The Lurker: Dave you just sold me on the course with this video. I like the bit about
not nit picking about gear. Question though. I have a Becker BK2, if I
ground a space on the spine to strike a ferrol rod would that work? Might
try and swing this class this year. Great work.
mindbonker: must be nice...
wildernessoutfitters: If you are not learning to be prepared then yes you may have to rely on
nothing, but I would challenge you to creat a cutting tool that will even
perform simple tasks in an area with no knappable stone? The reason for
being prepared with at least the 5 C's is because these are the items ALL
Cultures have relied on since Ancient times.
Liquid-Skin: No audio problems here maybe you could take the two seconds to turn up your
speakers bro or possibly even tap that + volume button on your keyboard.
All good here Dave thanks for post.
Joshua2019: put all the broken blades in a box and send them to me please.. I can use
them for all kinds of stuff.
grayfury100: What time of the year is the best time to take the basic class?
Hero Of The Otaku: Hey Dave have you ever conducted a class in Maine if not would it be a
kabaruser: keep teaching em dave good job
ollie824: I was wondering what brand or style Axe would you recommend for a survival
tool. price is not to big of an issue because it will be a gift for my dad
and I would rather have a quality tool so it doesn't break easily. Thanks.
Love the videos by the way.
soulful66: This is great pre-training video! I attended a basic class in July, & it
was great. Everyone brought different gear, and you get to see what works
for you. If you don't get something, just ask. The staff has 100 ways of
doing the same thing and 100 different ways of explaining the same thing.
The end result is your will own the skills (I still owe a bow drill fire)
if you make an effort. You think like a possum after this class. I am
greatful to have had this instruction. Thank you Dave!...USAF
IIDASHII: Hey Dave. I know you don;t seem to want to name specific brands that break,
but for the sake of all of us, I would sincerely appreciate it if you did.
You see much more gear, and how well it works, than the rest of us, which
puts you in a better position the let the rest of us know what to avoid.
There is nothing wrong with letting us know what is crap! It might even
make a good video. "Survival gear to Avoid?"
MrCodmw3champ: Dave everything that u show in this video can it be bought in the
wildernessoutfitters: Sometimes it is possible for Basic classes only, but not always, you would
be best to check 2 weeks prior to the class.
CPLBSS88: check out his website.
wildernessoutfitters: It is not Tarred so it is not near the same brother.
Jonah Walker: I always wondered what exact items you needed for the basic class. I'm
gonna try and get down there to see ya for a class Dave.
TripsTv: hey Dave, great video, how much would it be for me (15) and my father to do
a 3 day pathfinder course?
dlawlor80: two is one and one is none
Eat Carbs: Great video.. I've always wandered if anyone has ever brought anything
really surprising? Like a pillow or something. lol
bobby shaw: do you sell all this at the classes
TheMongo1357: Please pardon my asking, but how much is the Basic Survivor Class?
Steve D: Hey Dave, how soon before the classes must we register?
roadog755: my name is bill day how much are the class and how long are the class I do
know some thing about the outdoors
wildernessoutfitters: Yes Sir, except the Steel Wool
TheWikiKnowledge: Hi Dave, what do you think about Colt Hunter CT268
K0M0NER: Well, I always enjoy learnin from ya. Your videos you post here are really
more knowledgable then the cut up tv shows any how.
wildernessoutfitters: We are working on it
wildernessoutfitters: We have been talking about that
nathanlief: Is it possible to purchase items when we arrive from your store? Or is your
store just online?
Riley Miller: try making char cloth with cootton balls it worked for me!
wildernessoutfitters: If it is the only tool you have you may have to at some point and it should
be able to take it.
notyranny1: Thank you for this awesome video. Wish you and your family the best always.
My prayers are with you.
mkaram1173: Dave... Please tell me what hat you are wearing.
ozoffroader: To bad i live in Australia... Great video once again Dave.
TurnipRaider: how old do you have to be to go? How much does it cost?
fred freiberger: i want to retract a previous response about a kit i did not realize you had
it on the store site i appoligize and hope to purchase one soon as i save
HappyandAtheist: I respect the way you say ´you don't have to buy it from my store´ very
C.Ray Ratliff ll: Again thanks Dave good videos... I'll have to look into your school...
wildernessoutfitters: Yes doing some research on what it is worth, I do not do the shipping and
recieving so trading is a bit of a process, but I will get back to you
wildernessoutfitters: Call the school brother
Grandpa the Grey: I bought most of my pack gear from wilderness outfitters, like the 32 oz.
SS canteen & cup, cooking ring, and the Hudson Bay tobacco tin. The bank
line I purchased at Wal-Mart. They call it Catfish Tarred Setline. #36 x
486 ft. 235 lb. tinsel strength. About $ 8 bucks.
themoodybobby1: Did you get the pics on the book? Email not working right on these phones
bigdmdiddy: You never cease to increase my desire to come to one of your classes...and
I will be coming next year for sure! I'm glad you pointed this
out...sometimes it has to be said to make people understand that the best
gear is the gear you have that you can comfortable use or learn what they
like best. Also, it always comes across that you really love to teach and
share what you've learned. Keep up the great work and the vids coming!
jjkingghidorah1: I think helping your fellow man learn to help himself is an honorable
thing. Good Job Dave.
jstnfshr: "comparable facsimile" nice vocab! Great public speaking as always,
rollinthedice: i sure wish you came to ontario, canada i know you would be booked solid
but some how i have to talk the wife into maning up with the kid because
daddy and his buddies are going to the US to hang out with dave for the
wildernessoutfitters: Almost Daily brother
bakker46: Do u guys sell this as a whole starter package ... when you get a class or
38ragingbull: man,guess i live in a hillbilly town,LoL. our wallyworld has 3 different
kinds of bank line,great run down on the list of supplies Dave hope to make
it to your school some day .
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