The modern, industrialized world revolves around a myriad of electrical and electronic gadgets. Little is done anymore which doesn’t require electrical power. We’ve harnessed this power for tasks to make our lives easier, as well as more interesting. The electric motor is at the core of many of these devices.
Ask any survival instructor for their favorite fire-starting method, and you may get an answer that’s pretty far out there. By “far out there,” I mean that it’s going to be something that most people won’t know about. Somehow, survival instructors tend to collect fire-starting techniques and like showing their
One of my favorite phrases that I tell new preppers is that “your preps are your lifeline.” We must put measures in place before a disaster is upon us in order to have these lifelines available to us when we need it the most. Building an emergency pantry is one
One of the most popular topics within the survival and prepping community is firearms, and it seems there are as many opinions as there are people. Although there is a great deal of disagreement on which guns and what type of ammo you should stockpile, there are a few calibers
If you love firearms and everything about them, it can be hard to not justify a new gun purchase. However, there are quite a few that are of limited use, unsound design or just pure novelties or range toys. That is not to say that there is no use at
Thousands of people find themselves in survival situations each year, and many of them tragically perish simply because they believed a myth to be true. Below are five such survival myths, and how to avoid them: Myth No. 1 – Your Shelter Has to Keep You Completely Covered Most people
Being part of the preparedness community doesn’t guarantee your survival, and it doesn’t mean that you are incapable of making a fatal decision. It doesn’t even mean that you’re automatically going to know what to do and have the things you need to do it with. All it means is