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Knives Tool Folding Fixed Throwing Multi Machete Axe Tomahawk Saw Shovel Sharpener Accessories

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Pocket knife – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A pocket knife is a foldable knife with one or more blades that fit inside the handle that can still fit in a pocket. It is also known as a jackknife or jack-knife.

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Folding Knives › Knives/Tools › Survival-Pax Co.

Knives Tool Folding Fixed Throwing Multi Machete Axe Tomahawk Saw Shovel Sharpener Accessories

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SBrosofAmerica asked What folding knife is better than the chris reeve umnumzaan?

I want to get another good knife that is built tough but cant find one

And got the following answer:

Have a look in the garden stores. A folding pruning knife is tough as old boots, does a great job for being out in the wilds and is a lot cheaper than knives sold in outdoor stores.

Same with bolts and screws…buy a stainless steel bolt from a marine chandler and it costs a fortune.
The same bolt…same material and quality…from a DIY store is less than half the price.
Why? The marine store guy will tell you why…”It’s marine stuff Sir…it has to be good”
Load of old cobblers!! On the make, like so many other places.
Find a folding strong pruning knife…..very useful kit.
All my camps I just use a pocket knife….explained on the link.
This one…standard issue.
http://www.sheffieldknives.co.uk/acatalog/info_35.html . . . . .
http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AqotmPvvzg_3UCE9hBQhFb4hBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20100530154429AAPmxEg&show=7#profile-info-u7WBOpjfaa . . . . . .

sweetie8pi asked How do I make valances for my windows (a lot of windows)?

The room is 30×33 and has three walls of windows. It would cost me a fortune to buy enough valances. Any ideas?

And got the following answer:

I have made cornices for the 6 windows in my living room and three in my dining room and they look nice and are very inexpensive to make.

First, go to JoAnn fabrics and look at the cornice making kit they sell there. If you’re not handy at all, you can actually buy one and put it together to see how they go, but you should be able to get the gist just by looking at the package.

The kit has precut styrofoam, but I go to Home Depot and buy 1″ thick foam insulation (the rigid sheets). I cut them to the size I need with a razor knife and add side pieces to form the cornice. I attach all of the pieces with long T-Pins and duct tape.

Then I cover it with material that matches my decor. If you have some money, you can get the fabric at JoAnns or wherever, but if you look there are places that sell end bolts or seconds that you can get for a dollar or two a yard.

Just attach the fabric with straight pins right to the foam.

My cornices cost about $5 a piece, including the fabric.

You can also make straight valances very easily, if you find affordable fabric. You just take a piece of material 2-3 times the width of your window and twice the height you want the valance to be. Fold it in half inside out and stitch around the three open sides. Leave an small piece unstitched so you can turn it inside out. Then, turn it and stitch a straight line about 2″ from the top and then 3 1/4 inches down from that. That’s the pocket for the rod. You’ll have to cut open the seams in the pocket so you can get the rod in. If this sounds too hard, find a crafty friend who will help you with the first one or get a book on basic sewing from the library.

jenn reyn asked What should I put in a zombie ready kit?

I’m going to make my boyfriend a ‘zombie ready kit’ for christmas and i dont have a lot of money so i was wondering what are some good ideas for things to put in this kit to make it fun and useful. I have MRE’s and thats about it… any ideas would be great. Oh and he’s a tech guy if that helps

And got the following answer:

Here’s what your Kit should have… – Rifle,Shotgun or Assault Rifle. I’d prefer a good reliable sks carbine. semi auto, 7.62×39 mm ammo (same as the ak) and a five round clip. Good all around package…and it’s a relatively cheap to get.

– 300-600 rounds of ammo. Because you never know.

– Good comfy backpack. You’ll need a lot of storage for you gear.

– Sleeping bag. You will have to sleep sooner or later.

– Ear plugs. To drown out the moaning of the undead.

– Red glow sticks. Good light source.

– Hachet or machete. Both make great close quarters weapons and both are excellent survival tools.

– Folding shovel. Another good close quarters weapon… also good for digging latrines.

