When disaster strikes, time is of the essence. From a tornado to an angry bear to a revolution in a foreign country, be ready for anything with "The Ultimate Survival Manual: 333 Skills That Will Get You Out Alive." Written by Rich Johnson and the editors of "Outdoor Life" magazine, this invaluable guide is packed with clear, easy-to-understand instructions, helpful diagrams, essential checklists and inspirational first-person stories. Fascinating, real-life tales of "extreme survival" are sprinkled throughout the book. Whether you're in the wild or the urban jungle, "The Ultimate Survival Manual" is your guide to overcoming any situation. Paperback, 256 pages.
Clear, easy-to-understand instructions
Inspiring first-person stories
Disaster scenarios in multiple international situations
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Questions & Answers
How does this compare with the Field & Stream "Total Outdoorsman Manual"
Asking this question because both Field & Stream and Outdoor Life are published by the same company and I have the "Total Outdoorsman Manual"! I don't want to buy a reference book for which I already have the information.
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I got a lot more from this book it gets more in depth then the total outdoorsman manual I have been hunting 33 years and learned alot for this book