Pemmican is the original survival superfood. Check out this step-by-step guide on how to make it and get your pantry stocked.
Hunting for food may become a necessary part of survival and having the right rifle would be beneficial. Hunting enthusiast and Ready Nutrition writer Jeremiah Johnson makes a recommendation that could take your hunt to the next level.
Knives can be very crucial tools when the need arises, sometimes being critical to stay alive. Find out which ones are the preferred models for serious preppers.
Hunting is not a step backward: it is a big step back toward reclaiming the heritage that is ours – yours and mine – of when Americans were not only socially conscious but self-sufficient.
Whether you’re in a field environment, camping mode, or just trying to figure out whether you can repair the shingles on your barn before the rain hits, it is important to gauge what you see and compare it to what will be.
Know the basics on how to track man, and how to keep from being tracked by men.
Mental discipline and concentration are premium for any fighter to succeed; but you must train.
The skill of negotiation is a valuable one.
Finding the right direction is just as important as traveling the right distance. Nature gives us two very predictable methods for navigating – the sun and stars. Here’s a great article on how to use them to find our direction.
While an ordinary sharpened pole can work well for this task, you’ll be more successful with a four pronged spearfishing pole.
We know that preparations are never complete, but you’re 99.9% there. Now what?
Your pace count is your key to movement and land navigation on your feet. It is the basis for your two components of land navigation when traveling from one location to another: distance and direction.