Blade and Fire starter reviews

Awesome review thanks!


On my last camping trip I was sent a few different items to test out and review. There was ;


A Khukri, Ghurka Service no. 1- 10.5″ blade with a sheath, a dull steel for honing and a 2nd small sharp blade for cutting tasks, both fit in the sheath with the Khukri

A carbon steel Mora with a forced Apple cider Patina

A Stainless steel Bahco with 30# test cordage wrapped around the handle

A survival lighter

And a custom made ferro rod with a 308 bullet casing on the end

I tested out all of the items sent

The Khukri I used mostly to process kindling during the testing process, I wanted to see if I could take it during the next trip instead of taking my Fiskars splitting Axe to save on some weight. I came to the conclusion that I would still like to bring the…

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