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    Smile 38 free bushcraft/survival/outdoor manuals


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    Thumbs up Thank you Dr. Bill

    I'm downloading four books right now:

    *Survival, Evasion, Resistance & Escape (SERE) AR350-30
    *Long Term Survival Guide: Scrounging Metal and Survival Blacksmithing
    *The Construction of Secret Hiding Places
    *Ten Best Traps

    I'm going to read these over the weekend. Then I think there are at least four more after that I'm going to grab and read too. Hella Thanks for doing this.
    Harry
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    Check this out too My friend!!!!

    http://www.truthistreason.net/downlo...ess-Living.pdf

    TRUST ME AND OPEN IT

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    Thanks a bunch William! What a wealth of knowledge contained in these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksterp View Post
    Thanks a bunch William! What a wealth of knowledge contained in these.
    I'm sorry that most people will not even open the web page I attached to check these out

    Glad you and LittleHarryApe did
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    Thanks Dr. Bill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILLIAM.M View Post
    Check this out too My friend!!!!

    http://www.truthistreason.net/downlo...ess-Living.pdf

    TRUST ME AND OPEN IT

    Les Stroud was taught by these people

    Dr.Bill
    Thanks for the links Dr. Bill. John & Geri McPherson are the real deal. This is one of the absolute best primitive skills books available. Coincidentally, this book was originally published as 10 small booklets, some of which I bought from Les Stroud and his, then, girlfriend, Sue at the Toronto Sportsmen Show approx. 25 years ago (???) - can't remember exactly - damn 66 year old memory.

    I'm surprised that this is available as a download because it is currently on the bookshelves.

    As far as, "I'm sorry that most people will not even open the web page I attached to check these out" - their loss!

    Doc

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    Just downloaded a bunch of those onto my tablet.

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    Thanks for the links! Reading through the Wilderness Living book now. For anyone interested, the Hesperian books are available in paper copies for reasonable prices, $15-25 depending on the book, which might almost be cheaper than buying paper and ink and printing them off yourself. Some information that could potentially be quite helpful as part of a disaster preparedness kit.

    That said, I gotta hit the computer store for some printing stuff and make copies of these, would be nice to have a lot of this stuff on hand.

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    Glad you all found this information useful

    I sure did

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    Good link Dr. Bill; that Combat Life Saver self-study guide is a great document and was very helpful to me in the past. The Ranger Handbook was my bible for several years

    Good stuff and there's a link to download both "Where there is no Doctor/Dentist". I have hard copies, but with a Kindle, they can all be easily packed with me...thanks again!

    ROCK6

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROCK6 View Post
    Good link Dr. Bill; that Combat Life Saver self-study guide is a great document and was very helpful to me in the past. The Ranger Handbook was my bible for several years

    Good stuff and there's a link to download both "Where there is no Doctor/Dentist". I have hard copies, but with a Kindle, they can all be easily packed with me...thanks again!

    ROCK6
    Thanks Bro

    Coming from someone like you that means a LOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcelo Cantu View Post
    Thanks Dr. Bill!
    You,DOC CANADA and the others are also very welcome
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    Excellent information. I can't stop reading the Ultimate Guide to Wilderness Living. Within the last week I told myself that it's time to learn to make cordage. One of the first things in the guide. Thanks for the great technological link to primitize(?) ourselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arcadiaknives View Post
    Excellent information. I can't stop reading the Ultimate Guide to Wilderness Living. Within the last week I told myself that it's time to learn to make cordage. One of the first things in the guide. Thanks for the great technological link to primitize(?) ourselves.
    Welcome Bro
    BTW is used to live in Lawrenceburg,TN
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    Nice add!!!!!!!!!

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    Thanks for the link. I've just downloaded a few of them.
    Adam
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    Thanks for the links guys, several downloaded!

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    Thanks Dr. Bill.

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    O.o

    I just saw this thread today. Holy cow, it's like Christmas!
    Thanks

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