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Computer hardware costs a lot in Australia, usually quite a bit more than other counties, but there are some things you can do to save hundreds of dollars on your next PC build. With these simple tips I’ll show you how I saved over $500 AUD on my new Threadripper workstation, but the steps apply to all PC hardware so you can save serious dollars on your next gaming machine! I’m not having a go at any Australian retailers in this video, just pointing out that you can potentially save quite a bit of money shopping elsewhere in some particular instances. ► Subscribe for weekly tech videos! https://www.youtube.com/JarrodsTech?sub_confirmation=1 --- Follow me here --- Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/JarrodsTech Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+JarrodsTech/
In this episode, we check out the offerings from Hardcore Hardware Australia at the Blade Show in Atlanta. They give us a look at the new tomahawks that they have as well as other gear. Check them out at the link below! Thanks for watching! http://www.blackscoutsurvival.com http://www.hardcorehardware.com.au
This is the full review of the Hardcore Hardware of Australia (HHA) LFK 03. This model is is in desert tan with coyote brown handle scales and sheath. I provide details of the knife, field testing footage and my overall thoughts on this excellent compact fixed blade knife. "Undaunted" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Moin, hier könnt ihr die Artikel von Hardcore Hardware Australia beziehen. http://www.com2you-biwak.de/Messer-1174/messer/Messer-nach-Hersteller/Hardcore-Hardware-Knife-Rescue-Knives-Outdoor-Bushcraft-Messer/ Hier kommt iht zur Homepage von HHA. http://hardcorehardware.com.au/home.php Bleibt gesund...Peace :-)
In this video, I review the Hardcore Hardware Australia LFK-03 fixed-blade knife that was sent to me by the Dull Knife Terminator. Follow one of the links below to check out the LFK-03 and other models in the LFK line. Link to HHA: http://hardcorehardware.com.au/hardware/lfk03.php Link to Dull Knife Terminator: https://www.sharpernow.com/products/hardcore-hardware-australia-lfk-03-dgc-desert-tan-fixed-blade-tactical-knife-kydex-sheath This is a great small fixed-blade knife that can be employed for fighting, bushcrafting, and utility needs. It is currently my go-to EDC blade, and I can't imagine replacing it with anything else right now. If you want to see more pictures of the LFK-03, please follow me on Instagram: @survivalkraft. And if you have any questions or comments about this k...
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Taking a look at the useful HHA (Hardcore Hardcore Australia) LFK 02 tactical fixed blade knife. This knife is an exceptional belt knife and is also easily attached to MOLLE gear and is small enough to be placed in out of the way but easily accessible areas of reach. http://www.hardcorehardware.com.au/ https://www.sharpernow.com/
I discuss some of the similarities & generational changes in 3 of the of the LFK series of knives I own, the LFK-02, LFK-03 & LFK-08. HHA US Distributor: https://www.sharpernow.com/ HHA Website: http://hardcorehardware.com.au/home.php Music used: Highrider by Jens Kiilstofte https://machinimasound.com/music/highrider/ Licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/)
I perform a series of rugged tests on the Hardcore Hardware Australia LFK-08 Wharncliffe style fixed blade knife. http://hardcorehardware.com.au/home.php US distributor of HHA: https://www.sharpernow.com/ Music used: Battle of Kings by Per Kiilstofte https://machinimasound.com/music/battle-of-kings Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
The BFK01 is a knife from Hardcore Hardware Australia as their all out hard use knife. This design comes in a couple configurations, one with the paracord/acrylic wrapped handle, and one with a G-10 handle. A strong tanto point and beefy hollow ground blade make it suitable for the kind of abuse that's expected to be dished out by the Australian and New Zealand armed forces. If there is one country that obsesses over a big knife more than America, it's probably the folks down under. NOT a sponsored video. I was sent this knife for T&E, and this exact knife will be sent off to another reviewer chosen by the folks that sent me this blade. The Good: - D2 Tool Steel performed quite well - Strong Tanto Tip - Came very sharp from the factory - Sheath is very sturdy, and gives freedom of mounti...
