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What is the Best Fire Starter for your Bushcraft Camp

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on September 30, 2019   •   bushcraft, bushcraft camp, Ferro Rod, fire starting, flint and steel

What is the Best Fire Starter for your Bushcraft Camp

Is the Ferro Rod the Best Firestarter for your Bushcraft Camp? A fire pit or fire ring at your bushcraft camp will likely be a place of gathering. It will be where meals are cooked and eaten, and it might be a place where stories are exchanged. To be effective...

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Essential Survival Gear for a DIY Bushcraft Camp

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on September 30, 2019   •   bushcraft camp, bushcrafting, cordage, Ferro Rod, flint and steel, folding saw, haversack, survival gear, survival kit, survival knife

Essential Survival Gear for a DIY Bushcraft Camp

We all dream of having a little spot in the woods to call our own. You might see people at a bushcraft camp on YouTube or in a magazine. Creating your own DIY bushcraft camp is well within your reach. If you have the right tools and skills it can be very...

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Best Tools to Store in your DIY Bushcraft Camp

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on September 17, 2019   •   axe, bushcraft camp, folding saw, Habilis Bushtools, survival knife

Best Tools to Store in your DIY Bushcraft Camp

There are many tools that the DIY bushcrafter will rely on. Some of them, like a wood mallet, can be crafted from the very wood that surrounds them. Others, like a folding saw, require a little more craftsmanship. You will likely put them all to use in your DIY Bushcraft...

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10 Haversack Uses at your DIY Bushcraft Camp

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on September 10, 2019   •   bushcraft, bushcraft camp, haversack, Oil Skin Haversack, survival kit, trapping supplies

10 Haversack Uses at your DIY Bushcraft Camp

The Bushcrafting Bag of Yesteryear With all the high-speed tactical bags on the market its easy to assume that these are the norm for the average backpacker and bushcrafter. You must remember that long ago there was no bag on the market that was riddled with MOLLE webbing. Pioneers would...

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