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Nessmuk Trios - Lets see yours

Discussion in 'Outdoor Gear, Survival Equipment & More' started by machine26, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. paul'ie

    paul'ie

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    Jun 6, 2012
    Say Heah Guys and Gals, I usually like going on a Afternoon Delight with a good Trio, and I have a few of them that work good for me. One that I really enjoy is my Rodent 5, my 2Hawks Warbeast Tomahawk, and my Wicked Tough Saw. I have other's too that I can use my Hultafors Bruks 17 " Agdor with too. Recently I put together a real Lite Trio, I teamed up my Mora 2000 with the Mora Hatchet and a Bacho Laplander that really matched together. I do have intentions on getting something that resembles more of a Nessmuk Style Knife, and I'm thinking of the Jessmuk, to go with my 2Hawks Double Bit Hatchet and I even got a Rough Rider Moose Pattern Slipjoint Pocket Knife. But recently I got a Mora Forest Exclusive # 277 that actually works fantastic with my 2Hawks Double Bit Hatchet and my Bacho Laplander, even though I really like my Wicked Tough Saw. But for some reason matches creating the new Trio better. It is a good saw. The Trio is lite and I can easily on person carry the trio and I really don't need more than a Haversack to carry the rest of my 5 C's. It's defenetly a great set. But I'm really impressed with the Mora 2000 Trio with the Mora Hatchet and the Bacho Laplander. It's just the right set for a Afternoon Delight that I enjoy more than going to Micky Dee's for a hot cup of coffee and fries, A much better scenery and by far more enjoyable.

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  2. savage99

    savage99

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    Jan 3, 2014
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    This set up works for me

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  3. mec003

    mec003 Basic Member Basic Member

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    Jan 1, 2015
    I love this thread! Lots of great tool pairings here.
     
  4. Macchina

    Macchina

    Apr 7, 2006
    Really cool thread. Took this today, can't wait to get out again!

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  5. JV3

    JV3 Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 17, 2010
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  6. alewn

    alewn Banned BANNED

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    I have a pc that I can haft if I need to (but have yet to experience such a need). I prefer the bow saw and the multi-tool. I see very little need of all this "crafting". and "clearing". Why not just set up the hammock someplace that doesn't need clearing? To me, that's just part of a proper camp location, minimal need of doing anything to get a night's rest. It's rare that I need the saw, but it's a small, lw insurance policy sort of thing. I've had many x more need of cutting woven wire fences than I have of chopping anything. Of course, they always get wired back together.
     
  7. SAK Guy

    SAK Guy

    Jul 2, 2013
    Thought I had already posted mine.....

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    Winchester USA Even Ended Moose, an old Douglass Carpenters Hatchet and a Russell Grohmann #4 in carbon. That Douglass built my house and has rode along on 35 years of hunting /camping trips. :thumbup:
     
  8. smith357

    smith357

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  9. allen456

    allen456 Moderator Moderator

    Nov 13, 2012
    How about this......
    GEC #77 Barlow, 2 Hawks that I modified and made a new sheath for, and one of my new Rocky Mtn Nessmuk models
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  10. Comprehensivist

    Comprehensivist Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Aug 23, 2008
    ^Great photo and beautiful tools Allen! :thumbup: :)

    Phil
     
  11. REB40

    REB40 Gold Member Gold Member

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    Feb 26, 2007
    Here's my Nessmuk trio.....

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  12. alewn

    alewn Banned BANNED

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    Jun 22, 2016
    I just don't see enough of a need of chopping to bother with much of an "axe". I've got a credit card "axe" and the lid to my 2 qt Artic canteen cup is haft-able. I much prefer to use the little cold chisel for baton/splitting, and the pocket chain saw (rigged as a bow saw) to any hatchet or axe. In the bush, I rarely bother with more of a knife than my daily-carry folder. I do keep a vise grip and a couple of saws-all blades in the BOB, along with a "haftable" broadhead, as a sort of backup blade. The surgical tubing that will launch the arrow has other uses, like sucking water out of narrow, deep holes. as a tourniquet or super quick tie off, The thumb-ring can be used to lift a bailed, hot pot. The slingshot pouch weighs almost nothing. this is not a simple hike kit. It's a shtf kit, but I do sometimes carry all of it, just to practice with it.

    My wife got this for my birthday, and it's surprising how useful it can be.

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  13. upnorth

    upnorth

    Nov 25, 2006
    The wife and I are going to the north woods in a few weeks. I haven't had time to figure out what wood processors that I want to bring along yet. This thread should help.
     
  14. A.L.

    A.L.

    Jun 27, 2007
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    Here's my latest setup.
    Condor hudson bay with convex grind, cs trailhawk modded & rehung and texas camp knife by gec. Camp knife also has sheath I made, hawk has blade cover.
     
  15. upnorth

    upnorth

    Nov 25, 2006
    I still have to figure out what finger/toe remover to take in a few days. Leaning toward the Husky hatchet.
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    May be using a medium ALICE.
     
  16. plumberroy

    plumberroy

    Jan 27, 2007
    I spent last weekend camped out buy a little pond in the woods . I got buy just fine with these
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  17. bore

    bore

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    May 20, 2015
    Here's the closest I've got. Got a couple jack knives but no two blades ones. The Robbie Roberson is a pretty versatile knife. The Estwing is just a fun Ax to throw. The Rat7 is my main knife for walking around in the bush. [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  18. John A. Larsen

    John A. Larsen

    Jan 15, 2001
    REB40, Who made your fixed blade knife? John
     
  19. upnorth

    upnorth

    Nov 25, 2006
    Like many of us here, I could put up many combos. The warden and I leave for the Boreal on Monday and I have decided to play with these toys (although I might swap the 6 with an SRK). The two on the left were bought last winter and I have never had them out....so, play time ! I work, take classes, and I'm heavily into metal detecting for half the year. So my time is often limited. I'm taking the Ti Emberlit, a USGI canteen cup etc. and doing my thing up there while the boss visits girlfriends. I also plan on grabbing another whack of birch peelings. With a little luck I'll pick up some 1700's fur trade rings, see some gorgeous country, have some dirt time, and maybe find some rings water detecting a lake or two.
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  20. MaximIsayev

    MaximIsayev

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    Dec 17, 2014
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    Another modded Trail Hawk, this one's a shorty, only 16" or so, but should be adequate for light camping. Tennis wrap on the handle makes it incredibly grippy, no chance of it slipping.
     

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