Before we had Google Maps, we had a sky full of stars and the sun to guide our way. Humans have an innate ability to navigate; a natural sense of direction. We create visual maps of an area in our brains, and using many different cues and landmarks, we are able to orient ourselves. However, without practicing navigation, you can lose the art of finding yourself.
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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 is a saying here in my great state that I relate to, “I wasn’t born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could”
The Blade Show does not garner half the attention of the annual SHOT Show, but for blade and edged weapon
We talk extensively about the importance of having an emergency kit for you and your family. Often called a bug-out
Within the past few years, my family and I have been inconvenienced by power outages and other problems that would
When talking about the first 24, preppers mean the first 24 hours immediately following an emergency. The first 24 are
Besides the obvious, what other ways can you use a plastic poncho? In a survival situation, the more uses you
Various people use a variety of names to describe the highly reflective, featherweight, paper-thin sheet including Mylar, emergency
EDC or everyday carry are the items you find essential to carry with you everyday—usually in your pockets or
Can you think of 22 different uses for most military surplus gear? Probably not. For efficiency, most military surplus equipment
A lot of discussion about survival, preparedness, and TEOTWAWKI (the end of the world as we know it) focuses on