Tag Archives: bug out

  • David Adams Dec 8, 2016

    11 Incredible Survival Uses For Mason Jars

    11 Incredible Survival Uses For Mason Jars

    There’s no way around it – we preppers sure do love our mason jars. And why wouldn’t we? These little glass marvels are some of the cheapest, most versatile survival tools on God’s green earth. Mason jars are excellent for storing small items (that you might lose otherwise), and are perfect for canning and preserving survival food…. Read More

  • David Adams Nov 13, 2016

    The Best & Worst Bug Out States

    The Best & Worst Bug Out States

    Most preppers have a bug out plan in place for when SHTF. And they think that is is enough to survive after the big one hits. However, I have some bad news for those preppers – if they don’t live in a really good bug out state, it won’t matter how awesome their bug out… Read More

  • David Adams Nov 1, 2016

    40 Survival Tools to Stockpile Before Christmas

    40 Survival Tools to Stockpile Before Christmas

    The weather’s getting colder, the drinks are getting warmer, and it’s time to discuss the 40 survival items to stockpile before Christmas! I think we can all agree that this month’s election has put us all on edge; and, especially if the wrong person is elected, it’s incredibly likely we’ll need these survival items BEFORE… Read More

  • David Adams Oct 18, 2016

    7 Skills For A Successful Bug Out

    7 Skills For A Successful Bug Out

    I was talking with a good friend of mine the other day and he wanted to know if I’d ever posted a blog post regarding what I consider to be the most important bug out skills. I realized I hadn’t, at least not in a long time. And being the good friend he is, my friend… Read More

  • David Adams Oct 10, 2016

    9 Weird Things You Never Knew About Firewood

    9 Weird Things You Never Knew About Firewood

    Now most people – preppers and non-preppers alike – automatically assume that burning firewood is one of the easiest things you can do to survive. After all, what’s there to know? All wood is the same, right? Wrong.   The more you know about the different types of firewood, the more you can prevent disastrous… Read More

  • David Adams Oct 5, 2016

    What To Scavenge From Cars After SHTF

    What To Scavenge From Cars After SHTF

      We all know how useful our cars are to us now, but have you thought about how useful they’ll be after SHTF? Even if it’s a broken down hunk of junk, cars of all makes and models will be a huge asset to us down the road (no pun intended). When a major emergency happens… Read More

  • David Adams Jul 25, 2016

    The Best Books For Preppers

    The Best Books For Preppers

    Does anyone even know the best books for preppers anymore? I mean, I know it’s 2016, but “real” books are becoming non-existent – everything nowadays is on a tablet or Kindle and reading in general is going down the tubes. However, to those of us that know better, prepping books provide a wealth of knowledge, educating… Read More

  • David Adams Jul 19, 2016

    How To Dress For Survival

    How To Dress For Survival

      Clothing often gets lost in the shuffle when it comes to preps; after all, there’s food, water, shelter and self-defense to worry about, so the idea of how to dress for survival kind of gets pushed to the back burner. However, what most preppers don’t realize is that a major reason why people survive (or don’t) out… Read More

  • David Adams

    7 Survival Uses For Styrofoam

    7 Survival Uses For Styrofoam

      I’m pretty sure we’ve all seen/heard of most of the uses of styrofoam; after all, you’ve got cups/plates, packing peanuts, coolers, general packing material…the list goes on. However, did you know that styrofoam has a lot of surprising survival uses? It’s a great survival tool to have in your bug out bag; not only is it… Read More

  • David Adams Jul 12, 2016

    How To Prep For Your Pets

    How To Prep For Your Pets

    Deciding if you should prep for your pet or not is a huge decision that should be made by each family. It’s also a decision that should not be taken lightly, and should be thought of in advance – not in the heat of an impending crisis. There are various things to consider when deciding… Read More

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