Inside, you will learn so many different types of knots like an overhand knot, double overhand loop, multiple scaffold knot, monkey's fist, fisherman's knot and so much more! Like the book's cover says, 100 most useful knots inside. Therefore, this book will have you making all types of knots and some you might have never even known of or ever think of using. Plus, it will also guide you through the different types of fibers you may be using to create these knots in, such as cotton or hemp. However, this book will guide you through all types of knots and how to make them correctly. So no matter the disaster and when you need a knot or a special type, this book will have you covered!
Finally, I really love the helpful guide. It's a very easy book to use and find which knots I'd like to learn more about and how to make. For the first prepper book, I ever read, this is a pretty nice one and can come in handy for more than just disasters but normal everyday crafting and other uses.
Information About The Author:
Scott Finazzo has been a professional firefighter for seventeen years and is currently serving as a Lieutenant for the Overland Park (KS) Fire Department. He has been writing in various capacities for much of his life. With years of experience both preparing for and responding to disasters, he has developed a keen interest in survival. Scott maintains an intrinsic connection to travel and adventure. His self-reliance skills have been honed by undertaking ventures such as exploring the Rocky Mountains and several excursions into islands of the Caribbean.
Scott co-authored The Prepper's Workbook, which quickly became a national best seller, with Scott B. Williams and followed it up with the narrative of his kayak adventure through the Virgin Islands with two friends in self built sea kayaks titled Why Do All the Locals Think We're Crazy?. In the summer of 2015 Scott continued on the topic of public safety with the release of his third book The Neighborhood Emergency Response Handbook. Most recently Scott released Prepper's Survival Medicine and Prepper's Guide to Knots.
He has a Bachelor's Degree in Management and Human Relations and two Associate's Degrees. He currently lives in Lenexa, Kansas until he can relocate somewhere under a palm tree.
Follow Scott at scottfinazzo.com.
- Series: Preppers
- Paperback: 144 pages
- Publisher: Ulysses Press (November 1, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 161243598X
- ISBN-13: 978-1612435985
- Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 7.2 x 9.2 inches
Ulyssespress - Prepper’s Guide to Knots The 100 Most Useful Tying Techniques for Surviving any Disaster by Scott Finazzo
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