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Are you interested to know how to make a survival kit? Here I discuss some important guidelines to follow as you build your own.
This is a general emergency preparedness list of items, categories, and ideas intended to be thought-provoking for your own potential survival list.
Specific examples of the stainless steel canteen for outdoor survival featuring single walled design – to enable boiling water to purify.
The weight of your backpack can add up quickly! The heavier it is, the less fun it is. Here are some tips to help decide what to carry or not carry.
Hopefully you already have your own survival kits and they’re equipped with the essential gear and supplies. But what about winter? Anything unique?
Survival Kit intended purposes may be different for one person versus another. There’s no one size fits all, so it’s best to tailor your own. Read more…
Heat reduces the shelf life of food. It can be significant if it’s real hot, for a long time. Here’s how it works. And your reminder to rotate.
A list of ideas to signal for help if lost or stranded in the woods.
The P 38 (or the P 51), the military can opener. “The best Army invention ever.” It’s a great add-on to one’s emergency survival kit! Especially for a smaller, lighter, compact kit. You can also attach them to a keychain using the small punched hole. First, here’s a picture of them. The P 38 or…