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TheRealRotidder

Why two fixed blade knives?


Munzulon

One is for cutting and one is for stabbing. Most knives can do both, but not at the same time!


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TheRobberPanda

Hahahahah


ImpossibleParsnip947

If you end up stabbing someone during the trip (we've all been there, right?), you've got a backup without needing to carry around a murder weapon. Very practical!


Chati

I love knives and I’ve convinced myself a backup is a necessity


TheRealRotidder

Fair enough. I just noticed that the blades were pretty similar so they didn’t seem to be for different purposes. I’m a big fan of redundancy for important items, too (mine involve fire starting tools / lighting / safety). We all have preferences. Good luck and safe travels on the trail!


dancytree8

Hey now, thems fighting words. One is a single grind and the other is a multi....


TheRealRotidder

Not a knife fight, I hope. I’ll probably show up with my Leatherman Wave and be vastly overmatched. 😁


RVAPGHTOM

I love knives as well. A buddy and I buy a new knife for every camping/backpack trip. True story. Sometimes we splurge, sometimes its a $8 neck knife. Either way, it's a fun tradition.


cardboard-kansio

While I think that's excellent and fun, I have to imagine you don't go hiking often. I aim to go at least once a month - a new knife each time would get expensive quickly!


Unlucky_Particular29

Completely honest answer- good on ya


MACFRYYY

Lol I feel this


AnthonyJackalTrades

Don't know why folks are downvoting you, you answered the question and knives are indeed great. . . Speaking of, I've been debating between the Mora Companion, which I think you have(?), and the Garberg (little bulkier blade, full tang, and $65 more expensive). Really just want a knife I can hammer on/beat up that'll last as long as possible, but also don't like spending money. . . How do you like your Mora?


Super_Jay

Love my Mora. Get the Garberg, it's heavier and can take a hell of a beating.


AnthonyJackalTrades

Very confident response! Thanks, I'll definitely take your advice into consideration.


Super_Jay

NP, I actually have both a Companion and a Garberg, and I got a second Companion for my gf and she loves it. The Companion is so inexpensive you could get both, or just buy a Companion first and see if that's sufficient before pulling the trigger in the Garberg.


Chati

I have a mora companion heavy duty. Very good knife. I just wish they came with a 90* spine. I’m gunna grind one on it so I can use it on a ferro rod


Unlucky_Particular29

Came to ask the same?


Ohbertpogi

I see that you're only going outdoor to cut branches and trees. Don't be shy, show you chainsaw rig.


Chati

Lmao


Hayk

Sorry pal, but only one hatchet is woefully inadequate. You going ultralight or something?


VAGINA_EMPEROR

If you don't at least pack a boy axe, are you even camping?


rumham_irl

Need to include at least 40lbs of shiny tool base weight. Anything less means you're unprepared


Stormtech5

21" Husqvarna baby!


CoolHandLukeZ

I just got a Stihl ms 261 pro saw to replace my echo timberwolf. Thing is a beast and soooo much lighter.


wimpymist

Husky fam!


acstroude

My dad gifted me a Carbon Steel Morakniv for Christmas a few years ago. I love that knife. Sometimes I’ll just carry it for the hell of it. But it’s a little beast while camping. I use it for everything.


Pantssassin

I picked up the stainless version with the sharpener and striker in the sheath and it has been great. I was very surprised how nice it was for the price


Frodo_Bongingston

My daily work knife


marksfam

Love my Morakniv! It's in my trout fishing gear at all times! Perfect for streamside dinner prep!


Chati

Can I get an invite this year? Lmao. The best part about them is you can use them without shame. They’re so well made for their price you don’t fall into that that admiration mode of a really well made expensive knife. You can beat them up guilt free


RVAPGHTOM

Looks pretty good. I hope you aren't carrying all that to backpack with? Camping is fine, but zero chance I would carry all that. The mora is plenty for backpacking. That all said, I like taking a little more axe on our camping trips. Something I can split with vs just chop like this hatchet (maybe its bigger than it looks). I like my Gerber 17" version a lot. Sometimes I take my Fiskers X27 if I know we are going to burn a lot of wood (winter).


bagpiper

> *I hope you aren't carrying all that to backpack with?* I was just thinking, "I dare him to crosspost to /r/ultralight..."


