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Friction Fire Using Punk Wood Hearth


Lonnie demonstrates a method of friction fire that is a little different than your standard bow and drill and hearth friction fire. The tips given here just might allow folks who live in hardwood forest areas to be able to use woods that normally are poor friction fire wood types. This method is also not quite so labor intensive as the standard "notched" hearth. Because of this unique difference, this may be a good method to know for survival situations. Another method to add to the repertoire of the knowledgeable survivalist.

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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.

You can find all his videos on his YouTube channel.

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