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More often than not the goal is to keep your gear light weight and easy to move with and while I agree this is good, small tools frustrate the hell out of me. A folding shovel or hatchet will do the trick in a pinch but generally these pint sized tools are much slower at a job than their full sized counterparts. So here's 7 heavy weight tools to keep at your base camp or in your vehicle just in case.
What can I say about the Kershaw 1605 Clash? Its big, heavy, and bulky... All of which points to one thing, Durability and the perfect budget EDC. I truly do like the size of this knife and the way it fits my hand. The assisted opening flipper is at just the right spot for fast opening. The Ken Onion designed drop point blade is razor sharp right out of the package like every other Kershaw I've ever had.
For years I've wanted a welder but just never seemed to get around to buying one. With my latest bug out truck I finally convinced the wife I needed one to complete the project. Using a small hobbyist stick welder I completely redid the body of the truck and welded in a lot of extra steel for added strength.
A hot bath or shower is one of the best inventions ever. Nothing relaxes me more than a nice hot shower at the end of the day. So when shit hits the fan what are you gonna do? Sure if you have gas you'll still have a water heater but for how long. What about remote locations where gas is hard to come by or there's no electricity?
Rain, rain go away. That's what everyone in my area has been saying this year. Currently my yard is a swamp as are the fields and everything else around here. Of course with all this water flooding isn't the only problem. Mosquitoes