In this DVD:
- Critical Survival Tools for EDC
- Knife Sharpening
- Cold Weather Shelter
- Warm Weather Shelter
- Tarp Lean To
- Plow Point
- Sip Well
- Carbon Water Filter
- Bow Drill
- Bow Drill With a Student (So you can learn from his mistakes)
- Tipi Fire
- Ferro Rod
- Diamond Blowing Technique (You'll never start a fire without this technique after watching this video!)
- All Night Fire (Which should be re-named the 48-Hour Fire)
- Snare Trapping
- Body Hold Trapping
- Paiute Deadfull
- Meat Preparation
- Meat Preserving
Whether you're a day hiker who finds himself lost in the woods, or the hard-core TEOTWAWKI Prepper, this professionally filmed and edited video by two of the self proclaimed coolest people on earth, will walk you through the hard-core realities of staying alive in survival situations.
Imagine being able to walk off into the woods with nothing more than a knife, and survive indefinitely...
The Survival Summit is proud to present Sigma 3 Survival School’s founder and wilderness survival expert, Robert Allen, in his very own full length film, Survival Skills.
In this 2-Disc set, you'll discover the critical secrets and subtle nuances behind how to properly start a fire using a bow drill, how to build a primitive shelter with little or no tools that’ll keep you warmer than a modern tent can. You’ll also learn how to build warm weather shelters, filter water primitively, procure your own food, and much, much more! Many of the skills are shown primitively with no tools, or semi primitively with minimal tools.
DVD - NTSC
Total Runtime: 3 Hours 30 Minutes (2 disc set)
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