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#10201 - 10/25/02 03:39 PM Survival Staff
paramedicpete Offline
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Registered: 04/09/02
Posts: 1920
Loc: Frederick, Maryland
Anyone have any thoughts or experience with this?<br><br>http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1870711165<br><br>Pete

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#10202 - 10/25/02 03:57 PM Re: Survival Staff
Polak187 Offline
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Registered: 05/23/02
Posts: 1403
Loc: Brooklyn, New York
Somehow they don't mention the weight of the product (or did I missed it). I think that most of the supplies inside are semi useless. As a vivid outdoor man you probably own all of them and of better quality. But the final judgment should be made after one treks with that staff for 10-15 miles. If you arm feels like you were power lifting weights all day than this is no a good product.<br><br>Matt
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#10203 - 10/25/02 04:53 PM Re: Survival Staff
Anonymous
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I'm in the market for another staff and saw that one on ebay. My first thoughts were, throw the knife away and get a real SAK. <br><br>I'm against carrying all of my eggs in one basket, so I'd probably continue to wear my current vest in case I lost the all in one survival staff. Besides, I prefer a wooden staff and will probably go with the CS quarterstaff or the 6' ratan staff they sell.

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#10204 - 10/25/02 06:08 PM Re: Survival Staff
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Hey <br><br>Does anyone know the website of the company that makes the Survival Staff.<br><br>Thanks.

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#10205 - 10/25/02 07:54 PM Re: Survival Staff
paramedicpete Offline
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Registered: 04/09/02
Posts: 1920
Loc: Frederick, Maryland
I sent an e-mail to the seller, requesting information on a web site. I will let you know. Pete

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#10206 - 10/25/02 08:36 PM Re: Survival Staff
paramedicpete Offline
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Registered: 04/09/02
Posts: 1920
Loc: Frederick, Maryland
Hi, the seller e-mailed back: They do not have a web site at this time. Here is the e-mail address. Pete<br>dlmcnew@mindspring.com <br> <br> <br><br>

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#10207 - 10/25/02 09:13 PM Re: Survival Staff
Anonymous
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here's something similiar but more pricy, it's made by pat and wes crawford<br><br>http://www.crawfordknives.com/html/staff.html<br><br>http://www.tadgear.com/edged%20tools/crawford_hiking-survival_staff.htm<br><br>

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#10208 - 10/25/02 10:06 PM Re: Survival Staff
Schwert Offline
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Registered: 03/13/02
Posts: 905
Loc: Seattle, Washington
I have the Crawford Staff. It is a high quality unit that can be configured in 3 lengths, and has lots of options. IMHO it is vastly superior to the staff referenced by parmedicpete on ebay. <br><br>While I like this staff very much, I find I almost never carry it. I much prefer my Palm staff or other wood staffs for their "warmth" and overall easy carry (no hidden features, just light weight support with superior pace maintaining swingability).

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#10209 - 10/26/02 02:53 AM Re: Survival Staff
Anonymous
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A few years ago, I tried making a "survival staff" using some bits of aluminum tubing I had lying around, and I never got a unit that worked well enough as a staff to warrant carrying it on any kind of a trip. All the stuff in the handle screwed up the weight and the balance. <br><br> Light weight and "swingability" are critical to a decent staff, and while a staff is not an essential survival tool, it is indeed a very useful item to have in the outdoors. One of my very best was a replacement tool handle, all of $2.

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#10210 - 10/26/02 04:06 AM Re: Survival Staff
Trusbx Offline
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Registered: 01/16/02
Posts: 397
Loc: Ed's Country
Check out these other Survival Staves<br><br> Ranger Rick's staff <br><br>or this<br><br> Rescue Rod & easy walker <br><br>Another thing is....how the heck do you get all the stuff that's seemed to be jammed insided the rescue rod out ??? <br><br>


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