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Surviving Mother Nature While Hunting

Posted on Feb 7, 2017

Ever been in a survival situation? Most archers have not. Believe it or not, most archers do not know how to survive in the wilderness or in a crisis. The arrival of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) has lulled archers into having a false sense of security, thinking that they can escape any predicament by following their handy little electronic devices to safety…

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Basic Fishing Equipment for Survival

Posted on Feb 6, 2017

Survival fishing! It’s often discussed amongst friends, even glorified on television. Humanity doesn’t set out to get stuck alone without cellular communication, friends, family or civilization within earshot. But when it happens, you can bet your sweet ass the unprepared will suffer gravely…

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How to Survive Another Recession

Posted on Feb 6, 2017

No one wants to think about another recession happening. But economic downturns are inevitable. Just recently, Britain and Europe went through the Brexit crisis. Britain’s decision to leave the European Union by a referendum sent financial markets into panic mode. The pound plunged, and has yet to fully recover. As a result, many people, especially the ones with retirement funds, took a hit…

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Top 7 Bow Hunting for Survival Top Secrets Reveale...

Posted on Jan 23, 2017

It’s surprising how a large number of preppers tend to look down upon the bow and arrow. They think that these are just but old hunting equipments with no place in a world of more powerful weapons – the firearms…

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Wormwood Book Reviewed

Posted on Jan 15, 2017

Whenever I get the time to read or listen to an audiobook, I typically gravitate toward all types of post-apocalyptic dystopian thrillers and survival adventures. Quite some time ago, I came across a book called ‘Wormwood’, by author Micah Ackerman. It was about a small group of people living in Middlebrook, CT who survive a nuclear attack on the United States. Read on for more about the book…

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Fast Track to Your Technician Class Ham Radio Lice...

Posted on Jan 9, 2017

The Fast Track to Your Technician Ham Radio License is not just any old exam prep like those that offer all of the questions and answers along with a few sample tests. This guidebook offers a comprehensive, yet easy to understand digest focussing only on what you need to know to pass the FCC’s Level 1: Technician Class license exam, and why you need to know it…

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7 Essential Items in your Emergency Survival Kit

Posted on Jan 9, 2017

Home, office, school or car, emergencies can strike anytime. But your chances of survival get better only if you are equipped with essential items like food, water, first-aid, etc. According to survival experts, you need to create an emergency survival kit with the below listed supplies. Depending on your requirements and past experiences, you can add items on your own too…

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SOG Prophet Backpack Reviewed

Posted on Jan 5, 2017

Packs come in many different shapes and sizes, and each with a different purpose in mind. I recently had to take a flight, but I didn’t have any luggage, bags or packs that were large enough to carry what I needed, and small enough to use as a carry-on because I really didn’t want to deal with the nightmare of having to check any luggage. Thankfully, I was able to get my hands on a 33L SOG Prophet for the trip that would easily fit in an overhead compartment or under the seat. Read on to see how it went…

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10 Survival Skills You Should to Know & Why

Posted on Dec 17, 2016

Living in uncertain times requires everyone to consider what life would be like if civilization were to crash. How long would it take for anarchy to begin? How long would it last? Do you have what it takes to survive? To prepare for an unknown future, it’s important to learn 10 survival skills along with explanations about why you need them.

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Greenbelly Meal2Go Bars Reviewed

Posted on Nov 3, 2016

Whether I am backpacking on or off the beaten path, preparing a bug-out bag or restocking my EDC, I like to pack plenty of lightweight, nutritionally balanced sustenance that not only tastes great, but also doesn’t require much preparation if any. There are many options available, but most of them that lack in one way or another. Greenbelly recently sent me a few of their Meal2Go bars to see how well they could meet the need as a convenient meal replacement…

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How to Field Treat an Injury in the Wilderness

Posted on Oct 11, 2016

The great lengths most people go to in the name of adventure never cease to amaze. Nothing provides an adrenaline rush more than a trip to the forests or the mountains for a hike. Most of these places are highly secluded with very little or no cell reception in some instance. No one anticipates an accident. If danger strikes, quick response is vital for recovery. Here are some of the ways to treat some of the injuries occurring in the wilderness…

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The Survival Medicine Handbook Reviewed

Posted on Oct 9, 2016

An intrinsic part of any emergency preparedness plan is survival medicine which is so much more than treating minor wounds or stabilizing a patient with a severe physical trauma until they can get to a hospital. What if SHTF and there aren’t any hospitals available, or you are so far off-grid that getting to a hospital is impossible? The Survival Medicine Handbook, now in its third edition was written to help answer many of those questions. Join me as I dig into the book…

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Serg If – The Knifemakers Series

Posted on Oct 7, 2016

For the fifth installment of Knifemakers From Around the World we will be talking with the western Ukrainian artisan and knifemaker, Serg If. He is known for his incredible mosaic Damascus steel blades with beautiful handcrafted handles and leather sheaths where he frequents many of the custom knifemaking groups on Facebook. It is a real treat to finally meet Serg and talk with him about his craft. Therefore, it is my pleasure to introduce Serg to you…

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Battling the Elements

Posted on Oct 6, 2016

Exploring the backcountry comes with its own set of risks: emergency care is often far away, cell phone coverage is rare, and the natural elements can be unpredictable. This risk is often what draws people to wild places, but some natural disasters are so risky that you should make every effort to avoid being caught out in them. Here are tips for avoiding four natural disasters and advice for how to get through to the other side if you are swept up in an unexpected event…

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Disaster-proofing your personal data

Posted on Oct 4, 2016

When it comes to emergency preparedness planning, there are many situations to prepare for, each with different considerations. I’ve read numerous articles and watched countless videos discussing the importance of keeping photocopies of your essential personal documents in your bug-out bag like birth certificates and passports, bank and investment accounts, insurance policies, title deeds, wills and the like. The obvious problem with paper documents aside from being paper is the massive amount weight that they can add to your gear. In this article, I’ll be discussing ways to disaster-proof your personal data without breaking the bank…

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FREE Kindle eBooks

Posted on Oct 1, 2016

Since I was a young lad, I’ve always enjoyed getting lost in books. Some of my fondest memories growing up were when I was sitting in my fourth-grade classroom with my teacher reading aloud to the class. Some of my favorites were Where the Red Fern Grows, Island of the Blue Dolphins, Summer of the Monkeys, Old Yeller, Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, and the list goes on…

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