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Due to a recent move, I now have to consider cold weather in my preparedness calculations. Prior to the move, I lived in Florida for more than a decade; three months of freezing temperatures initially had me off balance. For me, there are 3 layers of preparedness outside of the home: Vehicle, Every Day Carry, and extended. I will touch on all three; however, for me the distinction between them is important.
Nine years ago, a Category 3 hurricane made landfall on America’s Gulf Coast, displacing hundreds of thousands of people from
Previously, we discussed the bare essentials for survival—food and water. This week’s two rules are “Bugging in means bugging in”
In order to make the amount of time I spend in and around my truck more comfortable, I keep a few items
September was National Preparedness Month; so by now, we should all have supplies ready for any natural disaster that could happen. However,
September is National Preparedness Month. Be ready! Have a plan and make an emergency kit. The Shooter’s Log has all the information you need to prepare for disasters. #NatlPrep
It’s not if, it’s when.
September is National Preparedness Month. Be ready! Have a plan and make an emergency kit. The Shooter’s Log has all the information you need to prepare for disasters.
It’s not if, it’s when.
Mostly caused by lightning or human carelessness, a wildfire is any type of uncontrolled and unwanted burning of any wild land. Wildfires occur all over the world at any time of the year, but the hotter summer months produce more forest fires than other months.
When considering what survival gear to purchase, you must feel confident the products are going to work reliably. A $30, or even a $5, small pocketknife is fine for EDC, but when your life depends on it, you don’t want to end up holding on to nothing but a broken knife and broken hopes.
There are still plenty of weeks left of summer before the kids head back to school. Need to beat the
In 1995, a brave and perhaps a little crazy 22-year old Cheryl Strayed started out on a solo 1,100-mile hike
Last winter proved that hazardous and unexpected weather can come sooner, end later and hit parts of the country
Obviously, the perfect weapon for survival—for getting food and self-defense both—is a firearm. However, there is a
Any body of water has the possibility of housing fish. Without a firearm or bulky gear to make a trap,
Is your bug-out strategy the best? Do you have the skills, knowledge and gear to get through whatever life hands