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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    TA OutdoorsTA OutdoorsVor year
    • And don't be to quick to dismiss punkwood.that makes excellent charred material.its a resource.and a damn valuable one.

      Richard PetersonRichard PetersonVor 2 Monate
    • Again,the streangth here is teamwork.theres now 2 of you,working as a unit,and thus your in a stronger position than just a solo situation.groups will allways thrive better than loners,and more individuals come together with a larger pool of skills,and more hands are doing tasks.

      Richard PetersonRichard PetersonVor 2 Monate
    • @TA Outdoors Hello, Mike! Amazing video! Can you help me find an awesome thing on 0:26? Searched everywhere, but found nothing

      afanikolaiafanikolaiVor 2 Monate
    • Come now... Shut your mouth...

      Paulo Sotto MayorPaulo Sotto MayorVor 3 Monate
    • i you are going to talk all tme, nobody is going to watch it. you are biring...I can ̍t understand how you have so much viewwers. Sure imbecile sao as you...

      Paulo Sotto MayorPaulo Sotto MayorVor 3 Monate
  • Lmao so i stopped watching after doing yhat with yhe saw if u cant put it on a log like u had it anf pit ur foot on one side and cut u ahouldtn even use the saw

    RabbitTrollRabbitTrollVor 2 Stunden
  • The coffee drop, Same principle as we use swinging the tea Billie to settle the tea leaves in Australia

    Mike SoutheyMike SoutheyVor 22 Stunden
  • 1:27:08 We get it, you vape. No lie though, I feel like I've learned an incredible amount just by watching this. Thanks a lot for making this video!

    XaiosXaiosVor Tag
  • Thumbs up!! First person that finally said "its small enough that I'm not gonna split it." I watch some bushcraft guys baton 4 inch pieces of wood. Its a waste of time and energy and your fire wood doesn't last as long. Nevermind the fact that you're needlessly destroying your knife. Sure it makes for video time but if you can baton it, its not worth splitting (unless you're in wetlands, and there is no dry wood.) Edit: of course if there is no tinder available then obviously it's required. I'm talking about the boys who are batoning wood with a surplus of sticks behind them

    DommyBoy SmithDommyBoy SmithVor Tag
  • u just need little knife and axe for bushcraft ??

    OverDoze ODOverDoze ODVor Tag
  • Most Excellent!

    Mary BlaylockMary BlaylockVor 2 Tage
  • thanks again mike, you can never go wrong with a tip video. very good! ill use this for my first summer going solo bush camping. I bought a hot tent tipi, small woodstove, and a sleeper for inside the tipi that zips closed. its coming any day in the mail. I hope to visit gully lake in nova scotia Canada where I am from. for 60 years an old hermit lived there. very cool. "the hermit of gully lake" nova scotia Canada. check it out recommend!

    Bosko CAM485Bosko CAM485Vor 3 Tage
  • Good skills

    Tommy HamiltonTommy HamiltonVor 3 Tage
  • you would be dead if you took this time to make a fire in Australia, you get wood make fire does not have to be cut into pine strips, stick to your little woodland, common sense is all you need.

    Peter RobertsonPeter RobertsonVor 3 Tage
  • What kind of axe is that?

    xNade GodxNade GodVor 4 Tage
  • I just use the plumber's vice for cutting wood Under one knee and over the other and crouch down and hold the one under your knee on its end then just have at it

    dave matthewsdave matthewsVor 4 Tage
  • Wow, awesome, thanks Mike and Paul!

    dr05guitardr05guitarVor 5 Tage
  • That lad really loves his axes.. Great vid..

    cloggybhoy cloggcloggybhoy cloggVor 5 Tage
  • Excellent Video as I’ve grown to expect.

    The DogThe DogVor 6 Tage
  • I wonder what watch the guy in the green shirt is wearing and what his background is?

    David SilerDavid SilerVor 8 Tage
  • Great video, but the coffee dropping is a waste of energy, just use the same technique as using a french press: let the coffee sit for about 4 minutes, then use a spoon or basically anything to stir up the top. Give it another 5 minutes, and all the bits settle down at the bottom. If you really want to have a clean coffee, just use the spoon to get the few bits that might be floating on top. Don’t do lunges with the coffee, guys.

    kellergzsikellergzsiVor 8 Tage
  • Great video, but the coffee dropping is a waste of energy, just use the same technique as using a french press: let the coffee sit for about 4minutes, then use a spoon or basically anything to stir up the top. Give it another 5 minutes, and all the bits settle down at the bottom. If you really want to have a clean coffee, just use the spoon to get the few bits that might be floating on top. Don’t do lunges with the coffee, guys.

    kellergzsikellergzsiVor 8 Tage
  • great video guys! you've got me hooked, thanks for the tips

    jimbo jonesjimbo jonesVor 8 Tage
  • A lot of Knowledge. Thank you, Sir.Very helpful.

