Today, you’ll discover what tools you’ll need for basic home repairs (including one that may surprise you), nine ways to upgrade your garden for a better harvest, the four most likely causes of a grid-down scenario (and the worst mistake to avoid) and more.
In the SEAL teams, during mission planning and rehearsal, we would train for the best-case scenario and plan for the worst. In every operation, this included a “NO COMMS” plan. Here’s how to make one for your family.
In this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal my No. 1 self-defense weapon that’s perfect for the whole family. One of my readers even gave one to his daughter. You’ll also discover how to get that meddlesome browser Chrome off all your devices, the easiest way to avoid being a victim of identity theft and more.
A good survival knife isn’t hard to come by, but it’s easy to get bogged down by all the choices out there. Today, Jason Hanson runs down the nine components of a quality knife to help you make sure you get your money’s worth.
If you are in the car traveling, you still want to be able to quickly access your gun in case you need it. If you have to leave it in the car, you should absolutely make sure it’s secured and out of sight. Read on for specific recommendations on concealed carry in your vehicle.
Camping, hiking, fishing and rafting are all healthy and very gratifying activities. But at any moment you could find yourself in a situation that is potentially life-threatening. Today, you’ll learn what you should do if you must cross a body of water — be it a pond, lake, stream or rushing river.
You are especially vulnerable when you travel. Unless you pick up one of the TSA-approved self-defense and survival tools listed in the first of this week’s must-read articles. I’ll also share the No. 1 piece of travel gear I never leave home without.
Our friends over at 4Patriots have put together a fantastic report detailing the top 12 mistakes people make when putting their disaster preps in order. Today, let’s take a look at the top three prepping mistakes you DON’T want to make.