Starting a Fire With Water and Plastic

Advertisements
Posted in Woodcraft, Survival, and General Philosophy | Leave a comment

Brown Canvas Buffalo Skinner, S30V Steel

This is the first knife of this style that I have made with brown canvas micarta, as far as I can remember. $395.

knife and sheath

Posted in Knives | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Because You Can…

“Because you can

and they can’t,

and that is enough reason to help a neighbor.”

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Gathering Fir Pitch

Sorry, the video got deleted accidentally, then re-uploaded. It’s back!

Posted in Woodcraft, Survival, and General Philosophy | Leave a comment

Obstacle or Bulwark? The Wall of Separation

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1108762609255&ca=5e8ee945-04f7-4d82-9f35-5ceda0b4c9e4

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Greatest Incentive

The law of God is the foundation of all enduring reformation.
Obedience to God’s law is the greatest incentive to industry, economy, truthfulness, and just dealing between man and man.

Posted in Woodcraft, Survival, and General Philosophy | Leave a comment

S30V ULU!

This is my first attempt at making an ulu. Traditional blade of the Inuit, it is a big improvement over a discoidal stone blade, which is one of the more common stone knives found in archaeology due to its relative simplicity of production. Steel is 1/4-inch-thick S30V, flat on one side, and convex on the back. Handle is Ivory Micarta.

ulu knife in sheathulu

Posted in Knives | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment