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  1. Thanks for the great tips. if you are looking for a saw with replaceable blades, I have recently bought a Silky Big Boy. The names a bit dodgy, but the Silky range of arborist saws are excellent. They are foldable and come in lots of sizes. I got mine from Drifta Camping, NSW. Cheers.

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  3. I stopped eating cheetoz for a month just so I could carry an extra candy bar on the trail in my pack. I then gave myself home enemas for two months so I could carry a bic lighter and 6 extra bullets in alaska in bear country. Can I just ask what the FUUUUUUUUUUUCK is wrong with you people……..omg 2 grams and this weights 1 ounce, this is made out of air so the weight is negligible. look, I'm an ex us military infantry soldier let me give you small minded people a little insight on how to survive and thrive when out and about. you guys arent carrying fucking twinkies in your packs ok. you must have gear……stufffff goooooooood. searching around for edible berries baaaaaaaaaaad. yeah yeah I know ya gotta use a bit of common sense but jesus wtf. I mean if your worried about the god damn weight of a power cord that chargeeeeeeeees things you might want to go seek a head shrink. another phenom I see are people like oh gee wiz all my stuff juuuuust fits in this pack………you want a larger pack maybe double the size so you can puuuuuuuut things in it and carry them. as far as your pack goes it get milligrams by milligrams lighter every step and every day you go. do you honestly think that for thousands of years man has been walking this planet and climbing it's mountains they were like oh my this weights 2.7 grams………..you idiots. there are women who gave birth to 10 pound babies and carried them around on trails allllll over you pussies. add that to your pack

  4. who told you that you cant sharpen them saw's ?? i use both a fiskers and bocho and i have sharpened them several times its time consuming yes but it can be done

  5. fiskar offers an unconditional replacement warranty for items that no longer work. Example- I personally witnessed a guy bring in a shovel that he backed over with his truck and the store gave him a new one , FREE : )

  6. @Dennis Mathias. Welcome to Bush Channel. Strangely the problem isn't actually the battery, annoyingly it's the switch. That model of Led Lenser torch is known for having a dodgy button switch. The on/off button won't function below about 5 degrees Celsius; there's even another Youtuber who's proved it in a video he made… It's simply a matter of warming up the switch and it works again. If you're interested check out the following video from a guy who diagnosed this bug in the P5 and P5.2"Cold Switch issue of the Led Lenser P5.2"

  7. I too have a couple woolen blankets in the car. My eyes lit up when the missus's rello's were wanting to offload them. The other thing they would be good for is in the unlikely event of being overrun by bushfire you can increase your chance of survival a little by wrapping yourself up in them.

  8. The Four Dog Stoves videos are classics. I love it when old mate goes into the history and intricacies of pots! I've been meaning to get one of their bush cookers for ages.

  9. Topmanbo is the channel name and the title of the video is how to sharpen a pruning saw. I sure hope this will help with your dull saw blades. I know it has saved me from buying new saws. Best of luck. Don't worry it's easy. With those wool blankets body heat and your sleeping bags you guys will be fine if you happen to get stuck somewhere in the truck. They are a fantastic insulator. God bless and stay safe.

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