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Official PWS Hand drill kits
Hand drill kit
It's frustrating to start off with hand-drill and not know if your kit will work. Is it the kit that's bad, or have I just not gotten the technique correct yet? We recommend learning with a kit you know will work.
Official PWS Bow Drill Kit
Bow drill Kit essentials special
Our official bow drill kit is made entirely primitively.
Primal Blade
Primal Blade
The PWS "Primal" Blade - Handcrafted by Phillip himself, right in Texas. These blades are used in the Primal Hunting Adventure.
PWS Multipurpose Cloth
Multi-purpose Cloth
This is probably the most versatile piece of gear on the planet!

This cloth can be a thin blanket, a scarf, a way to create shade, a way to carry gear, a shelter building tool, a belt and so much more!

I use these cloths more than almost any other piece of gear I own.
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Woods Trekker (Feb 11-12, 2023)
$200.00
The woods trekker course is the second step in your journey to self reliance. This class builds on top of our basic class and we will continue to expand on the skills that you have learned as well as introducing some new skills. In this class we will begin to transition more towards a minimalist approach and we will learn to get many of our resources from the landscape. you will learn some more advanced navigation techniques using a map and compass, learn to identify many wild edible and medicinal plants, learn to make bowdrill from the landscape, and some primitive food procurement methods… all while travelling and exploring the region. This will be a fun class with some new challenges and adventures. You must bring your own food but water will be provided.
Antler handled ferro rod
$15.00
These antler handled ferro rods not only look great but they can save your life as well! These ferro rods are 5/16″ thick and 3″ long (not including the handle). They throw sparks amazingly well and are the perfect companion for any bug out bag, survival bag, EDC, or just for those family camping trips.
Atlatl
$50.00
The atlatl is a tool that changed the history of man. With its invention, primitive man were able to throw spears MUCH further and much harder. This opened up a lot of extra hunting opportunities and boosted our ability to survive tremendously.
PWS Bandana
$10.00
Bandanas are on of the most useful and versatile pieces of gear you can have in your survival kit. These are great to pre-filter water, soak with water to cool down, improvised tourniquet or bandage, make char cloth, use for cordage, carry materials, collect water, or even just as a face mask during this COVID pandemic. However you choose to wear it, there’s no doubt that you’ll look good doing so!
Basket Maker Stone Knife
$100.00
One of the coolest and most functional knife designs we’ve found. These blades are knapped by Phillip himself and glued into a cottonwood root handle using pine pitch glue. These replica knives are made the same way they would have been thousands of years ago. They are cool to look at but they are perfectly functional as well They will come with a brain tanned buckskin sheath and you can choose between flint or obsidian.
Basket Maker Steel Knife w/ sheath
$200.00
Invest in your next wilderness adventure with the Basket Maker Steel Knife – the perfect companion for surviving the wild! Modeled after the renowned Basketmaker (stone) knives, this modern recreation is designed by Phillip Liebel and handmade by our knife-maker Tony Powers. This blade uses 1095 high carbon steel, a full tang for strength and stability, a 3-inch blade with a convex edge, a 90-degree spine for use with a ferro-rod, and a 4-inch handle for easy gripping. The centered tip makes starting holes for a bow-drill or hand-drill a breeze. Plus, it comes with a handmade leather sheath, so you can look stylish while you take on the outdoors. But that’s not all – with this knife, you get the confidence of knowing it’s been tested and trusted by outdoorsman and expert Phillip Liebel himself. Get yours now and experience wilderness survival the way it was meant to be!
PWS Bow Drill Bearing Block
$15.00
This is our preferred bearing block for making bow drill fire. These are made from whitetail deer antler and each one will have a jute wrist lanyard with a turquoise decorative bead. The jute lanyard can double as an excellent tinder source in a pinch as well. These are also the bearing blocks that come with our bow drill kits.
PWS Single-walled Stainless Steel Bottle
$25.00
These stainless steel water bottles are the perfect way to carry water, boil, cook, etc.

They are 34 oz, which works well with purification tablets and they are the perfect size to carry plenty of water and cook in with taking up too much space
PWS Tinder Pouch
$5.00
The PWS tinder pouch is a simple yet useful piece of kit. It’s a great way to collect and keep up with your tinder without making a mess. This is the same pouch that will come with the hand drill and bow drill kits.
PWS T-Shirt
$20.00
These shirts are printed individually by Phillip. No two are exactly the same. They are block printed on the front and the back is done with hand made stencils. The design on the back represents how man is a part of the natural world and that we’ve had our “hand” in it since the beginning of time.
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Handmade Net Bottle Carrier
$15.00
These handmade net carriers are a perfectly functional and stylish way to carry your bottle. While doing primitive walk abouts, they provide a quick, easy way to access water!
PWS Bushman Axe
$150.00
The single most useful tool ever created! This axe is based off of those used by the bushman of Africa. It can be used as an axe, an adze, a wedge, a knife, a scraper, a hoe and more! Forged by Phillip himself.

"I have yet to find a tool that is more efficient or more effective in the woods." - Phillip
PWS Pace beads
$10.00

Developed by Army Rangers, our Pace Counters keep track of your pace so you know how far you have walked. After every 100 meters, slide bead to opposite side. Join us in a class to put these to the test!
Primitive Trapping, Fishing, and Animal Processing (Oct 14-15, 2023)
$400.00
Set in the pristine wilderness of Graham, TX, this immersive, hands-on weekend workshop will be led by highly experienced instructors – Phillip Liebel, and Jonathon Burton of Primitive Wilderness Survival and special guest instructor and trapping specialist Tony Powers. Together, they'll share their expertise in primitive trapping, fishing, and animal processing methods, so you can become a true hunter-gatherer in the wild, capable of sustaining yourself in any situation.
Adapt and overcome: wilderness survival with Dave Holladay
$750.00
Embark on a transformative journey with our survival class led by Phillip Liebel and mentor David Holladay, a Primitive Skills Master Teacher. Whether you're a seasoned survivalist or a beginner, discover the power of creativity and innovation to shift from a "survival" mindset to a "thriving" one. David brings decades of experience from working with renowned wilderness survival programs and guiding people through the seemingly desolate landscapes of the Southwest. Join us to master primitive skills, from stone age options to modern techniques, desert navigation, shelter-building, fire-making, and much more. Let's thrive together in the great outdoors!
Osage takedown bow. 61# at 27”
$170.00 / month - 5 total
This is a beautiful and powerful takedown bow! It slides apart in the middle so it can be easily transported in a backpack, etc. it’s made from Osage orange wood which is hands down the best bow wood there is!
Buckskin bow case and quiver
$520.00
This is a traditional plains style bow case and quiver made from buckskin and featuring some beautiful beadwork and fringe. Carry your bow and arrows in style!
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