Carry this outdoor bushcraft wood auger when you’re outdoors camping, hiking, backpacking, bushcraft, EDC, or building with primitive cabin tools in the wild.
The first step is turning the 1-inch wood auger drill bit where you want a hole (Use a stick through the eye for leverage making the scotch eye auger drill simple). Peg Maker – Another part of this survival multitool is the peg tool. The scotch-eyed auger has a cutting point for a peg wrench—Hammer into a branch for a peg the same size as the wood auger bit.
They are recommended for softwood/greenwood projects such as fish traps, chairs, mallets, ladders, maple syrup taps， and most importantly survival shelters.
Throw it in your bushcraft backpack as your ultimate bushcraft tool over other manual primitive tools and bushcraft survival tools. It even comes complete with a leather sheath!
Bushcraft and Camping Tools has a 1” diameter hole that is tapered on one end to a sharpened edge so that you can make wooden pegs by using a log or mallet to hammer/drill the Auger Head into logs and sticks.
Run a stick through and use it as a handle for the auger – Remove the stick and the tapered portion acts as a cutter to cut round sockets that are sized to fit in the hole you drilled with the auger
This tool practically eliminates the need for making cordage and enables you to make unlimited items and structures – Use it to help you make fish traps, chairs, drinking steins, and other tools like mallets, ladders, pump drills, and maple syrup taps – It will even help you make an entire cabin – The possibilities are endless with this amazing Bushcraft EDC Tool.