Making a Survival Hand
by Jim Spina
A small, easy-to-use handvice can be readily made out of a
one-inch thick hardwood limb. Such a vice is very handy in stone and bone
working. It can be wedged between two rocks or in a tree trunk to provide a very
steady holder for small projects (arrowheads, fish hooks, etc.).
From The Tracker magazine, Summer 1982,
published by the Tracker School.
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