3 Ways to Preserve Food WITHOUT Canning

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Occasionally, I rant about how much I despise canning foods… it’s always been a pain, in my opinion, and quite messy. That said, I know it can be a great way to put a lot of food if you’re willing to do so, and I’m just not THAT willing, lol. Fortunately, there are plenty of … Continue reading “3 Ways to Preserve Food WITHOUT Canning”

The Grid-Down MultiMachine 10-in-1 All-Purpose Machine Tool

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Have you ever heard of the MultiMachine before? I hadn’t until I read this article earlier this morning. Apparently, it’s a DIY open source project intended for developing countries “…that can be built by a semi-skilled mechanic with just common hand tools… electricity can be replaced with ‘elbow grease’ and the necessary material can come … Continue reading “The Grid-Down MultiMachine 10-in-1 All-Purpose Machine Tool”

47 Easy DIY Survival Projects $0.99 Countdown Deal About to Expire

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If you haven’t yet had a chance to grab my latest book, , then now is the time to do so because I’m currently running a $0.99 Kindle countdown deal, but it’s about to expire within the next 40 hours as of this writing… which means you need to act NOW if you want to … Continue reading “47 Easy DIY Survival Projects $0.99 Countdown Deal About to Expire”

30+ Piece Vehicle First Aid Kit

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I’m a big fan of including a relatively large first aid kit in your car for preparedness reasons and, though my kit is a bit different than what’s shown in the video, what they include is a good place to start. Personally, I like to include some serious trauma dressings as well, such as the … Continue reading “30+ Piece Vehicle First Aid Kit”

Top 8 Portable Stoves for Survival

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The following is quite an in-depth article detailing the eight best portable stoves on the market in 2018 and includes specifics on the different types of stoves available, why you should have one or two (or maybe all eight, lol), as well as key features you should look for in a portable stove. The list … Continue reading “Top 8 Portable Stoves for Survival”

What you May NOT know About Preserving Eggs

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I did this experiment myself years ago now and, surprisingly, it worked out rather well, even after four months of only being preserved with mineral oil. In the video she says the coated eggs can last up to nine months, I’ve seen others say a year, and my experiment lasted 18 weeks because that’s how … Continue reading “What you May NOT know About Preserving Eggs”

25 Uses for The WaterBrick, Besides Storing Water

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The WaterBrick is a very good way to store water for emergency preparedness, especially for those with limited storage space. And, while I don’t use them personally (I prefer to use 55-gallon drums and other transportable containers) small water storage solutions like the WaterBrick do have their place. The only major problem is that they’re … Continue reading “25 Uses for The WaterBrick, Besides Storing Water”

Rechargeable Batteries Dirty Little Secret

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Skip to about the 3:10 mark to get to the heart of the video about rechargeable batteries. In the video he talks about simplifying the devices he has in order to get rid of odd batteries sizes (always a good idea), why you should have (which are great to have), battery storage ideas, why the … Continue reading “Rechargeable Batteries Dirty Little Secret”

100% Solar Off Grid House Expert

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It’s interesting to hear about how this guy put together a 100% solar setup that runs everything electric in his house–I assume it’s a rather small house–including all appliances such as an electric stove, water heater and even split air conditioning. Apparently, he did it all for around $14K which, according to him, works out … Continue reading “100% Solar Off Grid House Expert”

The Ultimate Gas Mask Guide for Preppers

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My new friend, Rusty, at TruePrepper.com (go check them out, they’re doing good things over there) recently posted a very good article on gas masks titled, The Ultimate Gas Mask Guide for Preppers, which really opened my eyes to the importance of having gas masks on hand for my family again. Take the time to understand … Continue reading “The Ultimate Gas Mask Guide for Preppers”

How to Make a Faraday Cage in 4 Easy Steps

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“If you’ve been in the prepper world for long, you’ve probably read some horrifying books about what can happen after a disaster called an EMP. And if you’ve done that, you know you need to protect vulnerable electronics. Today, we’ll talk about how to make a Faraday cage to do just that. Don’t worry – … Continue reading “How to Make a Faraday Cage in 4 Easy Steps”

