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3 of the Easiest Survival Shelters for ‘SHTF Scenarios’

3 of the Easiest Survival Shelters for ‘SHTF Scenarios’

Building a shelter is the most urgent priority in almost any survival situation. Shelter offers us protection from exposure to extreme cold and heat. Learn how to make three of the easiest shtf shelters to protect yourself from the elements.

Survival Medicine: New Wound-Closure Method That Could Replace Stitches

Survival Medicine: New Wound-Closure Could Replace Stitches

In a world without medical facilities, open wounds can invite serious, life threatening infections. To the untrained eye, it could cause death. A new invaluable and less invasive medical tool could be the answer to safer and improved wound closure.

Cover the Basics: 8 Prepper Tools to Get You Through a Disaster

Cover the Basics: 8 Prepper Tools to Get You Through a Disaster

The following products are the basic items a prepper can use that will help prepare to live and thrive in the aftermath of a disaster. These products encompass your very basic needs and will provide you with the beginnings of a solid collection of prepping tools.

As Drought Stricken Californians Cut Back, Corporations Get a Pass

As Drought Stricken Californians Cut Back, Corporations Get a Pass

It’s now become common knowledge that for decades, California has allowed beverage companies to bottle public water with little oversight. What most people are just now learning is that, to extract this water from public land requires a permit, and water bottle companies like Arrowhead have had their permits expired since 1988.

Can You Guess Which Firearm Calibers Are the Most Popular?

Can You Guess Which Firearm Calibers Are the Most Popular?

If we’re trying to prepare for a world that lacks the sophisticated system of global logistics that we know and love today, then we shouldn’t buy overpriced guns in niche calibers that would be hard to come by.

A Family’s Survival Story:  Hurricane Katrina, (Part 2)

A Family’s Survival Story: Hurricane Katrina, (Part 2)

Jeremiah Johnson is the Nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces (Airborne). Mr. Johnson was a Special Forces Medic, EMT and ACLS-certified, with comprehensive training in wilderness survival, rescue, and patient-extraction. He …

A Family’s Survival Story:  Hurricane Katrina, (Part I)

A Family’s Survival Story: Hurricane Katrina, (Part I)

Almost 10 years have passed, now, and although we weren’t unprepared, we learned a lot of lessons. Katrina tested us as a team and gave us the cohesive drive to prepare for any disaster in the years following it. This is our story.

Water Procurement: Setting Up a Low-Budget Water Catchment System and Why It Will Save Your Life

Water Procurement: Setting Up a Low-Budget Catchment System

Using the information from Part 1 & 2, the setup of a water system, decontamination station, and rain catchment procedures entailed to blend all parts together.

Boom: The Deadliest (and Coolest) Slingshot You’ve Ever Seen

Boom: The Deadliest (and Coolest) Slingshot You’ve Ever Seen

In a shtf situation, this silent weapon can have deadly force.

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