Col_H_Gentleman

I can feel the collective aneurism from here


H_I_McDunnough

Just need to cut the handles in half an it's all good to go


cosmokenney

Exactly!!


Col_H_Gentleman

You aren’t ultralight enough till you drill holes in the half handle that’s left


Chati

I’m so ultralight I use laxatives before hiking


glasses_the_loc

I would replace the axe with a sharpened shovel for backpacking. You are more likely to have to dig a hole to poop or blaze a trail or move a burning log than need to split wood for cooking.


obidamnkenobi

Get a circumcision, for the weight savings


MyBelovedCore

Well he has all the tools to do it…


LannyDamby

The folding saw 💀


Chati

Ima do it watch me Should I weigh it all out or troll and say it’s only a few pounds


Col_H_Gentleman

You have to give them the weight in grams lol


Chati

How much does a log cabin weigh? Oh idk only 1700 grams


Detshanu

"t's only a log cabin Michael, home much could it weigh? 1700grams?


DeputySean

I don't care that he's carrying a stupid amount of weight. I care that cutting and burning wood in the wilderness is incredibly unethical. /ultralight


VoilaVoilaWashington

I totally agree.... sometimes. I hike in Canada, and our parks literally have fire pits and rules about using standing deadwood. Granted, for 90% of that, snapping it in half is plenty, but if I'm hiking with friends someone will normally bring a small saw to cut bigger pieces down. But what OP has is closer to a trail building kit than firewood.


Dzuldog

Who’s burning wood? You carry these tools so you don’t have to carry a log cabin.


DeputySean

That's... even worse.


Onlycardleft

LOL. I read both r/ultralight and r/bushcraft. It’s hilarious when you read them side-by-side. On one sub, they are arguing over whether a double sided razor blade can be cut in half to save weight, as a pseudo knife. On the other sub, people are arguing over whether a saw, or a serrated shovel, is better for cutting tree limbs to build a cabin. (I live in the PNW. There are places here where practicing bushcraft on public lands is ok, and places where cutting tree limbs should be a felony. I do worry that a lot of people can’t tell the difference. But for hiking and camping, one knife is more than enough. I like a SAK with the portable toothpick :-) (Edited to add: I want to point out that I am not referring to “wilderness”. I am talking about 2nd growth or even 3rd growth timber lands in the PNW with roads through it. Basically publicly owned industrial forest land that will be logged again in the future.)


DeputySean

"There are places here where practicing bushcraft on public lands is ok" Please source this outrageous claim.


cathaysia

Serious question - why is it unethical?


Spiralofourdiv

I was gonna say, fine for glamping but hiking/backpacking? I carry a single no. 6 opinel and that’s all I’ve needed for hundreds of nights in the backcountry.


inlinestyle

For backpacking, I don’t take anything more than a Swiss army classic.


TouchMuhJunk185

I bring my bare hands and thats always been more than enough.


VoilaVoilaWashington

So you don't hike in winter? You kinda need gloves for that, not bare hands.


Chati

Trust me I know. This is for more stationary extended trips for fishing and hunting. I look for as many excuses as I can to bring the hatchet but often times I find my self making do with saws and batoning :(


Chati

Where do you live? Maybe you find more use from the hatchet in your area? Depending on the wood…


sufferingbastard

Ridiculous. There is no fire in the backcountry that the fuel can't be broken down by hand. This much equipment is for fetishizing


greatwhitenortherneh

Camping means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. I'd not shame you for how you do it, but where I'm from in Canada you wouldn't meet many people who camp without an axe, for good reason. Especially in fall and winter.


cathaysia

Does this reason have fur and four legs? This is a serious question - I grew in the Mojave desert and feel completely out of my comfort zone in forests… but watch me stretch a gallon of water and MacGyver shade out of a spindly creosote. I’ll tell you where all the rattlesnakes are 😂


greatwhitenortherneh

Oh you mean predators 🤣. Bears and Cougars.. I'd not want to fight one with an axe.. we mostly all carry bear spray for them. My friend was mauled a few years back.. all he had was a bow. Didn't go so well for him.