53 Essential Bug Out Bag Supplies: $0.99 Kindle Countdown Deal

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I’ll keep this short and sweet, I’m running a $0.99 Kindle countdown deal on one of my more popular books, , and there’s less than 36 hours to until the price rises again. So, if you’ve yet to take advantage and to grab the book, now’s the time to do so because the price goes … Continue reading “53 Essential Bug Out Bag Supplies: $0.99 Kindle Countdown Deal”

49 Expert Tips, Tricks, and Advice for New, Teen Drivers Book

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I just realized that I forgot to mention that my latest book, , is currently available and FREE for the next two or three days on Amazon Kindle (through Thursday, I believe). I know it’s not quite a “survival” book that most people expect, but I’d say it’s one of the most important books anyone … Continue reading “49 Expert Tips, Tricks, and Advice for New, Teen Drivers Book”

You Know What’s Worse Than Smoke Alarms Going Off For No Reason In The Middle Of The Night?

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Last night at about 1:45 am, which is technically today, our interconnected house smoke alarms went off for no reason. You know, the smoke alarms where if one goes off, they all go off. Yeah, those. I make this distinction because we also have a handful of independent, battery-powered smoke alarms throughout the house and … Continue reading “You Know What’s Worse Than Smoke Alarms Going Off For No Reason In The Middle Of The Night?”

3000 Watt Parabolic Mirror Solar Array

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I’m not quite sure how the video creator came up with this being “3000 watts,” but if you watch the later half of the video you’ll see some of it in action. Of course, as with any large DIY solar mirror project, it can be dangerous to use! Please be cautious if you intend on … Continue reading “3000 Watt Parabolic Mirror Solar Array”

28 Powerful Home Security Solutions Book Now FREE on Amazon

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Did you know that roughly 10,000 home burglaries are committed each day here in America? That’s well over 3,000,000 per year! Fortunately, I can help you to avoid becoming a victim with my sixth book, 28 Powerful Home Security Solutions, which is now available into Thursday for in Kindle format. In return for offering the … Continue reading “28 Powerful Home Security Solutions Book Now FREE on Amazon”

Boxes and Bungee Cords as Earthquake Proofing?

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Lately, I’ve been thinking about earthquakes again, mostly because I’ve run into various YouTube videos and whatnot talking about the “Big One” to hit the west coast, but not the one you’re thinking of to hit California… the Cascadia Event to hit the Pacific Northwest where I live. To be honest, if that one ever … Continue reading “Boxes and Bungee Cords as Earthquake Proofing?”

How to Prevent the Fastest Growing Crime in America

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Did you know that, according to the FBI, “Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the U.S., claiming more than 10 million victims a year.” And guess what? That statement was from 2004! According to the U.S. Department of Justice more than 17 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2014. … Continue reading “How to Prevent the Fastest Growing Crime in America”

DIY Chimney Sweep – Gardus Sooteater Rotary Chimney Cleaning System Review

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Recently, I’ve been wanting to clean my own fireplace flue rather than having to pay somebody to do it. And, yes, I know there’s something to be said for having a qualified chimney sweep inspect it once a year, which I still plan to do, but for peace of mind until then I figured it … Continue reading “DIY Chimney Sweep – Gardus Sooteater Rotary Chimney Cleaning System Review”

53 Essential Bug Out Bag Supplies Book FREE on Amazon

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Would you believe I’m now releasing my third survival book on Amazon? And I’m happy to say this one is a good one, covering a topic many preppers struggle over. But, don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with my latest Kindle book, 53 Essential Bug Out Bag Supplies, and it’s currently FREE on Amazon Kindle … Continue reading “53 Essential Bug Out Bag Supplies Book FREE on Amazon”

27 Crucial Smartphone Apps for Survival Amazon Kindle Book FREE

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About a month ago I’d mentioned that I was beginning to write Amazon Kindle books and that I was looking for review team members (you’re still welcome to join if you like). Not only have I had some wonderful responses from folks, I’ve now written my second Kindle book, 27 Crucial Smartphone Apps for Survival, and … Continue reading “27 Crucial Smartphone Apps for Survival Amazon Kindle Book FREE”

