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Post Archives

Humans as Predators after SHTF

humans as predators after shtf

Once things start to go south, I can see the human predators mirroring the tactics of predatory beasts. After all the easy pickings are gone, they will begin to utilize the same base instincts, just like real animals.

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Guest Post: Law of Threes – Obtaining Water (Craig Caudill)

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Our next topic in this article is a part of the Law of Threes guidelines for wilderness survival. In the first topic we talked about obtaining food. This next topic will focus on water. I want you to remember that the Law of Threes, serve more as a comprehensive guideline as to what we should […]

Budget survival Knife: Cold Steel Bushman

budget survival knife cold steel bushman

Many of us can barely afford our day to day lives, so finding a decent survival knife to use in a survival situation, is sometimes an unreachable goal. We’re all very aware of the slick looking $500 survival knives out there, but that’s not realistic for many of us. I can’t even afford the $60 […]

Bug Out Destinations – Where you going to go?

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Planning to Bug Out? Have you made a plan as to where you are going? What are your potential bug out destinations?

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Guest Post: Flashlights Lights up Your Way to Safety

Flashlights and torches might be the last thing on your mind – as they aren’t as “flashy” as your Iphone or Ipad. The thing is, flashlights can work as an everyday tool as a way to “light on your safety” so to speak. Indeed, there can be many instances where a torch can be a […]

Guest Post: Nighttime Survival Essentials by Craig Pearson

Many basic survival kits have their primary focus on surviving the daytime, but can have some holes in their nighttime survival aspects. Surviving in the night depends on a lot of factors, including climate, time of year, and the type of terrain in which you are trekking, but there are some things that are common […]

Guest Post: Survival Doesn’t Always Have To Be The Fittest But Rather The Most Prepared

Survival Doesn’t Always Have To Be The Fittest But Rather The Most Prepared By: John Thompson

The Law of Natural Selection is all about survival of the fittest, but when have humans ever paid attention to natural law. We did not go to the moon because we could jump high. We went there because we […]