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How to Prepare Fresh, Wild Game Meat For Storage

Posted on Jul 8, 2017

No matter why you hunt, when you take down a large animal, you will end up with a lot of fresh meat. Obviously, you could take it to a meat processor and pay to have it done, but if you hunt often, those costs are going to add up…

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How To Prepare Your Vehicle For Survival

Posted on Jun 19, 2017

For many people, travelling by car represents a part of everyday life, because they go to work and return home using these means of transport. Many people usually choose a car exclusively as a mean of transport for longer trips then going to work, for instance to travel abroad or going to the seaside. Due to frequent traffic jams on the roads, but also due to the high temperatures in the summer, it is important that your vehicle is in good condition to safely travel…

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Sticky Stuff: 15 Ways Duct Tape Can Save The Day

Posted on Jun 12, 2017

Its sticky interior and waterproof exterior make duct tape one of the handiest tools you can carry. The article outlines 15 ways to use duct tape in a pinch while at the mercy of the wilderness, and how to store it away from the elements.

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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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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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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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Hacks for Homesteading Using Almost No Money

Posted on Sep 21, 2016

Homesteading is not just a hobby; it is a way of life that many people around the globe are now adopting. Since the Earth’s natural resources are rapidly depleting and pollution is rampant, adopting a self-sustainable lifestyle is really appealing.

You don’t need to be rich to Homestead; by being clever with your resources, you can accomplish this task with almost no money…

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Things To Consider When Prepping

Posted on Nov 30, 2014

With all of the talk on prepping over the last few years, I have been doing a lot of research and planning to make sure my family is going to be safe should something catastrophic occur. Zombies have become a popular theme for emergency planning. A Zombie Apocalypse simply a metaphor for a natural disaster, a crash of the economy, or even an act of terrorism like an EMP or nuclear explosion. Consensus is… If you are ready for a Zombie Apocalypse, you are ready for anything.

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Texas Rules Of A Gun Fight

Posted on Mar 15, 2013

Some words of wisdom that I found on the net… If you own a gun, you will appreciate this. If not, you should get one and learn how to use it.

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