Pimping your survival shelter Part 4- Making the Door

Pimping your survival shelter Part 4- Making the Door

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This video describes how to build a door for you wickiup to make it vent well and also help hold the heat in for increased comfort.

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19 Comments

  1. Two words. Dick Proenneke. Peace, Out.

  2. In a survival situation why would I need to be certified?
    And why do I need a certificate at all anyway?
    I grew up in AR and have done a lot of camping.
    But I do like your videos.

  3. Good Vlog though!

  4. Now I'm even LESS Impressed! DOWN SOUTH! You should learn from Dave Peterson! He is even a friend of LES STROUDS!

  5. Cool man

  6. I have made a shelter that looks like this, but I did the in another way

  7. Silent Gamer Girl

    at 4:57 in the video you can see an old abandoned shelter. I like this shelter it looks cute.

    one thing iv noticed that just about all people from USA cant stop saying is and I quote " YOU KNOW " end quote lol

  8. Awesome vid Rob! Love your videos, hoping to attend some courses in the future.

  9. I want to see it with a fire in it. I'm not convinced you wont get choke out with smoke. Especially during a storm. I also have my doubts about how dry the bed area would stay in a heavy rain. Until i see it in action, it looks like a kids fort in a backyard.

  10. Noble Sir Knight

    Hi just some basic beginner questions, where do you buy your undies? Is it safe to cut down wards on top of your leg? Are tiny birds ok to to eat? Is any type of shelter best for masturbating in? Is human semen a free source of protein if eating my own? Any secrets to getting tree sap of my scrotum? Can flatulance help to start a fire? Would an extremly heavy rain leak through into the shelter? Can faunicating with animals help to keep warmth in the shelter? Any cure for severe jock itch?

  11. Noble Sir Knight

    Hi just some basic beginner questions, where do you buy your undies? Is it safe to cut down wards on top of your leg? Are tiny birds ok to to eat? Is any type of shelter best for masturbating in? Is human semen a free source of protein if eating my own? Any secrets to getting tree sap of my scrotum? Can flatulance help to start a fire? Would an extremly heavy rain leak through into the shelter? Can faunicating with animals help to keep warmth in the shelter? Any cure for severe jock itch?

  12. in a survival whe dont use knife or axe orqanother thing

  13. What kind of Axe or saw would u recommend along with the knives for long lasting use ?

  14. You look like the guy from Daredevil, Nelson. 

  15. What state are you guys out of

  16. I have an important question brother.. in the bush/forest I want to setup a hut like this and live in it for a while but we have heaps of poisonous snakes that like to get into your tent and poisonous spiders and ticks/leaches that are probably living in the wood/ leaves. what should I do lol I wouldn't be able to leave a gap under the door like that ey? the snakes aren't climbers thank fuck haha any suggestions? I could smoke the wood before using it for the spiders andticks I suppose.. bit of a hastle but I don't really want to kill a bunch of creatures quick fryin the wood that's a but unneccesary lol

  17. Do you guys have an instructor in Missouri or Kansas? 

  18. SuperJumpReviews

    man, this is better than some of the motels I've been to. lol

  19. If I built this in my area where we get a greater amount of rain how would it be for keeping dry on the inside?

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