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The SAS survival Handbook. It's the first one I bought and it's focus is on the surviving with nothing more then a few simple items assuming no real chance to prep. Most of my other manuals are about longterm storage and stuff. That and it covers many different terrains I don't interact with.
 

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i would take my " SAS survival guide" by john "lofty" wiseman.

1) it the compact version, not condensed it has the same info as the bigger version.

2) it is more comprehensive and up to date then the u.s. army suvival handbook (which i have as well). it covers everything from edible/poisones plants to knot making and shelter making in every climate.just all around handy book.
 
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