SAS Survival Guide Paperback – Apr 2006
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About the Author
John 'Lofty' Wiseman served in the British Special Air Service (SAS) for twenty-six years. The SAS Survival Handbook is based on the training techniques of this world-famous elite fighting force.
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The book covers all you'd ever want to know about the essentials of surviving in climates such as: the polar region, mountains, seashores, islands, tropical regions, or even at sea. Here's few of the many topics the book covers:
-food, what you can and can't eat
-animal tracking with numerous pics
-color pics of edible plants
-pictures of traps and how to trap things
-how to handle animals you've killed for food
-how to make a camp and various shelters
-knot tying pics
-color pics of medicinal plants
-picures of dangerous/poisonous critters
-things to have in a survival kit
A very handy resource for anybody who enjoys outdoor/wilderness activities, it's just a darn good thing to have around in case of emergencies- or even just to look at the pictures! Also recommend Treat Your Own Rotator Cuff if you have a shoulder problem that is interfering with your outdoor activities.
Most recent customer reviews
this is my second copy of this book, Liked it so much I bought it twice.... lol This book is the perfect field manual, like a boy scout handbook for adults. Read morePublished 9 months ago by bryce
I've owned this book for years now.
I don't usually look like an outdoorswoman, so people are often surprised to see this in my house. Read more
Was a great read, received it promptly and in good condition. Good for bringing camping, hiking or any outdoorsy activity.Published on Jan. 17 2014 by Natasha
Information overload. Almost too much. Glad i bought it but most of this information will never be used by Joe Average but its an interesting book and worth the read. Read morePublished on Aug. 5 2011 by Yakaboochi
As mentioned through other reviews particularly Peter, this book is not the end all. To compile a book about every environment that one may encounter would be quite lengthy and... Read morePublished on June 8 2010 by Chris J. Collins
I'm also a big fan of this book. I also have the Collins Gem version so I can put into my backpack when I feel like trying out something else. Read morePublished on Oct. 21 2008 by J-Rod
My mom bought it for every members in my family before we go to camp!
I learn a lot!!
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