    Javed KhanJaved KhanVor 9 Tage
  • Hi Mike, love you videos, what is the little stow away belt pouch you use at the start of your video (about 0:30 seconds in?) All the best

    Jude FieldingJude FieldingVor 9 Tage
  • Bushcraft? C/mon, buy a Bic.

    RicopolicoRicopolicoVor 10 Tage
  • Strangely, this brings me back to my woodworking class from when I was still at school. I can practically smell the sawdust!

    DarkKnight6six6DarkKnight6six6Vor 10 Tage
  • Where’d you get that blackberry waste pack?

    A Part MinotaurA Part MinotaurVor 11 Tage
  • I absolutely love safety thinking. It makes me feel more confident using tools.

    Dave Marley MusicDave Marley MusicVor 11 Tage
  • i just tickeled it a bit

    Ochi bumOchi bumVor 11 Tage
  • Absolutely brilliant video Mike and Paul :) always learning no matter how experienced you are. Top Tip Mike, reduce back ache and calve ache hammock sleeping by sleeping diagonally and not like a banana straight on dude x

    Storb UnlimitedStorb UnlimitedVor 11 Tage
  • Very informative video! Best instruction I've seen. Many bushcraft videos barely touch on safety and this video is much better.

    James SwickJames SwickVor 12 Tage
  • Amazing loved it, lots of tips here

    callum coopercallum cooperVor 13 Tage
  • Stop putting Ad's in videos, I pay a premium for no Ad's!!

    Philip VeneroPhilip VeneroVor 13 Tage
  • OMG how much is he going to teach us. I feel like I need to pay him.

    Lexy AnhLexy AnhVor 14 Tage
  • Terrible way to make a fire waste of energy there are better ways man

    Steven GarciaSteven GarciaVor 15 Tage
  • Slightly flexible stick... Stick:SNAP!!!!

    Skewby CuberSkewby CuberVor 17 Tage
  • @25:36 alan partridge

    David PenmanDavid PenmanVor 18 Tage
  • This is BY FAR the best tutorial I have ever seen. I'm a beginner, and this tutorial is well defined and detailed. Thank you for your time and effort, for trying to teach these valuable aspects.

    Efe GülerEfe GülerVor 19 Tage
  • Maybe you overdid it a bit with the feathersticks :p But awsome very learnful video, Thank you!

    Timeless AdventuresTimeless AdventuresVor 19 Tage
  • What a priceless video. Thanks very much for imparting this knowledge so freely . I loved the unsplitable log bit , I new it didn't have a chance 😁 thanks again

    ohforfxcksakeohforfxcksakeVor 20 Tage
  • Brilliant video 👌🏻👌🏻💪🏻💪🏻

    Chris HemmingChris HemmingVor 20 Tage
  • Here in nola usa, admiring our over-seas relatives from whom & where we came from. U guys are wonderful, thank u so for the video & the super informative skills, i envy u guys & appreciate yall so much! Ķeep them coming!

    Harris QuicksilverHarris QuicksilverVor 21 Tag
  • tips - on how to survive - OOOOOOHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhhhh0000000000

    sonoftherepublicsonoftherepublicVor 21 Tag
  • 30 mins in. I'm very familiar with Bush craft. Raised my entire life with it. This was the best bit of info I've seen on the net

    Voice420Voice420Vor 22 Tage
  • Love your work. Is there an equipment list available?

    Zax PaxZax PaxVor 22 Tage
  • Fantastic

    Simon BlackwoodSimon BlackwoodVor 22 Tage
  • I just feel silly as a Canadian listening to a British guy about the bush, I'm sure Americans and Aussies feel the same, but this is actually great.

