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Episode-562- Dave Canterbury on Survivability for the Common Man

Today Dave Canterbury joins us to discuss a few of his new projects and the concept of “Survivability for the Common Man”.  Dave of course is best known as the co-star of Dual Survivor on The Discovery Channel and his YouTube channel which to date has received over 6.9 million views to date.  You can also win a first edition of Dave’s new magazine and his book, both autographed, tune in today to find out how.

Join us today as we ask Dave questions like…

  • What exactly is “survivability for the common man”
  • What does the average person need to know for the time they spend off the black top
  • Why does some training fall short
  • What are the five C’s of survivability
  • Why is survival a “calorie game”
  • Why should we carry both modern gear and know primitive skills
  • What is the difference between sure fire and sure flame
  • How can you train in the field with Dave
  • What makes a good wilderness knife or a EDC knife
  • Choosing between a 22 and a shot gun in the bush or at home
  • What is the biggest threat we face as a people today

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Episode-462- Dave Canterbury from Dual Survival

Today Dave Canterbury from the Discovery series Dual Survival joins us to talk about the show, working with Cody Lundin, the value of survival skills, primitive archery, teaching kids and more.

Join us today as we discuss.

  • Dave ran a reptile farm?  Yep!  And what it has to do with survivalism.
  • How YouTube, facebook, etc have changed everything entrepreneurs in the survivalist niche
  • What the “Path Finder” system is and why Dave created it
  • Why the contrast between Dave and Cody Lundin is part of the show
  • What Dave really meant when he said, “sometimes I have to fight Mother Nature”
  • Why we will continue to see more skills and how to as the Dual Survivor evolves
  • A sneak preview of Episode Three
  • What it is like to spend time with indigenous people learning the way their cultures live
  • The environment that was the toughest one for Dave Canterbury
  • The one place Dave wasn’t just comfortable he could have stayed a few extra days on vacation
  • Where you can meet and train with Dave Canterbury in person
  • The new upcoming book, “The Pathfinder System, a Common man’s Survival Guide”
  • Why Dave feels being a survivalist keeps you humble
  • The importance of teaching our children values and traditional skills

Resources for Today’s Show

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Episode-291- An Interview with Dave Canterbury

Today we have Dave Canterbury on The Survival Podcast.  Dave is most widely known for his amazing videos on YouTube where he has about 250 videos posted.  Watching his youtube videos is like getting a college degree is like getting a college degree in bush craft with both primitive and modern methods.   In fact he will soon be appearing in series on The Discovery Channel about wilderness survival thanks to all his hard work.

Dave is also the owner of Wilderness Outfitters Archery and “The Pathfinder School”  He is an amazing resource and has worked tirelessly to help people learn to reconnect with their roots by spending quality time in the wilderness.

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