An auxiliary fuel tank can more than triple the range of your vehicle, and TheFuelbox.com has an excellent product line
American Sniper does something modern movies rarely do anymore; it presents us with a protagonist who has no doubts about the righteousness of his actions
Seven essential items for a good first aid kit
Three Year Old Hard Tack can be a challenge to eat, but it’s doable if you follow one simple rule
The ESEE 5 is feature-packed and extremely tough; it’s one of the best survival knives available anywhere
How to support a sprained ankle if you *must* keep moving
If your flashlight drops dead and you’re out of candles, you can make a lamp with a can of sardines in oil and a twig
Mixing your soapmaking ingredients and forming the soap.
Making your own soap might not save your life, but it will help you smell better after Doomsday.
The key to building an emergency shelter is knowing how to improvise. Whatever the situation, whatever materials you have, if you need shelter from the elements, you’ll have to make do.
In Part 2 of the Emergency Shelter series, you’ll learn the three main considerations in deciding where and how to build your shelter: Location, Situation, and Orientation.
Assessing the environment, climate, your physical condition, and materials on hand are the first steps in understanding your immediate emergency shelter needs
Stocking a Waypoint Cache for travel to your safe retreat.
Learn the difference between an Emergency Evacuation Cache and a Waypoint Cache, and how to stock them.
A basic approach to recovering your survival cache.
Select a good location for your survival cache and learn how to conceal it.
Easy firestarting techniques using common materials in case your butane lighter runs out of gas
How to prepare for security risks at amusement parks and other public events.
The Gamo Silent Cat air rifle is a viable tool in the preppers tool kit.
These beans stored for 15 years required extra cooking time to get tender, but turned out delicious.