Sean and Sy answer more questions from listeners in this week’s Sumo Survival Bushcraft Podcast.
Alister from Richmond asks for advice on which water filtration system he should consider for his planned trip to Scotland this coming summer. Sy talks about his experiences, both good and bad, with water filters and recommends a brand that really stands to the forefront in the eyes of the Sumo Survival boys.
Hexi blocks are the subject of listener Kevin’s question. He asks the brother to recommend civilian alternatives to the military issue fuel block which are a old bushcraft favourite. Sean suggests that Kevin look towards the fuels produced by outdoor supplier Highlander and also talks about the Fire Dragon solid fuel blocks from BCB which promise to be more eco-friendly than traditional hexamine.
Jack from Tuxford asks if the guys if they can suggest a small axe capable of being stowed easily in a backpack. Sy talks about the various axes available to the bush crafter that are compact enough for Jack’s purposes. Sean talks about the new Mora Camp axe which promises to be a good alternative to the offerings from the mainstream manufacturers.
Snow in Scotland is something Sarah from Minehead wants some advice on and Sean and Sy offer some advice on how to find out what the current weather conditions are across Scotland.
Sean highlights a bushcraft bargain currently part of the Heinnie Haynes online sale. The Liong Mah No 6 folding knife, which is a favourite of Sean’s, has been reduced to half price. Be quick as there are limited numbers remaining in stock.Listen to the latest podcast online