Could the fourth season of “Dual Survival” be the end of the partnership between Cody Lundin and Joseph Teti?
Returning this season is Cody Lundin, a survival veteran who honed his skills living in the deserts and mountains with little modern tools, equipment or assistance. His training in the art of staying alive has helped him survive countless classified missions in Afghanistan and Iraq. This season, Lundin and Teti will tough it out in the endless mangroves of Sri Lanka, the blazing Arabian desert in Oman, the snow-capped Norwegian mountains and more. Dual Survival is an American show on Discovery Channel about two survivalist experts with different skillsets and viewpoints being put into situations where they must both survive usually at least one night in some form of wilderness and eventually find their way to be civilization.Cody Lundin, a naturalist who never wears shoes and always prefers to find and use primitive means such as making tools and weapons from sticks and stones to resolve problems while surviving in the wilderness, co-stars with Dave Canterbury, a former Military Police Sergeant trained in survival techniques who also runs a survivalist school in Ohio with knowledge of things like how to cauterize a wound using gunpowder and fire, and the two often find themselves in conflict over which action to take next to best ensure their survival. Season 7 (10 full episodes, 8 clips available) Episode 10 - Live to Tell4 weeks agoA behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to shoot a season of Dual Survival in the world's most challenging terrains. Matt is the Stone Age “shaman” of this duo and has more than two decades of experience living off the land.
Experts think that having basic survival skills such as finding food, shelter, water and finding help are important. Lundin is a professional survival instructor and has been going barefoot for more than two decades as part of his indigenous survival strategy. Together they could be the most formidable survival team on the planet – if only they could agree on strategy. Equipped only with the minimal gear that would have been carried in the real-life situations, Lundin and Teti must draw upon their arsenal of skills as well as their surroundings to demonstrate what it takes to stay alive.


Never-before-seen footage of Grady and Bill is revealed, along with crew interviews and a sneak peak at the next season.Episode 9 - Bogged Down1 month agoBill and Grady head to remote, rocky coastal Maine where they go through a bog, face a nor'easter storm, and journey towards the coast. Also returning this season is Joseph Teti, a combat-tested special operations veteran and graduate of more than 30 formal schools related to special operations. The stakes are higher than ever before and as a twist of events unravels throughout the season, one member of Dual Survival will leave the show for good. The debate between the two also provides viewers with a chance to see two experts compare and contrast different survival methods. But the harsh conditions threaten to end this partnership in a flash.Episode 8 - Cuban Crisis1 month agoClosed to Americans for over 55 years, Grady and Bill head to Cuba. He lives in a remote area of southern Utah where he primarily sleeps in primitive structures.Matt started down this path at age 15, when he first became a triathlete and rock climber. Here, they face-off against crocodiles, navigate tangled mangroves, fight dehydration, and struggle to get out of the water and find rescue.Episode 7 - High And Dry2 months agoBill and Grady journey through Oregon's rocky and arid canyon lands. At age 23, Matt proved his amazing athletic endurance as a runner when he ran the Pacific Crest Trail – 1,700 miles crossing the length of the California crest – in 58 days.Matt has been teaching primitive skills for the past 20 years, including at the Boulder (Utah) Outdoor Survival School and guiding llama packing trips while continuing to compete as an endurance athlete. He’s also skilled at hunting with the long bow and in the primitive art of brain-tanning hides to make clothing. I was just a few dollars shy of the $25 mark to get free shipping on Amazon, so I added a magnesium stick keychain to my order. I thought it would be fun to try and start a fire without a lighter, something I have never tried.


I decided to head into the wilds of my backyard armed with nothing but my knife and my new toy.
I found this exposed, peeling patch on a tree and thought the dry bits might make good fire starting material.
I contemplated grabbing some tissue or paper scraps from inside, but decided that would be cheating. I know it's unlikely I will be stuck in the yard of my double wide, in need of a fire with nothing but a magnesium stick, but I was in the zone. There is a big dry grass bush in my yard, and it has very dry, puffy ends that pulled off easily and seemed perfect for my purpose. I snapped a few pics and then just blew it out, but if I were truly starting a fire I would have had a small stash of tinder and firewood at the ready to grow my fire.
My final conclusion is to keep a lighter handy at all times, but this is a fun skill to have and makes a great backup.




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