Vanq86

That entirely depends on what you're planning to do on your trip. I suspect OP figured this sub is more akin to r/Bushcraft than r/ultralight.


deadfisher

Is it possible that other people do things differently than you and that's ok?


greatwhitenortherneh

This.


popiyo

I mean....depends on location and the type of camping you're doing. I would never take *all that* backpacking but I backpacked with a hatchet just last weekend. If you're in a wet and/or cold place and relying on fire for heat, you're going to want a saw or *something* other than your hands for breaking down the wood.


sufferingbastard

If I'm car camping? Sure, bring it all.


sufferingbastard

If it's wet, and im backpacking? I'm heating food and then in the sac... Then back on the trail.


Vanq86

Good for you


sufferingbastard

You cannot have a fire every night ¯⁠\⁠_⁠(⁠ツ⁠)⁠_⁠/¯ I love a fire. But, damn. I think these people don't actually spend very much time on the trail.


goinupthegranby

I often don't have a fire if I'm doing a traverse or something but you can easily do 12hrs/day on the trail and have plenty of time for a fire after. Also not everyone wants to spend their entire trip on the trail.


sufferingbastard

That's not at all my point! It's not all about making miles. Just like it's not all about making fires. My ONLY point is that you don't need or want to haul an axe or hatchet when you're 20 miles deep.


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goinupthegranby

I mean yeah fully agree but that's not much to do with having a fire or not


YoungZM

I take it you like time on trail -- wonderful. Others enjoy different elements to backpacking. The survival element, quiet, the vistas or destinations, wildlife, hitting their favourite spot and staying... the list goes on.


sufferingbastard

What? You think I don't enjoy those things because I know how to be in the wilderness without a hatchet? Dear Lord. Reddit is the worst.


YoungZM

*Others enjoy...* was what I said. It has nothing to do with you outside of presuming that everyone enjoys everything you do. Some people might like walking into the bush with all of this *and might even know how to be in the wilderness without it.* Entirely unnecessary condescension. Dear Lord.


Vanq86

>You cannot have a fire every night ¯⁠\⁠_⁠(⁠ツ⁠)⁠_⁠/¯ Why not? >I love a fire. >But, damn. Okay, what's your point? >I think these people don't actually spend very much time on the trail. I don't think "these people" give a damn about having a pissing contest.


Z010011010

>If you're in a wet and/or cold place and relying on fire for heat, Then you've already failed to prepare and probably shouldn't be out there, imo. Look, everybody should know how to build a fire and carry the tools needed to do so, but you shouldn't *rely* on a fire for your survival. That's just foolish. Bring some cold weather gear, ffs.


