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Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 31. Oktober 2014


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  • Taschenbuch: 256 Seiten
  • Verlag: Adams Pub; Auflage: 1 (31. Oktober 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1440579776
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440579776
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 1,9 x 21,4 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 15.678 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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A "New York Times" Bestseller in Sports and Travel!"Canterbury covers everything: building out your kit, manufacturing tools and supplies, food collection, cooking and protection from the elements. If you want to 'be prepared' for time in the wilderness, this is a great guide." --CoolMaterial.com"To say Dave is a survival authority is putting it mildly. Dave gets you ready for your next backcountry trip with easy-to-digest advice and practices on how to build the most critical survival skills. "Bushcraft 101" is a very inexpensive insurance plan that any practical person should buy, read and stuff into a backpack before heading off the beaten path." --"New Pioneer""It offers a lot [of] detail...focusing on everything from knots to cooking to trapping.... If you want to learn primitive skills, it's a treasure trove of information." --Pittsburgh "Tribune-Review""All the survival gear in the world isn't going to help you if you don't know how to use it. Penned by survivalist expert Dave Canterbury, "Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival" aims to make sure you know your craft.... Even if you're not escaping the apocalypse, but instead heading out into the backcountry to escape modern life for a few days, this is an indispensable guide for your outdoor travels." --Uncrate.com"With Canterbury's guidance, you'll prepare yourself for any climate and situation and you'll learn how to use the art of bushcraft to reconnect with nature." --Uber Apparatus"We're quickly on our way to mastering the great outdoors with this copy of "Bush Craft 101." Written by famous outdoorsman Dave Canterbury, the volume covers everything from the proper knots to know to scavenging edible food in the wilderness. This thing is serious. A must-have for anyone looking to go off the grid." --Selectism"The advice in this book can help you live comfortably and manufacture tools from nature." --Gear Junkie

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Dave Canterbury is the co-owner and supervising instructor at the Pathfinder School in Ohio, which was named by USA Today as one of the Top 12 Survival Schools in the United States. He is also the managing editor of Self Reliance Illustrated magazine. His YouTube channel has more than 200,000 subscribers and his videos have more than 34 million views. His work has also been published in New Pioneer and American Frontiersman.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Emel Vapurcu am 22. Dezember 2014
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Nun ja, Erklärungen wie bei Wikipedia. Das ist ein Messer, dies eine Axt, etc. Wirklich anspruchsvoll ist das Buch nicht. Wer Grundkenntnisse hat weiss schon mehr.
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Dave Canterbury's new book is the benchmark in woodcraft and bushcraft and wilderness survival. Rather compact and short on information, but with all the essential knowledge one needs for the bush. Excellent!
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180 von 185 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Authors Review of his Own Book 7. September 2014
Von David M. Canterbury - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I gave my own book a 4 Star review as I would like to have seen more Illustrations to better explain much of the text but unfortunately that was not in the publishers budget. I think a brief explanation of the book from the authors standpoint cannot hurt. Despite any subtitles this book is not about "Bugging Out", "SHTF" or the "Zombie Apocalypse. It is a book on how to better enjoy time spent in God's creation whether you are there because you choose to be or got stuck there temporarily due to misfortune while recreating. This book explores my system of "Smoothing" it based on over 20 years of experimental Archaeology of the OLD WAYS mixing them with the NEW to create a simple system that will help anyone that is discovering WOODCRAFT, BUSHCRAFT or whatever you choose to call your hobby and to understand the Kit items that will last a lifetime. I do not cover many of the "Latest and Greatest bits of Modern gear because they will fail many times when you need them most. As a quick example of the thought process I do not worry as much about weight as I do Multi-functionality of chosen gear. A Sleeping bag is light and I do speak of them in my book but for a bit more weight a good Wool blanket will be Better insulation when wet, more fire retardant, and more versatile as outerwear around the camp fire on a cold morning. In the end I am very happy with the way this book turned out for the limited text and illustrations allowed and hope to write a more advanced book on skills for longer term in the future. Remember that everyone has something to learn and everyone has something to teach. If you would like to see videos that are related to the thought process behind this book go to www.youtube.com/user/wildernessoutfitters Thank for the time you have taken to seek out this book and I hope you enjoy it.
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Mixture of Old and New Bushcraft 5. September 2014
Von Talon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival by Dave Canterbury is an introductory look into the world of bushcraft from an individual who has a solid reputation based on proven skills. While this review is based solely on the book, Canterbury has close to 1,000 YouTube videos showing his vast level of skills and experience. This is an introductory book that combines techniques and ideas of yesteryear with modern skills. In some respect this is a dichotomy but Canterbury blends it well. It does not mean that everything in this book will fit into your survival or bushcraft paradigm. I prefer to focus on more modern implements so there are sections of the book that do not work for me. But, the underlying principles are still applicable today. I prefer a backpack as compared to a haversack. I like wool blankets but might use a different material that is lighter. Not a big deal just a different preference. At the end of the day your skills will only improve with practice so get this book and start practicing.