10 Best Rifles for Elk Hunting in 2017

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Any serious gun fanatic might tell you that all rifles are awesome, but not all rifles are awesome for every type of shooting and hunting. When it comes to elk hunting, you want a rifle that is durable but light enough to carry up the mountain with ease. But you also want it to be … Continue reading “10 Best Rifles for Elk Hunting in 2017”

A Holster Manufacturer’s Guide for Your First Holster

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Unless you plan on every handgun you buy being a safe queen, you’ll want to find a quality holster that allows you to use it in comfort and safety. Handgun holsters come in a wide array of styles and can be made from several different materials. With so many options available, it can be hard … Continue reading “A Holster Manufacturer’s Guide for Your First Holster”

You Would Probably Be Dead If You Tried To Put Out This Fire

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Last week we had some heavy winds roll through the Pacific Northwest where I live and, as a result, we had a tree branch break free and contact a power line. You can probably see the branch on fire but not the power line it’s touching: Well, we called the fire department and they came … Continue reading “You Would Probably Be Dead If You Tried To Put Out This Fire”

Roadside Emergency Kit Review by Survival Hax

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I was recently sent this for review. It’s all nicely contained within this handy bag: Most items are further protected inside plastic bags which is nice and all items are easily returned to the bag after removal. Now, the first thing I went looking for, believe it or not, was an owner’s manual (yes, I’m … Continue reading “Roadside Emergency Kit Review by Survival Hax”

FREE: The Complete Pet Safety Action Plan Book, 5 Days Only

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If you’ll recall, about two weeks ago I mentioned that I was looking for Kindle book review team members because I’m now writing Amazon Kindle books. That process has been going great and I must say “thank you” again to those who have taken the time to help out. As a result, my first book, … Continue reading “FREE: The Complete Pet Safety Action Plan Book, 5 Days Only”

Prepping Your Wardrobe for Survival

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Let’s play a game! When I say “prepping,” what is the first thing that comes to your mind? What about “survival?” My guess is that most of you immediately thought of food, water, or other survival gear. And those are great answers.  We can’t live long without food and water. But if you had an … Continue reading “Prepping Your Wardrobe for Survival”

PSA: Massive Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall

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I just heard about this recall on the radio this morning and looked it up here. It seems that Kidde is recalling quite few of their plastic-handle model fire extinguishers (134 models, in fact) manufactured roughly between 1973 and 2015 because it can become clogged and not discharge. Yeah, that’s not good! FYI, if you … Continue reading “PSA: Massive Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall”

Do You Like Free Survival Kindle Books? Then I Have a Proposition for You…

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Yeah, I know it’s Halloween and this isn’t a trick, but it sure is a treat for a select few of you… You see, I’ve decided to start writing Kindle books. In fact, I’ve got several of them nearly finished, but since I’ve never done this before I’m looking to get more “eyeballs” on my … Continue reading “Do You Like Free Survival Kindle Books? Then I Have a Proposition for You…”

Do You Like Free Survival Kindle Books? Then I Have a Proposition for You…

Yeah, I know it’s Halloween and this isn’t a trick, but it sure is a treat for a select few of you… You see, I’ve decided to start writing Kindle books. In fact, I’ve got several of them nearly finished, but since I’ve never done this before I’m looking to get more “eyeballs” on my … Continue reading “Do You Like Free Survival Kindle Books? Then I Have a Proposition for You…”

Do You Like Free Survival Kindle Books? Then I Have a Proposition for You…

Yeah, I know it’s Halloween and this isn’t a trick, but it sure is a treat for a select few of you… You see, I’ve decided to start writing Kindle books. In fact, I’ve got several of them nearly finished, but since I’ve never done this before I’m looking to get more “eyeballs” on my … Continue reading “Do You Like Free Survival Kindle Books? Then I Have a Proposition for You…”

Going Off Grid This Winter? Don’t Miss These 8 Pro Tips How To Survive Your First Cold Weather Camping Trip

