posted on Jan, 30 2007 @ 10:34 PM
Original Anonymous Post By: anon_92912
This anonymous post is in response to ATS thread: Beyond the Bug out Bag
Along the lines of *long term* survival, is there any single reference book that the members of this forum would recommend be kept on hand for
survival how-to, such as farming, hunting, shelter, and other basic but long term skills that one would need after a collapse? I've seen tons of
these books but I am wondering about a single reference that would be recommended since of course you wouldn't have room for lots of books. Any
suggestions would be appreciated.
I would strongly recommend the united states airforce search and rescue handbook. I'm not sure if
is the exact on I had but I think so. It covered more scenarios
and provided meaningful info. For example, strengths of rope made from a wide array of natural material, using walnut husks in a stream to remove
oxygen and get fish for dinner. It covers many regions of the world and IMHO is the best one I have came across. Even what to do in the event of
nuclear attack, you name it.