Discussion in '5Col' started by 5col, May 21, 2017.
I like anything John Cammenga and crew build. Good folks as well as solid knives.
Me too! I think it will be a good fit for hunters and bushcrafters. More pics:
Additional pics of the Sendero Pack Knife:
Olaes Modular Bandage, 4 in., Flat Pack - Tactical Medical Solutions
This is TacMed's excellent multi-purpose bandage, vacuum-sealed in a flat-pack format. It's a versatile trauma wound dressing--the main dressing has a pressure applicator that can also be used as an eye cup for ocular injuries, and includes removable gauze for an additional dressing, as well as a plastic sheet that can be used as an occlusive dressing.
Olaes Modular Bandage, 6 in. - Tactical Medical Solutions
Same bandage as above, but larger.
Navigation Notebook - ESEE Knives
ESEE's new Navigation Notebook has 45 pages of waterproof grid paper, plus navigation, survival, and escape & evasion tips. Most importantly, it has two transparent map overlay cards printed with different scale grids and a protractor. Good for search and rescue, law enforcement, surveyors, military, backpackers, and bushcrafters.
Outdoor Knot Cards - Pro-Knot
This is an excellent set of reference cards, giving instructions and uses for 20 different knots, printed front-and-back on 6 waterproof ring-bound cards. These are credit card sized. They give instructions for pretty much all the knots you need to know to get the job done in the outdoors, with knots and hitches for climbing, camping, fishing, securing loads, mechanical advantage, and more. I strongly recommend these, for anyone learning new knots, or who may just be a little rusty next time you head outdoors. Really, these are great. You should get them. The whole set weighs less than an ounce, so toss them in your pack and keep them with you!
Those are cool.
Definitely need to order a set.
They're pretty good. I am making my son learn knots from them, one knot a day. Yesterday he learned the sheet bend.