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American Preppers Network

  • What is the Difference Between the .300 Whisper and the .300 Blackout
    Spoiler alert: not very much is different. Second spoiler: enough to cause a major weapons malfunction if you get it wrong. Confused enough already? Since 1992 the .300 Whisper round had been gaining momentum among gun communities primarily for its a…
    - 60 days ago 23 May 19, 5:51pm -
  • The Oldest EDC Tool of All
    Have you ever heard of Oldowan tools? These are basically stone tools that were used up to 2.6 million years ago! We have been using the cutting edge for a very long time. Its hard to imagine a creature using a cutting tool all those years ago. No ma…
    - 61 days ago 22 May 19, 2:36pm -
  • Survival Gear for Natural Disasters
    When you think about survival gear do you plan on using it to deal with natural disaster? Preppers have a strange fantasy that often involves a total collapse where they reach for a loadout of elaborate gear to survive the collapse. What about region…
    - 88 days ago 25 Apr 19, 2:37pm -
  • The Hammock Experience
    Building up my ability to hammock camp I found some great parts that make up the whole.The post The Hammock Experience appeared first on American Preppers Network.
    - 6 Mar 19, 9:02am -
  • The 5 Best Gunsmithing Tools to Equip New AR-15 Builders from Start to Finish
    New to building AR-15s? Everyone’s gotta start somewhere! Starting your first build can be a little overwhelming. It seems like there’s a ton of parts to understand and install. However, as you’ll soon find out, there really isn’t much to it.…
    - 27 Feb 19, 10:50am -

APN Radio

  • TGA- AR15’s: Starter Rifle
    I want to buy an AR15 but I have no idea where to start and what to buy.... The post TGA- AR15’s: Starter Rifle appeared first on .
    - 11 days ago 11 Jul 19, 11:44pm -
  • Is Prepping Dead?
      Something is happening. All over the nation, online and off, people are asking the same question:Is prepping dead? The Great Fall of Prepping Have we witnessed “peak prepping” in this nation? The Swedes are gung ho and their government is supp…
    - 15 days ago 7 Jul 19, 2:05pm -
  • Early Onset Survival: Why Kids Need to Learn Prepping Skills
    When I look at what it means to be successful as a prepper or as a parent, all I have to do is look at my kids. The areas where I have failed present themselves on occasion. Usually, it’s through insult or injury. Sometimes both. But the successes…
    - 26 days ago 27 Jun 19, 11:18am -
  • Late Planting for Preppers – The Next Generation Show
    We’ve suffered like much of the rest of the country when it comes to the garden out back. Luckily, our losses aren’t quite as significant as the farmers who have millions of dollars on the line. Here in the Pacific Northwest, the wheat, barley an…
    - 27 days ago 25 Jun 19, 7:40pm -
  • Emergency Food Storage for Natural Disasters
    No one is to blame. We are living in a world of hyper convenience where, only recently, through the gift of information and flow of technology have we come to understand the severity of the threats that we face. We see hurricanes, war and terrorism i…
    - 28 days ago 24 Jun 19, 1:05pm -

