Survival Camp Chair


How To Build A Survival Camp Chair

Spending time in the woods is great fun, but it can also be a lot of work. At the end of a day or while working on a project it is always nice to be able to have a seat and relax a little. One way to be able to do that is to keep a 5ft x 7ft piece of silicone coated nylon handy.  Then add a few sticks cut to the right length and you can have a pretty comfy chair to lounge in around camp.  Take a look at the video below to see how to put one of these chairs together.

Survival Camp Chair Video

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