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All Forum Posts by Karl Kerschner

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Backpackable Wood Stoves for winter conditions = effective adaptation
IMO that this article is consistent with UL Backpacking, certainly with backpacking-light. UL Backpacking is viewed by many as a philosophy and method set that includes the use of modern, ofte...

In Editor's Roundtable » Backpackable Wood Stoves: Theory and Ultralight Application
February 05, 12:05pm

McHale Packs
If BPL is going to review framed packs then I submit that comparable McHale packs merit a review. McHale has provided these same features in more sophisticated forms for decades, and during at le...

In Editor's Roundtable » Paradox Packs Evolution pack system review
January 15, 11:57am

prototype Critter CR-1 Stand over alcohol stove
Q&A as requested by the author of the article "Ultralight Group Cooking" ;-) 1.Does this idea have merit? Yes, if your alcohol stove requires a stand. Its greatest value mig...

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Group Cooking
September 04, 2:27pm

thanks to Javan Dempsey
Thanks Javan for your posts. No doubt is based on a considerable amount of study, research and practice. Good stuff.

In GEAR » Anyone have the Buck Hartsook Ultralight....or Boker Grasshopper knife?
April 05, 9:54pm

BRKT Pocket Bravo @ 1.25 oz.
The Buck Hartsook is a great UL knife and it has its limitations. It can split small diameter wood well and is a help cooking. But without a handle IMO it's thin tang is just too hard on the h...

In GEAR » Anyone have the Buck Hartsook Ultralight....or Boker Grasshopper knife?
April 05, 4:58pm

Re: Re: Winter Firebuilding Techniques (Video)
@ Brian UL, your point that small belt axes are much more dangerous than full size axes is very important. More skill is required. Kochanski demonstrates using five or so wooden wedges of var...

In Editor's Roundtable » Winter Firebuilding Techniques (Video)
February 20, 10:10pm

$23+ship for a similar hatchet of same wt. and length, made in USA
A less expensive alternative to the $160 GB Belt Axe is the $23+ shipping Vaughan Sub-zero, Sportsmans Axe distributed by www.forestry-supplies.com using a slightly modified name. The quality is hi...

In Editor's Roundtable » Winter Firebuilding Techniques (Video)
February 20, 9:42pm

All Reader Reviews by Karl Kerschner

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Tiny Knife - Gerber Micro-Lite LST
The 2012 A.G. Russell Titanium Ultimate Pen folder is a lighter replacement at < 0.2 oz. Excellent 1.5" blade of VG-10 steel at 59-61 Rc. Ti scales. 2" closed length. Very well made. But ...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 14, 8:31pm