There are several bow and crossbow shooting techniques. In the video below, Survival Lilly demonstrates her successful method using a Falco Twin bow. She breaks it down into five parts.
The first four:
When you’re in bear country, it’s very important to keep your food at least 200 feet away from your campsite. You don’t want bears sniffing around you while looking for nearby food.
In the video on the next page, Black Scout Survival uses the PCT technique to hang his bear bag. Named for the Pacific Crest Trail, this method uses just four items:
In a previous post we listed six YouTube channels that should interest anyone involved in prepping, survival, firearms and bushcraft.
Today, Krik from Black Owl Outdoors gives a shout out to three more channels. These are focused on bushcraft skills. Each channel has both high production standards and an abundance of “personality”.
The so-called scaffold hitch is used to create a raised hanging plank support or an improvised seat. You tie-off this hitch with a bowline knot backed-up with a double fisherman’s knot.
Part of their knot-of-the-week series, ITS Tactical uses a small wood piece to demo the hitch. A finished hanging seat set-up is shown at the end of the video.
One caution: they use paracord for this video tutorial. Don’t. Use other cordage when tying a scaffold hitch. You don’t want the paracord to slip off your weight-bearing board.