How To Baton Any Size Of Wood


With this method you can baton any size of wood (a saw is needed tough)



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hi my name is Lily and today I wanted to make a video about how to split wood using a big knife stay tuned splitting locks can be important when it don't find smaller size food for fuel for your fire sometimes there's only bigger wood available and then you have to split it and today I'm going to split my wit with a knife it's important that you use a big sturdy knife which is at least 4 mils fig and which has a full tang or at least a very sturdy stick thing this knife I'm using here is the SRK survival rescue knife by cold steel and it has six inches and for the knife I'm going to use a Pathan this is a beech wood pattern which is very hard wood and I really recommend to take some hard wood as a Pathan so for patterning I gonna use this lock here this is spruce wood which was dead standing and yeah obviously it was cut off with a saw and I usually take a saw with me in the woods some people like to take an X in the woods you know it's really personal preference I'm the sole type of guy so now let's try to put on this lock here the diameter is the length of the blade of my knife which is six inches so now I want to split this wood here and obviously it's too thick to return through the middle of it and that's why I put on I start at the sides here at the outer layers of the wood with this technique here you can basically put on any size of logs so it doesn't matter if the log is this big or this big because you're just taking up tiny little chunks of the outer layer and the end you will end up with a lock which is getting smaller and smaller and then you can put on through the middle of it okay this is what I've got it took me about five minutes to put on through all this wood here and I think that this technique is very good because it is preserving your knife so there's just no use to go through the middle of every lock because sooner or later you're gonna damage your knife and with this technique taking off tiny little you know chunks of the wood from the sides is going to be very easy it's not straining us it takes a little bit more time but it conserves your energy yeah so that was a quick little video about me patterning wood I think that the toning can be very useful in the wilderness I want to thank you for watching follow me on facebook twitter and instagram and if you want to see more subscribe to my channel

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Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly is a true passionate bushcraft girl! She likes spending a lot of time in nature practicing survival and bushcraft skills. Her YouTube channel is very interesting as she publishes new videos often and also test out survival and outdoor gear to find the best items you can have in your survival or camping rucksack, and the video quality and photography is always excellent.

You can find all her videos on her YouTube channel.

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