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Cooking | Making a Home Made Folding Bucksaw
Making a Home Made Folding Bucksaw
Making a Home Made Folding Bucksaw
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I made a nice red oak home made folding bucksaw with just a few simple hand tools at home.
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Make A Bushcraft Bucksaw

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Make A Bushcraft Bucksaw

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Please visit our website http:www.facebook.compagesBushcraftbartons397803173579563 Also talking about the comparison between a large knife and an axe. Large knives have there uses but think about this for a moment. You want to spend between 2 and five days in the cold of winter. You need to build a decent shelter and everyday cut up large quantities of firewood. One of 2 things will happen if you expect to go through those days with your large knife. One, your knife could give up on you. Two, or you will.
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