Bushcraft Skills - Axe & Knife Skills, Camp Setup, Fire (Overnight Camping)

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    Basic Bushcraft Tips and skills on using an axe, bushcraft knife, camp setup and fire lighting. Use my link www.audible.com/taoutdoors or text TAOUTDOORS to 500-500 to get a free book and 30 day free trial.
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    Axe & Saw Technique: 2:30
    Camp Setup: 44:03
    Knife Skills: 49:34
    Basic Fire Lighting Tips: 56:08
    Friction Fire Lighting: 1:09:15
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    I head into the woods to learn basic beginner bushcraft tips from Bushcraft & Survival instructor Paul Kirtley. This long, informative video goes through a number of different techniques on how to use an axe, a knife, setup camp and light a fire. This video covers some very useful skills that can help to enhance your knowledge of Bushcraft and potentially help you in a survival situation. Myself and Paul also setup a camping spot to do an overnight. I opt for a hammock and tarp setup, as the bugs are still around. Paul goes for a ground sleeping setup with tarp overhead.
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Epic Gamer Moment
Epic Gamer Moment

this is like a real movie at least (the length of one)

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C_Squared
C_Squared

TA Outdoors crazy that just 6 months later u r almost at a million!

Πριν 7 μήνες
Michael Stewart
Michael Stewart

Loved the video. You both are excellent teachers. Do you happen to know what folding saw he used to cut down that tree? Thanks again for the awesome video!

Πριν 8 μήνες
DB Cooper
DB Cooper

Well get on wit' it, will ya? I'll be dead before I learn how to survive!

Πριν 8 μήνες
Apocalypse Cow
Apocalypse Cow

I'm sure this guy has skills but the way he uses a saw at the start, you would think he'd never seen one before. His hand drill skills are well practiced and he's hatchet skills are very good. A couple VERY important points: DON'T do bush craft with a hatchet, it's fine obviously if it's all you have in survival but you should be using a full sized axe, it's easier on your back, it's less work over all, it's safer, it's faster, better in every way. Secondly, I know in the EU the laws about knives are crazy but you should have another much bigger sturdier knife for bushcraft and batoning with. Batoning is a very useful bushcraft technique.

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David Lafferty
David Lafferty

Good Video :) Axe skills where informative :)

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Abstract Accuracy
Abstract Accuracy

Sooo no splinters?

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Outstanding! More like this! I'm clicking over to part two right away.

Πριν 20 ώρες
Eloy Rodriguez
Eloy Rodriguez

Outstanding👍👍greetings from Corpus Christi Texas

Πριν 2 ημέρες
Velhote777
Velhote777

This was very informative and fun to watch. Thank you. I’ve been wanting to get into Bush craft and found this to be very helpful.

Πριν 2 ημέρες
Vadim Andreyev
Vadim Andreyev

0:23 Ногу Свело на последнем герое научился, теперь на Ютубе ролики снимает

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Edward Teech
Edward Teech

Most of the wood was already cracked if you pay attention wow

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Eric Nay
Eric Nay

This vlog has been THE BEST educational of bushcraft I have seen...and I have watched hundres. I haven't started to practice yet...trying wean out pros, and those that think they are. And ones that ACTUALLY have outstanding detailed instruction...as this video has. And you and Paul have a new sub.

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Georgios Kitis
Georgios Kitis

This Paul guy is good but he gets very boring with all his safety stuff.

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jbsosa100
jbsosa100

By far, one of the most informative, entertaining and extremely badass videos about basic bushcraft skills I've ever seen. I would buy you guys some beers. Good job sirs.

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Old Musty Fiddle
Old Musty Fiddle

Really, over the shoulder with fully seasoned wood. No. I would never do that. Not ever.

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JJ Cooper
JJ Cooper

I can not believe I just came across this video. I will be watching again about 10 timies. A lot of info. Thank you very much!

