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Massai Tribe in East Africa Making Fire With Friction

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Wile in East Africa we were able to see the Massai Tribe quickly start fire using a hand drill. It was amazing how fast they were able get to a flame. The Massai use the hand drill as their primary means of fire starting and because of that have to keep their starting tinder very dry. Anyways, very cool video that shows… Read more »

Get Home Bag

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Sootch00 just did a great video on a Get Home Bag. A get home bag is a bag that you have in you vehicle at all times in case you get stuck or stranded and need to make your way home. Sootch00 does a great job of breaking the bag up into three parts based on the time it would take for you… Read more »

Testing a Common Man’s Survival Bow

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Dave Canterbury just posted a great video on testing a Common Man’s Survival Bow. Great explanation about setting up a bow on the cheap. This is not something I would have thought about but this is a great idea for a Bug Out Location to just to throw in the closet. You could get Dave’s recommended bow and a bunch… Read more »

Making Char Cloth & a Proper Birds Nest

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I was thinking about writing up a long post for you on the topic of making char cloth & a proper birds nest to start a fire for survival purposes or for camping but I think its better as a visual medium. Dave Canterbury who is an excellent resource for bushcraft and wilderness survival (Bio Here) has put out two… Read more »