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How To Sharpen A Bushcraft Knife – Bushcraft Skills ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://woodlandstv.co.uk How To Sharpen A Survival knife - bushcraft skills. In the fifth episode of the series Justin Sterry is with us again to demonstrate his survival skills, this time with knifes. He takes us through the different stages of sharpening a knife pointing out all the dangers whilst doing it to make sure he doesn't get hurt.

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Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 2 March, 2009

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19 comments so far

tickle989
June 9, 2009

thats some were in england being a jock (scotish) they all sound the same to me hehehehehhe

assassin616
August 31, 2009

lol, just realized what u were sayin, sorry tickle

tickle989
September 29, 2009

hehehe

Skormm
January 31, 2010

@multigunlover whetstone

multigunlover
January 31, 2010

@Skormm grammar nazi

1fanger
February 21, 2010

Mate, next time test the edge by shaving your fingernail- this way, you won`t run out of hair on yer arm.

Sheriff Blatz
February 25, 2010

12 to 50 dollars off of ebay?

multigunlover
February 25, 2010

50 dollors is alot
im not an idiot like most of you who buy a falt scrren tv to watch you stupid football and i have an empty fridge

Sheriff Blatz
February 25, 2010

fantastic video! Very informative!

Sheriff Blatz
February 25, 2010

I still use a TV from the 90's. And I hate watching sports.

The 12 dollar one is probably just as good as the $50 model.

If you have an empty fridge then you could always try to be self reliant. You can make a small burrow in the side of a hill out in the woods (I've seen it done and you can make them very nice) And with a cheap slingshot you can hunt rabbits. And growing herbs, veggies, fruits will help.

All it takes is knowledge and the will to do so. (I plan to do it)

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