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Top 6 Safest Water Purification Methods for Survival

Water is second only to air when it comes to survival. Without water, you cannot survive for more than three days. In other words, in any survival situation, whether the collapse of society has finally arrived or you are stranded in the bush for an unknown amount of time, having …

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Urban Survival Kit: 22 Critical Tools to Have

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Are you living in a city and you’re worried about disasters, emergencies, or even SHTF? Whether you’re worried about riots, an economic collapse, or just want to be ready for everyday emergencies, the first step should be to put together a customized urban survival kit that’s tailored to your own …

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DIY Mosquito Traps

Is it possible to make one that is effective and really works? A DIY mosquito trap is easier to make than you think and the beauty of it is that there are many solutions for keeping mosquitoes at bay, some for outside and some for inside. Some of these solutions …

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The Best Bushcraft Knife

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Bushcraft generally refers to wilderness survival skills, and was initially used to describe the survival skills needed in the Australian bush country or outback. The isolated outback territory meant whatever you took with you when choosing to go on “walkabout” was pretty much all you had. You lived off what …

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How to Make a Reliable Water Filter at Home

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Water. It is one of the survival essentials. As anyone who’s made the mistake of not bringing adequate drinking water with them in the woods can attest to, being prepared to easily filter and purify water is a necessity in any survival scenario. Luckily, filtration is possible with readily available, …

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How to Make Pemmican

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“Bugging out” is a term that has gained popularity in recent years but it’s actually not a new concept at all. Native Americans used to change camps several times a year as they followed the animal herds and their scouts spent a lot of time on the trail. Born from …

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How to Make Soap at Home

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In a SHTF scenario when you and your family have to bug out or even in the event you have to bug in for an extended length of time, personal hygiene is going to be more important than you think. After several days of hiking through mud and fighting off …

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20 Urban Survival Mistakes You Need to Stop Making ASAP

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When prepping for a disaster, there are three S-es you need to consider: safety, shelter, and supplies. But, securing them can be different when living in the city than in the countryside. The circumstances will be different, and you need to adapt depending on the location you are in. In …

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How Long Does Canned Food Last?

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Canned food in jars or vacuum packed cans are an important part of any pantry or stockpile. Although you should eat all of your food before best by and expiration dates, sometimes you want to know whether a can of food, particularly home canned food, is safe to consume. So, …

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How to Prep Your Car for When SHTF

In a survival scenario, your car could be the easiest and fastest path to safety. If it’s already loaded up with the proper tools and supplies, you will simply need to move your family to the vehicle and quickly drive them to your bug out area. But what if you …

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24 Survival Skills for Kids to Teach Them ASAP

Disaster can strike at any time and any place. Though you will no doubt do all you can to protect your children or grandchildren from harm, you may not always be around to look out for them. Even though they’re still young, they should know some basic survival skills so …

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How to Use a Compass

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For those who regularly spend time in the woods and mountains, the compass becomes a vital piece of survival equipment. Prior to GPS becoming so popular and accessible, a compass was frequently used for geocaching, a form a treasure hunting for people of all ages. Every compass has at least …

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21 Useful Survival Apps for iOS and Android

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Your cell phone isn’t necessarily the first thing that pops into your head when you think of tracking your way out of the wilderness, foraging and hunting in the wild or surviving TEOTWAWKI. Think again. Even an experienced prepper or outdoor adventurer can use a smart phone to close the …

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Best Non Lethal Self Defense Weapons for your EDC

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updated by Reaper 01/02/2018 The world in which we live can be a scary place. Even now, before any potential collapse of society has happened it can still be scary. Crimes happen every day – muggings, rape, robbery, assault and murder. These crimes can happen at home, on the street, …

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How to Make a Rocket Stove

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When your refrigerator is full but the electricity is out, you’re going to have to find an alternative way to cook your food. In this kind of situation, one of the best alternatives will be to build and use a DIY rocket stove. A rocket stove is a very effective …

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How to Survive a Wildfire

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It is an unfortunate truth that wildfires gobble up thousands of acres of woodland, grassland, and even residential land every year. Depending on where you live, the risk of wildfires can be very real and you need to be prepared for it. These fires can burn at temperatures of 1,000 …

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55 Survival Hacks That Could Save Your Life [VIDEO]

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Every prepper knows that no matter how you much they’ve done to prepare ahead, there’s no guarantee things will go according to plan. Supplies can run out quicker than expected, tools can break, or food can be stolen. Whatever happens, you must learn to adapt and improvise so you can …

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15 Ways to Carry Money in Your EDC Kit

Nowadays, people don’t carry around money as much as they used to and use credit cards instead. In fact, according to a study by the New York Post, a mer 1 in 4 Americans carry cash regularly. In addition, of those who carry cash regularly, most only have about $25 …

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