Land Navigation DVD & Online Streaming
Tech will fail, either in everyday life or in an emergency. This film will get you up to speed on how to effectively navigate your way to safety with nothing more than a compass and a map. If you need more, this film has it from finding where you are, primitive compass techniques, hiding caches, and more…
LEARN: Declination | Compass types | Pace count | How to navigate without a GPS | How to make your own compass | How to correctly read a topographic map | Understand “Declination” and why it’s important | Find where you are on a map so you can correctly navigate towards water (or another essential resource) | Hide and locate a secret cache without losing it | Determine what makes a good compass | Route planning and selection
Cammenga GI Lensatic Compass
This Cammenga GI Lensatic Compass is for those who prefer a more cost-effective means of navigating terrain, in a phosphorescent lensatic compass option. This compass is essentially the same trustworthy model supplied to the U.S. Military. The only difference is this version employs a phosphorescent paint for lightless visibility instead of self-luminous Tritium.
Built to the demanding specification MIL-PRF-10436N, this compass comes with a phosphorus night glow face, and is equipped with a magnifying lens, sight wire, and dial graduations in both degrees and mils to ensure accurate readings.
Aluminum frame and waterproof housing, Cammenga compasses are depended on by fighting forces, government agencies and adventurous outdoor enthusiasts around the world. It also includes nylon carrying pouch. NSN#: 6605-01-571-6052