Ask A Prepper

  • newHere’s Why You Should Always Have A Gas Mask In Your House
    Chemical weapons and chemical warfare have been banned indefinitely under the 1925 Geneva Protocol which should infer that we have little to worry about as far as dying from asphyxiatingThe post Here’s Why You Should Always Have A Gas Mask In Your…
    - 17 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 7:51am -
  • What Really Happens if You Eat a Bucket of Survival Food When SHTF
    Food: it seems to be the one constant in prepping. We start out buying food and many of us are still buying food, long after we think we’ve got allThe post What Really Happens if You Eat a Bucket of Survival Food When SHTF appeared first on Ask a…
    - 4 days ago 19 Jul 19, 7:02am -
  • The Ultimate Chicken Meat Processing Guide for Preppers
    Dressing a whole chicken from start to finish is an essential skill that any prepper should possess. You may not want to kill a chicken yourself, but in the eventThe post The Ultimate Chicken Meat Processing Guide for Preppers appeared first on Ask…
    - 5 days ago 18 Jul 19, 7:09am -
  • How to Get Rid of Poison Ivy
    If you find poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) on your property, you need to act quickly, but with caution. If you allow the plant to take hold and spread, you’ll haveThe post How to Get Rid of Poison Ivy appeared first on Ask a Prepper.
    - 7 days ago 16 Jul 19, 9:33am -
  • How To Identify And Prepare Nutritious Mallows
    Common mallows are annual plants, and sometimes it seems they can be found anywhere, while on other days, they’re nowhere to be found. The common mallow is most visible whenThe post How To Identify And Prepare Nutritious Mallows appeared first on…
    - 8 days ago 15 Jul 19, 7:54am -

Backdoor Prepper

  • The 3 Best Pillows For Hip Pain
    If you suffer from hip pain, some doctors recommend placing a pillow between your knees while sleeping on your side at night in order to align your spine and hips. Doing so may help ease your symptoms and result in a better night’s sleep. That’s…
    - 16 days ago 7 Jul 19, 6:27am -
  • 14 Weird Uses For Bread That Will Legitimately Blow Your Mind
    This article was originally published by Jessica Booth on Bread is a truly wonderful food. It tastes good no matter what you do to it — whether you’re toasting it and slathering it with butter, or covering it in eggs and making…
    - 29 Aug 18, 3:19pm -
  • How to Make All-Natural Homemade Turmeric Pain Pills
    If you watch the news on any given day, it doesn’t take long to realize there is an opioid addiction epidemic around the world. The use of it is on the rise, as well as the abuse from those using, prescribing, or those stealing and selling them. Ho…
    - 30 Jun 18, 4:45pm -
  • Survival Tarp Shelters: Why A Tarp is one of the Best Things you Can Carry
    When it comes to surviving a prolonged wilderness related disaster, one of your primary concerns is going to be finding or building a shelter. That’s why whenever I am doing any type of backcountry adventuring, I always carry some sort of shelter e…
    - 13 Feb 18, 4:10pm -
  • How To Can Whole Tomatoes {And How To Can Tomato Sauce!}
    I like to can tomatoes and can tomato sauce for all year long enjoyment. Either that, eat only them for breakfast, lunch and dinner for months. Of course, there is the ability to scare your friends and family, and alienate your neighbors. Most run t…
    - 5 Sep 17, 4:06am -

Backdoor Survival

  • newSmall Business Disaster Planning & Defense During Natural and Man Made Disasters
    If you have a small business, you may want to take some time during good times to create a defense plan for both natural and man made disasters. A lot of people assume that during a long emergency or SHTF, … Continued
    - 10 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 2:32pm -
  • Recipe Friday:Making Blueberry Jam From Fresh Blueberries
    Matt and I planted a lot of blueberries when we first started out up here on the mountain. Some were just sticks while others were more substantial plants in pots when we planted them on our land. Now we have … Continued
    - 3 days ago 19 Jul 19, 3:56pm -
  • How To Make Pemmican
    One of the older survival foods out there is pemmican. Pemmican is a mixture of dried meat, fruit, and fat that has been combined into a shelf stable superfood. Some recipes add some flour into the mix or nuts but … Continued
    - 5 days ago 17 Jul 19, 5:18pm -
  • How To Handle Yourself In A Flash Mob Looting
    As times get tougher, the nature of crimes and the rate will go up. Recently a Walgreens Drug store in Pennsylvania was in the news when a flash mob of 60 teens vandalized and stole merchandise. When a store is … Continued
    - 7 days ago 15 Jul 19, 5:24pm -
  • How To Choose The Right Fermenting Crock: Best Fermenting Crocks
    Fermentation is an ancient way to preserve food that fits squarely into the modern prepper world. The process is by far less complicated than canning food, and it provides an easy way to turn excess garden crops into a viable … Continued
    - 8 days ago 14 Jul 19, 1:00pm -

