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  1. Keith

    Blade Sharpening & The Whetting Stone.

    I learnt to use this method many years ago from a chap who's occupation at that time was sharpening surgical blades for hospital surgeons. Keith. The Whetstone & file I carry in my pack. Honing & Whetstones 18th Century (Nottingham University Museum).
  2. Keith

    Emp Attack Information.

    http://australiansurvivalandpreppers.blogspot.com.au/2017/11/emp-attack-information.html
  3. Keith

    Primitive Fire Lighting Ebook.

    This book was written for people in Australia primarily, but I have included notes regarding plant & fungi tinders that are also available in the UK, Europe & America.
  4. Keith

    Any Requests?

    We have a variety of people on this forum with varied experiences. Is there anything that you would like to see discussed on this forum? Any information you would like to see? Skills you would like to learn? Keith.
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    Uses For Charcoal & Wood Ashes.

    Uses For Wood Ashes & Charcoal. For removing fur from animal skins. As lye for making soap. I have washed my hands using water and wood ashes. Spread around plants to stop slugs and snails. As garden fertilizer. For controlling mites on chooks and other fowls. Charcoal as a water filter...
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    Just A Word. Important.

    I have noticed that some members are viewing posts but not commenting. Clicking the thanks button is good, but some feedback is better. Writers appreciate feedback, it lets them know that what they are writing has some merit. No feedback can lead to no more writing, after all, why should anyone...
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