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Are you planning a trip into the tundra this winter? Do you love the allure cold-weather camping — a crackling fire, snuggling in a sleeping bag, roasting marshmallows? Do you worry about weather you’ll be equipped well for surviving a winter camping trip? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you certainly … Continue reading “Going Off Grid This Winter? Don’t Miss These 8 Pro Tips How To Survive Your First Cold Weather Camping Trip”

4 Reasons Why Biometric Gun Safes Are a Smart Choice

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Choosing the right gun safe is a crucial move for anyone who keeps firearms at home. This type of storage will give you a high level of security while keeping your guns safe and allowing you easy access to them. Many people make the mistake of only looking at the size and the strength of … Continue reading “4 Reasons Why Biometric Gun Safes Are a Smart Choice”

The Best Self-Defense Ammo For Pistols in 2017 (and Beyond)

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We spend a lot of time talking about the best pistol to use for self-defense, but a lot less thinking about what ammunition to use in it. This is a shame, because ultimately it is your ammunition that generates the power you need to stop attackers, and that is going to potentially save your life … Continue reading “The Best Self-Defense Ammo For Pistols in 2017 (and Beyond)”

BrickSeek.com – Save Big Money On Preps? (video)

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I’m just passing this tip along as I’ve never heard of BrickSeek.com until this video, but it appears that you can use this site to search for great deals on all sorts of items at places like Walmart, Target, Office Depot and Lowes, though, this tip relates purely to Walmart. I did as the video … Continue reading “BrickSeek.com – Save Big Money On Preps? (video)”

Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Kit: Chili Mac Review

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It’s been a while since I’ve had a Legacy Food Storage Kit meal and I’m beginning to get sad because I only have two left to review. Fortunately, I think I’ve saved the best for last since this time we’re looking at the Chili Mac meal which, to be honest, is one of my favorites: Here’s … Continue reading “Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Kit: Chili Mac Review”

Edible vs Poisonous Mushrooms – What Is The Difference?

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Overview Mushrooms are one of the most striking and intriguing vegetation in the world – highly regarded for their nutrient composition. All mushroom varieties are characterized by beautiful forms and shapes. Though some have medicinal properties, others are poisonous and lethal. Picking of mushrooms is steadily becoming a hobby for many people, often for food … Continue reading “Edible vs Poisonous Mushrooms – What Is The Difference?”

Prepper Bundle Flash Sale 90% Off, Less Than 3 Days Now

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Remember that awesome Prepper Bundle we talked about a few months back? Well, apparently there’s been a huge request for it to come back and fortunately for you… Jennifer and Bill have heard your requests. Now (actually since Friday) through this coming Monday (less than 3 days as of this email) the Prepper Bundle is … Continue reading “Prepper Bundle Flash Sale 90% Off, Less Than 3 Days Now”

15 Things You Don’t Actually Need To Survive Disasters

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Last week I’d heard about a story of three family members who died during Hurricane Irma because they ran a generator inside their home. Although I couldn’t find more details, I did find this article about the incident. Sadly, such a tragedy was entirely preventable by understanding what carbon monoxide (CO) is, how it can … Continue reading “15 Things You Don’t Actually Need To Survive Disasters”

5 Best Tactical Knife Edge Grinds For Survival

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Today I would like to talk about the most common tactical knife edge grind types that you are likely to see and encounter when buying a knife. The knife edge grinds types depicted above are the most common on the market today and you are likely to have seen some or most of them and … Continue reading “5 Best Tactical Knife Edge Grinds For Survival”

8 Reasons to Try Hunting This Year

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When it comes to shooting guns, more and more people are opting to spend time at a shooting range rather than going out hunting. Little do they know that hunting not only gives you the same adrenaline rush that you would get at a gun range, but you will also get additional benefits that will … Continue reading “8 Reasons to Try Hunting This Year”

Seriously, Why Are We Still Having Runs On Water Prior To Hurricanes?

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Recently, due to the onslaught of Hurricane Irma I read an article titled Is Hurricane Irma causing too much panic over water, and other preparedness supplies? Of course, it’s not just water that people rush out to buy at the last minute, people buy batteries, gasoline, and apparently pop tarts to name a few items … Continue reading “Seriously, Why Are We Still Having Runs On Water Prior To Hurricanes?”