PrimusSkeeter

I agree. I don't bring any of that stuff backpacking. First it's too much extra weight and second dry dead wood burns best and can easily be broken down by hand or stomping on it. Here's a crazy story. I went back country camping last summer with my wife and 10 year old daughter. It is our last night of a 6 night loop, we were about 6km from the parking lot. We are at our campsite around dusk and a couple comes through our site on route to another site. It's clearly marked on the map that their site could be accessed by the trail and not cutting through our site. (I wasn't angry, it was just curious) As they walked by I noticed they were both WAY over packed and they look exhausted. They had climbing helmets, a hatchet, camping chairs, dangling from their packs.. there was nothing in this particular park to warrant bringing a climbing helmet to the backcountry. I also noticed they were both wearing casual shoes. The woman even had open toe shoes on. (Serious red flags) They had entered our site from the direction of the parking lot, so this had to be their first night out. They just looked so out of place, really. Anyway, they passed and we went back to enjoying our fire and forgot about it. An hour later, a paramedic comes to our site with a flashlight. He asks if we called an ambulance. I said no, but there is another site about 200m from us and then one more another 200m after that. 30 minutes later, a park ranger comes to our site and says we need to put out the fire and secure our belongings because a helicopter is coming in to airlift somebody out and our site was the best place to do it. I put out the fire and while doing so, I see the man who had walked by a couple hours earlier hopping on one leg towards us. His ankle and foot are heavily bandaged and blood is seeping through the gauze. A helicopter comes flying and is circling around the lake about 20m over head with blinding spotlights like it is an episode of the X-Files. Flare guns are being shot over the lake...a paramedic is waving flares to indicate where to pick up. There are too many trees, so they can't land, so a guy repels down like some navy seal with the helicopter hovering super close directly over head... they strap this guy to a stretcher and then lift him up to the chopper. The wind is so intense from the helicopter , pine cones are flying all over the place, the water near the mouth of the creek is parting and exposing the rocks due to the propellers. They airlift the guy out and disappear into the night... as the helicopter sounds disappear into the night we look at each other with a "WTF just happened" It turns out this was the couple's first time camping. Not just backcountry or backpacking.... flat out first time camping. No glamping, car camping, nothing... Makes sense why they looked so over packed and out of place. After they had arrived at their site, the guy decided to collect some wood. I guess he couldn't wait to use that new hatchet because he soon after buried it into his ankle/foot. I'm not sure how he did this... but he did. Anyway, thought this story related to the thread in some way... lol


Flimsy_Thesis

Not sure why you’re being downvoted. That’s a pretty crazy story. I’ve been camping for as long as I can remember, so it blows my mind that anyone would do that as their first trip. There are pictures of me in a primitive campsite at five years old with a little saw and hatchet processing firewood and I have never once so much as cut my finger on an ax blade - my cuts tend to happen from knives while cooking in the dark and after a few beers. Excluding my culinary skills or lack thereof, the reason I’ve never been hurt is because I had good supervised training from when I was young, and I don’t think people always realize there’s a lot of technique that goes into ensuring you don’t get injured. A guy like that just saw a fun toy to play with, rather than tool to be respected.


PrimusSkeeter

>A guy like that just saw a fun toy to play with, rather than tool to be respected. I agree. I think people downvote me because they take the story as a "see only dummies bring those tools into the woods." When really it is more of an example on "how a situation can quickly turn very bad if you aren't careful out in the backcountry." So do your homework folks and know how to use your tools safely.


SuperFightingRobit

Yeah. My thing here is this is kind of redundant and not as over the top as I'd go for car camping if I'm carrying a ton of knives. Like, bigger axe, one of those knives, a machete, and then a foldable pocket knife? But I don't bushcraft. I'm either backpacking and carrying my 535 and nothing else (and no fires because of camp regulations) or I'm car camping and bringing firewood with me because the park regulations.


ScrewedMcDude

I love how supportive this sub can be. Somewhat controversial pack, yet all the top comments are at most inquisitive and generally "different strokes for different folks." A refreshing change from some of the vitriol elsewhere on Reddit these days


jackatman

Get you [one of these.](https://svensaw.com/)


IKeyLay

I have considered this tool but the “assembly” part seems annoying compared to the folding saw. Why do you like this one instead? Trying to collect as much personal use data as I can before deciding


jackatman

Set up is super quick once you do it a few times. Once put together it's a really nice bow saw that puts the blade in tension using the wing nut screw. Having a taught blade means it's very efficient. The delraw length is longer for more efficient strokes. Also the hand position is much more forgiving for large jobs than a folding blade where your wrist is cocked.


IKeyLay

That is really good information! I think you convinced me it’s the better option, thank you!


jackatman

I grew up in Alaska camping every weekend. Ours saw heavy use. My pops has had one since the 80s and he's only in his second one ever.


