Extreme heat and extreme cold often claim the lives of those who don’t come prepared – even if that means you’re in the range when conditions change. In light of some recent examples I’ve seen across the internet like people getting helplessly stuck in the ice and snow, I thought I’d bring along a subject matter expert to help us all be better prepared for these types of situations. BrassFacts has done a lot of research, training, and actual survivalist camping throughout his entire life and has even taught winter survival overseas. While the advice he has in this particular podcast isn’t what you’ll get from Artic Ranger training, these simple tips, items, and pieces of knowledge are just about what everyone needs to keep themselves out of trouble and alive if they find themselves in trouble in the snow.
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TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #102: Winter Survival Tips with BrassFacts & Hop
In today’s episode of TFB’s Behind The Gun Podcast we’ve brought back Hop, as well as Brock (BrassFacts) to talk about something many shooters don’t often consider when heading out to the wilderness to shoot – winter survival. Having seen a handful of people including competitive shooters, influencers, and other shooters getting stuck in the ice and snow at their shooting spots, I’ve brought on Brock to talk about how to get through and also be prepared for these types of situations. BrassFacts has an extensive amount of current and past experience and formal training and teaching when it comes to winter survival, land navigation, and making camp when you’re displaced from your vehicle. Today we’ll talk about some basic necessities for the road, what extra things you should keep around in the winter, and what type of gear is most important when it comes to tackling these types of situations. Please welcome BrassFacts, and Hop to the show!
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