Fishing Gift Best Bassin’ Grandpa or Dad Engraved Stainless Steel Folding Knife
- A perfect bass fishing birthday gift or Father’s Day gift for Dad or Grandpa.
- A handsome laser engraved rosewood handle and durable bead blasted stainless steel create a lasting design that can handle any job you tackle. Because every piece of wood is unique, the final engraved product may be slightly lighter or darker than pictured.
- Strong 3″ stainless steel blade with partially serrated edge. Closed length is 5″, open length is 8-1/4″.
- Easy-open thumb flip allows for one-handed use. You can be confident using this lockback knife. Engraving color may vary slightly, as each piece of wood is unique.
- Includes a practical nylon pouch with belt loop so your knife will always be at your side.
A perfect bass fishing birthday gift or Father’s Day gift for Dad or Grandpa. A trusty knife is a man’s best tool. This laser engraved survival knife is sure to bring a smile to his face. Knives make a perfect gift for Father’s Day, birthdays, or any occasion. Give a gift with lasting utility. He’ll thank you every time he uses it. Features a bead-blasted, 3 inch stainless steel half-serrated blade. Knife also includes a built-in glass breaker and seatbelt cutter. Thumbstuds on both sides of blade allow for easy opening and closing. Includes a nylon pouch with belt loop. Knife measures 5 inches long when closed, 8-1/4 inches when opened. Because every piece of wood is unique, the final engraved product may be slightly lighter or darker than pictured.
- 8.5″ x 11″ Laminated vinyl
- Includes unique navigation methods
- Use at sea or on land
- Card scales and protractor can be used for actual measurements
New and updated edition of a product that has been in use since 1987.
This card is intended as an addition to a back-up nav kit or just as a quick reference to emergency techniques of navigation without conventional instruments. With it you can find your way across an ocean or across a desert. The card includes techniques of steering without a compass, finding boat speed without a knotmeter, and how to find latitude from sun and stars without sextant or watch. It also includes methods of enhancing your navigation with a watch that has lost the correct time.
It also includes a method of sight reduction devised for this card using the included almanac and low-angle “sextant sights” made with the scales on the edge of the card. Called the N(x) table, this is doubtless the world’s shorted sight reduction table. This reduction method takes more steps than conventional tables, but they will get the answers. It is much quicker, however, to use it for other purposes such as finding the bearing of the sun or a star at any time. It does this very nicely. This table and our long term almanac for sun along with key star data makes this card a complete navigation solution in an emergency.
For best use of the card, the methods it presents should be practiced before they are needed-an exercise that is rewarding in its own right.