Seven Ways to Start a Fire Without a Match (And 13 More Primitive Survival Skills That Could Save Your Life)

How To Build a Matchless Fire
How To Build a Matchless Fire
Making Fire
Starting one without matches takes work, but it's a skill all outdoorsmen should know. Friction and sparks are the keys, but proper technique and choosing the right wood are equally important. Click here to learn to make a matchless fire
Steve Sanford
How To Make Survival Shelters
How To Make Survival Shelters
Build a Shelter
Primitive structures fall into three categories: Body-headed shelters, open structures, and enclosed ones head by inside fire. Each has its advantages. Click here to learn to make primitive survival shelters
Steve Sanford
How To Build a Matchless Fire
How To Build a Matchless Fire
Catching Your Food
A deer caught in a snare can feed you for weeks. But your odds of catching small game, birds, and fish and of gathering wild foods are much higher. Ultimately, take what is easiest. Click here to learn to make traps for catching food
Steve Sanford