When SHTF strikes, a systematic getaway is what we need the most. When you have…
Following last week’s news that in the wake of the capital protests, the FBI is…
I imagine myself in a scenario where I’m woken up by a bump in the night. Likely taking place in the wee hours of the morning.
When it comes to being prepared for disasters great or small, readers of this blog…
So, you might be new to prepping and you are wondering where to begin. This article will give you some important tips to follow when it comes to learning how to start prepping.
Revolvers make an excellent choice as a Concealed Carry Weapon, backup or self-defense piece. Here are seven reasons why the wheel gun excels.
If your survival plan doesn’t include a bug out to the forest option, it should, but coming up with a good plan might be more difficult that you think.
The best way to increase your chances of surviving a venomous snake bite is to have a contingency plan in place.
What if events, beyond your control, fall upon you and change all you know and expect from life. Do you have a Plan B?
I have compiled a selected few topics I think people should reevaluate in their lives and make and give yourself a prepping reality check.
Today we will discuss 10 must have natural remedies that will could offer comfort and healing when the possibility of modern medicine is gone.
I thought that maybe it might be of some value to share some lessons that I have learned in my personal preparedness journey that hits 10 years old this year.
As is usually the case with anything, the first step in choosing a rifle sling is to decide what you are going to use it for.
Here are a few ways we can cut down on the labor and time of gardening and increase our yields, whether we’re just getting started with some pots or whether we’re ready to expand our production in times of crisis
Times have changed and today this article will be begin with some history, but will also share how to choose the best rifle sling for your use.
If you have the tooling, settle for the basics and shop wisely, you should be able to bring this in under $50
I was looking around for more prepper and survival gear the other day and often readers ask for gear recommendations so I wanted to give you this list of the best-selling prepper gear but with a twist.
Not only do the masses USUALLY get things right in aggregate, but it can make your life easier in the long run to just go with the crowd.
The true solution is to have many copies of your important data stored locally, updated frequently, and maintained in a Faraday cage in case of an EMP attack.
I was taught to think about preparedness for disasters. I came away from the class with the knowledge that I was in the dark when it came to being prepared for a disaster.
That means adding to the long lists of things we need to do, buy and plan for should our worlds fall apart on either a small scale or a large scale.
This isn’t an article about which guns to buy, it is merely my personal thoughts on why two weapons have advantages over others.
When we’re ready to delve into long-term disaster planning, water needs to be a focus. Without water, and a backup plan for water, all the rest of our preparations become null and void.
In part two, after some final thoughts on tools, we’ll look at knowledge and skills needed in gunsmithing.
When a disaster happens, you don’t have time to start thinking about survival supplies you need. You need to be prepared and function on autopilot
You can do it on your own firearms without any problem, and you might be able to do it for friends and family, especially if you don’t get paid for it.
Below are some of the wilderness safety tips women can put in place to be safe. Some of the tips revolve around things women may have been doing before, in preparation, not while faced with danger.
As mentioned, no serial number is required by Federal law or regulation on your self-manufactured firearm. But, rightly or wrongly, firearms without serial numbers are looked at with suspicion.
If things are bad enough that you need a survival kit, I’d want something substantially better.