Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by The Warrior, Sep 13, 2016.
Can’t wait to get another 3hm and get back to doing this with a nice compact fixed blade
Already posted this pick in the esee 3 photo thread. The sharpened clip point makes nice feathers.
Teaching my lady some wilderness skill. First was knife safety. She’s learning that slowly, but managing to not cut herself yet. lol. Now she’s getting the hang of feather sticks. She’s getting proficient at the wrist and forearm locked to the leg and pulling the piece of
Wood to make the cut.
That Roselli is a sweet little blade!
Thanks man. The size is deceiving. Anyone that knows me, knows I have some rather large hands:
Absolutely not meant to be a one stop / be all bush craft knife, but holy smokes it gets the job done.
Old school PR4! Nice work!
Fairly dry cotton wood on the left, bone dry ash in the middle and seasoned pine on the right.