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Importance Of Bugout Training And Practice

Importance Of Bugout Training And Practice​Finding the time to fit everything into our hectic lives is pretty much an impossible task.  There is always too much to do.  There’s always something that has to be juggled about to make way for something else. We prioritise this and prioritise that, but still things get left out or just …

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Wild Camp Bugout With An Overnight 35L Challenge


Small Rucksack Gear Essential For Bugout And Survival

Small Rucksack GearEssential For Bugout And SurvivalGuest Post & Video Review By: Des, from Bushcraft By Des CattysPhoton ‘FREEDOM’ Micro Personal Safety FlashlightIn a hurry:  Skip straight to Des’s video review here:  orSkip straight to prices & availability here:I would like to ask a question:When you are looking to purchase a torch or flashlight what …

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Practice Your Bugout Bushcraft And Prepping Skills At All Times

Practice Your Bugout Bushcraft And Prepping Skills At All TimesIn this short article I have a video of a recent trip away deep into the woods for a bugout scenario. We begin to make ourselves a bit more comfortable and get used to sleeping under the stars.​ I have plenty more videos on the UK Preppers …

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How To Baton Wood With A Knife And Without A Knife

Basic Bushcraft SkillsHow To Baton Wood With A Knife One of the most consistant task you will do when out wild camping, or in a survival situation, is process wood to make a fire.  Processing wood is simply working the wood into manageable pieces. Once you have processed your wood down to small enough pieces, then …

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How To Make Char Cloth For Prepping Bushcraft And Survival

Basic Survival Skills:How To Make Char Cloth For Prepping Bushcraft And Survival A camp fire is one of the most basic necessities for survival, and there are many ways to make one.  The hardest part has always been how to actually get the fire started in the first place. Using dry tinder that will catch a …

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How To Make A Feather Stick For Fire Lighting

Bushcraft SkillsHow To Make A Feather Stick For Fire Lighting In Wet Conditions Ever tried lighting a camp fire in wet rainy conditions?  Difficult isn’t it.  In fact, sometimes just starting a camp fire to boil up some water for a brew or cook your dinner can be a problem. In this article I want to …

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How To Make A Camp Fire With One Log

Bushcraft Skills:How To Make A Camp Fire With One Log​ Being out in the wild can be summed up in one word – a camp fire.  Having a glowing camp fire is natures TV.  It’s a source of great psychological comfort and reassurance. And epitomises the great outdoors. There are, of course, hundreds of different …

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Training And Practice For Bugging Out

Training And Practice For Bugging OutAll preppers have supplies and equipment to help survive a disaster situation.We have a plan if X,Y or Z were to happen – we all have escape plans if you need to get out of your area, away from the possible danger.In a hurry: Skip straight to my wild camp kit …

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Flint and Steel Fire Starting

making fire using a flint and steel video review

Traditional Methods Of Flint And Steel Fire Starting In this article I shall be showing how to make fire using a flint and steel, and also reviewing the authentic fire starting kit (shown above) For those aficionados among us – creating fire using a Flint and Steel is the oldest and considered the purest known …

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Best Survival Knots For Preppers

best survival knots for preppers the fishermans knot

What Are The Best Survival Knots For Preppers Do you know how to tie ‘proper’ rope knots? A lot of people don’t, and yet knots are a very necessary part of your survival strategy, as they play an important role in so many survival situations.You don’t have to know every type of knot and their …

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Best fire starter for bushcraft and survival

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There are several different methods for starting a fire in the wild – but with the absence of a naked flame, what is the best fire starter for bushcraft and survival. There has always been a few tried and tested fire starting methods that have been passed down through the ages – most will result in …

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