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You can add gear endlessly and if it bloats your PSK to the point where it doesn’t always find its way into your pocket,

If you want to wait for a tow truck and pay the garage to do your work, that’s fine; but what are you going

A pocket survival kit should pack a minimum of survival gear into a package small enough to carry comfortably on your person when you

I’ve kept all of this in my cars for decades and never had a problem being able to haul the groceries home from the

Sunglasses are part of my everyday carry kit, both when I’m cruising around in my car, or when I’m with my bike, and especially

Keep in mind that you might lose all this at some point and you should keep your bug out bag packed and carry it

We all have that one person who we always struggle to find the perfect Christmas gift for. If that person is a prepper, that

I’m sharing the knowledge of over 40 years of being a survivalist so you can protect yourself and your family, when the inevitable disaster

What if I was to tell you that you don’t have to spend a fortune and you don’t have to buy every single piece

There are resources that can prove invaluable for survival – things that you can recycle, collect, or repurpose into useful tools and bargaining chips.

A backpack full of carefully selected gear can be a huge asset in a survival ordeal. There has been a huge emphasis on bugout

There are four options for what we should do when we get to our survival retreat, assuming that none of us are willing to

Making a decision to stay, or “bug in”, versus leaving or “bugging out” to a perceived safer area is not always an easy one

Always keep in mind that you're prepping for what can happen; not just for what you think is likely to happen.

Regardless of the disaster type, you will always find yourself looking for simple solutions. During these times, you may be inclined to look around