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June 2, 2016
Backcountry Bread
Backcountry Bread

Do you what to eat in the wilderness? Kevin Estela gives us a look into making a tasty wilderness treat.

By Kevin Estela
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May 17, 2016
Creating a Bow Saw with your Fiddleback Blade
Creating a Bow Saw with your Fiddleback Blade

Making a wooden bow saw frame is the perfect beginners Bushcrafting project. Everything you need to know is in this article.

By Kevin Estela
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May 9, 2016
Traveling with Knives
Traveling with Knives

Traveling with knives or any other weapon can get you into trouble. Be smart and follow these steps to avoid an incident with law enforcement.

By Kevin Estela
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May 1, 2016
Spring Awareness
Spring Awareness

Some tips that may make your hiking and camping trips safer and more enjoyable this warm season.

By Gryffindor
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April 5, 2016
Pay It Forward
Pay It Forward

Our children are the hope of the future. The more knowledge and understanding we can pass down to them, the brighter the furture they will have.

By Gryffindor
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March 21, 2016
Binocular Use 101.5
Binocular Use 101.5

Part II of the Binocular Basics series is here! This part covers advance binocular skills every one should possess.

By Kevin Estela
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March 12, 2016
Fire Right Now!
Fire Right Now!

Sometimes the ability to start a fire quickly is very important to your well being.

By Gryffindor
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March 1, 2016
Bino Basics: Part 1
Bino Basics: Part 1

Binoculars are the one of the most common items used outdoors. The question is do we actually know how to use them?

By Kevin Estela
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February 18, 2016
Survival Sledding
Survival Sledding

Sledding is not just for kids anymore. Hikers use them to carry with supplies for the snow.

By Kevin Estela
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February 12, 2016
Hatchet Revival
Hatchet Revival

Hatchets are used by outdoorsmen for firewood to simple cutting tasks. But what if a hatchet has cracks or is dirty.

By Kevin Estela
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