What is people's opinions on these 2 books,
Which one has the edge over the other.
I have the sas one by John lofty wise man, I was considering getting the survival handbook essential skills for outdoor adventure.
But have the got the same content or written in a different way?
Most people who have prepped for a while have at least heard of this book and I’m sure many of you have it. It’s written by John “Lofty” Wiseman a former SAS operator who taught survival skills to other SAS members. He’s apparently an old-timer, mentioning operations in pre-Vietnam War era...
I've owned a copy of the SAS survival handbook for over 15 years now and also have the pocket version in my pack.
Its clear concise and cheap and written from the experience of John "lofty" wiseman http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lofty_Wiseman at the time the youngest person ever to pass selection...
Thought i'd post a few pics of the S.A.S long range patrol vehicles.
Just chopped landrovers with a extra long range tank.
Some good basics for modifing any 4x4 for desert ops.
-remove/fold down windscreen & chop top off for clear field of fire. Very few of us will ever be able to afford any...
Ive ordered a smock from this company in the UK
The smock is made from a dense Oxford Weave cloth which is wind proof and water resistant.
Its designed to wear in layers which provides the best system for keeping warm and cooling down.
The jacket makes no noise when...
Hi to all,
My name is Lyndon and I work with Lofty Wiseman in the UK teaching survival. We recently released a new DVD on the subject and started selling it in Europe and the USA at the end of 2008. The DVD is based on the same survival principles as also covered in the SAS Survival Handbook -...
The SAS combat handbook - by Jon E. Lewis
The Lyons press 2001, first published in the UK in 1997
Reviewed by Wolfe
I was actually pretty curious about this book. The description said: 'fighting tactiques of the world's most rugged soldiers', that sounded pretty promising. I was pretty...
I got the idea from my SAS guide, but my tin is a lot different.
The book recomends:
Needles and Thread
Fish Hooks and line