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How To Make Charcoal At Home

“Charcoal is 8$ a bag. WHY pay that when you can make your own out of hardwood prunings, at home – even if you live in the suburbs! If you use the indirect method, which burns the gasses, and use a clean burning fuel (such as natural or LP gas) the emissions are mostly water […]

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101 Uses Of Paracord – Survival, Homesteading and Zombies

Paracord is a great survival tool. What is paracord? Paracord is short for parachute cord, and is a lightweight, yet strong nylon rope used for parachutes in WWII. It’s also known as 550 paracord or 550 cord. This video is going to take you on a ride through 101 different uses for paracord…

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Seven Sustainable Tents To Enjoy Nature

Want to get out of your daily, boring routine? Go for camping. It is not only fun and adventurous but also allows us to get closer to nature and shows us new facets and aspects. But camping has some negative effects also because it causes pollution and leads to dumping caused due to human settlements. […]

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The Take Down Survival Bow & Arrow

“I am a big fan of the Bow & Arrow for many reasons. I personally think that anyone who has an interest in primitive survival skills or modern urban survival should seriously consider purchasing a good Bow & Arrow and become proficient in using it. There are 100s of bows to choose from. My Bow […]

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How To Make An Uber Match

“The ability to get a fire going can be the difference between life and death. That is why I always have multiple means of creating one at my disposal. The Uber Match is simple to make, and when done correctly is reliable, along with being highly water and wind resistant. Though traditionally made using strike […]

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20 Essential Knots You Should Know How To Tie

“Knot tying has always been one of those key outdoor skills that the inexperienced take for granted. The experienced outdoorsman, however, has had enough success and failure to know that there are right and wrong knots for certain jobs. A good knot can save lives when you’re dealing with a survival situation, performing first aid, […]

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Eating Insects For Survival

“Insects are the most abundant life form on earth and, except during winter, are the first foods anyone should turn to for sustenance upon becoming lost or stranded. Not only can bugs be found in large quantities, but they are highly nutritious, being rich in fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. The main caveat is that people […]

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How To Make Survival Cement

One of the most useful substances one can use outdoors is Survival Cement. This mixture of mud and grasses can be used for a multitude of projects, from construction of shelters, cooking structures, kilns and food caches, to wrapping food for clay bakingĀ and much more. Survival cement has been used throughout the eons of history […]

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How To Make A Long Term Survival Shelter

How To Make A Long Term Survival Shelter – This is a video on how to build a long term survival shelter as the Swedish army often use, this shelter is great at capturing the heat from the fire and making it warm and comfortable when you are sleeping in it…

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How To Build A Fire

Building a fire is the most important task when dealing with survival in the wilderness. Be sure to build yours in a sandy or rocky area or near a supply of sand and water as to avoid forest fires. The most common mistakes made by those attempting to build a fire are: choosing poor tinder, […]

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