Tag Archives: bugging out

  • 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

  • David Adams

    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 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

  • David Adams Mar 14, 2017

    7 Important Things to Remember When Bugging Out Far Away

    7 Important Things to Remember When Bugging Out Far Away

    Even though the topic is frequently discussed in the prepping community, it seems like many people have the wrong idea about bugging out. It’s one thing to work on being prepared for when SHTF, but it’s another story when people start daydreaming about living out their idealized bug out plans. To me, prepping has always… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 2, 2017

    How to Use Snare Traps for Survival

    How to Use Snare Traps for Survival

    Learning how to hunt for food with snare traps is a very useful survival skill. If you’re reading this, chances are you understand the importance of being prepared for an emergency. But what happens if your plans fall through? Maybe your home is equipped with supplies for when SHTF, but what if you’re forced to… Read More

  • David Adams Feb 24, 2017

    How to Stay Safe When Bugging Out

    How to Stay Safe When Bugging Out

    Everyone talks about bugging out like it’s a walk in the park. It isn’t even close. That’s why I had one of my friends write about what you need to do to stay safe when bugging out. A lot of newbie preppers overlook this stuff. So please, pay attention. Rules For Staying Safe When Bugging… Read More

  • David Adams Feb 13, 2017

    Why Leather Belts Are Amazing Survival Tools

    Why Leather Belts Are Amazing Survival Tools

    Leather belts are good for way more than just holding your pants up, and they’re a must-have in a survival situation. These awesome survival tools can make your life WAY easier in a surprising amount of ways. Better yet, leather belts not only look great and can be worn as part of your everyday attire, but they’re also crazy easy… Read More

  • David Adams Feb 9, 2017

    7 Survival Uses for Bleach

    7 Survival Uses for Bleach

    Most of us are aware of the typical uses for bleach, but many preppers haven’t thought to pack bleach into their bug out bags once SHTF. However, once I introduce you to some of the amazing things bleach can do in a survival situation, I’m betting you’ll want to add a jug of bleach to your… Read More

  • David Adams Feb 8, 2017

    9 Survival Uses For Dawn Dish Soap

    9 Survival Uses For Dawn Dish Soap

    I think most of us can say we enjoy the typical uses for Dawn dish soap – after all, it’s surprisingly relaxing to clean off the grimy mold and grease left on your pots, pans, dishes, and cookware. However, few preppers realize the extent to which you can use this grease-cutting liquid in a survival situation…. Read More

  • David Adams Feb 6, 2017

    10 Amazing DIY Native American Survival Shelters

    10 Amazing DIY Native American Survival Shelters

    Preppers have been building survival shelters for a long time; heck, many of us learned how to build a shelter in our days as a Boy Scout. However, survival shelters have  been around for centuries. In fact, the Native Americans are famous for their survival shelters, such as the tipi and the wigwam. And although we’ve… Read More

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