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Survival Tips & Skills

The 12 Best Tactical Pens On The Planet

The 12 Best Tactical Pens On The Planet

Chances are, if you’re a guy who’s into forms of self defense, you probably carry a Glock or a Smith and Wesson whenever you can. You’ve probably never seriously needed to use the gun, either, which is a great thing – but it still provides the peace of mind. If you’re walking home one night after a long business meeting[Read More…]

by April 26, 2014 0 comments Survival Gear & Reviews
Backyard Bunnies: Raising Meat Rabbits For Food

Backyard Bunnies: Raising Meat Rabbits For Food

Raising rabbits for food is an excellent way to ensure your family has meat on the table regardless of what’s happening in the world. Rabbits are easy to care for, cheap to feed, and extremely healthy animals that don’t require a lot of veterinary attention as a general rule. They breed quickly, with a turnaround time of 60 days, and[Read More…]

by April 20, 2014 0 comments Survival Food Preparation
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Survival Knife Skills 101: Making a Feather Stick

What’s a Feather Stick Feather sticks, sometimes called fuzz sticks, are one of the best ways to get a fire going when kindling is wet or hard to come by. At its core, a feather stick is just a branch that has had the bark removed and long, thin strips shaved off of it in order to provide more surface[Read More…]

by April 19, 2014 0 comments Camping
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Survival Knife Skills 101: Striking A Spark

Striking a spark with a ferrocerium rod is a fundamental survival skill that takes practice to get right. Ferro rods are an excellent, lightweight, and durable backup fire starter, and with enough experience there’s no reason why they can’t be your first choice too. In contrast to traditional butane lighters, which are designed to throw the sparks in one direction[Read More…]

by April 16, 2014 0 comments Camping
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Survival Knife Skills 101: Batoning Firewood

What is Batoning Firewood? Batoning firewood is the act of splitting small logs into halves, quarters, and smaller pieces in order to help them burn more efficiently. Batoned firewood is useful for a range of things, from getting a fire started properly to quickly creating a bed of coals for cooking. When you’re in the wilderness, batoning is a basic[Read More…]

by April 15, 2014 0 comments Camping
Disaster Prep: Surviving A Hurricane

Disaster Prep: Surviving A Hurricane

Click Here for our top picks for Hurricane Survival Kits Natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes can provide a glimpse at how life might be changed in a situation where society has collapsed. It’s important for everyone, whether you’re a prepper or not, to think about how you might react in a situation where you can’t rely on basic[Read More…]

by April 10, 2014 0 comments Emergency Preparedness
5 Survival Knife Skills You Need To Know

5 Survival Knife Skills You Need To Know

Some of the most basic and useful survival skills require nothing more than a knife. With a little patience, practice, and common sense, it’s easy to be comfortable in the outdoors without expensive equipment or a heavy pack. As long as you have a good, sharp, full-tang survival knife and the experience needed to use it properly, you can build[Read More…]

by April 7, 2014 0 comments Camping