Some great bushcraft tips for using your axe, hatchet, and knife form making fires and help setting up your camp. This is a very in-depth tutorial on how to prepare your camp firewood and tinder that works even in rainy locations.
Video on how to start a campfire with the use of a military style flashlight without damaging it. This way will not damage your flashlight in any way.
Swedish fire torch logs are used quite a bit out in the woods for easy and fast cooking. Lets see how well a smaller version does with a pack stove set-up at getting water to boil.
If you need to build a fire but all you have with you is your knife, You still can start that fire you need. Making a cord to start a campfire takes little time and it can be done by almost anybody.
The top survival tips video covers many of the basic and advanced topics you need to know about to aid your best survival hopes.
If you want to set up a simple shelter, a tarp is a very easy way to do it. If you want your fire close by this video will teach you the best way to place your tarp so not to get a face full of smoke.
Try out this easy way to make waterproof fire starter sticks for camping or the back country. You can replace those Vaseline covered cotton balls and start a quick fire with no additional gear.
This smokeless fire setup video will teach you how to keep your camp nearly smoke free. No more coughing and burning eyes while sitting around the fire.
A bugout bag, also known as a go-bag, is a backpack or a kit containing all the necessary items that a person would need to survive for at least 72 hours in an emergency or disaster situation. The term ‘bugout’ refers to the act of leaving a place quickly in response to a dangerous situation,…
How to put together a superlite survival bugout bag kit for under $100. This setup will allow you to spend seven days or more out in the wilderness.