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We need a Tactical Community
Not one to purchase guns, but one that has other firearm related stuff: reloading equipment, fail accessories, sights, scopes, armorer's tools, etc. The pocket and fixed knives from Blades can go in there (the kitchen knives can go to the Coo...
Working as a Fireman finding a good sharp knife is often a challenge. Sometime ago I started to gather a few knives to use for meal prep at the Firehouse. The first knife I will mention is also my favorite. It is a 10 ⅛" chef's knife that...
Lightweight backpack saw.
Folding saws... in ultralight... Lulz. No proper ultralight backpacker would bring a folding saw. That's not ultralight. This belongs in outdoors. For the record, I am NOT an ultralight backpacker. I am interested in trying it out, but that involves fully understanding the philosophy and methodology of ultralight. The first and easiest step to get into ultralight is to leave gear at home. Things like saws, axes, KNIVES. People love there...
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Honestly, a lot of people are well served with Mora knives. They are inexpensive and take a good edge. You can do just about anything you want with them. The fireknife that they designed with LightMyFire shows up here pretty often and is very nice and reliable. A big bonus of their price is that if you leave it in your kit and it gets a little rusty, you won't cry! Here's a link to the fireknife buy that was recently active here.