How To Ranger Beads JK

How to Ranger BeadsRanger beads are use by military to keep track of just about anything you need to count. They're also called pace counters because they are used to count off walking paces. They work like this, you have 4 beads on top which act as 10 or 100 or even 1000 depending on what your counting.

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Simple Fishing Hook

fishing hook This design of a fish hook is one of the easiest to make with little resources you tight a small stick that has been sharpened on both ends and you need to tight it so that it runs up and down and with bate on it. When the fish swallows it the stick straitens out in its mouth and becomes wedged in there simple but easy to make and it works.

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Rules For Survival

Here are some basic rules for survival that could help you on your next outing!

2is1This is one of the most important rules for me, Were "Two Is One And One Is None" This is a rule I got from a buddy in the military, and has become one I use in all aspects of my life! What it means is, if you carry one and it breaks, you have nothing! But if you carry two and one breaks, you still have one to use! Also you have the broken one for spare parts"

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The Realities of Winter Living

The Realities of Winter LivingWinter in

the Canadian wilds is a complex subject, which cannot be covered in a book, let alone a single article. Due to the vast challenges that are unique to winter, being combined with the variety of climates Canada has to offer, it is very difficult to generalize it enough to make basic guidelines.

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Paracord Lanyard Knot How To By JK

Paracord Lanyard Knot How To By JK1.The easiest way to make a Paracord Lanyard Knot is to take a loop and place it around your finger keeping both lengths the same size with the ends together.

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One Color Paracord Bracelet How To By JK

One Color Paracord Bracelet How To By JKThe first step to make a paracord bracelet is to measure your wrist the rule of thumb is to use a foot for every inch the wrist is.

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