Bushcraft Treehouse | WHAT IS THAT? Vintage Tool Wood Joinery (Episode 2)



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In this video, i get out to the bushcraft treehouse site, to try my hand at using an old Craftsman Hand Ratchet Bit Brace Drill #4240 for the first time. It’s a vintage tool i am glad to add to my collection that will help me with my new Bushcraft Treehouse project. I will be able to use this tool to join different components of the treehouse together, such as floor boards, fence post and more. I hope you guys enjoy the video.

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Camera Gear:
Canon t3i –
Canon 75-300mm (Zoom Lens) –
Canon Stock Lens (Normal Lens) –

Knives, Axes, Saws:
Mora Garberg (Black) –
Mora Kansbol (Dark Green) –
Mora Eldris (Neck Knife) –
Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe –
Silky Gomboy –

Backpack:
Karrimor SF Predator 30 –
Karrimor SF Sabre 45 Backpack (Olive) –

Frying Pan:
Calphalon – Fry Pan, 8″ –

Tent/Hammock/Sleep System:
Snugpack Dri-Bags –
Eureka Timberline 2 –
Eno Doublenest Hammock (Olive) –
NorthFace Furnace –

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