Bushcraft Skills - Axe & Knife Skills, Camp Setup, Fire (Overnight Camping)

Basic Bushcraft Tips and skills on using an axe, bushcraft knife, camp setup and fire lighting. Use my link www.audible.com/taoutdoors or text TAOUTDOORS to 500-500 to get a free book and 30 day free trial.
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Axe & Saw Technique: 2:30
Camp Setup: 44:03
Knife Skills: 49:34
Basic Fire Lighting Tips: 56:08
Friction Fire Lighting: 1:09:15
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I head into the woods to learn basic beginner bushcraft tips from Bushcraft & Survival instructor Paul Kirtley. This long, informative video goes through a number of different techniques on how to use an axe, a knife, setup camp and light a fire. This video covers some very useful skills that can help to enhance your knowledge of Bushcraft and potentially help you in a survival situation. Myself and Paul also setup a camping spot to do an overnight. I opt for a hammock and tarp setup, as the bugs are still around. Paul goes for a ground sleeping setup with tarp overhead.
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  • WATCH PART 2 of BUSHCRAFT SKILLS HERE: de-visions.com/detail/video-R42S4TccbRo.html

    TA OutdoorsTA OutdoorsVor year
    • this is like a real movie at least (the length of one)

      Epic Gamer MomentEpic Gamer MomentVor Monat
    • TA Outdoors crazy that just 6 months later u r almost at a million!

      C_SquaredC_SquaredVor 6 Monate
    • Loved the video. You both are excellent teachers. Do you happen to know what folding saw he used to cut down that tree? Thanks again for the awesome video!

      Michael StewartMichael StewartVor 7 Monate
    • Well get on wit' it, will ya? I'll be dead before I learn how to survive!

      DB CooperDB CooperVor 7 Monate
  • I'm going to be totally honest. I read "bullshit" skills but great video tho

    Evropa KhanEvropa KhanVor Tag
  • Awesome learning. Thanks guys!

    Kenny HoKenny HoVor Tag
  • 7:05 at first glance I thought you were cutting your arm

    MattyjackMattyjackVor 2 Tage
  • Dudes this was awesome so great. Thanks for all the skills. I'll check out more of your channels.

    StraitClownin909StraitClownin909Vor 3 Tage
  • Great video

    KeenedgesurvivalKeenedgesurvivalVor 5 Tage
  • audio books?? I just read and drive lol that's a joke. thanks for the content and my favorite book as a kid was the hatchet grate young teen book i highly recommend if you like that kind of survival stories(i think adults would in joy too(I still do) and i think there's a few more books about the same character too) it takes place in the Canadian bush but i think the character(a 14 or 15 year old kid by himself) is from the us(maybe south Canada) and is going to see his dad up north but the bush plane goes down and the pilot dies from a heart attack(its not a real story tho). btw I'm buying lost in the wild thanks

    Hazy the stonerHazy the stonerVor 5 Tage
  • You talk too much.

    Emin DemirciEmin DemirciVor 5 Tage
  • Tired f hearing these guys say, "He's just a really, really sweet guy.... There's nothing to be intimidated about him!", when they usually don't care about these things. Then go on saying "he's dead", etc, etc. I'm only 5 mins in. There's probably more, but I won't watch further.

    mrdabbleswithpotionmrdabbleswithpotionVor 6 Tage
  • Fantastic!! Thanks so much to the both of you!....Craig

    MrWaymancMrWaymancVor 8 Tage
  • 21:47 I usually baton pieces like that with a knife, which allows me to keep control of the piece and prevent it falling while still keeping my hands off of it and splitting it safely. And i baton it with a .25” thick Sleipner steel knife with a 6.5” blade, so it won’t snap or break creating a hazard. Seems overall much safer and actually easier than using an axe for stuff like that.

    Enzo WarrenEnzo WarrenVor 10 Tage
  • I go on canoe trips over the summer, and I was taught to spin the coffee, the centrifugal force keeps the lid on and drives the grounds into the bottom of the pot

    Nicholas RicardoNicholas RicardoVor 11 Tage
  • Wow, Mike how did you manage to get time with Paul? Fantastic stuff. Love Paul's stuff. Really a wonderful teacher. You are very lucky to have access to Bushcraft legends in your neck of the woods! Fantastic video!

    LongsnowsmLongsnowsmVor 12 Tage
  • Do you read the Tom Brown's bushcraft and survival books. I like his style of writing.

    xfilionxfilionVor 12 Tage
  • Fifteen minutes already taught great practices

    Joseph MysakJoseph MysakVor 12 Tage
  • Awesome video, thanks aot guys!

    Doc HolidayDoc HolidayVor 14 Tage
  • what was the name of that axe he said at 9:04?

