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Jan
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Where can I find if a fixed blade knives is legal to carry around in a given country?
@Jay: I reworked the question on your suggestions. Thanks
Jan
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revised Where can I find if a fixed blade knives is legal to carry around in a given country?
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Jan
25
comment What are some alternative ways of fishing - i.e. catching fish?
wait wait wait. this sounds impossible :D
Jan
25
answered What are essential items in an emergency kit?
Jan
25
asked Gas or liquid fuel lighter?
Jan
25
comment What things should I look for when buying a compass?
what about a Lensatic ?
Jan
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asked Where can I find if a fixed blade knives is legal to carry around in a given country?
Jan
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comment How to safely carry a fixed-blade knife?
I always feel uneasy at the idea of carrying around a fixed blade. I think it may get you in trouble with the law if they stop you with one around. I think if you have a well locked foldable is much better legally.
Jan
25
comment What to do if you're bitten by an adder?
@Ether: facepalm at the joke older than the internet
Jan
25
asked Which side of an emergency blanket should I use?
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25
awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Scholar
Jan
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accepted When stranded at sea, should I not ask for a tow?
Jan
25
comment Are drop bears dangerous?
I didn't feel stupid with a garlic-smelling colander on my head.
Jan
25
comment Where in the Alps is it safe to drink the water without filtering?
I once was in Tromsø, North of Norway. Got on a mountain close to the city, saw a spring. I thought: if I can't drink safely the water from a spring on a mountain at the North pole, I don't know what else I can. Drank a handful. Tasted like freedom, the real one.
Jan
25
comment When stranded at sea, should I not ask for a tow?
@Laura: so I've been told, or at least something like 50%. I have no idea, but I think that towing and the legal implications of a tow at sea fall in the "unexpected" that an outdoor skipper may face during his activity.
Jan
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comment Are drop bears dangerous?
No outdoor site is complete without the drop bear reference.
Jan
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asked Are drop bears dangerous?