Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by mlrs, Jul 3, 2017.
I like pie.
This thread needs boob pics. @Zeek please help us out to diffuse this soup sandwich.
Huh... not me. I only post extremely valuable bushcraft / survival skill info. No bullshit nonsense never. I'm just here to learn about knives and goat raising stuff.
Dammit. How about clothing options for the well endowed in a hot environment?
You know what you get for winning the pie eating contest???
No... more pie
I like pie.
i like my h&b forge shawnee a lot...after watching reuben use one for years i tried his one day and was a convert. i prefer using a saw for any wood thicker than 2" so i mainly use mine for light chopping and splitting. i actually did a side by side with it and a gransfors bruks sfa and i found that the shawnee was just a lot more fun to use.
What goes good with beer?
(This is my dads favorite joke).
Happy 4th @Strigidae!!!
Thank you sir! Same to you and all viewing this thread. Enjoy the night!
Yes... I appreciate everyone on this forum... it's the best there is !!!
Yes, parts of it are very flat. Just because I know doesn't mean I have to be a numpty on the internet.
I used my Shrike yesterday to get some overgrown green **** out of the way of our riding trail. The vegetation kept getting caught on my fishing rod that was sticking out of my backpack so it had to go. I would've been better with a machete or large chopper but the Shrike did well. I especially like having a sharpened beard on a hawk as I was able to hook and cut things I couldn't get a good strike on, as well as using the point of it to drag things.