Australian Bushcraft

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ISBN 9781475223118
Publisher CreateSpace
Size 127 x 200 x 13mm
Weight (g) 300g

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Australian Bushcraft is the Granddaddy of them all!

Written by the Australian Army Education Service in 1943, this book gets back to basics. Forget Bear Grylls-style urine-drinking, this is the real deal information written by old soldiers who had Been There & Done That the hard way, before helicopter rescue, before PLBs and before ... Read More

Australian Bushcraft is the Granddaddy of them all!

Written by the Australian Army Education Service in 1943, this book gets back to basics. Forget Bear Grylls-style urine-drinking, this is the real deal information written by old soldiers who had Been There & Done That the hard way, before helicopter rescue, before PLBs and before GPS.

Chapters cover firemaking without matches, procuring water from the environment, procuring animal and plant food by foraging and with snares, as well as developing an eye for "country". 

This is back to basics without the hype. Forgotten bushcraft wisdom, some of which you just won't find in a modern military survival manual.

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Isbn 9781475223118
Publisher CreateSpace
Size 127 x 200 x 13mm
Weight (g) 300g

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David
You’ve asked for a review. Ok.

I ordered my book online. Payment was made and taken. I then got a message to say that due to xxx circumstances, the book won’t be available and there may be some delay in delivery.
Ok, that happens.
Unfortunately, I’m still seeing the same book being advertised for sale online, which is somewhat disingenuous considering it’s not actually available.
Now, several weeks later, you’re asking me for a review on my purchasing experience? Well, here goes.
I bought and paid for a book, which I’ve not received, yet is still being advertised. I think that’s kinda dodgy and not terribly ethical. Asking me for a review, is pretty cheeky, considering I still don’t have what I paid for. I try and support bricks and mortar businesses, by buying real physical books. To be honest, I probably shouldn’t bother.

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