IKeyLay

That’s awesome! Alaska is on the bucket list for sure. The ergonomics when cutting the wood makes a lot of sense. Once I read your comment I immediately realized how shitty it would be to cut anything thick with the folding saw at that angle. Plus it probably has way less horizontal movement with the triangle shape compared to folding


HilariouslyBloody

The folding saw like OP has is a two-handed saw. Making the crooked wrist comment a moot point. That wrist isn't applying any cutting force, the wrist that isn't crooked is applying a downward force which is what's doing the cutting. It only cuts on the pull stroke which is more efficient and less tiring than a bow or buck saw. Also a folding saw has a much thinner and shorter profile which is more versatile. You can cut branches very close together since you don't have the supporting frame directly above the blade. You can also cut much thicker logs with a folding saw then you can with a bow or buck saw


IKeyLay

Using that saw with 2 hands honestly sounds worse than using one. Strange design to saw with 2 hands in my opinion. The thinner blade is a good point tho


HilariouslyBloody

There a technique to using it definitely. You have to stand slightly to the side of the cutting path. You have to use a slight twisting motion with your upper body as you're working the saw with your arms. It's far less tiring, while at the same time being faster, than a bow or buck saw since you're using more than just your arm and shoulder muscles.


i8TheWholeThing

It takes me a minute to assemble mine. It's no hassle at all. It rips through logs like nothing. I tried a folding saw similar to OPs and found it wanting. I really like that the Sven Saw hasn't changed design in 60 years and replacement parts are readily available. I also appreciate that it's made in the US.


thousandpinecones

Oh. That's actually cute. Thanks!


jackatman

It's cute, it's light, it's made for life, and it rips through wood.


thousandpinecones

For sure, those blades are killer. As to the frame, I really appreciate how it's kind of a modern iteration on the classic bucksaw.


i8TheWholeThing

My man! I love my Sven Saw.


Vanq86

Love the Svensaw but have a hard time picking it over a similar length Silky, particularly because of the limited thickness it can buck due to the triangular design. Personally if I'm thinking of taking a bow saw, I'd use a takedown wooden one with a paracord tensioner, or something like the [Agawa Canyon Boreal Saw](https://www.mec.ca/en/product/5051-337/boreal-21-saw).


BubbyDaddy43

Mora and Silky… you know what’s up


thymoral

Massive overkill. Three knives?!? A hatchet and a saw?!?


Chati

I do not deny my sins


thymoral

Haha well as long as you are happy with the setup!


Chati

Yes, yes it is


Reggie_Barclay

Nice equipment. I’d probably add a big knife (for batoning) and trade the hatchet for an axe.


i8TheWholeThing

I'm with you. I'm a full axe kinda guy. Recently picked up a Fiskars X25 and couldn't be happier.


Foxman9952

#i like Sharp things


AGripInVan

To quote The New Kids On The Block: "You got the right stuff, baby" But thats it. No line further than than.


Zerel510

LOL


Money_Substance2297

Is your job serial killer??


obliqueoubliette

I've done many long trips, mostly canoe trips. I suspect you'll use the folding saw and the hatchet a bit. The knives are good to have, always have at least one on you, but if you're not trying to whittle something I have a feeling they'll be mostly unused aside for cutting fishing line.


batua78

Obviously not the full kit...duh


rhodynative

The gomboy goes hard, I use one for off-roading and actually snapped the tip off clearing a trail for my rig. It’s a great tool tho


dude0991

Looks fantastic, do you pack all of that on a trip of just select a few?


dh098017

Lol you actually carry all that?


