Survival Skills – The Rule Of 3s in Outdoor Survival video

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ Know your rule of 3s. The Rule of Three's can help your chances of survival. Practice bushcraft skills to combat exposure, dehydration, and starvation. Sean Collins runs through the Rule of 3's and explains the importance of each and the steps you can take. He also demonstrates a handy water container for use in woodlands.

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Great review of essential facets of survival! Thanks! Always enjoy the vids.

TD Kruse

November 2, 2011

@tkruse12345 Thanks for your positive comments and for watching WoodlandsTV.


November 7, 2011

@38MarcW Glad you liked it. Thanks for watching WoodlandsTV


November 7, 2011

Would love to see your philosophy behind the rule of "redundancy!" …if you ever get a chance. Good Luck!

TD Kruse

November 7, 2011

i enjoyed watching this video. although where did you get 2 and a half gallons of water from to put in that resevoir. surely if youve had to carry that much water to put in there. it just seems a bit unessassery to be carryi g the extra weight.. but idk. probably ideal for larger groups. im lucky enough to have a 3l hydratiin pack that fits nicely in my back pack. great vid though buddy im enjoying the other videos


April 18, 2012

Great videos. Carrying a your other stuff and that large bag of water must be heavy. it looks like ti is almost as large as decent sized back pack.


May 19, 2012

very helpful but you need to get your fire arms back and stay safer.


September 1, 2012

Up here in Alaska I see people out all the time with NOTHING. Summer or dead of winter, jogging skiing, or hiking with NOTHING…I'm surprised more people don't die up here from exposure..Greetings from Alaska, USA…

Wish more people would take heed of what you've just said. Common sense ain't common!

Hugh Mungas

April 6, 2013

very true pure common sense thank you another great upload…..col.


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