Physical preparation is the oft-neglected aspect of being prepared for what is to come. Will your SHTF fitness be sufficent for a real-life disaster?
In this semi-tastefully written article, we will discuss how to handle pee, poop, and trash in disasters or bug-out scenarios. Safe sanitation is critical.
Lighting a fire in the rain can be difficult, but it’s achievable if you don’t get discouraged. These fire-starting tips for wet weather can help.
Drones can be valuable tools for information-gathering in a disaster, allowing you to build a defensive perimeter based on real-time reconnaissance.
Planning to go it solo in the long term is planning to fail. A far better plan is to look at forming or joining a…
If you’ve ever handled an emergency ration bar, you know that they feel as dense as bricks but they’re chock full of calories, carbohydrates, protein,…
Rain is inevitable, so make sure to get yourself a good rain jacket that’ll keep you dry
You’ve got your bases mostly covered. Food, water, a fully packed super ninja backpack. But what about a first-aid kit?
Eight machetes of various sizes, shapes, and budgets that will help supplement your off-grid needs — and help you channel your inner Rick Grimes.
We step into a gloomy scenario where our beloved U.S. dollar is worthless and the American way of life has degenerated into a hand-to-mouth fight…
Having a flashlight with a striking bezel could give you an advantage.
An excellent fallback when automobile travel becomes unworkable.
All you need to know about making a little “elbow room” when SHTF.
There are over 250 million cars and trucks in the United States alone, and each one is packed with useful survival items that are easily…
When Mother Nature's in a foul mood, conditions can get downright deadly.