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    this is the proper way to make a genuine wilderness harpoon for hunting beaver,seal,flounder,stingray and other animals.....
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    Really informative Gene!! I've never seen that with the Sand Dollar before.

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    Gene, you are amazing. I had a basic understanding of how one worked but you did a great job of putting it all together AND showing the small tricks that make it work. Great post!!!!

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    Nice video Gene. I had the advantage of actually handling this at one of our Florida get togethers. Your video did a real nice job explaining it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    Nice video Gene. I had the advantage of actually handling this at one of our Florida get togethers. Your video did a real nice job explaining it.
    that is the same spear that i had brought with me to show you. i have kept it to teach the technique with. i think that it is important to share. i hope to help others with the "not having what you need problem" in survival situations. inovation and a trust in "nature provides every thing" helps
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    Very handy,, THanks
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    Thanks Gene
    Will never look a a sand dollar the same again.
    Will also try one out of a horseshoe crab tail.

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    the horse shoe crab tail is a good idea. that is the perfect plan behind this kind of spear making , that so many optional points can be used with the basic design.
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    You done good. I don't think we have any sand dollars but adapting is the name of the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole WV Coot View Post
    You done good. I don't think we have any sand dollars but adapting is the name of the game.
    Yes Sir, there are many other things that some one could use. like the spikes off of a cat fish, a sharp bird beak, a stone arrow head,.......
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