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Re: Survival Knives Compared: Entrek Destroyer [Re: Trumby] #265875 07/21/11 01:43 AM
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You certainly named some great ones Ian! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thumbup.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Survival Knives Compared: Entrek Destroyer [Re: Private Klink] #265876 07/21/11 12:59 PM
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This is by far the best review I have ever seen!

Thanks for the time in doing this.

Re: Survival Knives Compared: RAT-7 [Re: Horn Dog] #1011417 09/25/14 04:41 AM
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I know this is an old thread but this is just a great review!

Re: Survival Knives Compared: RAT-7 [Re: Horn Dog] #1011418 09/25/14 04:47 AM
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YUP, Vic does it up right.


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Re: Survival Knives Compared: RAT-7 [Re: Horn Dog] #1011464 09/27/14 04:36 PM
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Yeah I miss Vic. Great guy


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Re: Survival Knives Compared: RAT-7 [Re: gun dog] #1011501 09/28/14 04:32 PM
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Re: Survival Knives Compared: RAT-7 [Re: Trumby] #1011506 09/28/14 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Trumby
What a great thread. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif" alt="" />

It's been very interesting reading your take on the various brands/variations of knives in the large knife categories.

I have always favored the Chopweiler, SFNO and another is the Satin Battle Rat, a big knife that feels so well balanced that it seems to be half it's weight when in the hand.

My latest favorite is the Skinny ASH, I just love that knife.
Ian


What is it with you Australian guys and ASH knives? I feel a shift in the polar axis again as MORE ASH blades head to the land of OZ!


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Re: Survival Knives Compared: RAT-7 [Re: Horn Dog] #1011512 09/28/14 07:08 PM
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Re: Survival Knives Compared: The SRKW Camp Tramp [Re: Horn Dog] #1040559 05/18/16 08:05 PM
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Say Heah Boys and Girls, Just calle'me lucky. Yup, I was able to get the Ratweiler, I have the Rodent 7 which is one of my Fav's and I teamed it up with my Rodent 4, I luv that combo, But I usually take a Axe and atleast a folding saw and off we go into the bush a yonder. I also teamed my Ratweiler with my Rodent Solution and not to mention a near perfect match. But I don't usually take any other chopper when I use my Ratweiler, I also have the Rodent 9 that I set it up with my Ratmandu and I usually use this set-up when we go for longer stays especially in unfamiliar territory. But even though I teamed my Ratweiler with my Rodent Solution, I still like to carry a neck knife which I also carry with my other combos. But with the Ratweiler I don't take another chopper and I like to use it to scout new areas out I Very much enjoy a Afternoon Delight which is a hot cup of coffee, cream and some brown sugar and a baked potato or anything else. It defenetly is better than going to Micky Dee's for a coffee and fries. Yeah, I guess the width being a little deeper than let's say on my Rodent 7 allow it to be just a little better chopper hence I don't need to take another chopper for what I'm going to do and besides when I scout I like going compact. Yes sir'ee, Just calle'me lucky.

Re: Survival Knives Compared: The SRKW Camp Tramp [Re: Horn Dog] #1040564 05/19/16 06:50 AM
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Sounds like you have some woods skills and know which end of a knife cuts. WELCOME to the Yard! Hope you enjoy it here as much as we do.


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