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How to use a traditional flint and steel | traditional flint & steel | bushcraft | Kent | London | south east

How to use a traditional flint and steel

Whilst I’ve previously written about how to use a traditional flint and steel in this post, I thought I’d do a short video demonstrating how to use this great fire lighting technique.  Typically I tend to hold the piece of flint in my left hand and the steel in my right and then bring the […]


How to prune a tree so that it can heal afterwards | one handed pot hanger

How to prune a tree so that it can heal afterwards

I’ve written previously about pruning cuts in this post but as we were gathering some hazel today we took the opportunity to make a short video.  As responsible bushcrafters it’s imperative that we do everything we can to conserve and preserve the environment that we all enjoy so much.  And that includes little things such […]


Using power strokes with a knife

Often when I’m out in the woods practicing my bushcraft I find that using power strokes with a knife is going to be the best way forward.  The issue lies with the lack of control you often have when using a power stroke.  This is because there’s a direct relationship between power and control, the […]

Using power strokes with a knife | bushcraft | Kent | London | south east | Sussex | Essex