Agreed! I'd say, if I had only one tool of those. I'd take the hammer. Wouldnt be much later I'd have an axe and knife.:22:
It's about time for bed. Well, shoot. Maybe one more.
It's a great choice on treed game. I've seen a few go down to it, doing depredation hound hunts. A lot of the old timers here liked it when there...
I've shot a couple bucks with my 300BLK. It's been great.
Last night this varmint was in the chicken coop. Not his first visit this last couple...
I use a Case yellow trapper CV more than any other hunting knife. Small game, deer, bear, any varmints that need skinned like coyotes, fox, or...
Im another who really likes the 45/70.
I have an 1895 G, from the 1990s with a skinner sight on it. Its done the job well many times, mostly bear...
I say we just make it a drinking game.
Every post taking Benchmade's side, have a shot.......and every post against it, have a shot.
We've been eating the daylights out of 'em here in N CA.
A pest of a plant but the berries sure are tasty!
Sad story. He was on the trail crew about 15 years ago. Definitely no rookie at this point.
I'd like the blue one.
That is a good movie. I show it to our new trail crew most years.
Just loafing along, getting it done!:dblthumb:
Gotta admire that kind of precision!!
I like those old westerns too.
Incidentally, one of my early hunting forays as a kid included that model hatchet and the knife with same handle....
I have a few of those. And a couple other similar that are more of a rigid basket. Not remembering names, but I have seen where a few others on...
Looks great :dblthumb:
First set a wedge in temporarily, enough to maintain the kerf width. Then drive the ridges in clean and tight without having to carve.
All the comments above are pretty good. Every outfit kind of has a way, and theres several good options.
I use mostly mules, although we've got a...
We have lots here. The mud nests stuck on things can be a nuisance, but you're right they seem pretty mellow.
I find those nests in the hottest...