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It is that. It can take the place of a hatchet and a machete. That's one of the reasons I like it.Pointman wrote:The front loaded design looks like it's a mean ass chopper.
My plan with the old one is to make my own micarta and re-handle it. I plan to take pictures as I go along for a good post in DIY. It was good costumer service. And fairly quick. Although I was getting some emails in what ever language they speak in El Salvador.lol Any idea what color you're going ...
My plan with the old one is to make my own micarta and re-handle it. I plan to take pictures as I go along for a good post in DIY. It was good costumer service. And fairly quick. Although I was getting some emails in what ever language they speak in El Salvador.lol
I don't know of any uses for it, but I have heard it is one of the reasons our lake is so low. The lake is surrounded by salt ceder, and from what I've heard they suck up millions of gallons a year. I should go check it out.
My Pack Golok started to come apart at the GTG. So when I got home I contacted them via email, and I'am happy to report that they sent me a new one. :shock: Not only that , but the one they sent me is way nicer then the one I had. Here's some pictures. gobroke.JPG broken gocom1.JPG new one on the le...
- Mon Nov 03, 2014 9:26 am
- Forum: D.I.Y. Modified and Homemade Gear.
- Topic: Can stove for cooking
- Replies: 9
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That is correct. Big ones and small ones.BigJesse wrote:That reminds me. Newt was telling me that Dollar General brand coffee still used metal cans. I'm not huge on coffee but I may have to start drinking it if not only for the can.