– Local map. Preferably a state or provincial map with roads/backroads and bodies of water.

– Compass. To work with your map and help you navigate.

– Self powered flashlight and radio. You need to see and keep up with current events.

– Rope. You’ll need a lot, say a few hundred feet. And make sure it’s of good quality.

– 8′ x 10′ tarp. Makes a good, quick tent.

– First Aid Kit. Make sure its not a cheap one, and put it in a waterproof bag that gause won’t do any good wet.

– 12 big thick garbage bags. Good for everything from waterproofing your pack to making a poncho, to making a shower.

– 2 Rolls Paper towels. Good for toilet paper and snot rags.

– 2 or 3 sets of spare clothing. Obvious reasons…

– Dehydrated/Non perishable Food. MREs, Ramen noodles, canned food, granola, beef jerky it’s all good.

– 2 Litres of Clean Drinking water and a means of getting more. Meaning either have a filter kit, or purification tablets or a stove to boil water.

– Deck of Cards and a novel. You will get bored.

– 2 pocket knives. The uses are endless.

– Multitool. again they can do anything from opening cans to cutting wire.

– Credit Card. Who knows when you’ll need plastic…and it can jimmy locks.

– 4 Burlap sacks. If you’d like to make a quick foxhole/barricade.

– Waterproof matches/ flint and steel. You’ll need fire.

sweetie8pi asked How do I make valances for my windows (a lot of windows)?

The room is 30×33 and has three walls of windows. It would cost me a fortune to buy enough valances. Any ideas?

And got the following answer:

I have made cornices for the 6 windows in my living room and three in my dining room and they look nice and are very inexpensive to make.

First, go to JoAnn fabrics and look at the cornice making kit they sell there. If you’re not handy at all, you can actually buy one and put it together to see how they go, but you should be able to get the gist just by looking at the package.

The kit has precut styrofoam, but I go to Home Depot and buy 1″ thick foam insulation (the rigid sheets). I cut them to the size I need with a razor knife and add side pieces to form the cornice. I attach all of the pieces with long T-Pins and duct tape.

Then I cover it with material that matches my decor. If you have some money, you can get the fabric at JoAnns or wherever, but if you look there are places that sell end bolts or seconds that you can get for a dollar or two a yard.

Just attach the fabric with straight pins right to the foam.

My cornices cost about $5 a piece, including the fabric.

You can also make straight valances very easily, if you find affordable fabric. You just take a piece of material 2-3 times the width of your window and twice the height you want the valance to be. Fold it in half inside out and stitch around the three open sides. Leave an small piece unstitched so you can turn it inside out. Then, turn it and stitch a straight line about 2″ from the top and then 3 1/4 inches down from that. That’s the pocket for the rod. You’ll have to cut open the seams in the pocket so you can get the rod in. If this sounds too hard, find a crafty friend who will help you with the first one or get a book on basic sewing from the library.

Jenn asked What are the things you need when a big earthquake hits?

Well last night there was a small earthquake but everybody is saying that there is going to be a big earthquake but i dont really believe them but i just want to be safe so can anyone help me cuz i dont know what i need!!

And got the following answer:

Survival supplies, such as:
– water
– food that doesn’t need cooking or refrigeration
– flashlight
– extra batteries
– battery-operated radio
– first aid kit
– warm clothes
– emergency blanket
– pocket knife
– small folding shovel
– road flares
You can check out the USGS site to see if they have a list, or FEMA, or your local emergency preparedness centre.

asked Can I take a knife in my checked baggage?

Can I take a folding knife in my checked baggage without them saying anything? The blade is not big. Flying from the uk to Iceland to canada
It’s not in handluggage obviously, I’m pretty sure you can. Please, if you have no clue what your talking about don’t answer. I don’t want to say anything about it, or have anything said to me about it there. If I wrapped it up and it was not open would they not do anything about it

And got the following answer:

I always carry a pocket knife, and feel lost without it. When I travel I put it in my shaving kit which is in my checked luggage. I have never declared it leaving Canada or re-entering. My wife and I travel out of country quit a bit, and travel by air within Canada also. My pocket knife is with me all the time.

jenn reyn asked What should I put in a zombie ready kit?

