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NEW! TOPS Hammer Hawk + 2 More Mind-Blowing Knives – SHOT Show 2017

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Like a magnet, I was drawn to the NEW Hammer Hawk by TOPS Knives + TWO Other BOSS Blades – YACARE Machete and Tanimboca Puukko… Links (Below)…

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TOPS BLADES Show in this Video:

– Yacare Machete Knife – (Not Yet Released – Check TOPS Website – Link Below)
– Tanimboca Puukko – (Not Yet Released – Check TOPS Website – Link Below)
– Tops Hammer Hawk – (Not Yet Released – Check TOPS Website – Link Below)

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David’s TOP 10 Favorite OVERALL SURVIVAL Knives (Wilderness AND Urban)…

SELECTION CRITERIA: Knives on this List are the TOP 10 Knives that I Personally Own and Use the Most that Answer this Question – “If I Could Only Have ONE Knife for a Prolonged Period of Time (in a Wilderness OR Urban Situation) – Which Knife Would I Choose?”

(Shown in NO Particular Order):

– GERBER StrongArm:
– KA-BAR Becker BK2:
– OKC Black Bird SK5: :
– COLD STEEL SRK:
– GERBER LMF 2:
– MORA Light My Fire:
– SCHRADE SCHF9:
– ESEE 4:
– SOG Seal Pup:
– TOPS Brakimo:
– KA-BAR USMC:

HONORABLE MENTION:
MSK-1 Multi-Scenerio-Knife (Shown Throughout Video):

BIAS Alert! MSK-1 is the knife I (David) designed and have been testing / using since prototype #1 in early 2014. This is MY knife. This is the one I carry all the time – Whether on my side or in my pack. As of this writing we are JUST beginning to ship these – so they are not yet readily available. For these reasons, I have excluded the MSK-1 from this list.
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TOP 10 Favorite – BUSHCRAFT / WILDERNESS Knives…

– MORA – Light My Fire:
– CONDOR Bushlore:
– HELLE Odel:
– TANIMBOCA Puukko:
– HABILIS Bushtool:
– ESEE 4 or 5:
– Schrade SCH9:
– CONDOR Matt Graham Bushtool:
– TOPS Brakimo:
– OKC Black Bird SK5:
– Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro:

HONORABLE MENTION:
MSK-1 Multi-Scenerio-Knife (Shown Throughout Video):

BIAS Alert! MSK-1 is the knife I (David) designed and have been testing / using since prototype #1 in early 2014. This is MY knife. This is the one I carry all the time – Whether on my side or in my pack. As of this writing we are JUST beginning to ship these – so they are not yet readily available. For these reasons, I have excluded the MSK-1 from this list.

Favorite – TACTICAL / MILITARY SURVIVAL Knives

– GERBER LMF II:
– SOG Seal Team Elite:
– SOG Seal Pup:
– Gerber Strong Arm:
– Ka-Bar USMC Survival Knife:
– COLD STEEL SRK:
– GERBER Prodigy:

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8 thoughts on “NEW! TOPS Hammer Hawk + 2 More Mind-Blowing Knives – SHOT Show 2017

  1. re quality. is it 4k you film in. when your cameraman panned up from the first knife, I thought the dudes where standing behind my phone. Keep up the magic educational work.

