Some bushcrafters feel like the Bark River Golok approaches that fictitious Nirvana of a single-tool solution. Whether the Golok deserves that level of praise is up to you to decide. We can safely say, however, that if you're looking for a lightweight woods tool to fill the gap … [Read more...] about Review: Bark River Golok
Drop me in the middle of the wilderness and tell me I can only have one edged tool, I'll probably grab the Wetterlings Bushcraft Axe. I call my Wetterlings Bushcraft Axe "the little axe that could" because this guy defies his size. I've heard this axe referred to as a … [Read more...] about Review: Wetterlings Bushcraft Axe (aka Outdoor Axe, Large Hunter’s Axe, Backcountry Axe, etc.)
When I was in South America a few decades ago, I noticed how the men there had no problem using a satchel and it made me a little jealous. I think I grew up with too much echoing around in my head. These days, I'm glad to see that satchels and messenger bags have found their way … [Read more...] about Make an Indiana Jones Satchel / Messenger Bag from an Army Gas-Mask Bag
Paracord is popping up everywhere. Once an obscure favorite of the ex-military and survival communities, now 550 cord has even found its way to craft store shelves — a sure sign that it has penetrated every stratum of society. And with popularity comes the buzz: "My brother … [Read more...] about Paracord Info: Everything You Wanted to Know about Paracord
You can't miss the Bahco Laplander . They're spread all over the bushcraft forums. That's what I found a couple of years ago when I decided it was time to get a folding saw. So I dove into the reviews, read nothing but the highest praise imaginable for the Laplander, saw little … [Read more...] about Review: Bahco Laplander – The Ultimate Folding Saw for Backpacking?