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Have you tried Kevlar thread,it comes in black but fades to grey a bit with time. ;)
They serve no other than a cosmetic purpoes-they will clog easily and possibly be a form of cross-contamination if used on food products.I have...
If you can find the funky looking Spyderco Dodo you will get a lot of cutting power in a small package.
Don't bother with the Bear's line, go for Craghopper's Kiwi trousers-they are cheaper and very functional.
As you already have a Fenix,why not look at their LD and PD series torches.AA powered torches are what I use simply beause of the availability of...
Webtex produce a cheap product,a lot of it cheaply produced(low manufacturing costs,materials)-I would save your money and buy something more...
Another vote for Craghopper Kiwi pants,deep pockets,well made,spf resistant and really quick-drying.
Bridgedale are great for outdoors,but a lighter option are 1000 mile socks-superb.
Craghoppers standard line of clothing is pretty good,don't bother with the Bears branded stuff-their Kiwi Trousers are well made and functional.
Berghaus fleeces are a classic.
Zippo with a Z-plus inert.
The only problem with floss is the funky colours,we need tacticool floss!
I got some chrome-plated steel ones(flat profile),but everything seemed to bunch on the more acute bend-not happy with them at all.
I was wondering if I am the only sad individual who re-sews the buttons on cargo and combat trousers with a more resilient thread,usually...
I use NiMh rechargeables but also Energizer Lithium Ions when pushed(longer shelf life,blah blah)simply because they are expensive and I am miser.
They are also known as screw-gate carabiniers
Analog are easire to adjust,had a casio HD with a combo disply-what a pain(looked good though).
The operator belt is great,but I found the roll pin can pop out-just limit its backwards movement(away from the knurled face)with a zip tie.The...
Thanks all,very informative.
Try an old file,you will have to anneal it first though and then re-temper according to what steel it is ,1095,w2,1080 should give good,but cheap...