Ultimate Fire Build Guide for Newbie Preppers and Beginner Bushcrafters
This video is intended for people who may not know just how hard it can be setting a fire in a wild camp/bushcraft environment.
Yes, setting a fire is easy when you buy your firelighters, sticks and logs from a supermarket and start the fire in your fireplace. But outside in the elements, it’s not as easy as you’d think.
This video is to show an effective way to process your wood in order to skip over the learning process that newbies and beginners will almost definitely usually go through.
This video describes –
– Good tinder for starting fires and how to collect it
– The recommended equipment for processing wood
– How to process wood the right way to ensure you establish a fire the first time
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Newbie Prepping is brought to you by Mark and Richard. They are both Englishmen who now live in Northern Ireland and met through their Irish wives who are long time friends. Mark has been Prepping for over ten years now, and introduced the idea of Prepping to Richard, who already had an interest in learning survival skills. And from that came the birth of this channel.
Mark is the adept Prepper who thinks outside of the box better than most. And Richard is the resident Newbie always looking to improve his skills and equipment.
This channel contains useful videos including tips and tutorials on bugging-out locations, bug-out/INCH/’Get Home’ bags, with general bushcraft tips and overnighter videos.
“We’re not experts, and everyone has their own view on what is best for their personal SHTF (Shit hit the Fan) scenario. The general idea of this channel is that you can follow our journey and learn with us. The times where we make mistakes, as well as the improvements we make.”
Introduction Music: The Maghera Train by Hugh Brownlow
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