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  1. thanks for the clarification! it seems like the...

    thanks for the clarification! it seems like the things i really like got discontinued lately (namely my kifaru ku3700 and zxr backpacks recently) and i figured the bushcraftuk might be next. i'm...
  2. i hope this doesn't mean that the g10 handled...

    i hope this doesn't mean that the g10 handled version is being discontinued? sounds like it's to clear out the existing stock? it's my favorite woods knife by far but haven't picked up a backup due...
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    thanks! haha, i look at my own pics sometimes...

    thanks! haha, i look at my own pics sometimes when i can't go hike and feel like i'm back there again too :)




    you're welcome, sal.
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    thanks! thanks, sal! the hunter's axe is...

    thanks!




    thanks, sal! the hunter's axe is 2.09 lbs (33.5 oz) and the small forest axe is 2.25 lbs (36 oz).
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    these birds were everywhere...strange, i've never...

    these birds were everywhere...strange, i've never seen them here before in the 3 yrs i've been hiking the area.
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    this hike was mostly so i can do an axe chop off...

    this hike was mostly so i can do an axe chop off between the gransfors bruks small forest axe and hunter's axe to determine which i like better...and sell off the other. see this thread for more...
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    another day hike: axe chop-off.

    i took a quick day hike two weeks ago to take in the last of the fall colors...been here plenty of times but it was the first time i've seen this wasps' nest (i thought it was a bees' nest...thanks...
  8. Thread: Sheath for mule

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    yup, diy is more cost effective in the long run....

    yup, diy is more cost effective in the long run. here's my write-up to get things started: http://jungletraining.com/forums/showthread.php?21502-how-to-make-kydex-sheaths.
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    this thread needs more pics :D it's...

    this thread needs more pics :D

    it's definitely my most used woods knife. it's funny that a company known for folders also happens to make the best fixed blade woods knife in my opinion...i'll...
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    thanks, man! thanks!

    thanks, man!




    thanks!
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    thanks! you're welcome! thanks,...

    thanks!



    you're welcome!




    thanks, man!
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    gotta have spam! ...

    gotta have spam!

    http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/ab184/jayvelasco/hiking/057/057_015_zps67fc52a0.jpg


    it's not mine until it slices spam :D
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    another weird fungus. ...

    another weird fungus.

    http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/ab184/jayvelasco/hiking/057/057_008_zps3d7b3746.jpg


    dead-standing oak...the axe will get a workout next time.
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    another day hike: a tail of two scandis.

    yes, i really meant tail not tale :) this dog wouldn't let her owner drag her away until i gave her a couple of pats on the head and took her picture.
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  15. thanks, don!

    thanks, don!
  16. thanks! i see those garter snakes often here,...

    thanks! i see those garter snakes often here, even when i think it's too cold for them to be out.




    thanks! i appreciate the kind comments.
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    yup, one of many mistakes i learned - get all the...

    yup, one of many mistakes i learned - get all the sanding done, rinse the kydex thoroughly and rivet it last. no biggie - i have a 2nd cts-xhp that's still new. i'll probably scratch that one next...
  18. thanks!

    thanks!
  19. thanks, bill! definitely get into photography -...

    thanks, bill! definitely get into photography - it's a relaxing hobby and spydercos are great subjects to practice on :)




    thanks! glad you like the pics.
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    nice! that pro kydex press is nice but i found a...

    nice! that pro kydex press is nice but i found a way to avoid spending that kind of cash for one though - unless you'll be doing lots of sheaths. here's a kydex tutorial i wrote awhile back that...
  21. thanks! it's a nikon d90 body with a tamron...

    thanks! it's a nikon d90 body with a tamron 18-270 mm lens.

    never heard of a damselfly before - thanks for the info!




    thanks!
  22. haha, it takes me more time to think of thread...

    haha, it takes me more time to think of thread titles than the actual picture takings.




    thanks! the camera is doing most of the work though, i'm just the monkey pressing the button.
  23. my curiousity to the max, i spent several minutes...

    my curiousity to the max, i spent several minutes chasing it down and eventually got this shot...nothing weird about the wing shape after all, just different coloration.
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  24. how it looks in person. ...

    how it looks in person.

    http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/ab184/jayvelasco/hiking/056/056_054_zpse396abfe.jpg


    tinkered with the shutter speed from my usual setting...not sure which i like...
  25. bam-chika-wow-wow! ...

    bam-chika-wow-wow!

    http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/ab184/jayvelasco/hiking/056/056_046_zpsaefafe7b.jpg


    i guess their version of the kamasutra only contain two pages :D
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