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    One thing I am planning on doing is a flat arrow style blade that can be fixed at the base of a walking stick.

    Not sharpened and a flat at the base rather than a point.

    It would be useful as a digging tool. Just a thought..

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    Belt buckle striker. And no, I still haven't found an example to show. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax View Post
    Belt buckle striker. And no, I still haven't found an example to show. lol.
    oh man. I like that idea.

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    Some nice little flint strikers would be good.

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    I agree with the awl's. small folding grill.
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    How about some kind of take down/take apart rotisserie for over the fire.
    Have it be 2-3 sections that go together for use and break down for packing out.
    Could even have offset points for roasting multiple tree rats at one time for when you have guest or want to fix alot of hotdogs for the kiddo's.

    See what my brain does when I read squirrel cooker...

    No matter what you do I know it will be well made. Still loving my tomahawk striker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
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    Default Rail road spike knife

    I have seen some realy nice spike knives with the twisted handle. I have some, I found in my garage. PM me and I will send you a couple if I can have one back after you make it a knife.

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    fancy striker (i think it's called a monkey tail, U-shaped with a long twist, not C shaped),
    small PSK knife,
    belt-buckle/striker, and
    maybe some sort of fire grill/grate that folds up really small (like this one by Finbar).
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