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Everyday Carry Bag – EDC

No matter where you live or what you do, you should have an everyday carry bag. When you read about EDC’s (everyday carry’s) you usually think about the things you carry in your pockets or strapped on your person. Switching it up a bit and using a small bag you can carry far more gear and be prepared for nearly anything you will come across until you can get home. As with any article or video... read more

Kids Home Survival Course

I am always trying to think of ways that we can get our children involved in learning simple survival techniques that will last them throughout their life. We came up with our kids home survival course, also known as camping out in the back yard. Over the years we have learned that if you can make it fun then the kid will get on board and even want to participate. A backyard camping “trip” is... read more

Basic Survival Equipment

This is an old article that was originally posted on a now non-existent bulletin board, the precursor to the modern day forum. Michael Ironwolf is the original author. The basic survival equipment list and article is excellent but may have outdated model numbersĀ  and includes events that are not “recent” so research the equipment to see if there are new, updated materials or options. However,... read more

How to Bug Out

You can look just about anywhere online and find information about bug out bags, bugging out, urban survival, wilderness survival, and more but I have not seen one article or post that helps you understand how to bug out. I hope that this article will give you some ideas and help you to formulate your own plan. First things first. You must have a plan. You should know where you will be starting from,... read more

How to Sharpen a Knife

Having a sharp knife in your EDC (Every Day Carry) kit or your backpack is as important as having ammo for your gun(s), having a fire starting method or water. Knives are a critical piece of equipment whether you are bugging out, or survive in place. One of the better videos we have found to teach you how to sharpen a knife comes from InnerBark Outdoors, a site operated by cinematographer, Andy Tran.... read more

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