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Got some nice natural forks whilst having a mooch in the rain, earlier today.

Could've got a few more, but the saw on my Leatherman was a bit too small to cut the last few down, so I've just made a mental note in my head where they are.

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They'll take some work after drying out, but they all form nicely to the hand when holding them, so hopefully they'll make some fun little shooters!
 

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Nice forks …..suggestion for a more harmonious mooching outcome if I may ?
( get a real folding saw and holster that Leatherman brother, lol )

Try this which is my favorite



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Fiskars Sw75. immediately unzipped it back then on the way home from the toolshop...
it's a pullsaw, the blade is thin and cuts effortlessly, max 12cm in diameter.
That's a neat little saw, that'd be ideal for metal detecting as I sometimes get snagged in all kinds of thorny hell, and the Opinel saw requires two hands to open and lock.

I've got a pair of Fiskars ratchet secateurs about the place somewhere, they're great for quick harvesting of small forks. 👍
 
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