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TheScalysnake
TheScalysnake

amazing video thanks for uploading

Πριν 6 ημέρες
Charles Howard
Charles Howard

Thanks for the video! I'm an Eagle Scout, have backpacked well over 1000 miles in my life, and I've already learned a few things just 20 mins in. I've never really thought of wood splitting as a fine art before now. I think maybe the difference is that bushcraft is about being able to exist comfortably in the wilds, whereas backpacking is more about just being in the wilds for a period of time. It's amazing what you can figure out if you take the time to think "How can I do this more easily and safely, since I'm going to have to do it EVERY DAY for a very long time."

Πριν 7 ημέρες
Andrew Nel
Andrew Nel

Yes, it was very informative and yes, it was a bit long. I had to rewind it several times, because my attention did not wander so much as it totally skipped town. Blame it on to much coffee. To drop the coffee grounds, the South-African boer way is to poke the glowing ember end of a stick into the surface of the coffee in the pot and the change in surface tension will drive the coffee grounds away.

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vBwrs
vBwrs

45 mins of cutting wood....

Πριν 9 ημέρες
andrew foster
andrew foster

Ax... ident waiting to happen! 😎

Πριν 9 ημέρες
Reverend Saltine
Reverend Saltine

"HAZEL, ELDER, OAK, SWEET CHESTNUT"--GUDE FRICKING LUK, MOIT. WOT????? WOT??????

Πριν 11 ημέρες
The Jersey J
The Jersey J

A very enjoyable hour and a half learning useful skills. I am looking forward to using them. Can't thank you enough. 👍 ✌

Πριν 12 ημέρες
Nevaeh's miracle, Connie Elliott methane mamma
Nevaeh's miracle, Connie Elliott methane mamma

Thank you so much for sharing this.this is going to be very helpful for me since right now I'm homeless this can help me be able to make fire wood for cooking and staying warm. I've been trying to learn as much as I can so I can better survive and be safe while doing so.

Πριν 13 ημέρες
Anton Glukhovsky
Anton Glukhovsky

This channel is freakin' gold

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Stefano Iadicicco
Stefano Iadicicco

Great stuff

Πριν 15 ημέρες
Jiří Dorogy
Jiří Dorogy

Wow!! comming back from Viking / saxon house builds .. this is awesome Mike .. thank you for your videos :-)

Πριν 19 ημέρες
LD
LD

This was beautiful mate

Πριν 22 ημέρες
André Carvalho
André Carvalho

Fantastic video, thank you guys very much for all that shared knowledge! I found interesting and somewhat funny the technique you've used to get the coffee grounds to the bottom of the container - another way of achieving it is to get a branch by the fire so that its tip gets glowing red, then dip it into the coffee. Red glowing coal also works, just make sure to remove all its pieces before pouring. Best regards!

Πριν 22 ημέρες
Rees Millstead
Rees Millstead

Cool video but in part 2 the main characters shouldn't be so excited. They really need to calm down. Too much joy.

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Blackbird Singing
Blackbird Singing

Fantastic video! Going to be watching this many times.

Πριν 27 ημέρες
Carl Pinder
Carl Pinder

Okay up until cutting logs between legs and side ways, couldn't watch any more cos that was just stupid and dangerous. While safe from axe swing and glancing off you are expelling far more energy and have less control and are more likely to pulling, twisting and straining injuries. Also "bowsaw" ? If you're carrying that you may as well carry a cooker. who carries a bowsaw in their back pack? Anyone?

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Evropa Khan
Evropa Khan

I'm going to be totally honest. I read "bullshit" skills but great video tho

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Kenny Ho
Kenny Ho

Awesome learning. Thanks guys!

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Mattyjack
Mattyjack

7:05 at first glance I thought you were cutting your arm

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StraitClownin909
StraitClownin909

Dudes this was awesome so great. Thanks for all the skills. I'll check out more of your channels.

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Keenedgesurvival
Keenedgesurvival

Great video

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Hazy the stoner
Hazy the stoner

audio books?? I just read and drive lol that's a joke. thanks for the content and my favorite book as a kid was the hatchet grate young teen book i highly recommend if you like that kind of survival stories(i think adults would in joy too(I still do) and i think there's a few more books about the same character too) it takes place in the Canadian bush but i think the character(a 14 or 15 year old kid by himself) is from the us(maybe south Canada) and is going to see his dad up north but the bush plane goes down and the pilot dies from a heart attack(its not a real story tho). btw I'm buying lost in the wild thanks

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Emin Demirci
Emin Demirci

You talk too much.

