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US Army Survival Manual: FM 21-76 Paperback – October, 1970
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Foods and where to find them including harvesting and identifying native plants and vegetables; How to fish and tons of unusual different ways to catch them with local materials that actually work; other food from fresh water sources; Trapping mammals, rodents, reptiles, insects, catching birds, and more including how to dress and prepare these; Cooking, preserving food in the wild; methods of fire making including without matches or lighter.
One of the most important chapters tells you how to find the most important element you need to survive. Water from Plants, digging for water, purifying found water, and building a solar water still.Read more ›
As a former soldier and a current survival instructor I can say with the utmost confidence that this book is good for starting fires and not much else. The lack of many details provides a challenge to anyone attempting to complete a skill from start to finish. Try it and you will see! Reviewers giving it high marks clearly have never been in a true survival situation. Thumbs down.
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If you have no clue what to do when you are lost, stranded, and alone, this paperback is your best friend. A wealth of information from water, shelter, and fire how to's. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lightfighter A 3/27
Just to say yes you can download a pdf file of this off the internet for free, but I still purchased the book. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Jenn
Not bad but is old medical advise like sucking snake bite wound after inciseing. Not recomended current paramedic.all black and whot hard to id flowers and plantPublished 2 months ago by william
With 3 sons and 2 grandsons who enjoy spending time outdoors I thought this would be a great book to add to our "survival" library. I don't think we will be disappointed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sharon M. Allen