Day: July 24, 2019

Long term water storage

So I bought these 3.5 gallon storage containers for long term water storage but wondering what kind of water I should put in there? Obviously tap water is the easiest, but is it better to use filtered water? Distilled water? Something else? Yes, I have water preserver drops and they will be stored in a […]

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Running Zigzag: Is It Actually Effective In Threat Evasion?

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Folks with SAR experience- smoke signaling devices- worth having around?

Hi all! I was thinking about writing up a quick article about making DIY smoke signaling devices (full of tons of disclaimers on observing local laws and not setting the woods on fire) on the cheap, with pull-type igniters. (Not the KNO3 + sugar ones, I have an easier recipe). I got to wondering though, […]

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Make Your Own Mini Axe with a Saw Blade

Some of the links below are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. The feel of a good ax or hatchet in my hands is like nothing else. I went 25 years never even considering what a great ax means. You […]

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Wood splitting hatchet for $35?

I'm trying to find a good hatchet for splitting small logs to make feather sticks with. Does anyone know of a quality yet small hatchet that can split well? Reviews are so mixed online. submitted by /u/Sn0wland [link] [comments]

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Tax Free Emergency Preparedness Supplies – Here’s how!

Some of the links below are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. It’s always surprising to find out how few people are taking advantage of what I call the preppers tax cut. I don’t know the full scope of how […]

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Top 5 Meat Animals Best Suited for Your Backyard

Some of the links below are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. There is something special that happens when you make the jump from just growing vegetables to raising living creatures. Once you add something like chickens to your land […]

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Fatwood for the first time

So today I decided to practice lighting fatwood with my Ferrell rod and was successful rather quickly both times. Feeling proud of myself. submitted by /u/Goblinkok [link] [comments]

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ESEE 6 & Becker BK-7 with TKC G-10 grips

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Options for the Every Day Carry Bag

Some of the links below are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. The concept of EDC is an interesting one. Its the rare example of something that started out of necessity but now carries a veil of fashion.  Everyday carry […]

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