Alabama "jungle" school coming

Discussion in 'ESEE KNIVES' started by R.A.T., Mar 21, 2011.

  1. Soul.Stealer

    Soul.Stealer

    36
    Apr 19, 2010
    Stateside Jungle class?

    sounds like something I would do...
     
  2. twodog

    twodog

    49
    Feb 10, 2011
    ya stateside is a plus. wish you did a woods class closer to the west coast. wish my property was bigger, i only have a few acres in plumas national forest in northern california.
     
  3. SocalSurvivalistX

    SocalSurvivalistX

    81
    Feb 1, 2011
    Hey Jeff! How about a southern california class? The weathers great out here! Haha
     
  4. JV3

    JV3

    Mar 17, 2010
    what animals made those tracks?
     
  5. caine

    caine

    Nov 9, 2003
    Jeff I was about to send you a address to ship it to :).

    I hope to make this. Make me feel like a Catchan Swamp Rat
     
  6. R.A.T.

    R.A.T. Randall's Adventure & Training

    Feb 4, 2004
    I wish my pecker was longer!
     
  7. adaman04

    adaman04

    Jun 9, 2009
    First'n

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  8. R.A.T.

    R.A.T. Randall's Adventure & Training

    Feb 4, 2004
    Any color coordinator that shows up at the class will have to walk point on the night nav through the swamps. Cottonmouths seemed to be attracted more towards females (I was going to say pussies but figured that wouldn't be nice) :D
     
  9. santacruz

    santacruz

    132
    Jan 20, 2011
    sounds like more fun by the minute! i was also wondering if you'd ever do training somewhere besides AL and Peru. Maybe Sonoran Desert? :) Seriously though...the swamp sounds like a great place to test learning and skills.
     
  10. mlrs

    mlrs

    327
    Dec 27, 2006
    I will volunteer to be point man.


    mlrs
     
  11. sar5

    sar5

    798
    Jan 15, 2011
    this sounds like an awsome class, and alot closer to home:)
     
  12. R.A.T.

    R.A.T. Randall's Adventure & Training

    Feb 4, 2004
    As we have stated a bunch of times on here: we know nothing about desert survival and would not even begin to teach such a class. We know tropical / sub tropical survival. So, we do our classes in the Southeast and in Peru.
     
  13. adaman04

    adaman04

    Jun 9, 2009
    But Jeff you guys could be like the survival manuals: a little bit about everything and not enough about anything.
     
  14. Core Knife Co.

    Core Knife Co.

    Apr 8, 2009
    I would love to do one of these classes in the future. I really want to understand and gain more confidence with a compass. I have a couple of book I've been researching and spending time outdoors working on it, but I just seem to breakdown and lose confidence once I get into cover and lose that line of sight.

    I'm self taught in almost everything I do, but spending a few days learning form someone with experience is invaluable. You can pick up a lot from hitting the books, but it's the little tricks of the trade that don't seem to make it in print.

    That and I'm from Vegas, I'm always down to hit the strip clubs. What the hell is a strip club like in Alabama?
     
  15. santacruz

    santacruz

    132
    Jan 20, 2011
    Still sounds like fun. My ESEE4 could be considered color coordinated so if I go I'll leave it at home and let mlrs take point. I love it when pu...i mean people volunteer. :D
     
  16. caine

    caine

    Nov 9, 2003
    So hows it gonna work. Students with a bark pillow and a poncho to cover with and Jeff and Mike In a nice tent with fan and heater :) :)
     
  17. R.A.T.

    R.A.T. Randall's Adventure & Training

    Feb 4, 2004
    You really don't want to know
     
  18. caine

    caine

    Nov 9, 2003
    Never been to one in Alabama but I would bet its familiy owned.
     
  19. R.A.T.

    R.A.T. Randall's Adventure & Training

    Feb 4, 2004
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  20. caine

    caine

    Nov 9, 2003
    LOL thats awesome.
     

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