Outdoor Survival

5 Good Prepping Habits For Outdoor Survival

Today’s article has kindly been written by Matt from Side X Side Ranch, a local hunting ranch in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. Below Matt gives us 5 Good Prepping Habits For Outdoor Survival. 5 Good Prepping Habits For Outdoor Survival There is nothing like the Read More

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Are You Preparing a Bug-out Plan? 5 Tips to Make Your Plan a Good One

Today’s article has kindly been provided by a fellow Prepper Conrad Novak. Conrad started his journey as a prepper when Hurricane Katrina hit and he lost his job due to the 2008 economic crisis. Conrad talks below about preparing a Read More

flint and steel

Catching A Spark from Flint And Steel – Fire Building Basics

This article was kindly submitted by James Walton who is the author of Come Unity; Community and the host of the I AM Liberty Show. In his article, James talks about Catching A Spark from Flint And Steel and Fire Read More

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Top Tips On How You Can Use a Boot Knife When SHTF

Top Tips On How You Can Use a Boot Knife When SHTF This article was kindly submitted by John Lewis who is a survivalist, outdoor enthusiast, and blogger on epicwilderness.com. Below John talks about the boot knife and gives us Read More

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101 Paracord Uses For Survival & More

101 Paracord Uses For Survival & More Parachute cord or Paracord as we know it today was originally developed for use by the military in the suspension lines of parachutes. Made of a lightweight nylon Kernmantle Rope nowadays this versatile cord is not just Read More

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Nine Easy Wilderness Survival Skills 

Nine Easy Wilderness Survival Skills No matter whether you planning to go on a backpacking, hunting or camping trip. It’s a good idea to have some basic wilderness survival skills and knowledge. Being prepared with such skills will help you Read More

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Keeping It Clean: Declutter Your Home for the Hurricane Season

Above Image Credit: Pinterest Keeping It Clean: Declutter Your Home for the Hurricane Season After Beryl and Chris, it’s safe to say that the 2018 hurricane season truly is in full swing now. If the Canadian Hurricane Centre’s 2018 forecast Read More