Day: June 7, 2019

Paracord Projects | Solid Gear Wrap

Running out of paracord projects? This grip will make your tools, gear, and weapons more comfortable and easier to handle. RELATED: 36 Awesome Paracord Projects For Preppers Badass Paracord Projects | Paracord Solid Gear Wrap Paracord Project for Your Tools Are your tools and weapons always slipping out of your sweaty palms? Does your hand […]

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SURVIVAL SKILLS: Open A Can With Your Bare Hands

Care for another great addition to your survival skills? Learn how to open a can without using any kind of tool! RELATED: 145 Self-Sufficiency Skills Every Prepper Should Learn Survival Skills: Opening a Can Without an Opener Open a Can with Your Bare Hands We do our best to be prepared. We keep tools on […]

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simple lesson learned…

I went out fishing the other day. Where I was fishing had a really cold winter wind blowing. I had lots of warm cloths including a warm beany and a neck warmer. The one thing I didn't have was gloves. Half an hour after going fishing, even though my body was warm enough my hands […]

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The Unglamorous Side of Prepping

Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that if you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. Prepping has been glamorized by the media as something it’s not and they’ve done the same thing with homesteading, too! Prepping has been sensationalized and […]

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Does bear spray need to be replaced after being submerged under water?

I was out fishing yesterday with bear spray on my belt and got my hook stuck in the weeds. Though the water didnt look too deep, the mud made me sink past my waist as i was walking out to unsnag the hook and the bear spray was probably submerged for 30 seconds before i […]

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Growing Food Passively

Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that if you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. Growing food at home doesn’t need to be a challenging and time-consuming task. There are a number of different ways that you can grow food […]

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Survival Basics: Suturing A Wound In The Wild

Even if you’re fully knowledgeable in regard to survival basics, including the fine art of suturing a wound, the cold truth is this: regardless of how skilled one may be in this art, if you don’t have the proper gear, you won’t be able to do it. Logistics What do I mean with proper gear? […]

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Catch And Cook Alewife Fish, Episode ZERO, State of Maine Wilderness Liv…

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You’ve Been Betrayed: “It’s Time To Refuse To Put Up With This Any Longer”

Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that if you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. Every so often its good to have a primer. It good to kick up the motivation on your prepping and that doesn’t take much. A […]

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