In this video I cover my initial impressions of the Hardcore Hardware AU combat/survival knife BFK01 "Gen 2", some of its features and then take a look at some of the extras that come with this knife. THE BFK01 "Gen 1" ORIGINAL REVIEW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gG_mhT78dSY “Bane of Chronos” by Per Kiilstofte licensed under CC-BY 4.0 Int’l
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New for 2012, Hardcore Hardware Australia (HHA) has come out with the LFT01, an updated design that is smaller in size and has the added feature of their new 3D contoured and textured G10 handles, lanyard / crab points, MOLLE / PALS sheath, 2/3 the size, HSLD racing tomahawk with the modern weight conscious gunfighter in mind.
Here is my review on the very Badass Hardcore Hardware Australia MFK-02 Tactical Knife in Desert Tan. Check them out: http://hardcorehardware.com.au/ To learn more about me please visit: www.cumasurvivalschool.com Be sure to like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CUMA-Survival-School/424135674299836?pnref=lhc
Here is the Hardcore Hardware Australia Tactical Tomahawk in Desert Tan. It is a BEAST and is made out of D2 Steel. Total Baddass. Check them out at www.hardcorehardware.com.au. For more information on me check out: www.cumasurvivalschool.com Please subscribe to our You Tube Channel and Check us out on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CUMA-Survival-School/424135674299836?pnref=lhc
Stage 2 Testing and evaluating the HHA BFT01 Tomahawk. Tomahawk vs Cinder block. The Tanto point spike clearly makes short work of bricks and similar objects while sustaining zero structual damage (Heat treated D2 Tool Steel). Minimal shock transmission through the cord wrap (no gloves used during test). 4 clean piercing strikes, excellent result. More to follow.
http://davidsbeenhere.com David's Been Here is in Sydney, Australia, touring all the top hangouts and best flavors of the city. In this video, David heads to Bondi Beach, Sydney's hottest beach location found just 15 minutes outside the city. Sitting down at Bondi Hardware, David enjoys some delicious food and refreshing cocktails at one of Bondi Beach's trendiest restaurants. Found just off the beach, this local favorite restaurant serves up awesome sliders, pizzas and other foods to share in an atmosphere that's equally as relaxing and enjoyable as the beach. Come with your friends, hang out and enjoy the scene at one of Bondi's top eating and drinking establishments. Find Bondi Hardware and all of the area's top places to visit in the David's Been Here Guide to Sydney, now available for...
In this episode, we run the BFK01 through a number of tests from chopping to digging to see how well it holds up. Check out our review and blackscoutsurvival.com for more information on this knife. Thanks for watching! http://www.blackscoutsurvival.com http://www.hardcorehardware.com.au/weapons/bfk01.php Twitter: @Black_Scout
This is the condensed footage of my through field testing of the Hardcore Hardware Australia "BFK01 Gen 2" combat knife. The knife was sharpened only once halfway through testing. The knife passed all the rigorous testing I gave it. http://hardcorehardware.com.au/hardware/mfk02-gen-2.php Music used: “Bane of Chronos” by Per Kiilstofte licensed under CC-BY 4.0 Int’l Music used: Calm Before the Storm by Aaron Spencer https://machinimasound.com/music/calm-before-the-storm/ Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Music used: Lock & Load by Jens Kiilstofte https://machinimasound.com/music/lock-load/ Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
LFT01 tactical tomahawk is a compact MOE/CQB tool. The primary cutting head is razor sharp and the spike at the business end has been designed for penetration of stone or steel. The pommel works for hammering and a large lanyard hole for the attachment of a carabineer or rope lanyard. It is intended for chopping, hammering, digging, cutting, as a climbing aid, defeating locks, smashing windows & windscreens and raking out their frames, puncturing steel radial tires, smashing steel clad doors and breaking through walls including those made of brick. The LFT01 is constructed from D2 Tool Steel, has a robust black Teflon coating and G10 contoured handle. Our G10 grip scales are available in coyote & black and are secured with Torx screw, all steel fittings. Find it in Canada at: http://...