About MCQ Bushcraft & Wilderness Life.
Hi my names Mike and I live in Northern Sweden, Welcome to my channel! My videos cover Bushcraft, wilderness survival and outdoor skills, bushcraft gear like axes, knives, saws, backpacks, clothing systems, shelters and cooking gear. Fire lighting with natural tinders, fishing and hunting, slingshot hunting, ice fishing, mushroom identification and plant identification, catching and cooking wild game, foraging and cooking wild plants and mushrooms, wilderness cooking, weaving and basket making.
My Wife Megan and I also travel throughout northern europe overlanding in our modified 4×4 exploring wilderness tracks and roads. We left the UK almost one year ago to travel and relocate to the North of Sweden where we now live in a remote town surrounded by wilderness. Outside of our working lives we spend out time exploring the wilderness, ice fishing and regular fishing in the summer over lakes and rivers, we regularly hunt with rifles and shotguns for various bird species and we enjoy hiking and camping with our bushcraft kit but also further afield with our modified 4×4 and roof top tent.
Thanks for reading and checking out the channel and feel free to have a look at the playlists and videos below.
Mike and Megan 😉

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Foraging and Wild Edibles –
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38 Comments

Claudio Capano

July 14, 2020

Hey Mike, where can I get one of those catapults?

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Greg Humble

July 14, 2020

Surprised the brummies double barrel wasn’t sawn off

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Jacob Simcox

July 14, 2020

That thrower is awesome

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Ashton Cook

July 14, 2020

the other guys voice is annyoing

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Ashton Cook

July 14, 2020

I liked that catapult thing

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Human Entity

July 14, 2020

What model is that Jeep? Cool shooting video!

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Perry Pappous

July 14, 2020

I enjoy this gentleman and his approach to shooting and field craft. A word of caution about shooting a 12 bore with no recoil pad: shoulder injury or flinching can develop over time. “Hello” from California.

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J K

July 14, 2020

You are obviously a skilled marksman mr McQuilton. Im curious though on the clay pigeons you use. Are they completely biodegradable or whats the deal? I noticed they are in a dark colour but i was just wondering if they dont leave behind a mess in the nature?

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Burnt Toast

July 14, 2020

Id love to do this but i got no friends.

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Djuan McCraney

July 14, 2020

Just started clay shooting with my brothers, how can I get my hands on the hand help clay launcher you guys were using in the video. That was perfect!

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LouB3rt

July 14, 2020

Is that store bought or a handmade launcher/modified slingshot? I would love one of those types of launchers.

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drumhd1

July 14, 2020

Pip pip, off to the pub then….

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Heisen berg

July 14, 2020

Great video. Can I ask, where is your jacket from?👍

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Jake Evans

July 14, 2020

Where did you get the clay thrower?

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Ryan Hammack

July 14, 2020

Were did you get the clay thrower from

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Trad Bowman

July 14, 2020

Great video Mike! Good shooting and entertaining as well 😊👍

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Dave Robson

July 14, 2020

Hi, where can I find one of those hand launchers for the clays? That looks great!

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MAN OF KENT HORNET

July 14, 2020

A good man with the side by side. I use one as well as the over and under for clays. I think crosses are easier with a side by side

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Inflate101 1

July 14, 2020

Where can I buy that clay catapult launcher@MCQBushcraft

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UKShooting

July 14, 2020

Looks beautiful. Where is this location?

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Hermit620

July 14, 2020

Hey, you powdered quite a few of those clays. Nice work, Mike. And, that hand-held unit threw those clays really far and at a good clip. Amazing.

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Samantha Munday

July 14, 2020

Hi, Great Video! Could you tell me where you brought your sling shot from? Thanks Phil

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12kerryman

July 14, 2020

Some nice shooting there lads

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Jake Anderson

July 14, 2020

Whats the catapult thing called

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Adventure Sworn

July 14, 2020

looks like a lot of fun

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Yani M

July 14, 2020

Love these hunting videos – very well done! Keep them coming!

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jjtrasher

July 14, 2020

5:26

What a nice way to say "your aim was off".

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andy s

July 14, 2020

where do you get the 1905 date for brownings ou? if my memory is correct that is 20 years before they appeared on the scene!

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celebmrk9

July 14, 2020

Hey, where can you get that 'thrower'?

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Reece Swann

July 14, 2020

What is that clay pigeons catapult called and where can I buy it in the uk ?

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zyraxes23

July 14, 2020

nice shooting, nice video as always.
keep going Mike.

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Oldblue110

July 14, 2020

👍

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Paul Dann

July 14, 2020

How did you go about getting permission to shoot? Wondering how hard it is to dip into something like this.

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Grindstone

July 14, 2020

Need to get me a good break-open, only have an 870 Express right now. But it can take nearly any game in my area (bit strong for squirrel). Great video! Love clay shooting.

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lilltoy1

July 14, 2020

hi. you do very nice films to look at but I want more hunting and more overnights with gear loads and tips and tricks 🙂 (y)

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SmokyMountainOutdoorsman

July 14, 2020

Skeet shooting is so much fun.

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Reid Collins

July 14, 2020

Man… that xj is gorgeous!

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Simonas Belickas

July 14, 2020

So, in UK you can just go out to the country and shoot? Or is it some kind of designated area?

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