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    I was wondering if there was a printable compilation of all or most of the info in the "book" on the website. I will not be spending much time on the computer reading but more in an area without internet/computers new than the 1990's generation of IBM PS/I's...

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    Unfortunately, there is not.

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    Would it be alright to print all the stuff off individually and compile it into a book for personal use? I'd really like a book version of all the "lessons" too. Much easier to use than a computer when you are outdoors.
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    Of course. If you write a book based on stuff on the site and make a gazillion dollars you'll have to split it with Chris but lessons, recipes, etc can be copied. I have tons of stuff in 3 ring binders just in case.

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    The section of the main site that is the survival manual is pulled from US Army Manual FM 21-76 which you can purchase in book form.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/956...SIN=9562914488

    I do think it is a good idea to have this or another survival book handy. When in a survival situation, or a SHTF scenario, you won't always be able to go on the Internet to google "how to build a solar still." Or whatever you need.

    Books don't require electricity.

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    Steve's Pages has just about every military manual known to man for free. He also has reloading, weapon manuals and parts manuals galore.

    http://stevespages.com/page7c.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by majikchicken View Post
    Hi,
    I was wondering if there was a printable compilation of all or most of the info in the "book" on the website. I will not be spending much time on the computer reading but more in an area without internet/computers new than the 1990's generation of IBM PS/I's...

    Thank you,
    Mateo
    Hi, I am also looking to make a compilation to print out, and I am wondering if you have a pdf version of the one you printed out? It would save me a lot of time, and I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold L View Post
    Hi, I am also looking to make a compilation to print out, and I am wondering if you have a pdf version of the one you printed out? It would save me a lot of time, and I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
    Read post #6, just above yours. Or check out http://www.wilderness-survival.net/f...ntable-Version
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