I’m going to make my boyfriend a ‘zombie ready kit’ for christmas and i dont have a lot of money so i was wondering what are some good ideas for things to put in this kit to make it fun and useful. I have MRE’s and thats about it… any ideas would be great. Oh and he’s a tech guy if that helps

And got the following answer:

Here’s what your Kit should have… – Rifle,Shotgun or Assault Rifle. I’d prefer a good reliable sks carbine. semi auto, 7.62×39 mm ammo (same as the ak) and a five round clip. Good all around package…and it’s a relatively cheap to get.

– 300-600 rounds of ammo. Because you never know.

– Good comfy backpack. You’ll need a lot of storage for you gear.

– Sleeping bag. You will have to sleep sooner or later.

– Ear plugs. To drown out the moaning of the undead.

– Red glow sticks. Good light source.

– Hachet or machete. Both make great close quarters weapons and both are excellent survival tools.

– Folding shovel. Another good close quarters weapon… also good for digging latrines.

– Local map. Preferably a state or provincial map with roads/backroads and bodies of water.

– Compass. To work with your map and help you navigate.

– Self powered flashlight and radio. You need to see and keep up with current events.

– Rope. You’ll need a lot, say a few hundred feet. And make sure it’s of good quality.

– 8′ x 10′ tarp. Makes a good, quick tent.

– First Aid Kit. Make sure its not a cheap one, and put it in a waterproof bag that gause won’t do any good wet.

– 12 big thick garbage bags. Good for everything from waterproofing your pack to making a poncho, to making a shower.

– 2 Rolls Paper towels. Good for toilet paper and snot rags.

– 2 or 3 sets of spare clothing. Obvious reasons…

– Dehydrated/Non perishable Food. MREs, Ramen noodles, canned food, granola, beef jerky it’s all good.

– 2 Litres of Clean Drinking water and a means of getting more. Meaning either have a filter kit, or purification tablets or a stove to boil water.

– Deck of Cards and a novel. You will get bored.

– 2 pocket knives. The uses are endless.

– Multitool. again they can do anything from opening cans to cutting wire.

– Credit Card. Who knows when you’ll need plastic…and it can jimmy locks.

– 4 Burlap sacks. If you’d like to make a quick foxhole/barricade.

– Waterproof matches/ flint and steel. You’ll need fire.

asked Can someone provide me with a list of camping equipment?

I will be going for the first time in January and was wondering what kind of gear is good aside from the obvious like, sleeping bag and a tent.

And got the following answer:

Camping Checklist
Preparation is essential for any outdoor adventure. Having the necessary supplies and equipment can make a difference in your overall enjoyment and experience. Checklists are a great tool to help with your organization. Your camping list will vary according to the type of camping and activities you have planned, the places you are going, the time of year and the length of your trip. Add or remove items to suit your individual needs. Please email us with any other items that you would include in your camping checklist.

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Shelter
Bedding

__Tent __Sleeping bag
__Ground cloth/tarp __Sheets/blankets
__Extra stakes __Pillow
__Shade tarp/poles/rope/stakes __Air mattress/sleeping pad/cot/tarp
__Axe or hammer __Air pump
__Mat for tent entrance __Repair kit for air mattress
__Dust pan/brush __Utility bags for storage

Cooking

__Large water jug & water bucket __Potholders/oven mitts
__Coolers/ice __Pots and frying pans with lids
__Thermos __Soap for outside of pots and pans
__Stove with fuel/propane __Cook utensils-spatula, knife, spoon
__Matches/lighter __Tongs
__Charcoal/firewood/buddy burner __Skewers/grill forks
__Dutch oven/tin can stove/box oven/etc __Can opener/bottle opener
__Campfire grill/BBQ grill __Folding table
__Fire starters/newspaper __Dutch oven
__Tablecloth/thumb tacks/clips __Pie irons
__Plates & bowls/paper plates & bowls __Mugs/paper cups
__Silverware/plastic silverware __Mixing bowl
__Measuring cups __Cutting board
__Heavy-duty aluminum foil __Ziplock bags
__Paper towels __Napkins
__Trash bags __Dish pan
__Dish soap __Dish rags/towels
__Clothes pins __Scrub pad/brillo
__Cooking oil/Pam spray __Seasonings/sugar/condiments
__Containers for food storage __Potato peeler

