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How to build an elevated, raised Bog Ken shelter in the wilderness

For many reasons it is sometimes necessary or advisable to build one's survival shelter raised off the ground. Especially is this true in the more tropical countries where noxious snakes and insects abound. A simple form of raised shelter is shown by Fig. 63. To build this shelter we must…
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Convenient method of storing and carrying paracord rope – the “paracord grenade”

Interesting idea – a paracord “grenade”.  The cable ties, which allow you to hang the cord from jackets, belts, and backpacks, are the releasable type – press the end and it releases.  When the cable tie is removed, the rope releases in 10 foot sections making it convenient to quickly…
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Survival fire principles (introduction to “firecraft”)

Introduction to Firecraft In survival situations, the ability to build and light a fire can make the difference between life and death. You can use fire to purify water, sterilize bandages, signal for rescue, drive animals from their homes, efficiently modify the landscape, smoke and preserve food, softening tar for…
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