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Deadfalls and Snares by A. R. Harding

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Deadfalls and Snares
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ISBN/ASIN: B001UFCE9O
Number of pages: 252

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The old ways of trapping and snaring are forgotten by most today and the times to remember them are once again upon us in these times of economic and disaster uncertainty. This old style survival book of trapping and snaring lore, contains one of the greatest descriptive and applicable primitive and modern ways of acquiring game for food and sustenance.

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