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Building A Primitive Shelter (Part 1)

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Building A Primitive Shelter (Part 1)
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12 thoughts on “Building A Primitive Shelter (Part 1)

    1. I’ve always favored the WWII & Korea style metal canteens over the later plastic ones.  Durable, and you can heat them directly if you wish.

  1. great video as always, but its not primitive if you use tools. i would love to see some videos in the future that are truly primitive

  2. Good to see you return to the in-ground heating project. You might watch the clay cover layer for cracking as hot gas flows through the tunnel.

  3. If you just dug a small trench down hill from your fire pit it would drain all the water. Then you can fill that trench with smaller stones so it doesn’t fill with debris and still drains water when it rains.

  4. Good video.  I just watched a video by Larry Robertson, discussing the difference between bushcraft shelters and survival shelters.  I think every shelter video made should include not only the resources, tools and materials used, but the actual time it took to build the shelter.  Just a suggestion.  We all enjoy the “learning together” flavor of your channel.

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