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How to Pack your bug out bag – Top Tips You Don’t Want to Miss

Congratulations! You have picked a suitable bug out bag. What’s next?  After spending months researching for the best bug out bag, there is another hurdle you have to face – which is how you can best pack your bug out bag.   Most people make the mistake of leaving the bag too messy. In fact, […]

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Pet Safety and Hygiene During Survival Scenarios

A common mistake many preppers make when preparing for a crisis is to overlook their pet’s needs. This can cause some very challenging problems when disaster strikes. In this article, we’ll look at several pointers you should be aware of. We’ll use dogs as an example here, but several of the pointers will apply whether […]

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3 Best Survival Food Companies

When an emergency happens, one important aspect which most people miss out is long-term food storage. Having a proper long-term food storage system should not only be practiced by survival enthusiasts. Instead, everyone should take the initiative to invest in getting emergency survival kits or MREs (Meals Ready to Eat). Even the Federal Emergency Management […]

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5 Reasons To Invest In Long-term Food Storage

After disaster struck your area, the roads may be blocked for safety reasons and your local convenient stores may be closed for several weeks. Without a minimum of 3-day supply for each family member, you may be in deep trouble. There are people that have not realized that they made a huge mistake, storing canned […]

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Camp Fire Or Backpack Stove, Which Is Better?

Introduction Backpacking stoves have come a long way. The advent on technology has made it possible for us to carry lightweight stoves that can generate huge amount of heat. These ‘survival stoves’ are now much smaller, making it much easier for you to carry them around.  This makes it necessary for you to consider getting […]

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Outdoor Shelters: How to Choose the Right Location

Staying indoors is much more pleasant than trying to survive outside. However, in some situations, you might need to leave your home and bug out elsewhere to survive. Usually, you have two choices. You can either go to another urban area that’s unaffected or you can go to a wilderness environment. It all depends on […]

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Protect Your Shelter: How to Prevent Strong Winds From Damaging Your Home

Hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones can be terrifying. If you’re wondering what the difference is between the three, there really isn’t any difference. They’re just called different names depending on where these storms originate. Those that form in the Northwest Pacific are called typhoons while those that form in the in the Atlantic and Northeast Pacific […]