There are many elements to surviving in potentially deadly or hazardous situations. For this video we worked with Randy “Rawhide” Wurst, from Wurst Case scenario survival school. Randy is one of four guys who wrote the classified survival manual for SOCOM.
Part 3 covers your Rucksack or Backpack: This is your final layer for a person without using a dog, horse or your vehicle to carry more substantial equipment. The rucksack will vary in size according to your needs at the time, example day trip, hunting, or hiking in to camp. More detailed medical gear can now be carried, rope & assorted mountain climbing equipment. Extra clothing, fishing poles, rifles, bows, extra food and water just to name a few items.
In the next videos one of the important concepts I want to convey is layering of your survival gear. I will break it down to the layers according to “Randy’s world.” A short explanation is needed here. Primitive skills are great and one needs to know them and get proficient with those skill sets; but just having said that, we live in the 21st century, and if you can’t see the value of 21st tool/ equipment you should be using, you should be eliminated from the gene pool. “Just Saying”
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