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    Understanding what a gasket or door seal is. Every refrigerator has one. This is a gasket (or seal) that is made out of molded rubber.
    The goal of the gasket is to keep cold in and to keep heat out of the refrigerator. Essentially, it seals the colder air in, and prevents air outside the refrigerator from entering it.
    The reason this matters is because a bad or worn seal will allow cold air to leave the refrigerator, and warm air to enter it. This means that temperatures in the refrigerator could increase, and spoil food inside of it. It will also cost you more money in energy because of the cool air escaping.
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    Determine whether you need to replace the door seal at all. If there are gaps between the gasket on the door and the refrigerator gasket, it’s not sealing correctly.[1]
    One way to tell that you need a new gasket is if your refrigerator seems to be running more frequently, or you just think it seems like it’s losing cold air. You could also inspect the door gasket for condensation or blackish looking mold. If you see either of those things, you probably need a new gasket because the cold air is making warm air condense. If you see cracks or thinning of the gasket, it’s probably time for a new one.
    You could also test the gasket with a dollar bill. Put the dollar bill between the refrigerator door and refrigerator, and close the door on it. Then, try to pull it out slowly. If you feel it drag slightly, your gasket doesn’t need replacing. If it slips out quickly or has moisture on it or mold, get a new gasket.
    You will need to do one of two things: repair the gaps in the gasket or replace it altogether. Replacing a faulty seal will save you money by not wasting energy. It’s not very expensive to buy a new gasket. It just costs about $50 to $75, and it should only take about 30 minutes to replace. You will save energy, so it will pay for itself fast.[2]
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    Consider repairing the gasket if it’s possible. Close the refrigerator door and look at the gaps. Inspect them. How big are they and where are they?
    Use petroleum jelly on the gasket to fix small gaps. Simply pull the gasket away from the channel to expose a couple of inches (.05 meter) in the door corner. Cut small strips of weather stripping. Pack the corner with it by placing it along the channel of the door gasket.
    Push the gasket back in the channel. Repeat the process, and pack other corners if you think that’s needed.
    Close the refrigerator door again and look for gaps again. If this didn’t work, and you still see gaps, you will need to replace the seal.

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    Buying and Preparing the New Door Seal
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  3. 1
    Understanding what a gasket or door seal is. Every refrigerator has one. This is a gasket (or seal) that is made out of molded rubber.
    The goal of the gasket is to keep cold in and to keep heat out of the refrigerator. Essentially, it seals the colder air in, and prevents air outside the refrigerator from entering it.
    The reason this matters is because a bad or worn seal will allow cold air to leave the refrigerator, and warm air to enter it. This means that temperatures in the refrigerator could increase, and spoil food inside of it. It will also cost you more money in energy because of the cool air escaping.
    Image titled Replace a Refrigerator Door Seal Step 2
    2
    Determine whether you need to replace the door seal at all. If there are gaps between the gasket on the door and the refrigerator gasket, it’s not sealing correctly.[1]
    One way to tell that you need a new gasket is if your refrigerator seems to be running more frequently, or you just think it seems like it’s losing cold air. You could also inspect the door gasket for condensation or blackish looking mold. If you see either of those things, you probably need a new gasket because the cold air is making warm air condense. If you see cracks or thinning of the gasket, it’s probably time for a new one.
    You could also test the gasket with a dollar bill. Put the dollar bill between the refrigerator door and refrigerator, and close the door on it. Then, try to pull it out slowly. If you feel it drag slightly, your gasket doesn’t need replacing. If it slips out quickly or has moisture on it or mold, get a new gasket.
    You will need to do one of two things: repair the gaps in the gasket or replace it altogether. Replacing a faulty seal will save you money by not wasting energy. It’s not very expensive to buy a new gasket. It just costs about $50 to $75, and it should only take about 30 minutes to replace. You will save energy, so it will pay for itself fast.[2]
    Image titled Replace a Refrigerator Door Seal Step 3
    3
    Consider repairing the gasket if it’s possible. Close the refrigerator door and look at the gaps. Inspect them. How big are they and where are they?
    Use petroleum jelly on the gasket to fix small gaps. Simply pull the gasket away from the channel to expose a couple of inches (.05 meter) in the door corner. Cut small strips of weather stripping. Pack the corner with it by placing it along the channel of the door gasket.
    Push the gasket back in the channel. Repeat the process, and pack other corners if you think that’s needed.
    Close the refrigerator door again and look for gaps again. If this didn’t work, and you still see gaps, you will need to replace the seal.

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    Part Two of Three:
    Buying and Preparing the New Door Seal
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