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mrdabbleswithpotion
mrdabbleswithpotion

Tired f hearing these guys say, "He's just a really, really sweet guy.... There's nothing to be intimidated about him!", when they usually don't care about these things. Then go on saying "he's dead", etc, etc. I'm only 5 mins in. There's probably more, but I won't watch further.

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MrWaymanc
MrWaymanc

Fantastic!! Thanks so much to the both of you!....Craig

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Enzo Warren
Enzo Warren

21:47 I usually baton pieces like that with a knife, which allows me to keep control of the piece and prevent it falling while still keeping my hands off of it and splitting it safely. And i baton it with a .25” thick Sleipner steel knife with a 6.5” blade, so it won’t snap or break creating a hazard. Seems overall much safer and actually easier than using an axe for stuff like that.

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Nicholas Ricardo
Nicholas Ricardo

I go on canoe trips over the summer, and I was taught to spin the coffee, the centrifugal force keeps the lid on and drives the grounds into the bottom of the pot

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Longsnowsm
Longsnowsm

Wow, Mike how did you manage to get time with Paul? Fantastic stuff. Love Paul's stuff. Really a wonderful teacher. You are very lucky to have access to Bushcraft legends in your neck of the woods! Fantastic video!

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xfilion
xfilion

Do you read the Tom Brown's bushcraft and survival books. I like his style of writing.

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Joseph Mysak
Joseph Mysak

Fifteen minutes already taught great practices

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Doc Holiday
Doc Holiday

Awesome video, thanks aot guys!

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Dakota Seefeldt
Dakota Seefeldt

what was the name of that axe he said at 9:04?

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Death By Astonishment
Death By Astonishment

Gransfors Bruks small forest axe

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Connor Hutchings
Connor Hutchings

Amazing video reminds me of Ray mears

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Darth KEK
Darth KEK

It's not bushcraft if you bring steel or other processed items with you. Knifecraft, yes. Axecraft, sure. Bushcraft is what you scavenge from the busy. Just as our most ancient ancestors did. Pre-steel. Pre-iron. Pre-bronze. Wood. Bone. Flint. Tar.

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rani k
rani k

what a great session - thank you

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Thomas S
Thomas S

Great tips and tricks ! Instead of the "coffedrop" take a tablespoon of cold water and drop in and its done ;)

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Kwaark
Kwaark

goldmine, thx you so much !

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Tyler Padgett
Tyler Padgett

A lot of these splitting techniques look like a great way to injure your back.

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GM Survival
GM Survival

I disagree

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DroneWolf Media
DroneWolf Media

Excellent ax/hatchet tips. I lopped off the tip of my finger about 10 years ago while I was holding a piece of wood while splitting it. We were way out in the middle of the woods and to make it worse, my first aid kit at the time was extremely limited. Fortunately it grew back after about a year, but man that was a painful lesson. Thanks for sharing gents!

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Grizzly Andy
Grizzly Andy

Great vid, the thing I take away most from guys like Paul and Ray Mears is the think first mentality ,plan what you're going to do, deliberately, don't rush.

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Erik Boese
Erik Boese

Some awesome tips and tricks! Many thanks from here in the USA!

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max payne
max payne

thank you for the info that was very clearly done.

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Chris Parkey
Chris Parkey

Paul kinda sounds like Dr. Loomis from Harry Potter. Definitely like

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Jason -
Jason -

Question. At the beginning when he was sawing wood and he had no control of it, why didn't he just wedge it between two tree limbs? Its more efficient and much safer.

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Mohammad hassan Hadi
Mohammad hassan Hadi

Its a great camping guide movie thank u so much

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Shadow 3091
Shadow 3091

I like learning from you as much as the next guy. But if you give me a chance to learn from the guy that taught you, I'm not going to complain

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