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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!
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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.
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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..
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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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    Subscribed and will download previous issues when I find my kindle ��
    Thanks for the info
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    Just come across this thread.
    I’ve purchased some previous editions and always thought it the best magazine of its type. Well worth the money and now even more so given that’s it’s free. I really hope it continues to thrive as it’s a great read. Many thanks to the editor and contributors for the hard work they put into it.

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