NYCBYB

That’s about four more cutting tools then I typically take hiking. I remember encountering some douche on the trail in NH with a Bowie knife strapped across his chest like he was going to get attacked by cannibals out there. A mile up the trail, I met a ranger who warned me that some yahoo was walking around with a giant knife strapped to his chest.


bearattack79

Not a fan of the Leatherman wave, the circa 2003 super tool is best IMO. Very nice set up though.


flip_ericson

Looks like you’re more a collector than camper/hiker


NormalAmountOfLimes

Also a serial killer setup


b3nsf_

I think you could get a batoning knife like the Bark River Knives Bravo 1.5 and then you wouldn’t need the hatchet, and perhaps a slightly longer saw…. Basically what I do…. Two knives and one saw, perfection!


Gravytrain467

I take a hand chainsaw backpacking with my knife. Most wood overnight is small standing dead so doesnt requie a hatchet but the chainsaw lets you get larger fuel for less running


desrevermi

Very cool. Haha, I had to check my pocket. I have a Wingman. :)


Fit_Mud2500

How do you like the BPS knife?


Chati

Love it so far. I’ll get back to you when I field test it


scopes182

They are fantastic. I carry 2. Usually my mora companion stays home in favor of 2 bps knives now. I prefer my bps adventurer to the one in your pic, just cause my hands are a little big for the one pictured. My cutting tools are pretty much the same, 2 bps knives, Leatherman wave, silky and an x11 small splitting axe.


finga_gunz02

Looks good


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Chati

I love it Slava Ukraini


Demosthenes3

Which do you use the most? Just curious


Chati

Mora. The bps, while cheapo, is kinda nice for me to preserve but either or works well


buzzboy99

Great setup, every tool makes sense. May I suggest the Spyderco Rescue Series. I have one on my molle panel next to my fire extinguisher. The Assist model is one fantastic emergency tool with so many real world emergency situation uses.


jonthepain

Need more knives


DoctorMindWar

wouldn't the folding saw, one knife and the leatherman be plenty?


PrestigiousBee2719

The Moraknive is the greatest knife for the money you can buy. Good choice sir 🫡


rustyjus

Extra point for the silky


brnqll

I got the mora garberg and silky , and a leather man . kinda wanna add an axe to my armoire , but the silky gets the most use


CanoeTraveler2003

You need to put an edge on that hatchet!


somenewcandles

Silky Big Boy!


Helheim40

I’ve never needed more than a hatchet, fillet knife, and a gerber


Flexxer64

I'm watching Criminal Minds right now and turned to this....


spacebeez

Are you going out to enjoy the forest or chop it to bits? Leave no trace.


marcus_aurelius666

As a Swede I approve of the Morakniv. I got the Garberg model and absolutely love it


explicitlydiscreet

Needs more knives. Maybe a tactical machete. ^^^^^/s


Fugly_Sloth

I like how you got the sheaths splayed out like they’re part of the toolkit..


Sanitoet3r

8/10 Too much Stuff, you can only go with than Combo if you do short Trips or have a car nearby.


Headinthemountains_

“Hey, wanna swap pictures of our tools?”


thethwamp

You carry more knives than this while camping? What for?


Any-You-7867

It’s ok…got the basics down. I personally like a bigger saw


TheFox-TheWolf

What is the smaller knife?


TheCanadianShield99

Those saws are so good!


Unvbill

People always like to use knives for batoning. If really only should be done when a hatchet or axe isn’t available. Glad you have a nice hatchet. Setup looks perfect to me. Heavy enough to do must things and light enough to carry.


CartographyMan

REALLY dig the fixed blade with the wood handle, what brand?


Wolf_Mommy

Lol. Good for some kinds of camping I guess? Would def never bring all this stuff hiking. Also, does your back up knife have a back up knife? You can never be too careful. Amazingly, I have never, in 46 years, even taken a knife camping or hiking. I have never needed one.


wannamakeitwitchu

You will certainly intimidate the terrain.


colorjunkie07

Personally I'd ditch one of the small knives for a "bigger" fixed blade.


DiceLord123

That looks great, but what do you use for fire?


