Bushcraft - The Art of Survival in Nature is Spreading - Land December 2018

The Swedish magazine Land has for me always been a symbol of reality and homesteading. The mag has been seen laying on kitchen tables in Swedish homesteads through the years.
So when Land contacted us wanting to do an interview on Bushcraft we of-course proudly said Yes.

Picture: www.land.se  Photo: Lotta Silferbrand

The nice ans skill-fulled Journalist ms Lotta Silferbrand visited us on our homestead in Riddarhyttan Sweden for some coffee and interesting conversations about what Bushcraft is and how important wilderness skills is to mankind and the environment. After that we headed out in the refreshing outdoors of Bergslagen Sweden. Besides enjoying the Autumn air we focused on fire skills from different eras. I demonstrated the bow drill technique and how to think when building, maintaining and safely putting out a fire in the outdoors.

Picture: www.land.se  Photo:Lotta Silferbrand

We wish to thank Lotta and Land for good words, nice photos and well publishing. We hope that the article can inspire more of us to go outdoors and enjoy the knowledge of Nature.

You can see the whole article in Land by clicking HERE.

Read even more about what Bushcraft is by clicking HERE.

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Hultafors Premium Axes - Vapentidningen No.1 - 2019

This year's first issue of  Vapentidningen is on its way out to the stores - No.1 - 2019.
Inside you'll find Jonas 3-page article on Hultafors Premium Axe series.

With genuine carbon steel from Smedjebacken Sweden, craftsmanship from Hults Bruk in Åby Sweden and American hickory nicely shaped by Bröderna Smedbergs in Rydaholm Sweden this series come with high quality and great history. You can see more about the axes by clicking HERE. And then we hope you pick up the mag to get more detailed information on each axe model in the Hultafors Premium Axes series.

Some examples of other interesting articles inside the same mag; Steel-Action HS (Erland Gunnarsson), Rizzini BR110 (Tobias Hassel) and Schmeisser 1911 Hugo (Henrik Kalling).

We want to take the opportunity to congratulate mr Erland Gunnarsson to his new role as Chief Editor at the magazine! His off to a good start delivering this great first issue.

To also see Jonas earlier articles published inside Vapentidningen; click HERE.

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