Is Yesterday’s Earth-Directed CME A Concern For You?

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Just curious what more level-headed folks have to say about the recent X-class solar flare that erupted early Wednesday morning. Normally, I pay very little attention to space weather because I honestly don’t feel like it’s a very likely threat but for some reason I started to pay attention yesterday and, well, I also began … Continue reading “Is Yesterday’s Earth-Directed CME A Concern For You?”

How to Survive After Trauma – 11 Things I Wish I Knew Sooner

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[Editor’s note: I figured this was an appropriate topic to discuss riht now considering the recent disaster caused by Hurricane Harvey. Remember that no matter how strong or prepared you feel you are, anyone could find themselves or a loved one struggling with the emotional aftereffects of a trauma, particularly a disaster.] Would I call … Continue reading “How to Survive After Trauma – 11 Things I Wish I Knew Sooner”

Live Near Water But Not Sure Where To Evacuate To? Try This…

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The recent flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey got me to thinking about flooding where I live because, after all, we live very near the water’s edge along the Puget Sound. And, while we’re likely high enough that any minor flooding wouldn’t be a problem… what if something BIG happened? Where would we go? Well, as … Continue reading “Live Near Water But Not Sure Where To Evacuate To? Try This…”

Mayor Right Not To Order Evacuation?

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Honestly, I haven’t been paying much attention of the Houston hurricane except to occasionally view a few photos of the aftermath and to keep up with how rescue and recovery efforts are going. I do hope these folks stay safe. Anyway, I recently read an article in The New York Times with a similar title as … Continue reading “Mayor Right Not To Order Evacuation?”

Beginner’s Guide To Concealed Carry: Choosing Your Holster

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Once you make the decision to carry a concealed weapon, you should make sure that how you choose to conceal your weapon is both safe and comfortable for you. This means looking at a variety of different types of concealed weapons holsters and making a decision on what type best suits your style and your … Continue reading “Beginner’s Guide To Concealed Carry: Choosing Your Holster”

EDC Kit: Back To Basics (Guest Post)

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When becoming involved in survival and prepping, there are many different ways to get started. For instance, some people start by learning about specific survival skills, while others start by buying supplies. Some people buy a few survival tools and learn how to use them, while others just spend time becoming more self-sufficient. There is no … Continue reading “EDC Kit: Back To Basics (Guest Post)”

Checked Your Fire Extinguishers Lately? I Haven’t And That Was A Mistake…

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Just the other day I’d decided to check on my smoke alarms and fire extinguishers and while I was at it have my youngest son try to put out a very small (and controlled) fire in our driveway just so he had an opportunity to hold and use a fire extinguisher which I don’t think … Continue reading “Checked Your Fire Extinguishers Lately? I Haven’t And That Was A Mistake…”

Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Kit: Cheese And Broccoli Soup Review

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It’s been a while since we’ve done a Legacy Food Storage Kit meal, so I figured I’m due for another review. This week we’ll look at the Cheese And Broccoli Soup mix: And the backside (the cooking directions are identical to all the others) and notice the two cups per serving and four total servings which … Continue reading “Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Kit: Cheese And Broccoli Soup Review”

Best Air Rifles And Pellet Guns For Survival (+ 5 Reasons Why)

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If you are seriously into your guns and take your prepping seriously, you may have overlooked the humble air rifle. If you are anything like me, it’s likely you haven’t shot one since you were a kid, and don’t really regard them as a serious weapon, especially in a survival situation. This is a shame, … Continue reading “Best Air Rifles And Pellet Guns For Survival (+ 5 Reasons Why)”

Inflatable, Reusable Sandbag?

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Ok, inflatable might be the wrong word to describe this sandbag as inflation implies air is involved, but it is certainly different than the traditional “fill your own” sandbags we’ve all come to despise, lol. Anyway, I just recently ran into this SoSaveBag.com which perked my interest as it’s apparently a sandbag that actually swells … Continue reading “Inflatable, Reusable Sandbag?”

