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The Lost Ways – A Truly Amazing Prepper Book

The Lost Ways
Learn how to build a self-feeding campfire. How to use herbs to heal a wound. How to forage for food, navigate by nature, and make your own knives. How to cook a survival staple that will keep for years. How to build a shelter and cook over open flame. Preserve food and water. Make homemade soap and [...]

2016 Stocking Stuffers For Preppers

2016 Stocking Stuffers
As the gift-giving part of the Christmas holiday gets closer, it is time to freak out a little. Have you bought your favorite prepper enough? If not, check out these five great products and add to their 2016 stocking stuffers!First the Sawyer Mini Water Filtration System This little bad boy can [...]

Building Your Suburban Outdoor Archery Range

Backyard Archery Range
Several years ago, when we first bought our house, we did a Google search for "Houston archery range." The local archery range list was long but included nothing close to our home--yet another downside to living in a big city. The nearest was a Gander Mountain archery range about 12 miles away. It w [...]

Consider Adding a Pellet Rifle to Your Arsenal

Pellet Rifle
When I was a child, my uncle bought me a Crossman 760 BB and pellet rifle. After my father and I added a little 3x scope to it, there wasn't an aluminum can (or sparrow) anywhere near me that was safe. I spent as much time as possible hunting in the woods close to my home. Honestly, I wasn't any goo [...]

Q&A with F-1 Firearms

F-1 Firearms
Let me give you a little bit of background information before we get to the F-1 Firearms Q&A.I really want a nice AR-15. So I started shopping. But with three kids and higher priorities in life, my philosophy on firearm purchases has always been "quality over quantity." My wife and I agree o [...]

Cooking Great Food From Scratch

Cooking
With the holidays just around the corner, we are entering baking season.  Most of us have memories of mothers and grandmothers baking cookies and pies and other wonderful treats on chilly fall and winter days; or big family dinners with steaming bowls and platters crowded on the table.  Despite th [...]

Survival Shovel – Product Review

Survival Shovel
Recently I made an alliance with Survival Hax. They sent me a survival shovel to review. Honestly this is the first time anyone has sent me a product to review. Of course I asked very nicely in both the AR-15 and Archery link list for manufacturers to send me products to review. But none of them hav [...]

Snaring is More Productive Than Hunting

I've always thought that snaring is something that you do after you run out of bullets and can't hunt anymore. But recently I read the Grid Down Reality Bites series of books by Bruce "Buckshot" Hemming and Sara Freeman and I realized I was wrong.I enjoy hunting. These days it's mainly a product [...]

Something’s Brewin’ – How to make Hard Cider

Hard Cider
Fall means many things in Vermont; from the amazingly beautiful foliage, to Harvest and Hunter moons lighting up the night, to farm stands stacked with pumpkins and winter squash, to crisp evenings around the fire pit. One of my favorite parts of Fall in Vermont is Apple Season, because along with A [...]

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