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    Benchmade Bugout 535GRY-1

    Hey everybody, I made a quick and concise video on the specs on the Benchmade Bugout. Before I bought the knife, I watched 20 plus videos and they were all really long and I thought maybe some people would be interested in "just the facts" If anybody wants to check it out, here it is:
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    Interesting story on the origin of the Becker BK14 EsKabar

    Hey guys, my favorite neck knife is the Becker BK14 aka the EsKabar. What's not to like? 1095 HC, it's affordable good balance to edge retention and easy t sharpen back up. Nice sized blade for a neck knife. The handle is comfortable and heavily skeletonized to save weight. For me, it's a great...
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    Knife Revew: Kizer Begleiter Folding Knife in VG10

    I was pleasantly surprised with the fit and finish of this knife. Nice attention to details and good steel. I like VG10, great rust resistance and easy to sharpen- good thing i like to sharpen knives. Full disclaimer: I won this knife in a random giveaway on Instagram. I wasn't asked to...
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    Anyone else carry a Silky BigBoy for camping and backpacking?

    Thanks brother! A Pocketboy is next on my list. Before using Silky, I thought my Bahco was great but now that I've felt the difference I can't go back lol. Katannaboy? Dang, that must be so fun to use!
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    Anyone else carry a Silky BigBoy for camping and backpacking?

    The teeth cuts like a laser, so awesome. I have a Bahco and they're good too but I want to upgrade to a pocketboy. Thanks for sharing your insight!
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    Anyone else carry a Silky BigBoy for camping and backpacking?

    Hi guys, I made a video review of the Silky Big Boy 2000 XL that I'd like to share with you guys and get your thoughts on. I personally feel in love with it. I've used several others: Bahco, Fiskars, and some other brands you can get at home improvement stores. Man this thing cuts through...
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    My first backpacking tent! Vargo stove, fatwood, and hiking action!

    I too associate the noise from stoves with good memories, like Pavlov's Dog! You gave me a ton a great information on stoves, I really appreciate you taking the time to pass on the knowledge.
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    My first backpacking tent! Vargo stove, fatwood, and hiking action!

    Dang, the Primus OmniFuel sounds incredible, I'll definitely check that out as well as the OmniLite. I appreciate the suggestions!
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    My first backpacking tent! Vargo stove, fatwood, and hiking action!

    @terjee great tip brother! You're totally right about the price, keeps going up and up as weight and ruggedness goes down. I used the Vargo stove 6 times on that trip and once it died on me even with the wind guard. I"ll have to test it some more, but I followed instructions by filling it all...
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    My first backpacking tent! Vargo stove, fatwood, and hiking action!

    I usually car camp and bring really heavy gear with me, but this summer I decided to venture deeper into the woods and try to see what lies beyond the road. At 5 lbs this tent isn't considered "ultra light" by any means. Next time I'm going to leave the tent pegs and tent footprint at home to...
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    [REVIEW] CVLIFE Flashlight (1x18650) (Pictures, Beamshots, etc.)

    I didn't know this brand made flashlights. I bough a little med pouch from them a few months ago and the quality was just so so.
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    Zanflare F2 video review

    nice review, I liked the video. i'm a casual flashlight guy, so some of these brands are new to me. thanks for the video
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    Fun with UV Flashlights.

    man I'm afraid to check out motel rooms with it. I have one just to check money when I see stuff on craigslist. I have a tiny Nitecore one for the keyring.
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