Category Archives for Survival

How to Make Your Own Instant Survival Meals

Lean to make your own instant survival meals from dehydrated and freeze dried foods. Save money by making your own instant meals in a bag.

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Using Bleach to Purify Water, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Purify Water with Bleach

In this article, we are going to discuss the good and the bad of purifying water with bleach. It is up to you to decide what you will do to make your water safe to drink.

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How to Build a Cheap DIY Air Conditioner

Stay cool with this simple DIY Air Conditioner AKA Swamp Cooler

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12 Prepper Mistakes That You’re Probably Making Right Now

Many preppers make these common mistakes that could dramatically affect your long term survival. Are you one of them?

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5 Top Methods of Personal Defense for Preppers

Personal Defense for Preppers

When you think about survival, you may have this idea in your head that you and your family members are the only people in your neighborhood or in the wilderness that have survived some horrible event.

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5 Good Reasons to Introduce Children to Hunting

In 2010, the New York Times published an extensive report detailing the decline of hunting in America and its impact on conservation efforts.

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Escape Routes: An Essential Part of Your Survival Plan

What does the term “home defense” mean to you? Does it mean you are willing to defend your property even at the cost of your own life? If so, you might want to rethink your priorities.

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3 Month Food Supply Giveaway

Enter to win a 30 Day Food Supply From

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Why You Need at Least 30 Days of Food on Hand

canningWhen you are new to prepping or even if you are somewhat practiced at it, you are probably still trying to figure out just how much food you should be storing. You will read about folks who have a year’s worth of food sitting in their basement or bunker. It seems like a far-fetched, nearly impossible goal to attain without spending hundreds, possibly thousands of dollars overnight to get that much food stored away.

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12 ingenious emergency lights lanterns and candles

butter candle

A flashlight is a pretty standard piece of gear in any home. However, how many times have you reached for the flashlight and discovered the batteries were dead? Or maybe it just quit working altogether. Unless you invest in high quality, expensive flashlights, you are likely to come across this problem quite often.

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