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I’ve always lived above my means, mostly by doing things myself. You can save a lot of money by repairing your own car, making

It’s common knowledge that you can’t drink saltwater to survive. The concentration of salt in seawater is higher than in our bodies, meaning that

I got interested in bows as a survival tool/weapon years ago when I was looking for something I could use as a realistic alternative

Early last week, Biden’s Covid Response Coordinator, Dr. Ashish Jha, announced during a briefing in the West Wing that, assuming the Food and Drug

Coming July 28-30th, the Ready Summit will feature training from experts in first aid, food storage, water treatment and storage, emergency planning and kits,

After a few years of wandering around some of this planet’s most indigenous places, two things about cutting tools have rung true to me:

The TOPS Knives C.U.T. 4.0 comes from Joshua Swanagon, who is no stranger to TOPS. He designed the Backwoods Skinner for TOPS years ago,

In today's video, Tyler discusses some of the information included in the text that covers the assessment and treatment of burns. 

Safety should be your number one concern, and you need to become more informed before getting a generator to cover all your needs.

Wood burning remains a safe bet for heating your home even nowadays, with many other fuel options available.

The key to finding survival uses of ordinary things is to think outside the box, seeing what an item can do rather than what

Any situation we find ourselves in presents two options, rescuing ourselves or being rescued by others. This includes cases where our "rescue" is to

Some adversaries in the great outdoors are bees and dealing with them should not be a dangerous activity as long as you know and

Seed paper is often seen as a novelty item that can enable just about anyone to start a survival garden with ease.

The management and treatment of cold-related injuries should be conducted only by people that know what they are doing.