Jack shows you another great piece of survival gear.
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Jake compares the Ruger Mk II and the Browning Buckmark
Jake shows you his new survival knife.
The Remora is a great every-day-carry for someone looking for a more manageable-sized bag.
Knowing how to tie lanyards from paracord is a great survival skill. In this video, Jake will show you a simple weave for tying lanyards.
A sturdy and useful camp stove to keep in your car or at your bugout location.
How to choose the best handgun for a bugout bag or any other survival or emergency situation; comparing the Glock 21 and Glock 21SF
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Whether it’s a rifle, handgun, or shotgun, someone will argue for its advantage over the others. But I’m pretty sure I’ve found what is indisputably the best — a machinegun.
Most of us have a garden in order to have delicious fresh produce, not to live off of its production. However, if you’re already gardening, it’s only a little more trouble to prepare some crops for storage. During the rest of the year we’ll find out what I can do in a small garden space. […]
The richest beef broth is the one you make yourself, and it makes the most savory soups and sauces you ever tasted. And since you’re already making broth, you might as well can some meat too. After discovering how ridiculously easy it is, if you’re like me you’ll make your own from now on. There’s […]
A concerned citizen writes a letter to his congressman arguing for repeal of all federal gun control laws.
Disposable diapers are a wonderful modern convenience, especially when traveling, but what are your options if you run out?
Learn what they don’t teach in school. Government schools don’t teach this stuff because an ignorant populace is easier to rule.
This guide will help you design the right disaster recovery plan for your family. Whether it’s war, storm, or economic meltdown, you can be prepared.
September 2010 is officially National Preparedness Month, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Here are some tips as you begin your family emergency preparedness plan.
We tested four brands of canned salmon for your emergency food stock.
We made a 4000-mile round trip to pick up the SNOmobile from Powerhouse Coach in Idaho Falls. It’s huge, it’s powerful, and it has everything you need to survive with your whole family for weeks or even months on the road.
Everyone dies, but there’s a lot you can do to minimize the chaos your family has to deal with. Take these easy tips and save your family some grief.
Preparation for long-term survival situations never ends because it involves both infrastructure development and supply management. Fortunately, the marginal return on long-term emergency prep is exponential.