    Dakota SeefeldtDakota SeefeldtVor 14 Tage
    • Gransfors Bruks small forest axe

      Death By AstonishmentDeath By AstonishmentVor 12 Tage
  • Amazing video reminds me of Ray mears

    Connor HutchingsConnor HutchingsVor 16 Tage
  • It's not bushcraft if you bring steel or other processed items with you. Knifecraft, yes. Axecraft, sure. Bushcraft is what you scavenge from the busy. Just as our most ancient ancestors did. Pre-steel. Pre-iron. Pre-bronze. Wood. Bone. Flint. Tar.

    Darth KEKDarth KEKVor 20 Tage
  • what a great session - thank you

    rani krani kVor 21 Tag
  • Great tips and tricks ! Instead of the "coffedrop" take a tablespoon of cold water and drop in and its done ;)

    Thomas SThomas SVor 28 Tage
  • goldmine, thx you so much !

    KwaarkKwaarkVor Monat
  • A lot of these splitting techniques look like a great way to injure your back.

    Tyler PadgettTyler PadgettVor Monat
    • I disagree

      GM SurvivalGM SurvivalVor Monat
  • Excellent ax/hatchet tips. I lopped off the tip of my finger about 10 years ago while I was holding a piece of wood while splitting it. We were way out in the middle of the woods and to make it worse, my first aid kit at the time was extremely limited. Fortunately it grew back after about a year, but man that was a painful lesson. Thanks for sharing gents!

    DroneWolf MediaDroneWolf MediaVor Monat
  • Great vid, the thing I take away most from guys like Paul and Ray Mears is the think first mentality ,plan what you're going to do, deliberately, don't rush.

    Grizzly AndyGrizzly AndyVor Monat
  • Some awesome tips and tricks! Many thanks from here in the USA!

    Erik BoeseErik BoeseVor Monat
  • thank you for the info that was very clearly done.

    max paynemax payneVor Monat
  • Paul kinda sounds like Dr. Loomis from Harry Potter. Definitely like

    Chris ParkeyChris ParkeyVor Monat
  • Question. At the beginning when he was sawing wood and he had no control of it, why didn't he just wedge it between two tree limbs? Its more efficient and much safer.

    Jason -Jason -Vor Monat
  • Its a great camping guide movie thank u so much

    Mohammad hassan HadiMohammad hassan HadiVor Monat
  • I like learning from you as much as the next guy. But if you give me a chance to learn from the guy that taught you, I'm not going to complain

    Shadow 3091Shadow 3091Vor Monat
  • Oh Man, this is pure gold! I don't understand how it's taken me so long to find this... Great work guys!

    Simon P. WilliamsSimon P. WilliamsVor Monat
  • Can I give you a tip Sir. When you have that slippery log or log your sawing your firewood on. With your Axe put a small notch in the Log. It will help you control the pieces your cutting. Great Videos.

    Twistdginger 000Twistdginger 000Vor Monat
  • Great vid good skills to pass on. One tip line the roll up dump pouch with a plastic bag, it stops juices from your forage dripping down your expensive outdoor trousers 😉

    SFMBWWMS &MotorbikesSFMBWWMS &MotorbikesVor Monat
  • Awesome informational vid! Btw you look like Iron Fist's brother.. :)

    Jordan HolmesJordan HolmesVor Monat
  • just started watching it, thanks in advance :)

    Kenny FrankeKenny FrankeVor Monat
  • 많이 배우고가요~^^/

    명지캠퍼명지캠퍼Vor Monat
  • great video. Very informative. Thank you both. Pauls favourite axe, the one with the shorter handle. How long is the handle?

    the ziggyhthe ziggyhVor Monat
    • The axe is the Gransfors Bruks small forest axe if you want to look it up

      Death By AstonishmentDeath By AstonishmentVor 12 Tage
  • I think you got to learn to handel an axe a little better.

    Mats SvenssonMats SvenssonVor Monat
  • brilliant ..learnt loads and not too long..filled with good tips.. thanks

    mark beckwithmark beckwithVor Monat
  • 👍

    傑86友善果園 Friendly orchard傑86友善果園 Friendly orchardVor Monat
  • There's thousands, tens of thousands even, of bush craft videos available on DE-visions, but this one has to be one of the very best. So much information squeezed in to an hour and half, and so straight forward. Sadly, and it says a lot about today's society, these are skills that, not so long ago, almost every man in the country would of known. Shows how dependant we've become on the "system" to take care of all our needs for us, they say its called progress, but progressing towards what is what worries me. Some of us were lucky enough to have a father who taught these skills to us, and being self reliant is just a way of life, but the majority of the general public would now starve, or freeze to death if ever the supermarkets closed and electricity wasn't on tap. Remember people, we all came from the woods, where we looked after ourselves and took life much slower, and swapped it for the rat race and dependence on a corrupt system, where we spend 60 years of our life slaving for someone else, trying to make ends meet.

