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Whittling #20071 05/25/21 09:39 PM
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I found myself alone the other day sitting on the porch of my shed. Next thing you know, I’m cutting on a stick with my faithful old Kershaw. What started out as a pretty big stick turned into a pretty small stick. It got sharp and pointy too! I was afraid it might be a hazzard to a squirrel or something so I broke off the tip and started over. This time, I was trying to make another stick square. It’s a lot harder to whittle a stick into a square shape than sharp and pointy.

How do you guys whittle? Sharp and pointy or square?

Re: Whittling [Re: Mudshark] #20196 05/28/21 11:17 PM
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When I’m alone, I like to whittle round and pointy. Like small, deformed arrows that would never fly straight. I would probably starve to death if I ever had to rely on killing meat with an arrow.

Re: Whittling [Re: Mudshark III] #20229 05/29/21 01:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Mudshark III
When I’m alone, I like to whittle round and pointy. Like small, deformed arrows that would never fly straight. I would probably starve to death if I ever had to rely on killing meat with an arrow.



Sometimes, when there is a swirl in the wood, it looks like an eyeball, and then I think I could carve something cool like a rhino or something, but then I give up on the idea.

Re: Whittling [Re: Mudshark] #20241 05/29/21 11:23 AM
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If I tried to whittle I would find my finger on the floor I don't do good with knives!! running


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Re: Whittling [Re: Mudshark] #20292 06/02/21 10:43 PM
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That’s not good man. Be careful with your digits!

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