"self-help". Snares And Traps. Disclaimer: Traps are presented for information purposes only, they are dangerous, some lethally so. Using them is also illegal in all likelihood. Don't use them except in a survival situation. SPRING SNARE: Game running through the snare disengages the trigger bar,and the prey is flung off the ground. Use on game trails or in gaps through rocks or hedges.
BAITED SNARE: Construct as for spring snare but using the release mechanism shown. LEG SNARE : Push a natural fork or two sticks tied together into the ground. PLATFORM TRAP: Site over a small depression on the game trail. FIGURE 4 DEADFALL : A simple and effective deadfall trap, can be made to any size. TRIPWIRE DEADFALL : A heavy log is suspended over a busy game trail, trips the wire and pulls a retaining bar from under two short pegs secured in a tree trunk. SPEAR DEADFALL : Same as tripwire deadfall but utilizing rocks to add weight and sharpened sticks to add trauma to the crushing blow.
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Continue reading » Permanent link to this article: “It’s Time To Go Home – A SHTF Story” Parts 7, 8 and 9 Thank you all so very much for being loyal and supportive friends. Top 10 Survival Downloads You Should Have. Top 14 Survival Downloads You Should Have. Air Force Survival Training Manual – Free Download. Given that there are so many survival manuals out there, it’s hard to know which ones are worth having in your survival library. Well, if there’s one survival manual that I highly recommend it is the Air Force Survival Training manual.
The Air Force Survival Training manual (specifically the AFR-64) is, in my opinion, the cream of the crop. In fact, many of the numerous commercial and military books and manuals are based off of this manual (much of which which is copied verbatim — both the words and text!). I feel it is much better than the Army Survival Manual (FM 3-05.70) and even has a slight edge over Wiseman’s SAS Survival Handbook (which is also excellent).
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For those of you new to The Preparedness Review, it is published two times a year, in the Fall and Spring. Articles are contributed by authors who write for the online Preparedness Community and it includes some of the best prepper information published during that time. Here’s what you’ll find in the Fall 2013 edition: The Preppers Guide to Better, Safer, Cheaper Cleaning – Gaye LevySurvival Antibiotics Primer, Part 1 – Joe Alton M.D. (Dr. DOWNLOAD the FALL 2013 PREPAREDNESS REVIEW HERE Here’s another link that is working if you have issues with the above one: FALL 2013 Preparedness Review. Introduction To Food Sovereignty: Food and Democracy - Permaculture Research Institute - Permaculture Forums. DIY Health & Medicine Books - Hesperian Health Guides.