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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Looking to setup a winter camp for trapping in the wilderness. This would be a 30 day venture on public lands in the northern parts of the U.S. I have all of the licenses for trapping, taking small game and fishing. I am putting together this packing list below. Some of the things I already...
  2. Urban Survival
    Today I came to the reality that my family and I will die if a long term survival situation takes place. Why did this realization surprise me? Because I have spent the last five years of my life preparing my home, my supplies, and (most importantly) my skills for the potential collapse of life...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hello everyone, I am located in Alaska and have recently started a YouTube channel pertaining to Bushcraft. I would love your input on the four videos posted on the channel. We've really tried to make the videos filmable and added music while I'm not speaking and hopefully easy to watch. Their...
  4. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Using nothing but his bare hands, primitive tools (rocks) and naturally occurring materials, he builds this impressive shelter in the wilderness. By the time he's finished, there's even a fireplace with a chimney...
  5. Delta Packs - Custom Survival Packs
    Today's pack profile is for our premium survival pack, the Alpha, available now on our Indiegogo campaign. Want an Alpha to cover your back? Go to our Indiegogo campaign, where you can customize your own Alpha premium survival pack. Health and First Aid The Alpha’s abundantly stocked first...
  6. Delta Packs - Custom Survival Packs
    Today's pack profile is for our deluxe survival pack, the Solo, available now on our Indiegogo campaign. Want a Solo to cover your back? Go to our Indiegogo campaign to customize your very own Solo deluxe survival pack. Health and First Aid The Solo is equipped with a comprehensive first aid...
  7. Vendor Deals
    Stocked with an abundance of supplies and high quality tools and a number of unique items, the Alpha premium survival pack leaves little to be desired. Whether you find yourself cut off from the outside world for weeks or simply have a small project to do around the home or campsite, the Alpha...
  8. Vendor Deals
    Whether a catastrophe has struck your hometown or you just feel like an impromptu camping trip after work, this deluxe survival pack equips you to make it on your own in nearly any situation. Loaded with all the gear you expect from a deluxe survival pack, plus many more extras, the Solo gives...
  9. Books, Movies & Stories
    What is your personal survival library? Actual books on survival, gardening books, camping books... Really whatever books you think are good to have. My list is some that I have collected over a long period of time and some of them are much better than others. Here are mine: - The Complete...
  10. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Here are some of my hunting tools and photos ..... [All these animals were legally hunted and as far as possible fully utilized as well] [Also see another one of my true life stories called 'My big Black Mamba scare' [post 4070] under the thread 'creepy stories from the outdoors']- and also...
  11. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    How many of you here has tried/experimented practically how to try to realistically survival hunt with primitive weapons/tools out in the wild? I know a lot has been said and written about it by armchair survivalists, but who here can share real life experiences and tips with us? also see...
  12. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Which of the six survival priorities do you think are the most important? Derek from sargefaria goes over his personal opinion! Check it out and share yours!
  13. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    i found this today and have enjoyed watching this young man's efforts; he is humble and familiar with his gear, and has produced some nice videos. Still has lessons to learn but obviously continues to move forward. Enjoy; http://www.youtube.com/user/TheGods1marine?feature=watch
  14. Australia and New Zealand
    Our group is looking for more members. We practice & teach primitive survival skills & we wish to train Scouts & Rangers. We also wish to form an 18th century militia group. Anyone in the Tamworth, Uralla, Guyra, Glen Innes, Armidale NSW area that is interested, please contact me. Regards, Keith.
  15. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'm searching though the internet on how to make a primitive/survival smokehouse and the art of smoking (mainly fish) but one thing that all my results show is the importance of a brine before smoking; however, one thing I haven't found is how to make a sufficient brine in a wilderness survival...
  16. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I've read a lot of people here talking about using wool blankets for a sleeping system instead of a sleeping bag, I'm just wondering what the reason for that could possibly be. I'd take an army four piece sleeping system over blanket any day. Blankets are less warm, heavier, bigger.
  17. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Dave Canterbury has left dual survival, seems all good things must come to an end. From what I am seeing around the net, someone has been selected to fill his place, maybe someone with special forces training. I am sad to see Dave leave dual survival, I thought Dave and Cody made a good team...
  18. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    I just ran across thisa a couple of weeks ago and finished my research on it so I thought I would share it with everyone. I have never found another system near as good as this 3 stage system using nano-silver technology. here is my article on it. http://www.squidoo.com/Purificup I really think...
  19. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Here is a video on haw to make a latrine or toilet in the woods. Note: I used smaller rope and branches to support my weight, you might need to adjust them accordingly to weight.
  20. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Lets post some fire building tips 1) Road Flares - In an emergency cold weather situation - nothing beats a road flare. When your fingers are numb and its difficult to grab a match, the road flare is large enough to get a good grip on. They take up a lot of room in your pack, and the fumes...
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