Spec Ops Bushcrafting Review – The Absolute Survival

Spec Ops Bushcrafting

When Charles Darwin talked about survival for the fittest, he did not mean the rushing to ER, oxygen-mask kind of survival. No, it was the grueling, beast-against-elements- of-nature survival. I used to think I was really tough, and could survive any wilderness I was dropped in. Topping scouts’ camp drills and climbing a few mountains is bound to make you this lofty. Taking on the Spec Ops Bushcrafting challenging was an eye-opener to me that if push came to shove in the survival arena, me and the dinosaurs would be on the same side. Thanks to this program, I have now remedied the situation.


Why Spec Ops Bushcrafting could benefit you

It is an ebook or program having an 8-pillar combo set up that helps you survive any crisis, even without resources and tools. In short, it is an outdoor survival manual. It challenges the skills you were once proud of and introduces you to newer, unfathomable ones. For example, there is no doubt it is possible to start a fire in the jungle without a matchbox, right? Now, here is the bomb – the easiest way to do that, is not by rubbing splinters (bow drill), but by using your pee as a magnifying glass!

The program makes you realize that many things you have learnt about survival in the wilderness is based on impractical expectations of the real challenges faced in a life and death scenario. Moreover, it is important to have more than one way of solving a problem, if you are to survive. If there isn’t enough sunlight for the pee trick, there are 3 other ways to default to.

The program is a survival guide like no other. In fact, you learn how some of the methods you believed in can become a death-trap for you.


Who came up with Spec Ops Bushcrafting?

This program is the brainchild of Bob, whose misconceptions about his survival skills were much bigger than mine. He believed he was better than 99% of US citizens, when it came to real life survival circumstances. Things changed for him when he challenged retired master sergeant Brian Morris, an ex-US Special Forces member to a wilderness-survival duel – no food, no water, only a knife and few resources in the backpack. The key was to use the simple things around them.

Spec Ops Bushcrafting was born out of the 2 men approaching wilderness challenges using different approaches – the civilian taught way, and the Special Forces way. It is a no brainer which one is mouth-agape astonishing!

What is Spec Ops Bushcrafting?

Spec Ops Bushcrafting is a survival manual that brings a paradigm shift to many ‘civilian’ survival techniques. Soon it was clear that the complete survival protocol comes in 8 pillars: shelter, water, fire-craft, food, security, survival navigation, communication and health. Though the challenge had focused on the water procurement, shelter building and fire-craft pillars, there is a lot of stuff tucked in there that spills to other areas as well. All in all, a very awakening exposure that includes:

  • The 9 commandments of constructing a shelter in snow
  • Finding water in the most parched settings
  • 7 crucial ways of starting and keeping a fire going in the snow
  • Detecting even the minutest wildlife movement
  • Preserving meat in the wilderness
  • The only safe drinking water in the wilderness
  • Identifying edible and deadly plants
  • Staying warm at night
  • 10 hardy shelters

Other benefits to expect


The book comes with 3 bonuses also in the form of guide books covering 3 areas:

  • Identifying wild plants, and preparing them for meals
  • Medicinal herbs
  • Engaging children in outdoor projects

Excellent customer support

The customer support made up of Brian’s support team is available 24/7


There is a 60-day money back guarantee


The book is very affordable. It costs $39

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Simple good shelter structure


Results depend on the individual’s effort

Sometimes it is hard to get the concept, but patience and practice is key


Absolute survival is not for the faint-hearted. It goes beyond lighting a fire without a matchbox, or surviving a few days in a ‘tame’ wilderness. It is surviving the real harsh elements of nature, where death lurks in the periphery. Spec Ops Bushcrafting sifts out the boys from the men. Are you man enough to take on its challenge?


About Nancy 22 Articles
Nancy likes to experience the great outdoors, which is why she chose a research-based profession. Her desire to explore the world has seen her spend ten of the last fifteen years traversing at least five continents for an extreme experience in a variety of conditions, helping her nurture her survival skills. She likes to read while on the road, and has picked up more than one handy survival skill from the confines of a book. When she is not researching, reading or spending time with nature, Nancy likes to teach survival skills to young learners as she believes it is quickly becoming a lost art. By empowering the younger generation to co-exist with nature, Nancy hopes to raise conservation efforts.

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