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5 Essential Survival Knife Features

Posted by Larry Catt on February 02, 2019   •   survival gear, survival knife

5 Essential Survival Knife Features

A quality survival knife must to be able to perform dozens of functions. Whether you are batoning wood or preparing a meal, your survival knife must be able to live up to the demands you place on it. Because your survival knife is one of the most important items to...

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How to find food in the winter.

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on January 02, 2019   •   Deadfall Trap, Foraging, Survival Food

How to find food in the winter.
One of the most difficult aspects of surviving in the wild during winter is sourcing food, but it can be done. In this post, we will cover how to source food as a survivalist in the winter; from foraging to making a deadfall trap.

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Why You Need A Survival Tarp in Your Pack

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on December 09, 2018  

Why You Need A Survival Tarp in Your Pack
The top three needs of any survival situation will always be water, shelter, and fire. Every survival pack you build should meet these needs. One of the most overlooked pieces of gear is the survival tarp. If you don't have a tarp in your pack, this is why you need one...

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Ways to Carry a Ferro Rod

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on August 29, 2018   •   Ferro Rod

Ways to Carry a Ferro Rod
The Ferro rod is far and away the most effective, efficient and sustainable fire-starting tool on the market today. While it may seem more convenient to have matches or a lighter, the Ferro rod is the way to go, and we'll tell you why in this post.

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Finding Flint in the Wild

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on August 26, 2018   •   flint and steel

Finding Flint in the Wild
While rocks surround us and make up our landscape, it's rare we give them the time or effort they deserve. It might just be that one day a rock could save your life in an extreme survival situation. Learn how to identify flint and use rocks for survival in this post.

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Why A Deadfall Trap is Better than Ammo

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on August 20, 2018  

Why A Deadfall Trap is Better than Ammo
The .22 rifle is probably the most popular goto food getter in the survival world. The gun is small and accurate, the ammo is cheap, and it is used in modern hunting today. But what about deadfall trapping? Learn about what makes it better than ammo in this post!

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The Primitive Blunt Tip Arrow

Posted by Jamie Burleigh on August 08, 2018  

The Primitive Blunt Tip Arrow
I will explain how to make a simple primitive blunt arrow out of easy to find materials and a survival knife!

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Tips on How to Make A Simple Self-Bow

Posted by Jamie Burleigh on July 20, 2018  

Tips on How to Make A Simple Self-Bow
There is an absolute ton of good information that can be had by way of the Internet, books, and magazines if one really wants to make a “bow and arrow” of their own. To be perfectly honest with you I had little patience when I got the urge to cut down the nearest branch and string it up to make my first “self-made bow”. So, I took a little trip to the field behind the house and began my search for the closest donor tree or branch!

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How to Carry your Survival Knife Everyday

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on July 13, 2018   •   survival gear, survival knife

How to Carry your Survival Knife Everyday
survival knife has more uses in your everyday life than you might think. They are great for emergency situations as well as simple tasks. In this post we will cover the most popular and safest ways to make your survival knife a part of your every day carry.

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Finding the Right Survival Gear for You

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on July 10, 2018   •   Ferro Rod, survival gear, water container

Finding the Right Survival Gear for You
Survival gear is very specific to the individual carrying it. No two personally packed survival bags will include the same contents. Whether you are putting together your first set of survival gear or reassessing your skills to re-pack, here are three things to think about while gathering your gear.

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Ferrocerium Rod: the Best Survival Alloy

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on July 04, 2018  

Ferrocerium Rod: the Best Survival Alloy
The ferrocerium rod is one of the most reliable fire-starting tools on the market, next to waterproof matches and lighters. Ferrocerium rods are extremely popular among many survivalists for many reasons, and here's why.

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To Boil or Not to Boil?

Posted by Dave Canterbury on July 02, 2018   •   boiling water, self reliance, survival, survival training, tips, water filtering, water purification

To Boil or Not to Boil?

To Boil or Not to Boil? Waterborne disease is a risk for travelers who visit countries that have poor hygiene and inadequate sanitation, and for those in the wilderness relying on surface water in any country, including the United States.

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The Five C’s of Survivability!

Posted by Dave Canterbury on June 26, 2018   •   5C's of Survivability, self reliance, survival, survival knife

The Five C’s of Survivability!
People carry a variety of different items in their packs depending on the situation, environment, and planned activities. This is called adapting to the situation, which is what self-reliance and survival are all about. This thought process leads us to the 5 C’s of Survivability!

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Survival or Self Reliance?

Posted by Dave Canterbury on June 21, 2018   •   primitive fire, primitive navigation, primitive shelter, Primitive trapping, self reliance, survival, survival training, wild edibles

Survival or Self Reliance?
Within the realm of definition, the following definition I believe describes both “Survival” and “Self-Reliance”. 

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Pioneering Tools

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on June 18, 2018   •   flint and steel

Pioneering Tools
This post is all about the pioneers and how they were able to survive the long journey west on a few tools; like guns, flint and steel, and knives.

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