17 Apps Every Survivalist Needs

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These days, most of us have smartphones, and this gives us the ability to download apps for just about any purpose. But have you considered what apps might be useful when SHTF? In a truly large-scale disaster, cell phone service might not be available, but many apps can store information and be accessed even without … Continue reading “17 Apps Every Survivalist Needs”

Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Classic Chili Mix Review

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Here’s another yummy meal from the Legacy Food Storage Kit we’ve been looking at in recent weeks, this time the Classic Chili Mix: I’m not sure why I keep showing you the front of the packages since they’re all the same besides the name… guess I’m just being thorough. And the backside as usual: Again, … Continue reading “Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Classic Chili Mix Review”

Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Stroganoff Review

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Last night my kids and I decided to make the Stroganoff which is part of the Legacy 72 Hour Kit I started reviewing a few weeks back. It’s non-GMO, vegetarian, and obviously low in fat. Here’s the front of the package: And the backside: Just like with the other meals thus far, it’s super simple … Continue reading “Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Stroganoff Review”

Survival Hax Tactical LED Pen with Glass Breaker and Fire Starter Review

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I was sent this Survival Hax Tactical LED Pen for review and I can say that I was pleasantly surprised at the quality. For starters, it came well protected in a foam case: And here’s the pen outside the package for a better view: I can say that when I first grabbed the pen it … Continue reading “Survival Hax Tactical LED Pen with Glass Breaker and Fire Starter Review”

3 SHTF Problems You May Not Have Thought Of

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Recently, while I was sitting at the orthodontist waiting for my kid’s braces to finally get removed, I began to think about “what if SHTF” and I we didn’t have an orthodontist (or dentist) readily available who know what to do with such things? After all, I don’t have a clue how all that orthodontics … Continue reading “3 SHTF Problems You May Not Have Thought Of”

Sawyer Mini Water Filter Hacks

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If you want a good quality, inexpensive backpacking water filter for about $20, it’s hard to beat the considering all that’s included. According to the Amazon description it: Removes 99.99999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera, and E.coli; removes 99.9999% of all protozoa, such as giardia and cryptosporidium Filter rated up to 100,000 gallons; … Continue reading “Sawyer Mini Water Filter Hacks”

Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Enchilada Beans And Rice Review

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This week we’re taking a look at another Legacy Foods 72-Hour Kit option which I introduced last week here, specifically the Enchilada Beans and Rice meal: And the backside of the package: I should point out that last week I said that I wasn’t sure if any of the meals in the 72-hour kit were … Continue reading “Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Enchilada Beans And Rice Review”

Last Day To Save Big, Prepper Bundle Sales Ends Tonight

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I wanted to remind you that today is the LAST day to save on The Prepper Bundle, a collection of 30 resources, bonuses, and more! Here’s what I originally wrote about it last week so you can see what all is included but, to refresh your memory, inside you’ll find: The Guide to Primitive Survival … Continue reading “Last Day To Save Big, Prepper Bundle Sales Ends Tonight”

Last Chance To Comment And Win

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A few days ago I mentioned the Prepper Bundle (which is an amazing collection of survival resources for a ridiculously low price) that I’m sure many folks would love to have. In that post I also pointed out that readers should leave a useful comment and that I would pick a winner tonight (Friday) but … Continue reading “Last Chance To Comment And Win”

Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Pasta Primavera Review

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I was recently sent this Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Emergency Food Kit in exchange for an honest review. I figured rather than reviewing the entire bucket contents at once that I would taste test a few of the meals and share my thoughts each time… probably once a week or so. With that in mind, … Continue reading “Legacy Food Storage 72 Hour Food Kit: Pasta Primavera Review”

2017 Prepper Bundle + Giveaway + Special Offer: 90% Off 30 Resources, 6 Days Only!

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A while back I was asked if I would be willing to contribute to the 2017 Prepper Bundle and I said “sure, sounds like fun.” But it wasn’t until recently that I realized just how massive this prepper bundle truly is… You see, I recently had a chance to find out just what’s included in this … Continue reading “2017 Prepper Bundle + Giveaway + Special Offer: 90% Off 30 Resources, 6 Days Only!”