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The Top Five .22 Pistols

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If you could only have one pistol to cover most eventualities in a survival role, what would it be? What is one gun that can do almost anything you need a handgun to do, do it efficiently, and is one that almost anyone can handle? Imagine no more, we have …

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Basic Survival Cornbread Recipe

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When you are talking about recipes for any kind of survival situation a good cornbread recipe is a must. Cornbread, a staple in any southern kitchen, is delicious, versatile, and easy to make. It can be used for any meal and requires only a few ingredients. In this article, we …

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Can a Zombie Apocalypse Really Happen?

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The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, 28 days, the list of shows about a zombie apocalypse seems to be endless. If you’re a fan of any of the “zombie” focused shows that have become popular in the last decade or so, you may have found yourself wondering a zombie …

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7 Gun Suggestions for People Who Don’t Like Firearms

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Believe it or not, some folks just don’t like guns. Let me be more specific: there exist pro-gun, pro-2nd Amendment people who don’t like guns. Say what? Talk about oxymoron, right? You’d better believe it, though, these folks are out there, and they might be your relatives, friends and in …

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What’s in My EDC and Go-Bag?

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I and other authors talk about EDC procedures, tips and gear plenty here on Survival Sullivan. Keeping with the idea that you are your own first responder, smartly chosen EDC gear forms your first line of equipment to help you beat back disaster or deal with an emergency. Sure, there …

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Intermediate Force and Conflict Avoidance

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Look around the gun sphere next time you are out and about on the internet. When you watch all the cool videos of various drills and training evolutions, does anything strike you as strange? When discussing a “what would you do?” scenario with friends or colleagues, does it seem like …

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Red Beans and Rice Survival Recipe

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If there is any recipe that you need to know to make better use of your food stores, it’s Red Beans & Rice. This versatile and easy to cook dish tastes fantastic and is cheap, healthy, and easy. A southern staple, this meal can be made as a side dish, …

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10 Preps Your Should Not Cheap Out On

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Prepping entails a significant amount of physical and material preparation, and with the latter making ready entails significant expense. Most of us are not made of money, and even for those of us who are financially secure, there is always good cause to spend thriftily and steward your resources. Unfortunately …

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The Best of the Best Survival Knives

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Ask any number of preppers, outdoorsmen and other tough, gritty self-sufficient people to name one, and only one tool that they could bring with them if they were being dropped into an unknown survival situation for an unknown length of time and I’ll bet by bottom dollar that most if …

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Surviving a Wild Boar Attack

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A rapidly growing problem in America is the geometrically increasing population of wild boars, themselves an invasive species, and also wild boar hybrids resulting from mating with formerly domestic feral pigs. Colloquially called hogs, boars or razorbacks, these tusked nuisances are now running wild across much of the U.S. and …

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7 Guns You Should Never Get

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What I am about to say may “shock” you: not all guns are created equal. I know, I know. It is painful, hard to stomach, for sure. But it is true. Of all the myriad guns out on the market made by all the dozens and dozens of manufacturers, some …

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The Top 10 Best Food Dehydrators of 2019

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A food dehydrator is typically a device that is used to draw out moisture from fruits, meats, vegetables, and other foods to create jerky, chips, fruit leathers, and powders that can be stored for a long period of time. If you’re looking to extend the shelf life of your food …

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10 Crucial Urban Preps for City Dwellers

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While a majority of the most basic material preps will cover you no matter what kind of disaster you are facing and where, certain situations and locales will require additional or completely different approaches. There are few places where this will become more readily apparent than the concrete jungles of …

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Should You Carry Extra Ammo for Your EDC Handgun?

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Carry of additional ammunition with a daily carry handgun is a common practice, so common it seems to border on doctrine. Additional ammo is never a bad thing, but I fear that some folks may not be giving this subject the thought it deserves. The question is often framed “how …

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Top 10 Weapons You Can Improvise

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Most of us will spend a lot of time dissecting the minutiae of what weapons we should carry for self-defense and SHTF prep. We’ll research for hours and hours what calibers are best and what gun are most reliable. We’ll pour over knife grinds, designs and blade steels. We will …

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How to Keep an RV Warm in Winter, Cool in Summer

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More and more people are hitting the open road in an RV, whether part-time for a short ski trip or Disney vacation or as a full time lifestyle change with the bonus of traveling wherever the mood strikes. Some are even considering bugging out in one. The increase in extended …

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The Best of the Best Spyderco Knives

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Spyderco is not the oldest, but they are definitely on the most respected of the major American knife makers. From the humblest of beginnings with their founder and chief salesman motoring to conventions and trades shows to the multi-million dollar high-tech manufacturer we love today, Spyderco has been on the …

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7 Long-Term Milk Options For Preppers

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Long-term and sustainable milk options are far more than many preppers realize. Keeping livestock or spending a lot of money (and using a ton of space) to stockpile commercially manufactured powdered milk are only two of many ways to ensure there will be milk to drink, cook, and bake with …

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First 12 Things You Should Get as a Newbie Prepper

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Starting out as a novice prepper or making the lifestyle change to one of self-reliance can be stressful, even overwhelming. Seasoned preppers can all too easily forget that for all the info out here on the internet it takes a certain amount of experience to sift the good and relevant …

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Can You Eat Pine Cones or Not?

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If you’ve been lost in the woods for hours or even overnight, you know how quickly hunger can set in. According to all the experts, the average human can survive up to 3 weeks or longer without food. I guarantee most of us will be trying to convince our stomachs …

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