Discussion in 'General Survival and Preparedness' started by Seacowboys, Jul 14, 2012.
Sweet... Awesome pics, thanks for posting this!
Good post.My children and I have used the old log method with great results.
Seacowboys, good illustrations on the snares. Have you ever tried using a rat trap nailed or tied to a tree? I have used these with very good results.
This is my method of rebuilding a damaged Snare using what I normally carry in the woods.
Bishop spring pole snare: [MEDIA]
I started doing this series of videos for the month of April.
I am getting the majority of what I am talking about out of the SAS handbook.
a coil of piano wire, 20 to 50 feet long
a 3 foot piece of piano wire used as a bow string makes a very quick and handy bowsaw
or you can...
I know there are always going to be a few people new to snaring, and thought I could give some thoughts on 3 types of snare wire to help out in...
After the SHTF, it's too late to start thinking about alternate more effective means of taking game and fish for providing protien for the tribe....
The original link is no longer working, preserved here for historical...
Ive started makeing snares that will fall closed but wont loosen up untill you release them. They are made of 1/16" cable that has a work load of...
I was just curious if anyone else had ever done any trapping or at least setting of traps to make sure they knew how to do it and to test the...
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