At a first glance, you could be forgiven in thinking that the Silky YOKI is some form of medieval weaponry forged from an elusive guild. However, at a second glance and looking at the design and raw precision of this Japanese made the blade, you would have to have a third glance. At which point your hand would be gravitating towards the non-slip handle in an attempt to wield … [Read more...] about Silky Saws Yoki Axe – Medieval Weapon or Serious Bush Basher?
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Over the past couple of months, I’ve had the opportunity to EDC a range of Nebo flashlights and they have all proven to be great little EDC torches with more than adequate lumen outputs. The technical specs and data for each are provided below. It has 5 different light modes: follow High – 220 Lumens, 4-hour runtime, 138-meter beamMedium – 110 Lumens, 8-hour … [Read more...] about Nebo iPROTEC Torch Range – Are these torches worth buying?
Ever been caught out in a situation where you didn’t have any means of starting a fire on you? “Never again!” you said, so here are some ideas for what should go inside a small portable fire kit. BIC Lighter with duct tape around it to prevent accidental discharge or leaking2 x WetFire artificial tinder1 x magnesium fire starter or Ferro rod3 x cotton balls with a dab of … [Read more...] about DIY “SUREFIRE” KIT
One way many people get lost in the bush these days is due to a lack of proper communications. Two-way radios are considered a lifeline by firefighters, paramedics, mining company workers, farmers, remote area hikers, and jackaroos to name a few. Many people and certainly those living in the city or urban area largely depend on mobile phones for communication. One … [Read more...] about YOUR GUIDE TO UHF CB RADIOS