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Fire, Food and Shelter using your Survival Knife

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on June 01, 2018  

Fire, Food and Shelter using your Survival Knife
A quality survival knife is of utmost importance in a true survival situation. Follow the story of a lost hiker whose survival knife keeps him alive for the night...

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Survival Gear: 4 Must Be Skilled with Tools

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on May 24, 2018   •   survival gear, survival knife, survival training

Survival Gear: 4 Must Be Skilled with Tools
To be a proficient survivalist, you must have knowledge on the tools to survive in the wild. We have put together a list of the must-be-skilled-with survival gear.

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Fire Starting Methods That Will Not Fail You

Posted by Jamie Canterbury on May 18, 2018   •   flint and steel, survival training, tips

Fire Starting Methods That Will Not Fail You
This article will be about getting a dependable fire fast and easy. These fire-starting methods are all about reacting to a survival scenario. We’ll cover everything from flint and steel to a magnifying glass to give you confidence in your pack.

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Goodness and Benefits of Tea

Posted by Self Reliance Outfitters on November 16, 2015   •   Herbal Tea, wild edibles

Goodness and Benefits of Tea

DRINKING A HOT CUP OF TEA on a cold day is very warm and soothing, brewing a jar of sun tea on a hot summer’s day and refrigerating for enjoyment later is refreshing and thirst quenching, but knowing how to create a tea that can medicinally heal yourself and your...

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Survival Gear, Being Prepared, etc… Let’s talk the basics.

Posted by Larry Catt on October 14, 2015   •   mora knives, survival gear, survival training

Survival Gear, Being Prepared, etc… Let’s talk the basics.

It can all be very confusing. With the influx of so many outlets for knowledge and know-how, it’s hard to keep it all straight. However, keeping it straight isn’t necessarily the point. It’s making sense of the various options we have, and taking advantage of them to fit our personal...

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Why the “One Tool Option”?

Posted by Self Reliance Outfitters on June 18, 2015  

Why the “One Tool Option”?

The One Tool Option could mean many things to many different mind sets, and I would like to share my point of view on the much debated topic. The OTO is a bit of hypothetical worst case scenario option for the person to choose a single blade for the outdoors....

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More than survival training

Posted by Self Reliance Outfitters on June 15, 2015  

More than survival training

I consider myself as “always searching” Personally it took many years of solo woodland treks to be able to find some of my long awaited answers. With the help of a few rather great mentors that I had the pleasure of learning from, I soon came to the realization that...

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Sub Adapter Testing

Posted by Self Reliance Outfitters on May 08, 2015  

Sub Adapter Testing

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Primitive Fishing Traps

Posted by Self Reliance Outfitters on May 04, 2015  

Primitive Fishing Traps

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Pathfinder Youth Organization: The Great Escape

Posted by Arti Sh on March 23, 2015  

Pathfinder Youth Organization: The Great Escape

By Kevin Jackson In today’s society almost everything is about electronics to make life easier, in my mind easier is not always better. What happed to the feeling of accomplishment you get by earning or building something yourself? When I saw the opportunity to open a NPYO chapter I couldn’t...

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Survival Gear Series: Animal Traps

Posted by Arti Sh on July 30, 2014  

Survival Gear Series: Animal Traps

When assembling your survival gear, don’t forget to include — traps! While traps may seem archaic to some, they are a sufficient means to acquiring game. For centuries traps have been considered part of man’s survival gear. Native Americans were known to make traps for both fish and fur-bearing animals....

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5 Ways to Build Shelter with a Survival Knife

Posted by Arti Sh on July 30, 2014  

5 Ways to Build Shelter with a Survival Knife

While a survival knife is not a magical tool that enables its owner to possess superhuman abilities, never underestimate what a survival knife can help you accomplish in a survival situation. The combination of practical survival skills and a quality survival knife could be the foundation to staying alive. Whether in...

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Survival Gear For Cooking in a Survival Situation

Posted by Arti Sh on July 30, 2014  

Survival Gear For Cooking in a Survival Situation

The Cooking Essentials For A Survival Situation Having the proper survival gear is key to preserving your life and the life of your family. Whether you’re trekking forest trails, stranded on the highway, or stuck at home without electricity, food and water are a necessity wherever we are. While it...

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The Top 10 Tastiest Bugs To Dine On [ Part 1 ]

Posted by Arti Sh on June 20, 2014  

The Top 10 Tastiest Bugs To Dine On [ Part 1 ]

While the thought of sinking your teeth into a dry roasted caterpillar might sound slightly revolting, in a survival situation it could keep you alive. For some strange reason most of North America still harbors a deep prejudice towards bugs, especially when referring to them as something eatable. But, considering...

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The Top 10 Tastiest Bugs To Dine On [ Part 2 ]

Posted by Arti Sh on June 20, 2014  

The Top 10 Tastiest Bugs To Dine On [ Part 2 ]

(“The Top 10 Tastiest Bugs to Dine On” is a 2-part series. To begin at Part 1, click here. ) 6. Locusts – Mentioned in the bible and considered a ‘kosher’ snack, locusts have been eaten for millenniums. With robust bodies providing plenty to nibble on, the locusts make for...

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