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have all had the same experience I've had. A car backfires, or something similar, and the gun is just in your hand, before you have any conscious thought about it at all. Sometimes, the reholstering is even FASTER than the ccw draw. :)
 

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You know your Skatchet is a cheesy excuse for a real field tool, it's niether a real hatchet or real knife, pretty poor excuse for either.

Do you plan on making a new handle evertime you need to use it? If not it's not going to take up any less space than a real hatchet.

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what's THAT got to do with ccw draw? Yes, I do plan to do such, leaving the handle in place unless sure of use of the Skatchet in the very near future. It's a LOT easier to carry, especially ccw, that way than is a "real" hatchet. Also, the hollow tubular ferrule makes a good place for the coins. Since carrying them anyway,might as well make use of their weight, yes?Making the sob took nearly as long as making the 3 sided "walking stick", but I"m quite used to having to spend days getting a tool to be just the way I like it to be. My first,canned smg(from scratch) took me nearly 100 hours to get functional. I just consider such "projects" to be interesting increases in my ability andknowledge, that's all.
 

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I just consider such "projects" to be interesting increases in my ability andknowledge, that's all.
Now, if you'd just remember this statement and whenever someone else brings up something they've tried or done, instead of calling them names, remember everyone learns and improves knowledge from trial and error.
 
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