Backwoods Survival Blog

  • “Getting Home” by Alex Smith
    This week, I’m taking a break from the world of Doomer Fiction and reviewing the […]The post “Getting Home” by Alex Smith appeared first on Backwoods Survival Blog .
    - 21 days ago 1 Jul 19, 6:59pm -
  • Fact Check: Shipping Firearms
    Fact Check: Shipping Firearms – DEFENSE FIREARMS BLOG: Some people, even licensed dealers (FFL) have a […]The post Fact Check: Shipping Firearms appeared first on Backwoods Survival Blog .
    - 21 days ago 1 Jul 19, 6:58pm -
  • “The Core” (2003)
    The subject our most recent Doomer Fiction / disaster film review is “The Core” (2003).  Oddly enough, […]The post “The Core” (2003) appeared first on Backwoods Survival Blog .
    - 21 days ago 1 Jul 19, 6:56pm -
  • “Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents; Disaster Survival for the Family” by James G. Mushen
    This week’s book review will concern a nonfiction title: “Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents; […]The post “Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents; Disaster Survival for the Family” by James G. Mushen appeared first on Backwoods Su…
    - 21 days ago 1 Jul 19, 6:54pm -
  • Carrots, Eggs, Or Coffee?
    The following may seem rather out of place with regard to our normal subject-matter, but […]The post Carrots, Eggs, Or Coffee? appeared first on Backwoods Survival Blog .
    - 21 days ago 1 Jul 19, 6:53pm -

Getting Prepped-Organized Prepper

  • Goodbye and Good Luck
    It’s with very mixed emotions today that I’m announcing we will be shutting down Organized Prepper.   As most of you know I started this site because I wanted to make it easier for the “normal” person to get a little better prepared for wha…
    - 28 Feb 15, 6:07pm -
  • Prepping on a Limited Budget
    Even if you practice a fairly self-sufficient and sustainable lifestyle, you probably still have a number of expenses to deal with on a daily, weekly, monthly, and/or annual basis, from major costs like a home mortgage to essentials and conveniences…
    - 24 Feb 15, 1:00pm -
  • Off-Grid Cooking Basics for Newbie Preppers
    While our grandparents might remember what it was like to cook with a wood stove as opposed to the gas and electric options available today, most adults haven't the faintest idea about how to cook when their appliances give in. And yet, during a cata…
    - 17 Feb 15, 3:40pm -
  • First Aid Skills Every Prepper Should Know
    Being prepared to deal with natural disasters and emergency situations is something that most people leave to the proper authorities. And yet, when you need emergency services and government aid the most, these resources may not be available to you.…
    - 6 Feb 15, 10:33pm -
  • Prepping With Kids
    While having children is one of life's greatest joys, every parent realizes pretty quickly that it's also the most important responsibility they'll ever shoulder. Keeping kids safe, healthy, and happy and providing them with the knowledge, tools, and…
    - 6 Jan 15, 5:40pm -