Clothes Personal
__Shoes/boots __Shower shoes/flip flops
__Jeans/pant/belt __Towels/washcloth
__Shorts __Soap in plastic case/shampoo
__T-shirts __Tooth brush/tooth paste
__Socks/extra socks __ Deodorant
__Hat __Comb/brush
__Bandana __Razor
__Sweatshirt/jacket __Feminine products
__Underwear __Toilet paper
__Sleep clothes __Shower bag or 5 gallon bucket
__Rain gear __Camping shower/shower pump
__Swim suit/towel __Other personal items
__Laundry bag __Personal medications–take extra

Miscellaneous
__Sunscreen/chapstick __Flashlight/batteries
__Lantern with fuel/mantles __Pocket knife
__Extra batteries/bulbs __Plastic grocery bags
__Compass __Binoculars
__Bug repellant/candles __Rope/clothes line
__Whistle __Canteen/water bottle/coffee pot
__Water filters/purification/treatment __Bungi cords/straps
__Camera/battery/film/video __Cards/games/toys
__Books/magazines __Duct tape/electrical tape
__Candles __Notepad/pen
__Maps/directions __Reservations info./confirmation
__Misc. tools __Cell phone/charger & 2-way radios/walkie talkies
__Backpack/fanny pack __Small shovel
__Fishing gear/license/bait __Safety pins
__Radio __Money/ID/credit card/quarters
__Musical instruments/song books __Bikes/helmets
__Camp chairs __Travel alarm clock
__Sunglasses __Work gloves
__Hammock __Umbrella
__First aid kit __Hand wipes
__Tissues __Drinks/snacks
__Saw/axe __Small sewing kit
__Park map/guidebooks/trail maps __Fire extinguisher
__Lantern pole or hanger __Hot chocolate/tea bags/coffee
__Collapsible drying rack __Scissors
__Popcorn __Watch
__Marshmallows, Graham crackers, Hershey bars (Smores)
__Tell someone of your plans – give details of where you are going and when
you expect to return, give directions and possible alternative roads that you may take, provide cell phone numbers, vehicle description and license plate numbers, hand-held radio channel and codes that you will use, and provide local authority phone numbers (State Police, Game & Fish Commission, Sheriff Dept, etc.) for the county or area that you will be in.

Basic First Aid

**The following list is only a suggestion of some of the supplies you should consider for your first aid kit. You should personalize your kit to meet your needs, activities and situations. The key to a good first aid kit is its usability. What supplies to include and how much of each item should be based upon your individual needs.

__Personal medications __Triangular bandages
__Roll bandages __Misc. Band Aides/bandages
__Adhesive tape __Anti-acids (Tums, Rolaides)
__Antiseptic wipes __Antibiotic cream
__Sterile gauze pads __Aspirin/Ibuprofen/Tylenol/Naproxin
__Cotton swabs __Hydrogen Peroxide
__Tweezers __Ace bandages
__Safety pins __Sunburn lotion
__Scissors __Burn ointment
__Bee sting kit __Snake bit kit
__Sinus medications __Eye drops
__Tissues __Poison ivy cream/cleansers
__Bug repellant __Heat/cold packs
__Sunscreen __Small flashlight
__Notepad/pen __Latex gloves
__Sterile compresses __Antibacterial soap
__Splinting materials __Thermometer
__Personal information/contact person __Coins for emergency phone calls
__Feminine products __Antibiotic soap
__Ipecac __Butterfly bandages
__Razor blades __Twine
__Plastic bags __Mole skin for blisters
__Small bottle of water __Road flares
__Blanket __First aid manual
__Other personal needs __Nail clippers
__Small mirror

and have lots of fun!!!