Day: October 31, 2019

How Preppers Prepare for a Hurricane: A Comprehensive Look

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. Dealing with a future (or impending) hurricane can be a daunting task, especially since most blog posts only give you a few hints and no specific examples of […]

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3 Horror Movies Every Survivalist Can Learn From

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Looking for A Failure of Civility

I’ve been looking for this book for a long time now. I know there is a pdf available online but it’s not the entire book, it’s only about 80 pages. Does anyone know where I can get a copy? submitted by /u/onurfayce [link] [comments]

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Finally a good kydex ferro rod holder that works with my ESEE 4.

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Are there any underrated ( as in rarely mentioned ) items that can be used for wilderness survival that are nonetheless extremely essential ? If so then which items are those ?

​ I'm curious to know if any essential items for surviving in the wilderness get left out of usual lists , which is why I'm posing this question … Thanks ahead of time ! submitted by /u/Yargoff85 [link] [comments]

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6 Trail Foods You Need This Winter

If you’re like me and you love to spend time in the Great Outdoors, you probably learned by now that proper nutrition plays an important role in the wilderness. Often times, I don’t really care about what season is upon us, and when I feel the call of the wild, I’m going to pursue it. […]

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Why Does Wool Rule?

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 winter is a serious monster for some of us. If you are an off-grid enthusiast you know that winter means lots more work and some shivering.  Making […]

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Primitive large game traps?

We’ve all seen the Rambo style spear trap and punji pits from Vietnam and I’m sure if employed in the correct area they would be effective on deer sized game. I’d imagine a snare made of strong natural cord if attached to a heavy spring branch or counterweight or Mabey even just a big drag […]

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