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  • #16
    Benchmade 530 for almost a dozen yrs. Now a cheap CRKT M21. Used to run around w full tool box in back of Jeep during my wheelin days.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
      What does that plastic bottle do ?
      Cordage from it, just hasnt been peeled yet.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by CD2 View Post

        Cordage from it, just hasnt been peeled yet.
        no idea what it does

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        • #19
          You make a holder and use the knife, rotating the plastic bottle, you turn and cut thin continuous strip.

          Get a fair bit of waterproof lashing material.

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          • #20
            Another different model of the plastic bottle "survival" cordage cutter made with my trusted Swiss army knife (SAK)

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            • #21
              I always have a Swiss in my daypack. I use it for everything and try to keep my Outdoor Edge for all the critter cutting. I have cleaned a lot of elk and deer with the Swiss but mine doesn't have the saw and it's a heck of a long reach for the wind pipe.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                What does that plastic bottle do ?
                ....emergency strong 'survival' rope.....[traps,shelter etc]

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                • #23
                  Rock - The wind pipe can be cut from the outside while tugging from the inside.

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                  • #24
                    I don't carry a Swiss ever. I carry 1, Case 9"Belt Knife & 1,Case 3"Folder is all the knifes i need, I'm never that far in the woods that i cant get to my truck if i need bigger tools.Truth be told in all my 55+ years of carrying a belt knife, I've used it 10 times, my folder was the best tool in the field.

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                    • #25
                      I believe a leatherman multi tool to be better then a Swiss knife, it's larger in your hand then a Swiss!

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                      • #26
                        Here is my favorite.
                        Batteries not included.

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