Survival Lilly once again demonstrates her survival skills in the field. She hunts along a tree-lined stream that runs through tilled farmland.
With her double-barreled shotgun and her dog Dax, she flushes a duck from brush along the stream and brings it down with a quick, clean shot. Dax retrieves nicely.
If you’re wondering, she uses steel shot cartridges.
Lilly expertly splits the skin and removes both breasts and legs. Nice job. Watch the short video below for more details … and a beautiful view of the Austrian countryside.
And, as always, Learn, Practice, and Share.
Source & Image: Survival Lilly
If you’re familiar with Dave Canterbury’s videos, you know he’s made several on both fire-making and trapping in a variety of environments. You’ve also seen him document his own learning process as he works with stone, wood and metal.
Essentially his survival skills have evolved over time as he learns, practices, and perfects a variety of skills.
And that’s what this video is about: Your survival depends on adapting quickly and successfully to changing environments. How well you develop and practice skill sets today determines your chance for survival in the future.
As a responsible and diligent prepper, you’ve been stocking up on supplies your family will need in the event of a natural or man-caused disaster.
You know each family member requires at least 72 hours of survival stocks. Probably much more.
When practicing with your EDC firearm at the range, you should vary both the your distances to the target and your shooting stances. Close-in threats occur within 7 yards, most a lot closer.
Whether open or concealed carry, you need to practice so you’re comfortable (and quick) responding to these “in-your-face” life or death threats.