Category Archive: Prepping Skills

Apache Foot Trap (A Survival Trap)

The trap starts at 9:25. Attention: This should never be used for anything other than during a survival situation. Always trap responsibly. Clearly mark traps so humans will know they are there and to beware. You are responsible for your own actions…not me. Use common sense and do not harm your fellow humans or unintentional animals.

Make a $4 Emergency Biomass Stove From Concrete Blocks

     In the aftermath of a disaster, purifying drinking water will be a priority. The quickest, safest method could be boiling. This biomass stove only requires four concrete blocks, a tin can with both ends cut out and a gas stove eyelet top. The completed stove is sturdy enough to hold a several-gallon container of …

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DIY Truck Tent

An easy truck tent for the back of a Ford ranger, using pvc and a tarp…  

Survival Lessons You Can Learn From the Boy Scouts

The Boy Scouts learn very important survival techniques when they are young, and they help to establish a foundation for self-reliance that can last a lifetime. Scouts also experience character-building exercises that help to develop leadership qualities. We can also benefit from applying some of the lessons they learn in our own lives especially when …

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How To Make Easy Homemade Wine

How To Make Easy Homemade Wine Part 1 How To Make Easy Homemade Wine Part 2 If you’ve ever wanted to make wine but thought it was too complicated, then you need to watch this! I’m going to show you how I made a batch of easy homemade wine… And… When I say easy… I mean …

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3 Interesting Uses for Fire Extinguishers

Fire extinguishers should be a mainstay in every home, vehicle or cabin in the woods for obvious reasons.  However, fire extinguishers can also serve other purposes that may end up saving your live.  Here are a few examples of ways that you can use them to your advantage during an emergency. Survival Smoke Screen If …

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How to Make Tallow Candles

Beef tallow has been used for centuries as a cooking grease as well as fuel for lanterns. Making tallow candles will give you a nice and long-burning source of light that works well in outdoor situations. While anyone can use beeswax, candle wax or even shortening to make a candle, knowing how to convert the fat of …

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The Amazing Benefits of Ducks and Chickens in the Garden

Keeping ducks or chickens around the garden is one of the most productive and healthy ways to boost crop production. They are easy to care for and manage, and they provide a lot of benefits that are ideal in a world of self-reliance and sustainability. In a post SHTF scenario, having chickens for food as …

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Storing Insulin and Perishable Drugs in SHTF

We discuss today an option for protecting and prolonging the shelf life of your insulin and refrigeratable drugs in a grid-down scenario.  

How To Make A Pocket Survival Chainsaw

  Making a pocket chainsaw is not hard. You don’t need any fancy expensive tools. Buying chainsaw chain in bulk will allow you to get your chains for around half the price of buying pre made hoops from the saw shop.  

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