Ultimate Survival Skills has gathered a collective, complete resource about how to build survival traps. The vast amount of information in these guides is excellent for parents who want to teach their children basic trap making techniques, for survivalists who plan to live off the nature’s bounty, and even for emergency preparedness.
Getting lost in the wild is never planned, but comes as an unexpected surprise. Knowing how to make a basic snare and trap can prove to be a life saving skill. Combine this information with our edible plant guide, and you have a complete meal courtesy of Mother Nature.
These resources will answer:
• What traps are best for large game animals?
• What should I know about snares and noose traps?
• What traps are best for capturing avian species?
• How can I build a household traps for common city-dwelling rodents?
• What should I know about using steel traps and trapping animals?
• What is a basic spring snare?
• How can I use deadfall methods to my benefit?
• What should I know about predator calls?
And much more!
Complete with detailed instructions and illustrations, these guides provide excellent information about how to design and construct your own survival traps. The 228-page Camp Life in the Woods and the Tricks of Trapping and Trap Making written by the authoritative expert W. Hamilton Gibson provides a wealth of survival information.
Whether you are looking for a good weekend project, desire to refine your current trapping skills by expanding your repertoire, or simply enjoy expanding your current knowledge about emergency preparedness and learning to be self-sufficient, these guides are a definite must-read!
When you find yourself in the situation that you need to survive on the wild, on animals that wander in their native element, then you are going to need some knowledge of survival traps. Trapping animals for recreation or control is one thing, and while this can provide valuable information for survivalists, when you are […]