SAS Survival Guide Handbook

Just the other day after posting about my SAS Survival Handbook, I did a search on the internet and was surprise to find the mini version. I wanted to know if the content is the same as the Handbook which I have left back home in Singapore. When I saw the price that was sold on Amazon.com, I was utterly shock. The mini Guide book was selling for US7.99!!! Without hesitation I placed an order and it took about 3 weeks to arrive.

Why did I get this? I have always wanted to carry such book outdoor. My previous handbook is way too big to carry around unlike this guide book, it is handy and you can carry around like a bible. Honestly I can't remember everything that I had read from my previous handbook and this pocket size is just way to perfect. It will help me to identify fungi and plants which I have very poor recollection and is a great camp book to read at night.

After examining the guide book, I believed it is identical to the handbook except for an article on nuclear disaster that is not mentioned if I remembered correctly.The topic on first aid is enough to cover on daily aspect of life if you examine the content below. Overall I highly recommend to anyone who has interest about survival skills. It will probably safe you or your loved ones when the day comes.




Here are the details of the  SAS Survival Guide book
Price: USD7.99
Freight: USD9.98
Weight: 217g
Size: 117 x 82 x 23mm
Author: John "Lofty" Wiseman
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Year published: 2006 (first US edition)
Pages : 384
Topics covered:
  • Essentials for Survival 
    • be prepared
    • equipment
    • survival kit
    • survival pouch
    • knives
    • facing disaster
    • water
  • Climate & Terrain
    • climate zones
    • polar regions
    • mountains
    • seashores
    • arid regions
    • tropical regions
  • Food
    • food values
    • plants for food
    • trees
    • fungi
    • artic and northern plants
    • tropical plants
    • seashore plants
    • animals for food
    • fish and fishing
  • Camp Craft
    • shelter and making camp
    • fire
    • cooking
    • preserving food
    • organizing the camp
    • tools
    • furnishing the camp
    • animals products
    • ropes and lines
    • knots
  • Reading the Signs
    • maps
    • working out directions
    • weather signs
  • On the Move
    • the decision to move
    • planning a route
    • moving in groups
    • walking at night
    • travelling upland
    • jungle travel
    • waterways
  • Survival at Sea
    • abandoning ship
    • in the water
    • making landfall
  • Rescue
    • signaling
    • signals and codes
    • search
    • helicopter rescue
  • Health
    • first aid
    • unconsciuos casualties
    • breathing and pules
    • coking and blockages
    • not breathing and no pulse
    • artifical respiration
    • is the heart beating?
    • cardiac compression
    • A.R with compression
    • wounds and dressings
    • burns
    • fractures
    • sprains
    • dislocations
    • shock
    • bandaging
    • minor ailments
    • moving an injured person
    • emergency childbirth
    • bites
    • general poisoning
    • general disorders
    • warm climate diseases
    • warm climate ailments
    • cold climate hazards
    • natural medicine
    • plant preparations
    • remedies
    • tropical medicinal plants
    • poisonous snakes
    • crocodiles and slligators
    • dangerous water creature
    • other sea creature
  • Disaster Strategies 
    • predicting disaster
    • drought
    • fire
    • flood
    • tsunami
    • avalanche
    • hurricane
    • tornado
    • lightning
    • earthquakes
    • volcano
    • vehicles

    topics on plants

    topic on campcraft

    topic on fungi

    topic on first aid

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