Modern Survival Blog

  • newFirst Five Things To Do If/When The Lights Go Out (as in SHTF)?
    Ever though about the first things you would or should do when the lights go out (power grid failure) if it's worse than just a typical outage (e.g. SHTF)?Original source: First Five Things To Do If/When The Lights Go Out (as in SHTF)?
    - 3 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 9:19pm -
  • Stretch Wrap Self Adhering Bandage | A Must-have First Aid Supply
    Here's an example of how and why I needed this medical stretch wrap bandage the other day for a moderate bleeding wound. You should have some! Here's why...Original source: Stretch Wrap Self Adhering Bandage | A Must-have First Aid Supply
    - 3 days ago 19 Jul 19, 7:16pm -
  • Dowsing | Dowser | Equipment Used | Questions to Ask
    Dowsing for water - a brief history - present day - equipment used - questions to ask a dowser if you are going to use their services.Original source: Dowsing | Dowser | Equipment Used | Questions to Ask
    - 3 days ago 19 Jul 19, 2:59pm -
  • Summer Survival | It’s All About Dew Point – Not The Humidity
    During the warm summer months, comfort factor is largely about dew point temperature, how muggy or sticky it feels. Not the relative humidity. Here's how:Original source: Summer Survival | It’s All About Dew Point – Not The Humidity
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 19, 5:19pm -
  • Is The West Coast & Pacific Northwest Prepared For The Big One?
    There is a definite uptick in West Coast earthquakes so far in 2019. It may be signaling something bigger. Which begs the question, how many are prepared?Original source: Is The West Coast & Pacific Northwest Prepared For The Big One?
    - 5 days ago 17 Jul 19, 4:36pm -

Preparing for SHTF

  • Now That You Know How to Dry Corn What’s Next
    If you dried your corn while still on the cob then you will need to shell the corn first, of course. You can do this by hand or use a hand crank corn sheller. The hand operated corn shellers do most of the work for you, the cob goes in and the dried…
    - 22 Feb 19, 7:24pm -
  • The Importance of Knowing How to Cook In a Survival Situation
    According to a survey conducted in 2011, 28 percent of Americans do not know how to cook. However, let’s ponder a moment, and then ask ourselves what is the definition of cooking ( Foodworksblog , 2011). Is it pulling a frozen meal from the freezer…
    - 19 Feb 19, 4:21pm -
  • Braising Meats for Tenderness and Flavor in a Dutch Oven
    Meat cuts (tougher cuts) that are ideal for braising include pork shoulder, beef chuck, short ribs, lamb shanks and of course brisket. These cuts are marbled with fat and connective tissue, which will convert to gelatin after long and slow cooking. M…
    - 26 Dec 18, 1:27am -
  • Desert Survival: 7 Things to Know
    Deserts are among the most treacherous places that a person can get stranded in. With the many unique challenges that are found in deserts, you need to know how to get around them to survive in desert. Read on to find out some exceptional desert surv…
    - 26 Dec 18, 1:21am -
  • Cooking: Learning the Basics
    A previous article talked about how important it is for you to know how to cook in a survival situation, because you and your family’s very survival could be at stake. Cooking from scratch as it is called is time consuming and it requires organizat…
    - 15 Dec 18, 3:56pm -


Survival Blog

  • newSurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt
    This weekly column features news stories and event announcements from around the American Redoubt region. (Idaho, Montana, eastern Oregon, eastern Washington, and Wyoming.) Much of the region is also more commonly known as The Inland Northwest. We al…
    - 27 mins ago 23 Jul 19, 12:03am -
  • newPreparedness Notes for Monday — July 22, 2019
    July 22nd is the birthday of actor Willem Dafoe (born 1955). Perhaps his best role was in the movie The Hunter, set in Tasmania.The post Preparedness Notes for Monday — July 22, 2019 appeared first on
    - 17 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 7:05am -
  • newCRKT Du Hoc, by Pat Cascio
    Wicked! That one word, aptly describes the CRKT Du Hoc fixed blade knife. It it is made by Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT).  Most knives are designed to be used as everyday working tools, and they can double as a weapon for self-defense. However,…
    - 17 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 7:04am -
  • newRecipe of the Week: J.J.’s Cornmeal Dry Mix
    Reader J.J. kindly sent us this recipe for a multipurpose cornmeal dry baking mix. This was tested as a 9-cup batch  (1 cup equals 5 ounces.) Ingredients 4 cups (18 ounces) finely ground cornmeal 4 cups (18 ounces) unbleached all-purpose flour 2/3 c…
    - 17 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 7:03am -
  • newEconomics & Investing For Preppers
    Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. And it bears mention that most of these items ar…
    - 17 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 7:02am -

