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Question by 17henson. Uploaded on July 20, 2012
"Bush Craft" by Mors Kochanski is the standard to which all other survival books are compared. "98.6 Degrees, the Art of Keeping Your A$$ alive" is another great book writen by Cody Lundin. Millitary survival manuals can also be found quite inexpensive.
I like the SAS guide and the one by Bear Grylls.
I would go much more the bushcraft self reliance way and get woodcraft and campcraft by nessmuk thats free on amazon knindle or Dave Canterbury's survivability for the commoon man.
98.6 Degrees is good.
I sell the one I wrote, "Life in the Wild vs. the Alternative" for $14.95 plus $2.50 S&H from POB 1296, Lander, WY 82520. There is a review of it on one of the threads on the Survival School Message Board. There are also some opinions about some of the choices listed above on that message board.
FM 21-76 Department of the Army Field Manual SURVIVAL 285 pages about $14.00 and some change on Amazon. It dont get better than that. Good enough for our troops, then it has to be good.
Woodcraft and Camping by Nessmuk you shoud be able to download it for free off the internet its in public domain.
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