Posted by Devin Peterson on 10/21/2016
to Shelter and Warmth
Do you ever think about what you would do in a disaster or emergency situation? You know, that type of fight or flight thing that can’t be predicted, and when you need to adapt really fast in order to survive?
Posted by Devin Peterson on 6/8/2014
to Water and Hydration
The need for clean water is undeniable, especially in a serious survival situation. After all, you can probably live for a while without food, but the body simply cannot function without water for more than a couple of days. Plus, it is needed not only for drinking, but also cooking, cleaning, and sanitizing. The problem is that even if water is available during or after a disaster situation, it might not be clean or filtered in order to ensure its safety. Fortunately, there is an interesting and unique idea for helping filter and clean your available water supplies.
Posted by Devin Peterson on 5/17/2014
to Food Procurement
There's no doubt that a Smart Gun can provide a serious advantage to anyone who hunts. Not everyone hunts for sport, some hunt to survive. But for those who do it for sport, what's the point when you have this tremendous weapon? You might as well set landmines and come back in a few days.
Posted by Devin Peterson on 1/20/2014
to Self Defense
We'll break down the basic tools and equipment you'll need at the very least to ward off a zombie apocalypse. Of course you're going to want to wield a huge machete, but what else should you carry besides weapons when fending off hoards of the undead?
Posted by Devin Peterson on 12/26/2013
A deer casually walks into Dick's Sporting Goods on his way back to North Pole...I guess he wanted to return his Under Armour hoodie.
Posted by Devin Peterson on 12/22/2013
New influx of 'bugging out' due to recent news that have alerted many Americans of potential disasters. Numerous wealthy Americans have reported setting up bug-out locations outside of the U.S.
Posted by Devin Peterson on 12/12/2013
to Emergency Preparedness
Ranger bands are described as "rubber bands on steroids. They are typically made from old bike tire inner tubes and have nearly a million uses.
Posted by Devin Peterson on 8/17/2013
to Outdoor Survival
This articles' topics include packing food and water in a bug-out kit, learning local wild edibles, and how to clean your tent.