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Survive — Kevin Linderman

SOG Approved: Vargo’s Ultimate Firestarter

"Ultimate Firestarter" is a bold name for a product. Our founder tested Vargo's latest piece to see whether it can hold that weight.

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SurviveRenee Howard

Gear Review: BioLite Camp Stove

The BioLite Campstove is a neat concept---it runs on kindling and it can charge your phone, gps, or camera. But does it work? Writer Renee Howard tested it to find out.

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SurviveStewart Moore

This week in gear: 5 pocket-sized tools

Yes, that is a tool in our pocket. For this week's gear roundup, writer Stewart Moore found five great things that come in very small packages.

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Around the web — Field and Stream

The ultimate fire guide

From burning survival smoke signals to igniting big blazes at deer camp, this is the Total Outdoorsman’s guide to fire.

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Around the web — Field and Stream

5 Timbercraft Skills Every Outdoorsman Should Master

The ability to fell and limb trees, block logs into sections, and split those blocks into firewood is a basic necessity for sportsmen.

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Around the web — Field and Stream

How to Start a One-Match Survival  Fire

Lighting a fire with one match is a mark of true woodsmanship. It's also a skill that just might save your life.

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Around the web — Field and Stream

How to Stop a Truck Spinout

Losing traction on the road is a terrifying experience. But an educated foot can keep your truck moving in the right direction.

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Around the web — Field and Stream

How to Build the Perfect Survival Camp

As a lost hunter, your job is to make SAR’s job easier by staying put. But as you wait to be found, there are other things you should do to stay comfortable—and alive.

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Around the web — hikingthetrail.com

How To Carve A Wooden Spoon

Hand-carving a wooden spoon is harder than it looks. But if you can pull it off, you'll score some serious mountain cred.

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Around the web — gearjunkie.com

‘Lightsaber’ flashlight starts fire, cooks eggs

The new FlashTorch Mini is powerful enough to start fires, melt tent fabric, and cook eggs. Welcome to the future.

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