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Natural Cordage Survival Friction Fire


Lonnie produces a friction fire ember using a natural cordage that he gets in the woods. A fairly quick, easy, non complicated way of producing cordage that works well for this method of friction fire. This friction fire method is the traditional method used by the Eskimo people group for generations and is known as the "Eskimo strap drill" or "arctic strap drill" method.

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Far North Bushcraft And Survival

Far North Bushcraft And Survival

Far North Bushcraft And Survival will teach you about many long forgotten tricks and tips of the old time woodsmen. Not only will you learn about bushcraft / woodcraft but you will learn many things that will help you to survive in a less than ideal "survival" situations as well.

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