Survival Skills

Critical Survival Skills To Keep You Alive In An Emergency

 

American Revolution: The Shot Heard Round The World

Celebrating our Independence Day, we should not and never forget the American Revolution, which paved the way for our freedom. Relive the story below. The American Revolution and The Lessons We Learned As we approach the 4th of July holiday and celebrate the...

Complete Guide To Digging A Well In Your Backyard

Not many would consider the idea of digging a well in their backyards. However, when SHTF, preppers know better to have a water supply of their own. If you want to give it a try, read our guide below! Tips on Digging a Well in Your Backyard When preparing for the...

Pocket Preps: Keychain Tools

The most important thing about owning a tool is having it when you need it most. Think of a compact pistol in a self-defense situation or a first-aid kit after a catastrophic accident. Neither does you any good if it’s sitting at home while you’re on the...

American Revolution: The Shot Heard Round The World

Celebrating our Independence Day, we should not and never forget the American Revolution, which paved the way for our freedom. Relive the story below. The American Revolution and The Lessons We Learned As we approach the 4th of July holiday and celebrate the...

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Complete Guide To Digging A Well In Your Backyard

Not many would consider the idea of digging a well in their backyards. However, when SHTF, preppers know better to have a water supply of their own. If you want to give it a try, read our guide below! Tips on Digging a Well in Your Backyard When preparing for the...

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Pocket Preps: Keychain Tools

The most important thing about owning a tool is having it when you need it most. Think of a compact pistol in a self-defense situation or a first-aid kit after a catastrophic accident. Neither does you any good if it’s sitting at home while you’re on the...

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Emergency Communications: Handheld Radios

What’s the key factor that has made humans the dominant species on Earth? Many would say it all comes down to our ability to use tools, dating back to the first time our cave-dwelling ancestors crafted a blade or smacked two rocks together to spark a fire. But...

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7 Off Grid Post Collapse Jobs For Income

When an economic collapse happens, where will you find yourself? Check out these post collapse jobs you can rely on for income! Post Collapse Jobs You Can Try Two Mondays ago, T Mobile’s network was severely compromised. The massive phone company blamed it on a...

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10 Ways To Avoid Heat Exhaustion

Summer has arrived, and for much of the country, that means blazing hot temperatures. For those who work outside either by profession or by choice, it’s time to take extra precautions to prevent heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. Protecting Yourself...

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How To Have A Self-Sufficient Small Backyard Garden

There’s nothing better than not having to worry about food supply for the family in case SHTF. Why not get started on having your own small backyard garden? Check out these tips to help you get started! Building Your Own Small Backyard Garden If your dream is...

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Lisa Jaster Interview: Delete the Adjective

“I don’t want to be qualified. I don’t want my accomplishments qualified,” explains a currently multitasking Lisa Jaster, graciously chatting from the car in between her children’s rugby and jiujitsu practices. “I went to the State...

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7 Tactical Skills Every Suburbanite Should Know And Practice

You may live in a suburb but that doesn’t mean you’re safe from any threat or danger. As a true blue prepper, these are the tactical skills you should arm yourself with. Tactical Skills for Self-Defense and Survival The prepper movement has been trying to...

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5 Prepper Medical Books For Your Survival Library

Reading is always helpful, especially if you want to learn more about increasing your chances of survival in certain situations. Give these prepper medical books a spot in your bookcase! Prepper Medical Books as Survival Resources Most preppers have a serious hole in...

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10 Life-Saving Prepper Gear For $18 Or Less

It’s not expensive to set up your own prepper gear. Today, we present to you ten things you can add to your survival bag to make sure you’re always prepared for whatever happens. $18 or Below Quality Prepper Gear There’s no denying that Prepping can...

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7 Bushcraft Books to Read For Survival

Since we’re all spending a little more time at home these days, now is the perfect time to pick up a few bushcraft books to read for survival. Here are seven we highly recommend. Start Digging Into These Bushcraft Books If you’re new to Prepping or are...

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What If Your Family is the Victim of a Mountain Lion Attack?

Illustrations by Robert Bruner It’s a beautiful summer day, so you decide to go for a family hike/picnic in the nearby Cleveland National Forest with your spouse and two children (ages 10 and 7). You’ve hiked this area before and are relatively familiar...

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Your Guide to Tips and Tools for Flat Tire Repair

Several years ago, my fellow rescue technicians and I conducted a search-and-rescue operation. We were in the middle of transporting our subject out of the woods when we realized that our transport UTV was getting a flat tire and needed some tire repair. The escort...

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Should I Stay or Should I Go? Is It Time to Move? 

When your city feels like it’s no longer a safe place to live in, you have to make a decision to stay or not. It’s a big decision, so it’s smart to consider different factors and options to decide if it’s time to move. Is It Time to Move to a...

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7 Non-Lethal Weapons For Self-Defense

If you choose to carry a non-lethal weapon for self-defense, what are your options? As personal safety is of utmost priority, give these weapons a look. Non-Lethal Weapons to Keep You Safe There are several reasons to purchase and train with non-lethal weapons. In...

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Iconic Survival Knives – Part Two: Ka-Bar Knife History

Certain knives we associate with cultures, such as the Filipino balisong or the Japanese tanto; other knives we associate with professions, like a surgeon’s scalpel or a butcher’s knife. There’s one knife we associate with the U.S. Marine Corps, a...

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How To Recognize A Violent Revolution

With chaos ensuing, many Americans are anxious about the present conditions of the nation. Is a violent revolution imminent? If it is, how can you prepare for it? Read more about it below. Signs of a Violent Revolution What is happening in America? Are we on the verge...

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17 Tips To Make Camping With Kids Hassle-Free

Camping is a fun and exciting activity, and it can still be even with the kids around. Check out these tips on how to make camping with kids hassle-free! Camping with Kids Can Be a Lot of Fun, Too Camping is a pastime beloved by many, full of fond family memories made...

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