outdoor survival Pt 1

This is Part one of a series i am doing on you tube, The series is titled outdoor survival, I will be taking you through some of the basics of surviving if you are injured or lost, This video will document Gear, How to implement and how to survive if you become lost. This video series is an absolute essential if you love the outdoors and want to enjoy a safe experience. Enjoy!

25 Comments on "outdoor survival Pt 1"

  1. survivescotland2009 | November 7, 2009 at 8:16 pm |

    try lightening the load by removeing original packaging,and inserting in ziplocks

  2. survivescotland2009 | November 7, 2009 at 9:03 pm |

    yes mate u have the essentials but you should remove items from origional packaging,and resort them into ziplock bags,,,fire&tinder ,signaling, repairs ,shelter ,food&water,just a thought to help lessen the load ,but good gear anyway

  3. prohuntrrights | November 7, 2009 at 9:40 pm |

    thanks, I am glad i could beat out the Experts lol!!!

  4. RawCombatJapan | November 7, 2009 at 9:53 pm |

    thanks for sharing.

    this is much better advise than that shit on expert village


  5. prohuntrrights | November 7, 2009 at 10:09 pm |

    Thanks For the comment!

  6. nesquikrabb1t | November 7, 2009 at 10:17 pm |

    cool video dude

  7. prohuntrrights | November 7, 2009 at 11:07 pm |

    LOL I guess i am!!!

  8. 5ka253k20ughfi135 | November 7, 2009 at 11:25 pm |

    and if sosciety collapses you ready for the woods

  9. addictiontothewild | November 8, 2009 at 12:19 am |

    Real good info.

    Thanks 5stars

  10. prohuntrrights | November 8, 2009 at 12:41 am |

    i like the emergency base fuel supply that it supplies, i wouldn’t really use it for cooking raw foods, a fire will always cook faster and is multi purpose.

  11. idk if uv used a sterno stove befor, but unless theyve made some improvements it wont even boil water, so if u have another means like a camp fire, boil water on that, save the sterno to warm stuff

  12. very interesting.

  13. prohuntrrights | November 8, 2009 at 2:24 am |

    thanks for the kind comment!

  14. Lots of good stuff. Vids like these gets people thinking – which is half the battle.

  15. prohuntrrights | November 8, 2009 at 4:16 am |

    OK thanks.

  16. dont take me wrong u are in much better position than many of the people out there,i liked your video. probably running to the hills is the best first reaction during water floods , earthquakes , war etc etc. take ur pack and go hiking with it for couple of days, start thinking what you dont really need and what you wish you had with you. teach your friends and explain them why the also need to have one when out on the wild.. please keep on the good work.

  17. prohuntrrights | November 8, 2009 at 5:37 am |

    i also mark my trails with flagging tape or by other means, Just because you think that the outdoors is for health and fit people dose not mean that they cant go out, I have done my homework and i have taken survival courses and if myself or one of my friends goes with me dose not make me wrong for wanting to cary extra survival gear if i can cary it it is my own agenda, I don’t take risks i play it safe. I am not looking to run to the hills in the event of the worlds end.

  18. First of all u never abandone an unconsious or unable to walk man alone..there is a big chance that u never make it or u never find him on ur way back. You need to carry him and that is Only if u know were u are heading or best is to stay with him and start signaling by all means ,fire mirrors , whistles etc etc.. You are his best chance of survival dont go..Hopefuly if u have done ur homework and people know your plans and timings and you are late there is a search and rescue team on its way.

  19. Rule no.1 dont hike with strokes !Will you venture into the forest with people that “cannot chew gum and walk at the same time ” ? My 6 year old can light a fire with the magnesium flint in less than two minutes.. i can do that with one hand..in under which situation you want to light a fire within seconds ? do you also carry water and shoes for the other people ?? man the first think you need to clear in your head is DONT push it in the wild with the wrong people.

  20. prohuntrrights | November 8, 2009 at 6:41 am |

    Well if you ventured into the forests with other people say to guide them and one of them breaks an ankle or trips and falls and hits there head, How would they start a fire? Giving the fact that they don’t know how to use a fire starter and you have to leave to go get help, Now you might say that ” well start the fire for them ” but what if you needed to get help imediatley? then there is no time to screw around. That is why i carry so much stuff, not for myself but for other people.

  21. No offence but do you have a spare tire at home and one at work ? No why ? because you simply know that the one in the back of your car is there and ready.. You cannot break the magnesium flint striker… man that thing is indistructable and very reliable .. why do you need the alternadive matches here and there … use the space for something else…

  22. robinkoeman | November 8, 2009 at 7:36 am |

    Another great video. Looking forward for your next one.

  23. Very good. Thank you for your video.

  24. anavidhunter | November 8, 2009 at 8:11 am |

    Awesome to be prepared, and great vid! I bring a good compass and flashlight as well.
    Nice work and I’m sure you’ve got some people out of trouble now!
    Those emergency blankets are awesome too!
    Congrats on the vid *****

  25. thisshouldBcool | November 8, 2009 at 8:18 am |

    that is an exelant kit you have it is only missing acouple things that i can see 1. a good sturdy kife 2. a source of light flash lite candle ect.

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