    Fortitude SouthFortitude SouthVor 23 Tage
    • monty doesn't does not ever explain anything to me - beer me

      sonoftherepublicsonoftherepublicVor 21 Tag
  • cool thanks ! learned some good stuff here !

    andre maratteusandre maratteusVor 24 Tage
  • Days 600 and something in quarintine and still have no clue how the flip I got here

    Lucas KlinkhamerLucas KlinkhamerVor 25 Tage
  • Where can you go in the uk just to camp out been kicked out of 1 or 2 forests in my time,

    Brian HeppellBrian HeppellVor 25 Tage
  • I have learned so much from this. Thank you.. Heading to part 2 now. :)

    Anne GlasserAnne GlasserVor 25 Tage
  • Awesome video...Thank you!!!

    Shawn HeimShawn HeimVor 26 Tage
  • Thanks mate that was really useful, a few tips I've picked up there which may help with my feathersticks and my drill technique. I'm more of a bow drill man but what I picked up can be easily transferred. This is probably one of the best overall Bushcraft instruction videos I have seen. Have Paul Kirtley on is a big asset and so thanks to both of you guys.

    Onward and UpwardOnward and UpwardVor 27 Tage
  • I’m envious of the axe work, ok so is why I’m having so much trouble splitting wood, the fact that it’s my first time, ( week ya probably) but the only wood I have available in the backyard is green pecan, about 8 inch diameter. Just curious if the hard wood is the issue, or the fact it’s hard and green.?

    Trooper2221Trooper2221Vor 27 Tage
  • This was a great video guys thank you for sharing I learned a lot from this God bless you

    John CoyoteJohn CoyoteVor 28 Tage
  • I watched this a year ago, and gave it a thumbs up. I am watching it again, and it is just as brilliant the second time around.

    Earth ManEarth ManVor 28 Tage
  • Those wood sounds would make nice ASMR fuel

    digi92digi92Vor 28 Tage
  • Where did you get your pouch that's seen in the beginning of the video

    sergio hernandezsergio hernandezVor 29 Tage
  • Being French, or dumb!, I don't get the name of the tree he uses as the drill for hand drilling... anyone can write it so I know how it is spelled? Thank you

    Matthieu LafrenièreMatthieu LafrenièreVor 29 Tage
  • What a brilliant informative tutorial.

    Zak, MohammedZak, MohammedVor 29 Tage
  • You ain’t got nothing on Zaki Fowler

    Carl SavoryCarl SavoryVor Monat
  • Preparing firewood can really be a wonderful mantra, as is shown here. Great vid

    asdfasdfVor Monat
  • This guy sounds like he should have worked for the IRS auditing people.

    Seth PondSeth PondVor Monat
  • Seeing knots tied skillfully is like a magic show to me.

    Daniel ButcherDaniel ButcherVor Monat
    • Tis a great skill and good to watch. Daniel, just wait for the video on String Theory in practice in woodland....

      CoisíCoisíVor 28 Tage
  • Noticed cambium in the thumbnail

    Birdyy playzBirdyy playzVor Monat
  • too dragged out for me

    Bushcraft DanBushcraft DanVor Monat
  • The standing saw cross cut trick is not something I would use. It seems like it would put a lot of undue stress on the saw when the piece inevitably binds the blade. At one point the blade warped in such a way that if you're hand slipped from the sudden bind, you might get a nasty cut! One could easily prop the other end of the log on, well, anything. Make a saw horse setup out of a log and a large rock if you have too! This was great and very informative! Subbed!

    17Scumdog17ScumdogVor Monat
  • Ur the best dudes

    Searching 4 NefilimsSearching 4 NefilimsVor Monat
  • Really appreciated the tips and experience that Paul shared, along with his quiet and calm nature. Was a long video, but had really great information, even for those who are more familiar with bush safety and fire making. Thanks to both of you!

    The Biegel Family channelThe Biegel Family channelVor Monat
  • 1:20:11 camera: {zooms in} my brain: {zooms in}

    joebro391joebro391Vor Monat
  • Watching from Northern Alberta, Canada. We enjoy camping and lots of outdoor stuff and found his tips on axe use and safety very helpful and insightful. Thank you!

    The Biegel Family channelThe Biegel Family channelVor Monat
  • Thanks for the techniques and safety advice.

    Inn DeepInn DeepVor Monat
  • 19:40 "you use the natural curve of the ax to hid your fingers" *Laughs in Fiskars*

    Napraznicul EliasNapraznicul EliasVor Monat
Bushcraft Skills - Axe & Knife Skills, Camp Setup, Fire (Overnight Camping)