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Nifty recycling survival tool
« on: April 29, 2017, 06:08:58 pm »

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Saw this and thought you can never have enough cordage and if you had a life long supply
of it you could make surviving much more comfortable without running out of your good stuff
any way I like it guy goes on a bit before getting to it but hes funny guy anyway
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Re: Nifty recycling survival tool
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2017, 06:14:07 am »

Pretty cool idea, I have a tool made by the late R.M. Williams that I use to cut lace from tanned kangeroo hides.
It is cast iron with a razor blade fixed in it and it is adjustable for cut width.
That tool seems to be a spinoff from the RM design!

Here is one here.

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You will note the aussie one from the 40-50's is a superior design and extremely durable.
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Loose ends make my arse itch and I have just clipped my finger nails. So the itch flows to my trigger finger.
 

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