The EPA reports that 90% of the world’s fresh water supply is contaminated. According to the World Health Organization, 80%…Read More >
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The ammunition industry has been a very exciting place for the past few years. In addition to an influx of…Read More >
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Guest blogger Fernando “FerFal” Aguirre—Surviving Argentina—writes some more on The End Of The World As We Know It (TEOTWAWKI). Preparing for catastrophe is all well and good, but Fer Fal agrees with Commander Zero: the world isn’t just going to quickly devolve into some post-apocalyptic landscape populated by zombies and a few survivalists. Here’s what he has to say…
In recent months we’ve seen a surge in people preparing for… something. Preparedness is all fine and good, but what…Read More >
Choosing the right bag for a hiking trip, range use, or simply for day-to-day use takes some time and consideration. Many factors go into selecting your bag. Here are a few tips to help you make the right decision when choosing a bag.
Today we feature guest blogger Jim Rawles from SurvivalBlog.com One of my long-standing Precepts is that every prepared individual should…Read More >
Most of the hype and popularity of survival and preparedness–especially urban survival–is based on watching spy movies and won’t do a thing when you’re in a real-life survival situation. Read this post to discover a few of the important survival techniques to master.