    RSR423RSR423Vor Monat
  • Perfect!....

    claudia,maicon e mike camargoclaudia,maicon e mike camargoVor Monat
  • Thank you for sharing such informative video

    Syed IjlalSyed IjlalVor Monat
  • So thankful for you guys! Can’t wait to start Bush Crafting! 🙏🏽

    Crayz WandererCrayz WandererVor Monat
  • For wood chopping, what if you don't have a stump like that at your camp site and you want to cut pieces into kindling? What alternatives do you suggest? I do a lot of camping in national parks where you have to purchase bundled wedge cut firewood in the park, and I like to chop up the big pieces for kindling but don't have a solid flat surface besides soil.

    Keith HarringtonKeith HarringtonVor Monat
  • One real easy way to make coffee without any filters is make it a good bit stronger than you like and once its done brewing add some cold water and the grounds will sink right to the bottom.

    Dale BurlisonDale BurlisonVor Monat
    • I like that. I have also brought a long sock and used it as a designated filter... rinse it out and let it dry on the outside of your pack between uses.

      Dal StarrDal StarrVor Monat
  • Right on. This is my mind of stuff! Love it out in the wild. This what they need to teach kids in school. When the grid goes down, lots of ppl won't know what to do or how to survive.

    Peter PanPeter PanVor Monat
  • Do you know of a decent up to date foraging book for the uk please?

    johnstubeablejohnstubeableVor Monat
    • Cheers mate 👍🏻

      johnstubeablejohnstubeableVor Monat
    • The collins wild food books are great for UK foraging

      TA OutdoorsTA OutdoorsVor Monat
  • Paul &TA, I love your channel

    Kathryn ConlinKathryn ConlinVor Monat
  • Thanks for this video. Any recommendations for bushcraft skills in NYC metro area (I know you're in the UK but it can't hurt to ask).

    Michael RickickiMichael RickickiVor Monat
  • Only way to learn these is that you need to really practise these skills, usually people practise these in nice and sunny day... But when you really need to build fire in the woods it can be pouring rain or -30c weather, then everything is 100x harder

    Thompson from FINLANDThompson from FINLANDVor 2 Monate
  • Your joking mate? Never seen anyone doing adds! That's just creepy lol big thumbs down!

    path withinpath withinVor 2 Monate
  • Please make more videos like this ! Loved it from the start, great content as always. Cheers from Sweden.

    SeaBazzSeaBazzVor 2 Monate
  • Another great vid Mike, this really brought two great people together and combined knowledge is great, a little more info than your normal stuff and a little bit more info than Paul's as this was more of a camp setup than a training video, brilliant video from both of you. Many thanks, Nige.

    Nigel GregoryNigel GregoryVor 2 Monate
  • This is exactly what i needed brilliantly informative thanks you both

    Brummy BOYBrummy BOYVor 2 Monate
  • No need to use axe with so tingly sticks ))) they burn no problem.

    Алесандр ПравдинАлесандр ПравдинVor 2 Monate
  • 0:07 also a great way to injure yourself out in the woods. This guy's a moron.

    Mike GMike GVor 2 Monate
  • Congratulations on hitting 1 million! Glad I could help! Keep the great content coming!

    Mike LychockMike LychockVor 2 Monate
  • very good , an magic video, thanks a lot. real skillided man.

    christophe couturierchristophe couturierVor 2 Monate
  • Very useful thank you very much Mike definitely going to use those skills. From Israel

    MTB RiderMTB RiderVor 2 Monate
  • I’ve got one critique for your hand drill. Use your whole hand, roll from the tips of your fingers to just before your wrist. You get a longer faster rotation. Best part is that it spreads the friction on your hands over the whole length of both hands; no more hot spots right in the middle of your palm.

    Nick SNick SVor 2 Monate
  • My mans ax safely is on point!!!! Way too many vids out there with super sketchy ax play.

    Nick SNick SVor 2 Monate
  • You and Paul need to come do a trip like this with me in Utah!

    TJack SurvivalTJack SurvivalVor 2 Monate
  • Once i kicked my gränsfors bear foot at night i lost half my small toe

    Pfälzer DantePfälzer DanteVor 2 Monate
  • takarodj vissza a kurva anyádba, hogy ilyen hangod van!! :D

    Cseh BalázsCseh BalázsVor 2 Monate
  • Paul is legit, thanks for the video Mike.

    Mike ChajeckiMike ChajeckiVor 2 Monate
  • Thanks for the ax handling tips! I need to get in habit of kneeling more.

    TomTomVor 2 Monate
  • I would also recommend laying your split wood on two leather belts if you have them. Not too much though, but still enough that you can carry it all and move it as necessary, without damaging the belt! The two belts also can function as a strop, an emergency tourniquet, a belt (lol), compressing a pack, holding a bed roll together (then you could wear one and bring two extras, use to pick up pots that may be hot, and you can even use two of them for holding loose ponchos or emergency blankets against your body if you need.

    Coy LeighCoy LeighVor 2 Monate
  • or easeyer cut a log in half and the use the saw to cut your wood hahahah you guys need to go in the scout get it right hahahahah im crying

    bobby boucherbobby boucherVor 2 Monate
Bushcraft Skills - Axe & Knife Skills, Camp Setup, Fire (Overnight Camping)