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  • David Adams Apr 2, 2017

    Is It A Power Outage? Or An EMP Attack?

    Is It A Power Outage? Or An EMP Attack?

    Survivalists talk a lot about EMP attacks and how to prep for them, but one topic that’s rarely discussed is how to tell the difference between an EMP and a normal power outage. Rolling blackouts and power outages are surprisingly routine in America. So much so, that the average citizen usually isn’t too surprised when… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 1, 2017

    The Pros and Cons of an EDC Kit

    The Pros and Cons of an EDC Kit

    Chances are you have an EDC kit on you right now. The contents may not be the typical items that come to mind when preppers talk about EDC (Every Day Carry), but I’m betting you always put your wallet, phone, and keys in your pocket (or purse) when you head out. Literally speaking, that’s your… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 31, 2017

    7 Trees Preppers Should Include in Their Survival Garden

    7 Trees Preppers Should Include in Their Survival Garden

    When planning out a survival garden, it’s important to think about the kinds of trees you want on your property and how they can come in handy when SHTF. Certain trees can provide food, fuel, shelter, and even medicine for you and your family during an emergency. And even if you don’t intend to grow… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 30, 2017

    Why the Marine Skivvy Roll Is the Ultimate Survival Hack

    Why the Marine Skivvy Roll Is the Ultimate Survival Hack

    The Marine skivvy roll pack is the perfect way to travel efficiently while making sure you have all your essential clothing items. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, the skivvy roll is a method for packing a shirt, underwear, and a pair of socks into a compact, pill-shaped bundle. Finding ways to use space efficiently… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 27, 2017

    How Preppers Can Harvest Rainwater for Survival

    How Preppers Can Harvest Rainwater for Survival

    If SHTF and your water supply runs dry, knowing how to harvest rainwater can be an invaluable skill. According to the EPA, the average US citizen uses almost 100 gallons of water per day. Even in a survival situation, each person in your household would still need about 2-4 gallons a day for drinking and… Read More

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