Survival Cache

  • Survival Gear Review: Emerson Karambit Fixed Blade Knife
    I don’t always carry a handgun. The reasons vary. If I’m not carrying, I still like to have something that will give me an advantage. I carry a folding knife for utility work (what if there’s cheesecake?), but needed something with a little ext…
    - 1 day ago 21 Jul 19, 1:17pm -
  • Personal Protection Tactics for Kids (Something all Parents should Consider)
    Almost every day we read about a child being abducted, beat up by someone, or abused. It is terrible when these bad things happen to children. Now, kids will get into fights, and all kids will tussle with each other that is normal and integral part o…
    - 5 days ago 18 Jul 19, 9:47am -
  • Survival Cache Podcast Episode 11: The AR-15 Part II
    Boom!! Episode 11, Doc and Drew attempt to discuss the parts and accessories of the AR15 platform. In this second and final part, the receivers, mags, buttstocks, buffer tube, and plenty of springs and detents are the topics along with all the little…
    - 12 days ago 10 Jul 19, 5:43pm -
  • SHTF Armorer: Tuning a Smith & Wesson Revolver with Wilson Combat Springs
    For those of us that still consider revolvers to be serious tools for everyday use (there are still a few of us, believe it or not), the Smith & Wesson revolver platform is a brilliant tool. Though Smith & Wesson introduced what we now recognize as a…
    - 22 days ago 30 Jun 19, 1:55pm -
  • Survival Cache Podcast Episode 10: The AR-15 Part I
    What survivalist podcast would be complete without a discussion of the AR rifle platform? Doc Montana and Drew discuss America’s favorite rifle and its attributes. Though they intended to cover the whole rifle, front to back – birdcage to buttsto…
    - 35 days ago 18 Jun 19, 10:08am -

Survival Life

  • new10 Best Canned Foods for Survival
    Being ready for disaster means that your stockpiles are filled with canned foods that are easily accessible and edible in crisis situations. When natural disasters, power outages or even the apocalypse make way, you’ll be glad that you grabbed an e…
    - 10 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 3:00pm -
  • new4 Heat-Related Illnesses and How to Avoid Them
    Heat-related illnesses are a legitimate concern during the summer season. Not only do they delay lives but they are also a major cause for hospitalization each year. The Center for Disease Control reports that over 600 people die each year from extre…
    - 10 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 3:00pm -
  • newHow To Raise Quail For Eggs And Meat
    Ever wondered how to raise quail? Take the next step of your homegrown protein-raising chapter, and adopt some quail! Check out this article to learn how.
    - 11 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 2:00pm -
  • newKnife Sharpening Tools | Must-Haves For Your Blade
    Know your options from this selection of knife sharpening tools so you maintain your knife's effectiveness and safety at home or outdoors. RELATED: How To Sharpen A Knife At Camp [Video] In this article: Knife Sharpening Tools for Sharp, Safe, and Ef…
    - 11 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 2:00pm -
  • 5 Easy Ways to Find Water Sources
    Water– the number one necessity to our survival. We can go long periods with little to no nutrition but hydration is key for keeping our bodies and minds functioning properly. However, bacteria-ridden water is worse than no water at all. So here yo…
    - 3 days ago 19 Jul 19, 3:00pm -

