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Feb
04
It takes more than the occasional sharpening to keep a knife in top shape. With just a little time and attention, you can reap a much better performance from your blade for the long term, make sharpening more manageable and ensure it’s safe to handle. …
Nov
12
Brett Milewski On the week of the 4th of July, while boating, a rope was caught around the propeller.  This can be a very frustrating issue to take care of, especially when the boat is in the water and the outside temperature is 95 degrees. Everyone wa…
Nov
05
Steve Johnson   Over 4th of July week, my family went camping with friends and cousins. On one afternoon, the family said, let’s go fishing for trout on the stream nearby. I had brought the fishing gear for everyone and most of the cousins had either …
Oct
15
Roy Hampton Having a sharp knife in the field is extremely important for many reasons.  You never know what you will need it for.  Recently, we were in the field and shot a monster bull elk.  The skin on these animals is extremely tough and requires a …
Oct
01
Seth Heinbaugh   Prior to receiving my Lansky P.R.E.P I would use a hodge-podge of products for my everyday hiking/outdoor kit. The usual mix of a flashlight, pocket knife and maybe some spare paracord and blood-clotting agent in case of an emergency. N…