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mylas bags
Jim Parson

Why Use Mylar Bags For Food Storage

If you have any prior experience with food storage, then you’ve come across the term “mylar.” If you haven’t then let us introduce you to your food storage best friend. Mylar bags are considered the gold standard of survival and emergency food storage, helping to

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Black Market guns (Europe)

Contrary to popular hype, European gun control does not mean that European citizens lack access to firearms.   In fact, street prices of more common firearms in European capitals are not much higher than what one would expect to pay in a gun shop in the

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How to Sharpen a Survival Knife
Jim Parson

How to Sharpen a Survival Knife

In a survival situation, you won’t want to waste valuable energy sawing through anything you need to cut. It’s important that your survival knife is sharp, so the blade easily cuts through different materials when you are gutting fish, building other survival tools, and cutting

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Jim Parson

How To Make A Survival Bracelet

Making your own paracord bracelet is as easy as using a cobra weave technique between a buckle or another type of clasp. You can make a bracelet with one or two colors depending on your preference and easily find yourself prepared for situations in day

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Coronavirus
Jim Parson

Bugging In To Survive COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

It’s hard to believe but only a few days ago did the WHO declare COVID-19 a Pandemic. It has infected more than 100,000 people and spread throughout every continent except for Antarctica. It is truly something to behold. It has brought to bear the lack

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cabin living off the grid
Jim Parson

The Best States to Live off the Grid

What is the best state to live off the grid? The intention of this article is to give you an answer to this question. The topic of living off the grid has become very popular. This is particularly true amongst preppers, homesteaders and survivalists. The

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coffee cup heating up by camp fire
Jim Parson

Father’s Day Camping Trip Essentials

Father’s Day (17 June), is just around the corner, so why not take your old man on a weekend camping adventure and enjoy spending some quality time together. June is the perfect time to go camping, with temperature milder than earlier in the year so

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Must-Read Advice For Surviving In The Wild
Jim Parson

Must-Read Advice For Surviving In The Wild

There are many reasons why someone might find themselves out in the wild. Perhaps you’re in the military and are deployed out in foreign territories having to live in jungles or other wild areas? Or, you’re someone that likes testing himself and doing extreme things

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going off the grid
Jim Parson

Going Off Grid: Is It Right For You?

Going off grid is something that few people have chosen to do, but those who have would never go back to the way things were before. Going off grid isn’t for everybody, but for the right people, it’ll completely change their lives. Taking this step

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best water purification tablets
Jim Parson

Top Skills You Need To Perfect In Order To Survive

Survival isn’t just a skill – it’s a conglomeration of many skills, all of which you need to learn, master, and perfect to stay safe, secure, and comfortable in survival situations. Many of these skills are overlooked by preppers who focus purely on stockpiling materials

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fish for survival
Jim Parson

3 Ways To Fish For Survival

Fishing is a popular hobby because it’s a nice way to spend a relaxing afternoon. But that’s notwhat it was originally created for. Fishing is first and foremost a way of sourcing food. Whenyou’re out on your own and you’re trying to gather food for

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Jim Parson

Survivor’s Supply Cache

A subject that seems to be coming up a lot on the survival-related forums is the cache.    A cache is a small number of goods and supplies that a survivor would keep hidden, usually along a planned bugout route or in an area that the

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Camping with Kids
Jim Parson

How To Survive Camping With Your Young Children

Children are great fun to be around. At least, that is until they get tired, hungry, bored, or frustrated. Then the fun ends, and you’re in survival mode trying to get through the minutes it takes to address their needs and soothe them back to

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