- Nice mix for young and old, experienced and beginners, great read!
- Thank you very much Bushcraft & Survival Skills - Excellent read, I've learnt loads of new and cool things.
- Fantastic, my wife and I really enjoy the read it being different from the combat/military approach.
- Fantastic, I enjoy every issue.
- Great magazine! Long awaited!!!
- It is a great magazine, covering everything I need to know, many thanks.
- Fantastic magazine! Very well presented, lovely articles, I even use some of the activities in the school where I work and the children love them!
- Brilliant magazine - my wife loves it too. New to bushcraft, she has learnt a lot from it and even though I have been practicing these skills since I was young I have too!
- The highlight of my year was finding this magazine, great magazine and enlightening articles.
- Full of brilliant tips and tutorials for when you are outdoors, superb magazine!
- What a great magazine! After many years of wondering how to make acorn coffee, you've provided the answer!
- Excellent magazine, my 3 year old daughter loves running around outside with me doing some of the things from the magazine.
- Bushcraft Magazine is a fantastic source of both practical and interesting articles... a truly great read from cover to cover.
- Top magazine and fantastic website... keep up the good work.
Budget Bushcraft Projects…
In this issue, If you feel like getting stuck into a bush craft project then you can choose from making bush candles with Jason Ingamell, a budget machete sheath with our resident ‘Bushcraft on a Budget’ expert Ian Nairn or if you are feeling adventurous and want to make something that leads onto making more and more, then why not have a go at making a simple forge with Ben & Lois Orford.
If you're itching to get out foraging then go for a mid summer forage with Wild food expert, Marcus Harrison or if you just want to get out into nature and see what is happening at this time of the year, then take a look at what Pablo has to say. Speaking of wild things, Paul Donovan shows you how to avoid getting bitten or stung.
If your pockets are bulging or you want something that you can easily put aside when you are not in the woods, then take a look at the leather pouches review. Ian Storer shares his interest in art and the outdoors and how you can develop this talent as you practice bushcraft and Tim Gent is back to give us some canoe basics. Nick Allen shares skills for camouflage and concealment and we answer a reader’s query about bushcraft qualifications.
If you are planning a summer holiday then ‘Lofty’ Wiseman and Paul Kirtley have got this covered, providing you with their sound advice to avoid problems.
Whatever interests you most in this issue we hope that you enjoy reading it and that you can get out into the sunshine and practice and refine your bushcraft skills.