Survival

Introducing the Hydra-Light: The Salt Water Powered Lantern & Charger! Away from the wall socket or without your charger, a rechargeable battery is no better than a disposable.  In the US alone there is over $2 Billion1 spent on dry-cell batteries each year and most of those end up in the household garbage.  Those batteries […]

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5 Easy Foods to Stockpile for Disaster This article was kindly submitted to us by Brittany Deatherage. The majority of people pay no heed at all to the constant warnings and advice of the people around them who are actually prepared for the next natural disaster. Admit it, a lot of you haven’t even begun […]

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Radiation Protection While Bugging Out This article was graciously provided to us by Jim Kent. The use of radioactive material for energy generation, military purposes and medicine has become internationally prevalent over the past decades. While being inherently dangerous, the destructive potential of radioactive material is realized only when it is taken out of a […]

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The Squirrel Trap A Critical Survival Tool That Most Preppers Don’t Have This guest article was graciously submitted to us by Karianna. This Item May Just Save Your Life! In these uncertain times it is imperative to be prepared to bug out on foot if need be. Your bug out bag contents could mean the difference between staying […]

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10 Most Popular Foods to Forage The following article was graciously contributed by James Smith, an avid survivalist with a passion for prepping and homesteading.   Unless you’re living in the middle of the desert, there is a very good chance that the natural habitat around your home is abundantly stocked with wild foods just waiting to […]

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How To Fill Your Water Bottle From A Tree The video below will demonstrate how you can fill your canteen from a tree for drinking clean water in the wilderness. I can’t stress this highly enough but please only do this in an emergency situation. If you do this wrong or take too much water […]

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Family Survival: 5 Tips for Distributing Gear   If you need to bug out because SHTF and you have a family, have you given any thought on how to share gear with them? It’s crucial to have redundancy amongst your family members, but don’t go overboard.  One of the key messages I took away from […]

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What Else Can You Char? Beyond Char Cloth Experiment When it comes to charring materials into tinder, cotton, wool and puck wood work extremely well But that’s a very limited amount of materials. Sometimes it may not be viable to rip apart our t-shirts and sometimes we can’t find punk wood. So, what else can […]

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How To Make And Start A Fire With Flint & Steel Some may consider starting fire with flint-and-steel to be an advanced skill, used only by the wise old sages and mountain men but that’s not true, it’s incredibly easy; even my grandma could do it. So, what is it? And how do we use it? […]

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How To Keep Communicating Even When the Internet Stops These days, no popular movement goes without an Internet presence of some kind, whether it’s organizing on Facebook or spreading the word through Twitter. And as we’ve seen in Egypt, that means that your Internet connection can be the first to go. Whether you’re trying to check […]

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