now summer is approaching i've been looking for any meetups but there doesn't seem to be any soon.
The brockwell woods meet in march was a good laugh
does anyone fancy another session, prehaps for two nights this time?
or prehaps somewhere near the border of scotland? (its only another hours...
Im a little bored so ive decided to start a project to create the ultimate load out guide. Im currently drafting up a list of just about every item that could possibly be used while camping.
Im gona then create a prorgram that will automaticly generate a reccomended kit list depending on the...
until the 6th march it is £50 brand new in go outdoors.. fantastic value considering hey are normally around £90..
no affiliation with the company, just thought i would share for those of you considering a gps
Ok, Been chatting to a few of the lads and gona try and organise a meet.
At the moment, this is all purely theoretical, dates and venues are prone to change over the next couple of weeks.
Two popular suggestions include Kielder and The Coast.
To get to Kielder there is a bus that...
Hi, i was wondering why creating polls are only availible to full members, there have been a few times i would like to create a poll.
I can understand some features such as the rights to trade requireing a membership but im not sure why a poll would need one
so, recently activision hae announced no more guitar hero games will be released.
For some of you, you will be thinking what on earth is guitar hero
For those who know but never played you wil be thinking isnt that just a stupid game?
Hopefully, some of you will have played them like me.
Another 100 thread
Firstly I would like to state I am not affiliated to any products stated in this thread, I am merely trying to round up 100 tools popular with bushcrafters that dont burn a huge hole in the wallet.
Must be either a knife, multitool(SAK or leatherman style), axe or...
After making the thread 100 uses of paracord it got me thing of other '100' threads, so today im starting the 100 materials for tinder
Must be a material that can be procured in the wild or small enough to take in a rucksack
The material can either be traditional tinder, that takes...
SAS Survival Guide
By John Lofty Wiseman
This book needs no introduction; just about everyone whom has an interest in bushcraft has heard of this book. I am going to try and produce a detailed review tailored for the bushcrafter. If I have missed out any aspect of...
Hi, as the title says I want to add some engravings to the blades of about 8 knives. It will be nothing drastic, just a couple of small letters and a couple of japanese symbols.
Is there anyone who could do this for me?
If so what sort of costs and time scale are we talking?
recently i have been looking for something for shelter and im torn between what to get.
A hammock seems smaller, lighter and cheaper but i have never used one thus i dont know what the insulationand comfort is like in comparison.
So far it looks like i may get a DD travel hammock (no...
I've been looking at axe reviews for a while but it's not getting me anywhere.
I want an axe that will be used pretty much only for collecting firewood and building shelters, i wont be doing any carving etc
What i am after is something that can cut sections of tree trucks effectivly.
So far I have had this device for about a week and here is an initial review of what t can do, over time i will post an updated review after some extensive testing in bushcraft environments
Here are the specs according to the Garmin Website
Physical & Performance:
The site has some awesome tools but also lacks some useful features (rather, i can't find them)
A particularly useful tool would be a 'notifications' page dedicated to giving notifications of anyone who has sent you a personal message,quoted you in a thread, new posts appear in subscribed...
Military kit seems to be love it or hate it thing.
What I have not found yet though is a dedicated thread to discussing favourite items from the military to use in bushcraft.
So, what is your favourite piece of kit and why?, it doesn't have to be limited to clothing.
For me, its a 58...
Ok lets try and get a list of 100 uses of paracord.
The use must be specific. A good example is "Tying a tarp to trees". A bad example is "Making knots"
Copy and paste the previous list to keep the thread neat without so new users dont need to skim through laods of pages.
What do you think the ideal first aid kit is for bushcraft?
To help make this more specific here are the following conditions.
For 3-7 adults with average first aid experience (know how to use all common items in a first aid kit)
Can be used in all UK camping environments (fields...