The Prepper Journal

  • Nutritious Food Plants You Can Harvest Quickly
    Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal.Editor’s Note: A guest submission to The Prepper Journal from Raymond Poole. Raymond Poole is an organic cooking and gardening fanatic. He spends his free time trialing and testing different grow…
    - 4 days ago 19 Jul 19, 10:56am -
  • Are You Prepared to Deal with a Fire at Home?
    Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal.Editors Note: The following guest article was generously contributed by James Smith in October of 2015. It is worth rereading if you caught it then as well as for the first time now. Additionally I…
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 19, 1:10pm -
  • How to Make Sure Your Stuff Lasts Forever — or Close to It
    Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal.Editor’s Note: A guest contribution from Scott Huntington to The Prepper Journal. Whether you live primarily off the grid and rarely venture to town or you simply wish to extend the life of your…
    - 6 days ago 17 Jul 19, 10:38am -
  • Prepare for Disaster with a Portable Generator
    Written by Wild Bill on The Prepper Journal.Living or working in a disaster-prone area always requires that you be prepared for the worst. When a natural disaster strikes, you might not have the time to take the right recuperative measures if you we…
    - 7 days ago 16 Jul 19, 10:23am -
  • Tooting Our Own Horn
    Written by Wild Bill on The Prepper Journal.Seriously, if we don’t then who will? We have been making changes and we need to brag about some of them. The Archive Admittedly it was left as a secondary task but NOW has been not only updated to conta…
    - 10 days ago 13 Jul 19, 10:43am -

The Survival Mom

  • newGreen Coffee Beans: Simple Methods to Roast the Best Coffee Ever
    When it comes to serious coffee addictions, I think I’ve heard every joke there is. I don’t quite fall into that category myself, but when I was given a 3-pound bag of green coffee beans and asked my coffee-addicted friends to help me out, they j…
    - 15 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 10:00am -
  • 10 Uses For Tomato Powder
      Tomato powder is hands down one of my very favorite products to have in my food storage. I love it because it’s: Inexpensive — especially when compared to things like tomato powder or tomato sauce Pure — just 100% tomatoes with no additive…
    - 5 days ago 18 Jul 19, 7:00am -
  • My top 16 tips for beginning homeschoolers
    Honestly? I didn’t know what I was getting myself into when my husband and I made the decision that I would homeschool our kids. How hard could it be? After all, not only had I been a classroom teacher for several years but I had even TAUGHT classr…
    - 6 days ago 17 Jul 19, 8:29am -
  • The Top 8 Deadly Myths About Survivalism
    Our survivalism story, in a nutshell Hi! I’m Sheila. For the last several years, our family, my husband Dan, our son Jesse and I, have been living what some may call the “survivalist” lifestyle.  Actually, we live off-grid (so far off the grid…
    - 6 days ago 16 Jul 19, 7:55pm -
  • 30 Things to do With Peaches
    Our kitchen counter is loaded with fresh peaches, and I’ve been searching for the best things to do with peaches. I’m going to be needing a lot of recipes! Jams, jellies, desserts, and even a few savory dishes — peaches go with just about every…
    - 12 days ago 11 Jul 19, 7:15am -

Survival Life

This T-Shirt Is Your Uniform For The War On Free Speech. Time To Suit Up!

- 35 days ago 17 Jun 19, 4:33pm -
California Survival School: Friction Fire Part 2 Technique

- 23 Oct 18, 4:21pm -
California Survival School: Friction Fire Part1 Materials

- 15 Oct 18, 11:07pm -
CSS Debris Shelter Part 5 Conclusion

- 14 Sep 18, 1:24pm -
CSS Debris Shelter Part 4 Insulation Placement

- 4 Sep 18, 5:08pm -
California Survival School Debris Shelter Part 3 Structure Building

- 28 Aug 18, 1:37pm -

The Survival Mom

What's inside a paracord survival kit?

