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primitive skills

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    Reading Glass Fire Lighting.

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    How I Lay My Fire.

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    Preparing Plant & Fungi Tinders.

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    Flint & Steel Fire Lighting.

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    Making Sulphur Matches/Spunks.

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    Recognising Punk Wood.

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    NO "charcloth" Flint & Steel Fire lighting.

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    Primitive Fire Lighting Ebook.

    This book was written for people in Australia primarily, but I have included notes regarding plant & fungi tinders that are also available in the UK, Europe & America.
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    Primitive Technology. Shelter.

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    Living History Resources. Farming.

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    Historic Uk

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    Living History At Hamptonne. Sustainable Information.

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    Making Fire. Sustainability.

    I don't think anyone on this forum can disagree that sustainability is important post shtf. We live now in a throw away society, & that will not cut it post shtf. Right now we have many choices of fire lighting items, matches, cigarette lighters, magnesium blocks, & ferocerium rods. None of...
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    Bugging Out. Something To Think About.

    Bugging Out. Something to think about. For the purpose of explaining things in this article, let us assume that this shtf situation is going to last for at least 5 years. Let us also say that bugging out in this article means not living in the city. You could be living at a country retreat in...
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    The Cage Trap & The Figure 4 Trigger.

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    Wilderness Living. The Trail Snare.

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    Setting A Rabbit Snare On A Burrow.

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    A Woodsrunner's Day Part One.

    This is part one of a 5 video series on the the skills/equipment/lifestyle of an 18th century woodsrunner. If there is any interest shown I will gladly post the rest of this series if requested. Keith.
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    Good Day.

    Good day, my name is Keith. I was born in West Sussex England but as a young bloke moved to Australia. I have never labeled myself a bushcrafter, though I have been a country lad all my life & am a primitive skills instructor. These days I only teach through my videos. I live off grid in a...