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    Default The Bushcraft Journal Magazine - Now FREE!

    Just thought I'd share, seen a lot on Facebook about The Bushcraft Journal now being free - The latest issue just launched: https://joom.ag/csTL

    Loads of cool stuff in the magazine and was worth it when I paid for it, but now all the back issues are free and everything!
    Jay
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    Nice find! Brilliant, thanks very much.

    Just downloaded all 17 issues. Thanks to the publishers and editors [and contributors] for making this resource available for free!

    I shall thoroughly enjoy nosing my way through them.
    Last edited by Dave; 02-10-2017 at 15:57.
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    Thanks for heads up!

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    Thank you very much!

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    154 views and three thankyou's. Whats wrong with people?

    A mate of mine met the editor on a PK course the other week, very nice chap apparently.
    The unsuspecting Britons spoke of such novelties as civilisation, when in fact they were only a feature of their enslavement.

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    Excellent! Thank you for sharing.

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    Awesome stuff. I've have a good look through that when I get some time.
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    Thanks for the heads up 👍🏼

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    Amazing news, I was always happy to pay the 3.95 as it was a good read with some great photography and presentation. I particularly enjoy Dave Bliss' articles, he's a very good wordsmith! I duly hope the editorial team have been able to carve a deal where they can still earn some kind of a living and/or stay motivated to keep things going.
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    Excellent , I'll be doing like Dave and downloading these to dip in and out of , Thanks for the heads up .
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    braw thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble View Post
    Amazing news, I was always happy to pay the 3.95 as it was a good read with some great photography and presentation. I particularly enjoy Dave Bliss' articles, he's a very good wordsmith! I duly hope the editorial team have been able to carve a deal where they can still earn some kind of a living and/or stay motivated to keep things going.
    Dave's a good mate of mine and will be really chuffed you enjoy his writing �� And yes...I really enjoy the Journal too..
    Stu
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    Thanks very much for this. Downloaded and onto the tablet. That'll make train journeys much more interesting.

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    Thanks very much. I've been downloading them. What great magazines! I'm amazed they are free. Really good articles and really well put together.
    Would love a print version!
    Russ

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    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Many thanks for the link. Now downloaded for leisurely perusal...

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    Like the others have said.
    Many thanks to the folk who have made this available for download.
    Nice one!

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    A great resource, I subscribed last week on FB.

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    I have - this very minute - signed up ...
    Not something I would normally do, as I do not like reading from a screen, but in this case it looks to be a read worth putting aside my dislike.
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