- 11 Mar 19, 5:19pm -
The Dangers of Being Functionally Fixed

- 11 Oct 18, 9:06pm -
RV Living: How to get started, how to make it work

- 15 Sep 18, 11:50pm -
Hurricane Prep & Survival

- 13 Sep 18, 1:43am -
52 Week Money-Savings Plan

- 21 May 18, 3:19pm -
7 Clever Ways to Earn Money if You Have a Green Thumb

- 15 Mar 18, 4:51pm -

The Survival Podcast

  • newEpisode-2475- Listener Feedback for 7-22-19
    Today on The Survival Podcast I answer your questions on cancer, kudzu, goats, cryptocurrency, virtual nations, the death of mainstream media, cooking, kratom, guns and more. Make sure if you submit content for a feedback show that you put something…
    - 4 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 8:40pm -
  • newNebo 6350 Larry Work Light – Item of the Day
    Every day I bring you an item on Amazon that I personally use or has been purchased by many members of the audience and I have researched enough to recommend. Today’s TSP Amazon Item of the day is the Nebo … Continue reading →
    - 9 hours ago 22 Jul 19, 3:10pm -
  • Episode-2474- Expert Council Show for 7-19-19
    Today its Friday so it’s time for the expert council show. To ask a question for a show like this, just send an email to me at jack at with “TSPC Expert” in the subject line. Today on The … Continue reading →
    - 3 days ago 19 Jul 19, 8:19pm -
  • Gerber Dime Multi-Tool – TSP Item of the Day
    Every day I bring you an item on Amazon that I personally use or has been purchased by many members of the audience and I have researched enough to recommend. Today’s TSP Amazon Item of the day is the Gerber … Continue reading →
    - 3 days ago 19 Jul 19, 3:00pm -
  • Episode-2473- Half Acre Homesteading – Part Two – Livestock
    Okay I am calling this series “Half Acre Homesteading” because marketing. The use of two words in a 2-3 word phrase is good at grabbing attention, think “Taco Tuesdays” or anything in that vein. You don’t need a half acre … Continue readi…
    - 4 days ago 18 Jul 19, 8:57pm -

The Survivalist Blog

  • The Ultimate Prepper’s Checklist
    “Be prepared” is a pretty broad order. Prepared for what? How prepared are we talking about, here? If you are new to prepping and readiness as a component in your lifestyle, one of your first actions will probably be to take stock and compare you…
    - 2 Jul 18, 10:20am -
  • Practically Tactical: Maximizing the Common Shotgun for Defense
    Shotguns are perennially popular home defense firearms in the U.S. for several reasons. One reason is their easy availability, and cost effectiveness. A quality shotgun can often be had for significantly less coin than a rifle of equivalent grade.  …
    - 1 Jul 18, 10:17am -
  • How to Find and Equip Your Prepper Hideout Bug Out Location
    So, you’ve been researching how to prep for a SHTF or other disaster and the experts recommend that you have a bug out location or even better a prepper hideout or retreat. But what makes a good prepper hideout or bug out location? The answer is of…
    - 30 Jun 18, 12:03pm -
  • How to Accurize the Mini 14 Rifle
    The Ruger Mini-14 is one of America’s favorite general purpose semi-auto rifles. Possessed of light weight, nimble handling and classic styling, they remain a viable choice for anyone who for whatever reason does not want America’s other rifle, t…
    - 29 Jun 18, 5:17pm -
  • The Best Prepping and Survival Books You Should Read
    One of the great joys and advantages of living today is the prevalence of books. Be they bound ink and paper or electrons on a screen, books can be invaluable references or moving, thought-provoking stories about the human experience. I am constantly…
    - 28 Jun 18, 10:18am -

The Survival Podcast

A Quick Tip for Better Squash Yields and for Saving Squash Seed

- 11 days ago 11 Jul 19, 4:13pm -
3200 Gallon Timber Frame Pond Update for 7-11-19

- 11 days ago 11 Jul 19, 4:11pm -
Welcome to MeWe Here is What You Need to Know About It

- 26 days ago 26 Jun 19, 11:19pm -
200 Pound Plus Nurse Shark in San Carlos Bay off Sanibel Island

- 28 days ago 24 Jun 19, 9:02pm -
Thermacell MR150 Portable Mosquito Repeller Full Review

- 42 days ago 10 Jun 19, 4:16pm -
14 Ways to Grow Your MeWe Presence and Why You Should

- 46 days ago 7 Jun 19, 12:57am -