Category Archive: Primitive Skills

Jul 24

What Is Instinctive Archery An Introduction

If you like archery and use either a recurve or compound bow do you shoot instinctively or do you use a sight? In this video you will find out that shooting instinctively is a bit more challenging but a lot more fun. Archery Adventures goes through all about what it is and how much better …

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Jul 21

How To Eat Mussel Clams In The Wilderness

If you are ever trying to survive out in the wilderness and there is a creek with mussel clams this video will show you how to create a pot to cook them in and how to use rocks to boil the water. Interesting to watch Tim Jones make an in ground clay pot then heat …

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Jul 14

How To Transport Fire In A Survival Situation with a Long Match

How To Transport Fire In A Survival Situation – Long Match Learning how to transport fire in a survival situation with a long match is a possible life saving bit of primitive skills knowledge that you hope you will never need to use but priceless if you are forced to. If you are stranded or …

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Jul 11

How To Make All Natural Yucca Soap From A Plant

How To Make All Natural Yucca Soap From A Plant This simple tutorial of how to make all natural yucca soap from a plant can be used as a body wash, shampoo, clean dishes and even as laundry soap. You can use the Yucca plants leave and/or the roots to create the amazingly versatile soap. …

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Jul 06

How To Dig A Seep To Find Water

How To Dig A Seep To Find Water If you ever need to find water in a wilderness area, knowing how to dig a seep will come in very handy. The water would be less likely to be contaminated as a creek or other open water source would be. Since the water would be seeping …

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