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Vegans won’t like this!

Vegans won’t like this!
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Hi, my name is Lilly and I like spending time in nature to practice my survival and bushcraft skills. This is a holistic survival channel which means that besides wilderness survival I also do modern survival videos. Sometimes I use modern tools which people might have at hand in a real survival situation. Also all of my videos are pre-recorded, which mean that they do not get released immediately after I film then. That is why seasons in the video can differ from actual seasons. Thanks for watching ~ Survival Lilly

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7 thoughts on “Vegans won’t like this!

  1. Nice episode. It shows how even a practiced shooter is challenged. I am thinking you need to harvest (shoot an arrow through) some watermelon, large squash or corn cob in the husk to satisfy the rest of the viewers. Someone has to harvest the fruit and vegetables. Might as well be Survival Lilly!

  2. So good watching this. learned alot… In Swedish Army we go… SARA… Ställning Andning Riktning Avfyrning = Position Breath Aim Firing…. hmm not so good in English PBAF!?… Smiles

  3. Sensible vegans should not mind :p

    Anyway, great with the instinctive shooting, much better for this type of shooting than sighting.

    Years ago i could hit a piece of transparent 3m scotch tape on 15 meters on pure instinct, i shot ALOT though 🙂 it’s nice to see someone using a sensible weapon!

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