Building a Survival Kit starts with the very essential gear you must have on hand if you are serious about being prepared. Before modern equipment and technology existed our forefathers were able to survive and overcome the wilderness with the very basic tools and skills of survival. Dave Canterbury is a master woodsman with over 20 years of experience working in many dangerous environments. His common sense approach to survivability is recognized as one of the most effective systems of teaching known today. In this video instructor Dave reviews these basic tools in the form of the “10 C’s of Survival” for staying alive in an emergency situation. Dave reviews your pack, knives, making a cutting tool, combustion devices, shelter, containers, cordage, bandanas, cargo tape, a compass, candling device, and more. Something as simple as a day hike in the woods can quickly become a life threatening situation. Now you can be prepared.
“…these videos introduce prepping as common sense and reasonable, and they focus on scenarios of a few days to a few months in duration. All of the instructors come across as sane and reliable. These videos would be great to show non-preppers, as they demonstrate how to deal with situations most of us could easily encounter in a normal lifetime. I found very useful nuggets of information in every one of them, despite being a somewhat jaded student of the subject since the late 1970’s.” –Scot Frank Erie, SurvivalBlog Field Gear Editor
“You’ll see techniques critical for survival. The videos review gear and supplies to have on hand, and they go through all aspects of proper planning. Information is presented in a low key fashion. No fear mongering or hype. All of these DVD’s are professionally done. Quality is excellent. No second rate YouTube stuff here. You won’t be distracted by wind blowing into the microphone. No blurry or jumpy camera shots. No poor camera angles or views from a distance. You’ll be able to see demonstrations up close. And you can hear clearly what’s being said.” –John Wesley Smith, DestinySurvival.com
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