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9 thoughts on “Why Batoning Is Great and Why Lanyards suck

    1. yeah the way you are using that lanyard suck there is a much better way it works regardless of where the lanyard hole is. i use it at work when i use my 4lb engineer hammer in the rain and oily mud that gets made when you cut concrete.

  1. Chris from preparedmind101 said in one of his videos, “nothing brings people together like a batoning video.” ???

  2. I totally agree with your ideas about batoning (I even made a batoning video). you raise some really good points about lanyards too. Your always teaching me new bushcraft techniques, thanks!

  3. Actually,…. the reason why we are having this conversation is it’s about selling knives.

    Germany used to make the best knive’s.
    But Japan probably make’s the best ones now.

    Cold steal,… hmmmm, never really liked any of their design’s,….just because of their prices.

    A Nisaku RIKUGATANA Stainless Steel Knife, 7.5″ that’s for digging in dirt that’s my survival knife.
    Book Missing 411,… It’s a guy saying what got them, UFO’s, big-foot, or the jersey devil. (cover up)

  4. Be careful, I’ve seen a cold steel Trail Master snap in half batoning , and that’s thicker than you’re SRK.

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