We don't believe we've ever uttered that phrase before, but here it is, the world's lightest non-plastic spork, which matters, campers, when you're toting your flatware, along with your bed, in your backpack. This spork is corrosion-resistant titanium, weighs 1/2 oz, is 6-3/8" long with 3/8" dia hole to hang it from, and sports (4) tines. And you'll never need a plastic spork again.
Sterling silver is so over. Today's bride is picking this modern pattern of a pure titanium fork, knife and spoon in a matte gray finish, so it's equally at home in the forest or dining room. Won't tire you out eating or weigh down the backpack at a mere 14 grams per piece. Measure 6" long and they come on a small titanium carabiner. Matte finish makes for a sure grip, too. You should probably get a service for 12.
How to shoot an azimuth for fun and profit: Get the ultimate direction finder, a lensatic compass. It has a 2-1/8" dia face marked in 5-degree increments, a 1/4" dia sight lens, 9/16" dia bubble level, and a 1-1/2" sight with crosshairs. Measures 3-1/4" x 2-1/2" x 1-1/8" when folded and comes with an 18" long cord and an olive drab belt pouch. For instructions, go to www.armystudyguide.com, click on "prep for basic" then "land navigation," then click on "determine a magnetic azimuth using a lensatic compass." Piece o' cake.
And Lash impersonators can now carry our authentic 6-foot bullwhip. Also suitable for Xena and Indiana Jones impersonators, but definitely not a toy, so exercise extreme caution when cracking. In woven black leather, with an 11" long handle, 5" looped wrist strap, and a 10" popper on the business end. Tested by the Official AS&S Bullwhip Team and found capable of the Hungarian Pig Drover's Crack.
Small enough to fit into the belt-mounted black canvas carrying case (4-3/8" x 3" x 1" thick), but they open up to be plenty big for most binocular needs. These 10X25 binocs have glare-reducing coated lenses, a thin neck-strap, adjustable focus, water-resistant and easy-to-hold rubber skin, rubber eyecups and fine-tuning for the right eye.
No flames means no flames for the wind to blow out. This electric-coil all purpose lighter measures 3-5/8" x 1-1/8" x 5/8" with a retractable coil on one end and a retractable USB plug on the other end to recharge it. Has a 17-second auto-shutoff to save juice. We'll pick one in red or black.
They don’t give them away in bars anymore, so you’d better buy this Matchstick Fire Starter. Has a 1-1/2" x 1-1/8" x 3/8" flint housing and a 1” striker with a small cotton wick around the end. Fill it with a little lighter fluid and you’re ready to start something. Includes a 1/2” clip to hang it on something. A must for camping.
Introducing our multiest multi-tool ever. This chunky monkey measures 5-1/4" x 1-1/2" sq with a pop-up set of binoculars, a 2-1/4” serrated knife blade, similar saw blade and fish-scaler, can and bottle opener, small compass, white (4) LED flashlight, and a flashing red LED for emergencies. You add trio of “AAA”s. Looks to us like what an extraterrestrial would carry to visit earth.
Put your silverware on your belt. This 4-1/4" camping implement separates into a fold-out fork and spoon, and the spoon has a fold-out knife at the other end so you can use it with the fork to cut your pork chops. Also includes a corkscrew (we recommend a nice Grenache or Tempranillo with pork chops), a can/bottle opener and the ubiquitous awl. In brushed steel with a black canvas belt pouch that you should put the thing into fork-down or the tines might catch on the fabric and make you crazy.
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