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Produced by Cameron McKirdy

Survival Bros uses an old Gerber “Flayer” knife to chop fruit for a quick product review.¬† This knife is hard to find.¬† Cameron bought it at a garage sale for just $3.¬† Now he has it up for sale on his eBay account: Survival Bros Listings¬† Check out our online Auctions, and bid on some cool outdoor gear.¬† More here soon on your Emergency Preparedness Blog: #survivalbros¬† Please comment on this video, like it, and share the link with your friends.¬† Thanks for watching our channel, and reading our articles!

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Cam recommends cleaning and conditioning old leather with Saddle Soap, or Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam.  But does it work on Lizard?  Let us know.

Produced by Cameron McKirdy and Tactical Gypsy

Survival Bros opens¬†a brand new blade called the Cold Steel Recon Tanto. ¬†Watch the HD video for the¬†glorious¬†tech specs, and the reasons why we purchased this model. ¬†¬†The weapon will be going to Afghanistan on deployment soon. ¬†It’s a magnificent tool, and a work of art. ¬†Plus, since it’s a Cold Steel, you know its been torture tested to the max, and can take any beating you can dish out. ¬†Like the Recon Tanto knife? ¬†Tell us about it.

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In this video we check¬†out a new tool for the woods, cover the details, and our planned usage. ¬†I can’t wait to throw this tomahawk! ¬†The Cold Steel Frontier Hawk feels extremely well balanced. ¬†It’s an excellent value for the low retail price of just $39.99. ¬†Make sure to visit http://www.coldsteel.com to watch their awesome videos, and request a free product catalog and DVD. ¬†

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You can’t go wrong with the Cold Steel Frontier Hawk in your hand.¬†

Produced by Cameron McKirdy

In this HD video I test a brand new blade from Kershaw Knives out of Tualatin, Oregon.¬† I hiked with it in my pocket near the crater of Mt. St. Helens, from the Johnston Ridge Observatory.¬† This park is a National Monument, and a true American treasure.¬† The Junkyard Dog 2.2 is also a gem.¬† It’s a rigid manual opening knife, loaded with style.¬† It’s bold, from the slick pocket clip, to the textured black G10 handle.¬† Kershaw thought of everything.¬† It comes with a protective zippered pouch too, which will keep the sand and dirt out of it, and save it from hard falls.¬† My favorite part of the design is the way it opens.¬† The flipper on the top is easy to grip with one finger, and flick open, and into a locked position.¬† The liner lock is also the beefiest I’ve ever seen.¬† It’s no joke.¬† The blade isn’t closing unless you deliberately push the lock to the side.¬†

Overall, the Junkyard Dog 2.2 is easy to handle, and use.¬† I recommend it fully.¬† I like it’s aggressive design.¬† Plus, for a folder, it has a thick and wide blade.¬† It must also be mentioned that the blade is made of composite steel.¬† It’s quality engineering, boasting both D2 steel, and high-performance Sandvik 14C28N stainless on the spine.¬† The Junkyard Dog 2.2 can take any beating you dish out.¬† Survival Bros has even battoned it with wood to cut kindling for a fire.¬† It has sliced through every material I’ve tried; duct tape, rope, fabric, tree branches, elk meat, and more.¬† If you’re looking for a bigger EDC knife, this one is epic.¬† The JYD 2 retails for $149.95.¬† The version tested is Model 1725CB. ¬†More reviews soon.¬† I’d appreciate your comments.¬† Thanks!

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