This is a good introductory book worth reading.

On a side note:

The "1 Star" review written by W. Lambdin is not really a review of the book but a personal attack against Canterbury. This is coming from a person who is an "Amazon Vine" member. Personally, I find it despicable and urge you to vote down his biased review.

{No, I do not know Canterbury, never trained with him, and have never interacted with him. I just do not like bogus reviews based on hate and not facts.}
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Solid Contribution to the Art of Bushcraft 21. August 2014
Von Tradecraft - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival by Dave Canterbury consists of 10 chapters covering the basics of Bushcraft. If you have been following Canterbury on his YouTube channel you will see that the information provided in this book is consistent with his videos. Bushcraft is a skill intensive activity that requires practice. There is a lot of information in this book that can take one literally years of constant practice to master. Therefore, this book is a starting point for skill development and not an ending point that makes you better just because you read the information. Keep in mind that the title is "Bushcraft 101" so not every single aspect or advanced technique related to bushcraft is presented. The information in this book are the rudimentary skills that are necessary for survival.

Pros:

+ Covers the basics
+ Discusses Canterbury's 5C's
+ Good use of illustrations
+ Canterbury does provide some specific product recommendations
+ Beneficial sections on knives especially for those new to bushcraft
+ Provides useful "tips" that are insightful and gained through extensive experience
+ I like that Canterbury pays homage and gives respect to those who helped to define the field of bushcraft. Very respectful to give credit where credit is due.
+ Well edited

Cons:

- As with many things in life I do not necessarily agree with all of his recommendations such as his section on packs. He makes many recommendations that I would choose not to use but this comes down to personal preference.
- Could use more detail in certain areas such as the section on knots
- Would benefit from use of photos in certain areas instead of illustrations

Overall Assessment:

Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival by Dave Canterbury is definitely a worthwhile book. You won't learn bushcraft from a book but you can become more educated about the skillset that you need. Essentially, to improve your skills you need to practice them on a regular and consistent basis. This book will help you do that by providing relevant information. Since bushcraft is such a vast topic it is important to take away what is useful and discard what is not. It is also important to take the information that is provided and apply them to your individualized needs. This means that there may be some sections that are helpful to you and others that are not.

One aspect that I see in this book, which I like, is the evolution of Canterbury and his ideas. He is constantly attempting to further his knowledge and wise enough to let go of old ideas and embrace new ideas that he has tested. He is also continually "refining" his skillset and passing that information along to those who are willing to learn.
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This book should be in your library 16. Oktober 2014
Von Brian B. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The book is full of information and practical application of the author's years of experience. It is worth reading but I would have liked to see more detailed illustrations. Illustrations help the less experienced understand concepts or techniques that may be more familiar with people more experienced with bushcraft. Otherwise, this book is worth reading and keeping in your library.
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Perfect textbook for an instructor to use to teach students, a little short on illustration for a greenhorn 29. August 2014
Von Punty - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I'm about halfway through it, and so far here are my observations.

1. Anyone who knows bushcraft/woodcraft isn't really going to learn much from the book. It is basics.

2. It could use more illustrations, for sure. I understand what Dave is trying to say with various things, but someone who is a beginner is going to be like "what?" Some techniques just need to be illustrated rather than tried to explain in words alone. Probably these are some of the pictures the editor cut out.

3. The book is remarkably well laid out and organized. I mean really well. It is systematic. Hard to explain, but this is a great book for a sort of Boy Scout field guide, or that type of thing.

4. The book, in the gear section, has a gear list which is not only huge and heavy, but names brands like Wetterling and GB, which in my view is not something you should do for a "101" book ostensibly for beginners. I could see someone looking up a GB as a beginner and getting shell shocked by the price. On the flip side, he does explain the qualities you want in the tools such as your knives and axes, and backpacks very well, so if you are a beginner and can't afford a GB (who can? Not me), you still have guidelines on the length and properties of what you want in your tools.
Better would have been to take a more "ideally, you want a GB, but you can get good tools with these properties, and here are some manufacturers that make quality tools at affordable prices".

Overall, I think it is a very quality and handy book. I think it is more orderly, and therefore a better "textbook for learning", than some other classic books of bushcraft and survival. I think this book is a GREAT teaching tool, the sort of thing a dad and son can bring into the field, and dad use the book to teach his son. I would call it a 10/10 in this category.
As a book to become an expert woodsman, or for a total greenhorn to read and learn, not so much. Maybe a 7/10 for a greenhorn....due to lack of illustrations to show some basic woodsman techniques. On this point, I don't think that was in Dave's control, as he lamented all the illustrations the editor cut out.
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