Want to thrive in the wild? Learn how to make a couple of weapons with the resources surrounding you in the bush.
In the wild, we need protection. Being able to make your own tools and wilderness survival weapons in the wild is the difference between surviving and thriving in the wild.
In this guide, we cover three weapons you can make in the wild.
DIY Wilderness Survival Weapons
How To Make Wilderness Survival Weapons
We need weapons and tools in the wild. In a survival situation, they are even more important. They make it easier and much more efficient to build and defend ourselves in the wild.
Here are three survival weapons we can make it in the wild.
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Slingshots are a lot of fun for recreation. There are even competitions with slingshots if you decide they are a lot of fun and find yourself practicing with them often.
This video will show you how to make one in the wild.
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A sling is easy to make for the most part.
But mastering how to use it effectively for hurling objects at your enemies or just smashing objects or threats with it requires a bit more practice.
This video by primitive technology shows you how to make a perfect sling.
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This weapon is straight forward and required no further explanation.
A throwing stick is simply, a stick you find in the wild and can and is able to being thrown for the purpose you need it for. Whether it’s for protection or other reasons.
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Throwing stars are great for weapons. They’re lightweight. They’re small. They’re easy to pack and carry.
This video is a great tutorial on how to make shuriken or ninja throwing stars.
But how would you make one in the wild?
This video shows you how to make DIY throwing stars in the wilderness.
There are different DIY survival weapons you can make, choose the ones that are the most relevant to what you do on a regular basis.
Either way, you can’t go wrong making any them. They will improve your di it yourself and building skills and allow you to be more self-reliant.
Have you ever made a DIY weapon in the wild? Which one?
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