Category Archive: Survival Gear

3rd Most Overlooked Home Prepping Gear

Published on Jan 5, 2014 This talks about an important fire safety item that I believe is commonly overlooked! That is a fire blanket or a welding blanket. A fiberglass based blanket like this is an excellent but often overlooked piece of prepping gear that may enable you to survive a little longer in a …

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How To Make A 45 Pound PVC Slingbow for $5

  Published on Feb 3, 2014 link to a new shooting video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruwGzq… This video shows you how to easly make a 45 pound slingbow for less than $5 Its very powerfull and can kill a zombie as seen in the video.  

Top 10 Forgotten Bug Out Bag Items

  Published on Mar 21, 2015 In this video I outline what I think the top 10 forgotten bug out bag items are. When most people put there bug out bags together summer jam series they get the basics. They pack rope, knives,a tent, some matches and maybe a gun. But most people forget the …

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Credit card size Fresnel lens fire starter test

  Uploaded on Feb 20, 2010 There are so many different methods for making fire in the field. I believe the more methods that we become familiar with, the more prepared we will be to provide ourselves with this essential survival need in the field. This method requires very little, only the lens itself and …

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Survival Items That Fit in Your Pocket

Thinking small is important when preparing for survival, and you want to make sure that you can maximize options while dealing with minimal space. Some of the best tools and utilities that you will ever need can be placed in your pocket or a small container. Here’s a list of some basic and essential items …

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How to make a simple solar cooker to understand the use of solar energy

    Published on Jun 1, 2014 A solar cooker is a device which is used to cook food directly under sun light without using Gas, LPG or electricity. It’s a clean process of outdoor cooking. There are two types of cooker, box type and parabolic type. The later one is more efficient. We make …

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DIY – Soda Cap Survival Container

    Published on Mar 14, 2015 You can make mini containers from tops off plastic bottles and they are durable and waterproof,my soda cap container I am using for storage items,survival container.      

Making A Stone Bladed Tomahawk

    Uploaded on May 22, 2011 I created a Native American style tomahawk from basic materials. I go through it step by step, just to show you the entire process. I thought it turned out pretty unique. I have not put the stone blades through a great deal of field testing.  

$3 All-In-One Cook Kit – DIY

    Published on May 31, 2012 How to make an “All-In-One” cook kit that includes a cook pot, stove, stand/windscreen, and even fuel! This cheap little combo is very easy to put together and is a safe alternative to DIY alcohol stoves. The kit features an 10cm Imusa mug that serves as a versatile …

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Ultimate Fire Tinder

    These easy-to-make little gems are perfect for camping, bonfires, or simply starting a wood fire at home. They’re inexpensive to make, compact, easy to use, and easily portable.    

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