Location: Gallant, Alabama
Being one of our most popular classes, this class fills quickly. Sign up early to reserve your spot.
This 3-day class taught by James Gibson and Patrick Rollins teaches the students a wide variety of Bushcraft skills such as friction fires, flint knapping, cordage making, improvised containers, wild edibles, primitive trapping/fishing, game preparation, and much more.
Hiking boots (broken in), fixed blade knife with sheath, cap or bandana, small day pack, clothing appropriate for the season, water container, rain gear (jacket or poncho), lunch or snacks easily prepared in the field. Students may camp on the property at no cost, or stay in one of several nearby hotels. Each class is limited to 12 students. This is not a strenuous class and just about anyone can participate, regardless of physical condition.
Upon successful completion, a class knife and certificate of training are awarded to the student.
For more information contact Patrick Rollins: Ph: (256) 613-3834, email: email@example.com. Please read the FAQs before signing up.
BushcraftPerry - Thu, 12/17/2020 - 17:36
This was a fantastic class with top shelf instruction from experienced yet humble and approachable guys. I made some great contacts and friendships while I was there. I thoroughly enjoyed the weekend and I will attend more classes in the future. I highly recommend taking this advanced bushcraft class or any other of Randall's Adventure classes. Sign up and show up ready to learn. You won't be disappointed.
Not very practical considering the nameJamesGibsonIsMyHero - Mon, 11/07/2022 - 11:02
Did I enjoy this class? Yes. It was great to spend a couple days in the "woods" with like-minded people. James Gibson and Patrick Rollins knowledge was top notch. I have taken this class TWICE and there a couple things I did not like..
This is an "Advanced Bushcraft" class. That being said, this class should only consist of "bushcraft" skills. In my two visits we made a saw (3 hours of one day) consisting of nuts and bolts as well as a saw blade that can not be sourced from the bush and contained parts that were purchased from Home Depot/Lowes. We also made a sewing kit that consisted of PVC pipe which also can not be sourced from the bush and was purchased from Home Depot/Lowes. Waxed canvas bags consisted of thread/needles/Toilet bowl rings & Linseed oil that were also purchased from Home Depot/Lowes
The various ways of fire making were great, as was the shelter making and natural cordage lessons. I wish they had spent more time on traps/snares, spoon carving, weapons, flint knapping and various other things that would benefit a true "bushcrafter".
That being said.... The best thing gained from this class was the camaraderie and relations I built with various like minded people. I have taken this class twice, and would love to take it again as a nice, relaxing weekend getaway, but I will only do so if it actually becomes a true "bushcraft" class.