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We know that tying a secure knot is an important survival skill. Learn how to tie a traditional square knot, a.k.a. reef knot. How-to shown here: http://www.ehow.com/ehow-outdoors/blog/how-to-tie-the-perfect-knot//?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_content=blog

We know that tying a secure knot is an important survival skill. Learn how to tie a traditional square knot, a.k.a. reef knot. How-to shown here: http://www.ehow.com/ehow-outdoors/blog/how-to-tie-the-perfect-knot//?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_content=blog

Essential Knots for the Outdoors.

Essential Knots for the Outdoors.

How to sharpen a kitchen knife with a whetstone

How to sharpen a kitchen knife with a whetstone

The "gamer girl"

The "gamer girl"

Hilarious!!!!!

Hilarious!!!!!

DIY Knifemaker's Info Center: Fixed Blade Anatomy

DIY Knifemaker's Info Center: Fixed Blade Anatomy

BUSHCRAFT KIT - Inventaire du matériel incontournable. #bushcraft #survie

BUSHCRAFT KIT - Inventaire du matériel incontournable. #bushcraft #survie

Nice image of detail for snare. Will try this one soon.

Nice image of detail for snare. Will try this one soon.

http://www.paracordist.com repin : mooring hitch #knot

http://www.paracordist.com repin : mooring hitch #knot

Knife Angle chart - Every type of knife blade has its own bevel angle. Paring and filleting knives that have to slice through delicate flesh, such as tomatoes or raw fish, have shallow bevels just 5 to 10 degrees. Their edges are very sharp but easily blunted. A camping knife or pocket knife should have a bevel of 10 to 15 degrees; its edge is less keen but will stay sharp longer. Cleavers and chopping knives that have to cut through bone have an even steeper bevel, usually between 15 and 25…

Knife Angle chart - Every type of knife blade has its own bevel angle. Paring and filleting knives that have to slice through delicate flesh, such as tomatoes or raw fish, have shallow bevels just 5 to 10 degrees. Their edges are very sharp but easily blunted. A camping knife or pocket knife should have a bevel of 10 to 15 degrees; its edge is less keen but will stay sharp longer. Cleavers and chopping knives that have to cut through bone have an even steeper bevel, usually between 15 and 25…