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Good brushcraft knife.

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
Going hiking and climbing more than I used to and found out that I need more than my gerber multi tool and folding knife. I am looking for a tough fixed blade, not small but not a full machete. I was looking at the Big Rock Camp Knife but looking for some advise and any recent deals.
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Wow! Where do you go hiking & climbing? My Gerber is more than enough for the wilds of Mid Wales.
#2
hmm i had a ray mears book back in the day and i think he said around 20cm long with a curved blade was the best bet... one of his own knives are £260-290, but id follow sumthing along the same spec

just searched it up there and its 11cm long blade with and 11cm handle,

id try find sumthing of a similar spec and shape for a much lower price as it wont have been designed the way it is for no reason

http://www.raymears.com/Bushcraft_Product/72-Woodlore-Knife/
#3
apologies just read theend of you post so the kind of option im suggesting seems too small
#4
cis_groupie
Wow! Where do you go hiking & climbing? My Gerber is more than enough for the wilds of Mid Wales.

Usually near the mournes and the forests. The multi tool is good for pliers and small tools but I need a more rugged dedicated knife for tougher jobs.

Edited By: electriclinux on Oct 03, 2010 18:22: repeat
#5
You fancy a bit of DIY?

Try This one
#6
harlzter
You fancy a bit of DIY?

Try This one

I guess it would give me a skill but I think I also want a brand name.
#7
have a look on here, lots of useful help about all sorts of outdoor things.

UK Bushcraft
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Hero pose:

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/12/18/article-1097504-02792B7A000005DC-506_634x702.jpg

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