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Shady's studying

Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chat' started by Shady, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. Shady

    Shady Extremely Talkative

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    ok folks i have ordered a few books as the net isn't much help with the topics... Mushrooms, british wildlife, and most importantly TREES!!! hopefully the books will arrive soon so i know what things look like!
     
  2. Matt

    Matt Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    a good book is SAS survival guide .....ray mears WILDFOOD....the best bushcraft book by far is BUSHCRAFT ....mors Kochanski....

    i will have all these books at the event in a few weeks time your welcome to have a look at them mate ......................matt
     
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    fishingwalkies Slightly Addicted

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    bushcraft porn as my missus calls it
     
  4. Shady

    Shady Extremely Talkative

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    cheers for the tips, will have a look whilst i am down there and anything i find useful i shall buy.... i am ordering the SAS survival guide as i think that would be extremely useful
     
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    Matt Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    the sas guide is a very handy book mate , we,ll worth getting
     
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    herzog Quite Talkative

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    i think SAS survival guide is a brilliant book,its just a shame that so much of it isn't relevant to where we live. I like ray mears outdoor survival handbook, its very clear and goes through the basics well [which is excellent when you're still learning them like me!]
     
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    bigstancwsw Snare & Trap expert

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    One of us will show you what a tree looks like.