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Camping with the wild, in the wild.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve wells Sep 8, 2015. 8 Replies

I decided to take a group of teenage boys to the woods with lots of knives and weapons. I SURVIVED! There were 6 teenage boys ranging from 15 to 19. We did an over night trip for our first one, with…Continue

Paracord and it's many uses

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy B. Buchanan Sep 25, 2015. 15 Replies

I want to see if there are any unusual or ingenious ways of using paracord within the knife realm or related areas (ie - bushcrafting, survival, sheath making, etc.) Let's see your ideas. I have used…Continue

Just a little gardening

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy B. Buchanan Sep 22, 2015. 12 Replies

So I went to my garden this morning to see how everything was doing. Much to my surprise, I found a few water melons doing well. This is our first time trying to grow water melons, so I was very…Continue

A Couple of Knives from Brazil

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Robinson May 17, 2014. 15 Replies

   Here is my non-professional review of my 2 latest knives. I recently picked up two different knives from two different makers, both from Brazil. Thanks to Cesar, I was able to acquire these by…Continue

 

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Ellis H. Roberson commented on Jeremy B. Buchanan's photo
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New Camp cook set

"Hey Jer. Let's go camping.. We put oats in the food container.. Lol. I bet you use it for sure!!!!"
21 hours ago
Jeremy B. Buchanan replied to Jeremy B. Buchanan's discussion Bushcraft/Bugging Out/Camping/Backpacking in the group Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris
"We hiked about 3 miles. They call the area where the rocks are, the devil's refrigerator. It was like cold air coming from a freezer, when we stood in front of the opening. It would be a great place to keep your drinks cold, if you could camp…"
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Jan Carter replied to Jeremy B. Buchanan's discussion Bushcraft/Bugging Out/Camping/Backpacking in the group Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris
"Looks like a great area to go for a walk!  I wonder what is in the rock hole and the icicles there are awesome! How far did you go?"
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Jeremy B. Buchanan replied to Jeremy B. Buchanan's discussion Bushcraft/Bugging Out/Camping/Backpacking in the group Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris
"My brother and I made it out for a nice little hike yesterday afternoon, after work. Here are a few pics from the hike."
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Jeremy B. Buchanan commented on Jeremy B. Buchanan's photo
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New Camp cook set

"Dale - It is a stainless steel set. I was looking at a titanium set, but really not feasible on my budget. Thanks."
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Jeremy B. Buchanan commented on Jeremy B. Buchanan's photo
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"DLKG - I like the stickers too, but I prefer patches. LOL I think this kit will work out well for me. I hope to put it through the paces this summer. "
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dead_left_knife_guy commented on Jeremy B. Buchanan's photo
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"It's kinda gimmicky, but I like how they always include those pathfinder stickers.  Once I was given two stickers with an order instead of one, & it really made the order feel a lot cooler.  Yes, I've been swept up in the…"
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Camillus #31 Fish Knife (1)

"This might be one of my favorite fish knives I have ever seen."
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D ale commented on Jeremy B. Buchanan's photo
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New Camp cook set

"Nice camp cook set, Jeremy. . What's the material .. stainless, aluminum, or titanium ?"
Mar 23
Jan Carter commented on Jeremy B. Buchanan's photo
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"Cant wait to read about the first trip this gets out on"
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Jeremy B. Buchanan replied to Jeremy B. Buchanan's discussion Bushcraft/Bugging Out/Camping/Backpacking in the group Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris
"More gear arrived yesterday. Now I just need to get out and use all of this new stuff. Hopefully that will happen soon, as it is starting to look like spring is on it's way. This is my new cooking kit."
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User/Collector
How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Ran across on the internet
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
No
How long have you collected knives?
31 to 35 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Case pocket knives (Stockman, Trapper, Copperheads)
About Me
Married with 3 great kids.
Interests
Camping, 4 wheeling, Mucscle cars
Other Hobbies
Wood working

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At 5:50 on January 9, 2017, Michael Lee Acree said…
Thank you, Jeremy!
At 0:31 on January 1, 2017, J.J. Smith III said…

At 5:13 on December 19, 2016, Jeff Toy said…
Thamk you so much for the warm welcome!
At 19:22 on November 20, 2016, tim payne said…

glad you shared your first snow pic jeremy

At 6:09 on November 20, 2016, tim payne said…

no snow in kc yet jeremy

At 21:35 on November 5, 2016, tim payne said…

hey Jeremy. hope all is well for you. figured it was about time to drop bye and visit with my friends again.

At 19:54 on October 31, 2016, Lois Relaford said…

thank you for the welcome.

At 17:26 on September 18, 2016, Nathan Smith said…

Thanks Jeremy!  I dig the old Queen knives too.

At 21:35 on August 26, 2016, Mary White Kennedy said…
Thank you so much. I appreciate how kind everyone has been.

I felt very close to my husband today as I cataloged each knife. I never paid much attention to this hobby but as I search on the Internet (better logo, description, history, and name), I am finding that many of these knife craftsman had great stories. It's allowed me time to honor my husbands passion for artisan knife makers.

The cataloging is time consuming but I counted - over - 27 knives without adding in the folding Pocket knives.

Most of the knives have matching sheaths because my husband put the knife makers name on a small piece of paper inside the sheath. I do remember him telling me that he never kept the knives in the sheath because somehow the leather could damage the blade so each knife was wrapped in like a cheese cloth (it's not cheese cloth but like a workman's cloth) material to protect it and stored in an air tight container.

Charles did not buy the knives for an investment but for the beauty of the work. Now I am able to appreciate both.

I do not know mr Mayberry.

Thanks again.

Mary
At 13:50 on July 6, 2016, J.J. Smith III said…

 
 
 

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