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Why Batoning Is Great and Why Lanyards suck

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10 thoughts on “Why Batoning Is Great and Why Lanyards suck

    1. Survival Lilly hey I love your videos Could you please make a video on keeping bugs and spider webs out of my shelter. I find spiderwebs where I sleep in my shelter

    2. yeah the way you are using that lanyard suck there is a much better way it works regardless of where the lanyard hole is. i use it at work when i use my 4lb engineer hammer in the rain and oily mud that gets made when you cut concrete.

  1. Hey Lilly. Love your videos. I enjoy the gear tests you do. How about a video about gear storage at home and in the bush?

  2. A small lanyard big enough for your pinky helps with chopping. But anything larger gets in the way imo.

  3. In the Alaska range mountains where my cabin is, we have big trees. Even the limbs are 4-8″ thick, so I really must carry an ax, but I use a Cold Steel srx to baton, when I can…ya…

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