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Bug Out with a Bike

10 July

By Tom Nardone In times of emergencies, it is essential to have a plan. Even the most prepared survivalists may reach the point when supplies are low, or when their bunker is infiltrated. At this point, it’s time to grab your bug out bag and go. But how will you escape the blight of your […]

Krav Maga Self Defense Training for Women

09 June

By Amy Aumick Krav Maga is a self-defense system developed for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in the 1930s and 1940s by martial artist Imi Lichtenfeld. He was a boxer and wrestler who, after immigrating to Israel, began to provide lessons on combat training to soldiers there. Eventually, these soldiers formed the IDF and Lichtenfeld’s […]

EDC Explained

26 May

By Anthony Yeary When you leave your home, what do you have in your pockets? In your purse? Do you have a bunch of random stuff or garbage? Or do you have useful things that can get you through everything from inconveniences to real emergencies? An Everyday Carry Philosophy (E.D.C.) is the thought and value […]

Cooking with a campfire

17 May

Cooking with a campfire If you ever find yourself outdoors for a prolonged period of time, it would be important to know how to properly start a campfire and prepare safe and nutritious meals over one. This article from ereplacementparts.com provides an illustrated guide to safely start a campfire, as well as some tasty recipes […]

Prepping With Pets

12 May
Prepping with Pets

By Megan Linski In today’s world, it’s not uncommon for the average individual to prepare for disaster. Prepping a shelter, stockpiling food and water, creating a kit of emergency supplies and developing an evacuation plan are a few things you can do in case something goes wrong. Yet if a worse-case scenario happens, do you […]