owned a proper straight before. Bought...

    I've never owned a proper straight before. Bought one of those shavette things made by dovo which you can use with a double edge blades snapped in half but wasn't really that impressed. Currently...
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    I only own two; A Silva field 7 type which is...

    I only own two; A Silva field 7 type which is kept looped on my shirt pocket and gets used for nearly everything. And a type 4B which was issued to me several years ago and gets rarely used, mills is...
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    Check here for some more videos;...

    Check here for some more videos; http://www.deansgroup.co.uk/window-films-commercial-industrial-glasgow-scotland-north-england-uk/safety-security/

    Very good stuff if you select it in the right...
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    Icebreaker...

    Icebreaker do some nice gear and not too expensive either. Most of their stuff is made from merino also so its pretty much itch-free.
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    Its very much dependent on the environment and...

    Its very much dependent on the environment and time of year. In this country during winter for example (Rain!) I've had the best luck with a piece of flint (Plenty of that here) and something used as...
  19. Thread: Rust Problems

    by Tony uk
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    The rust formed on the surface will more than...

    The rust formed on the surface will more than likely wear away with use, failing that coarse sandpaper will make quick work of it, follow that up with a thick oil product wiped on to the blade to...
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    Hot chocolate is far better for night, tea (or...

    Hot chocolate is far better for night, tea (or coffee) is a morning to evening drink
  21. Thread: Hello

    by Tony uk
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    Welcome to the fourms, i hope you enjoy your time...

    Welcome to the fourms, i hope you enjoy your time with us Waukasha
  22. Scotland. Land of Haggis

    Scotland. Land of Haggis
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    Thanks Crash, good to see the fourms still doing...

    Thanks Crash, good to see the fourms still doing well !
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    Horses for courses, A tool can only be made to...

    Horses for courses, A tool can only be made to perfrom well at so many tasks before it becomes equally useless at everything. If i had to choose one knife i would take the more durable of the two...
  25. Thread: Minnow Trap

    by Tony uk
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    Looks like a very nice set up you've got there. I...

    Looks like a very nice set up you've got there. I like the way you use mesh with the jar. it seems similer to the one my grandfather showed me how to make buy cutting a soda bottle at the top and...
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