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Home-made /out accessories!
Let the goodness come for inspiration!
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Looks comfy op
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Congratulations you just doubled the weight for no benefit
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sometimes i make paracord pot holders. knitting is comfy
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I made a spoon with a jackknife tonight. Will post if no bully
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>>1431661
Bonus foot
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>>1431665
Can't see the spoon.
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>>1431668
No bully
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>>1431673
That is a good start. Put it in your mouth and see if your upper lip can make contact with the entire bowl bottom as you pull it out. If it can't, the angles on the sides of the bowl need to be a bit lower or flared out a bit more. Once you get that right, focus on removing tool makes, unless you want them for aesthetics. you can use sand paper, but for that handle you can make a scraper from glass or a piece of flat metal. The knife you used is a bit too narrow to grip right to use as a scraper. The bowl is really difficult to get tool marks out of using sandpaper. It takes patience.
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>>1431682
Thank you for the feedback anon. The spey blade on that knife was surprisingly handy for carving out the bowl.
According to your test I need to lower the sides, that's a good little rule of thumb to know.
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>>1431691
>The spey blade on that knife was surprisingly handy for carving out the bowl.

Yeah, I was just thinking that. I use a spoon knife. I want to make a spoon scorp soon.
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>>1431682
>That is a good start. Put it in your mouth
I was expecting this post to go in a very different way desu. Good on you, /out/.
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>>1431512
I made this. I've been using it for a bit longer than 2.5 years now. I've lost count how many meals I've made with it. Over 200 at least. I retired it recently and will be making another.
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>>1431512
I sewed some boot gaiters up a while back, just to see if I could. They're waterproof + seam sealed and fastened by a zipper and velcro.
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I've got a black bear claw I'm goimg to use for a button on my mackinaw that's missing one.
How should I go about sewing it? Just make an 'X' over it as many times as I can with waxed canvas?
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>>1431512
Made a handle for my hatchet. How does it look, guys?
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>>1431746
You'll probably need to notch it or drill a little hole to ensure it doesn't come lose.
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>>1431897
is this bait or did you really just tape a pair of pliers shut?
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>>1431718
Looks good in general, personally prefer a bit more fitted in the ankle for general wear but if you use those in really cold weather that design will be a bit better.
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>>1431911
Never used them as pliers, but I need the hatchet
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>>1431512
I made one of these stoves but I'm way to sleep deprived to pull it out and take a pic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KmwfHdpb4M
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>>1431914
have you actually chopped with it yet?
I have one and I doubt it could split open watermelon much less do real hatchet stuff
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>>1431916
It works for battoning
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>>1431903
Maybe epoxy a ring baseplate onto it? I doubt it will survibe being drilled or notched
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>>1431928
Yeah, that should also work.
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>>1431897
Based mad max
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Turned out pretty good.
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>>1431704
fibreglass lol enjoy that
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>>1432015
Second pair
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>>1432016
It works.
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>>1431682
Good post and advice anon.
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>>1431704
what are you cooking here? brains?
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>>1432077
Chicken breast and shiitake mushrooms. You can cook just about anything on one of these including baking and roasting.
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Some knives ive made
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>>1432182
Nice work dude, that top one's a beauty-
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>>1432185
I need to do more work in the handle, its got a few hot spots abd the scale was warped on on side so just a slim gap at the corner near spine where the epoxy didnt hold, really pissez me off
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>>1432212
Check out, >>>/diy/1516520
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>>1431897
looks like tape, rad.
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>>1432015
Absolutely based
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>>1432182
whats your favorite?
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More collected than built, but I'm verry happy with that setup cause it's compact and lets me use any fuel I want.

>>1431512
I need to get me one of those, except wider... I like to keep all my sleeping kot together, including tent/tarp.

>>1431718
Are they breathable?

>>1431897
Godly. Now I want to see you chop with it.
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>>1438098
Nice. I’ve seen pictures of similar setups that float around before, but no details on all the parts.
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>>1432017
These are pretty cool. My kids would be shit out of luck for shoes if I had to make them. Where did you get the leather from?
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>>1437565
The kephart style i would say.



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