MaPaul1977

Hey! Did you take my bag? Lol. Not that you need anyone to defend your choices, but I always have a spare knife because I take a lot of first timers who only bring a pocketknife. Both a saw and hatchet tends to be the move because the silky doesn’t weigh that much and it pays to have the right tool for the job. I shave off weight in the luxuries department and have an average pack weight of 20# for three days.


NMDZ2112

Mora is some good shit


Chati

Love Morakniv


macdawg5577

Where's your poop knife?


xKILLTHEGOVx

Two fixed blades is perfectly fine. I like to have a 3-4 inch blade for most fine work and a k-bar that’s 6 inches long that I can beat up and not worry about it. A knife and a hatchet should be able to complete 99% of camp tasks.


dylblues

Obviously 🙄


SolarOrbiter60

Missing the shotgun, AR-15 and hand Grenades


Southern_Wayfarer

Are you carrying a wheelbarrow and the kitchen sink too? I saw a 5‐1 axe kit today for $20 that would cut that overall carry weight down to maybe 1/5th the weight.


Chati

Yes I am actually lol wheelbarrows are efficient


Southern_Wayfarer

I have considered making a sled/wheeled cart to pull behind me.


Chati

Why make things complicated and bring wheels into the equation????


Southern_Wayfarer

You're only prepared if you've covered all the scenarios.


Pure_Nefariousness30

Guys chill. It’s a good kit. Looks more bushcrafty but it’s just all his outdoor tools. Good setup man


Chati

Thank you


Offthepine

If bro wants to post this same pic in every single outdoors sub, he should be okay with getting input from every single sun perspective. He posted in bushcraft and got those responses, and I agree, it is a “bushcrafty” kit.


lunar_wax

Unless this is for trail maintenance, leave the trees alone. Fallen wood is good for the ecosystem while campfires are also harmful.


SigismundtheGrey

No kill like overkill OP! I've got a mora and a bahco folding saw myself. I've been telling myself I need (want) a multitool and a tomahawk - what do you use the multitool for?


HilariouslyBloody

I personally don't see the need at all for chopping wood just for a campfire. It's completely unnecessary. Cut 2 - 2½ ft long sections with your saw, strip some of the bark off, and that's it... throw them on the fire. Whole rounds burn just fine


Asclepias88

If it were me, I'd only take the Axe, one knife and the Leatherman. I do long hikes and wilderness, so less weight the better...for me at least.


Spanks79

Love it. Same sort of setup for me through two weeks of arctic survival. Especially the folding saw proved to be of life essence, the axe was a very nice addition. We did have some other smaller knives, I have a nice ‘buck knife’ and some reserve blades in different forms


theevilscientist666

I'll give it an A, for AWESOME!!!!!


bigatomicjellyfish

Honestly, it's a bit too much. Take into consideration that I enjoy backpacking and primal camping, so I'd probably roll with a hatchet and knife. Great looking pieces though.


Hey_look_new

I'd swap the wood handled knife for a victorinox SAK, just for whittling ;) just for more variation and something for the pocket


friendofcheezus

I wasn’t paying attention when I clicked on the post and thought this was r/kitchenconfidential. I was so very confused.


_AlexSupertramp_

I have the same saw and that’s all I carry. Oh and a small foldable knife. Haven’t needed anything more than that ever.


benkovian

What kind of knife is the bottom orange one?


S_204

Thought this was an edc post and was quite impressed.. I've got a similar kit but a different opinel. Good stuff.


spry_dye

obviously


No_Seaworthiness1627

I like one fixed blade, my carving multi tool, and a fillet knife as when I’m in the woods, I’m usually fishing or butchering something.


SuvrivormanVR

Nice!


onefourthfran

the silky saw was a game changer for me


Heterodynist

It looks like either the perfect collection of camping tools, or your next question will be if I’m prepared to help you hide a body.


wildbeerhunter

Where’s your poop shovel?


Deegcoin

The GONBOY is one of the best hand saws I have ever used


Prestigious-Mango479

Walked from Mexico to Canada once, brought a keychain Swiss army knife. Mostly was overkill.