Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • David Adams Apr 26, 2017

    The First Things You Should Be Doing When SHTF

    The First Things You Should Be Doing When SHTF

    Let’s get down to brass tacks here. Most everyone I talk to who is gearing up for the apocalypse is thinking 1 month to 10 years down the road. While this kind of thinking isn’t bad, it can be a bit farsighted considering most casualties in a crisis occur within the first few minutes of… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 25, 2017

    Using Dead Fish as Survival Tools?

    Using Dead Fish as Survival Tools?

    When you hear the term “dead fish,” the next image that comes to mind is probably a trashcan. Maybe you think about food first, but it’s unlikely that anyone considers a smelly fish carcass to be a good survival tool. Well, my goal is to change all that. Believe me, I’d rather not have to… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 24, 2017

    Essential Emergency Wound Care For a Crisis

    Essential Emergency Wound Care For a Crisis

    Emergency wound care is one of those skills you need to have but hope you never have to use. Even under the “best” circumstances (i.e. having expert medical help nearby), a serious injury or wound can still be life-threatening. Understandably, this risk increases dramatically in any survival situations where medical help is either far away… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 19, 2017

    Why Preppers Shouldn’t Rely On Camouflage

    Why Preppers Shouldn’t Rely On Camouflage

    Do you own any camouflage gear? I do. Camouflage patterns are found on so many different products that it’s easy to forget the fact that camo serves a specific purpose. Heck – I’ve seen camo bath towels, camo swimsuits, and even camo skivvies. And I’m pretty sure anybody running around in their underwear isn’t really… Read More

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    Survival Hot Tub – How to DIY

    Survival Hot Tub – How to DIY

    Would you like to relax in a hot tub after a long day of hard work? Soaking in a hot tub seems like one of the many things you’d have to go without in a SHTF situation, but it’s actually pretty simple to build your survival hot tub. You see, while researching a recent article… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 17, 2017

    5 Cool Uses for Your Survival Knife

    5 Cool Uses for Your Survival Knife

    A good survival knife is one of the best tools to have on hand during an emergency. Too many people think that someone who chooses to carry a knife outside of the kitchen must be some kind of maniac. They assume that knives must be used as weapons simply because they can be used as… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 14, 2017

    Become a Better Shooter without Using Up All Your Ammo by Practicing Dry Fire Drills

    Become a Better Shooter without Using Up All Your Ammo by Practicing Dry Fire Drills

    Dry fire practice can help you make the most out of your firearms.  Guns are great survival tools, but any gun owner knows that a firearm can quickly become a liability if it falls into the wrong hands. And the “wrong hands” doesn’t mean having your gun stolen or misused. Even a responsible gun owner… Read More

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    How to Choose the Best Survival Axe

    How to Choose the Best Survival Axe

    Is the survival axe on your list of must-have gear? When it was first developed by Native American Indians, the hatchet axe had a wooden handle and a head made of stone. Over time, updates to this primitive design have made axes and hatchets much more efficient and useful tools for survival situations. Still, like… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 11, 2017

    9 Incredible Survival Uses For Epsom Salt

    9 Incredible Survival Uses For Epsom Salt

    It’s likely that your survival supplies include some type of salt (table salt, kosher salt, sea salt, etc.), but what about Epsom salt? Epsom salt is chemically different than other salts and generally shouldn’t be digested, but it does have a number of incredible survival uses that should earn it a spot in your survival… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 10, 2017

    Survival Skills for Car Owners

    Survival Skills for Car Owners

    Do you have the survival skills necessary to keep your car running during a crisis? Even though the vast majority of Americans own a vehicle, a lot of people don’t know how to make even minor repairs to their car. Under normal circumstances this is okay. After all, you can always visit a mechanic for… Read More

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