This in-depth article by our friends over at 4Patriots runs down TONS of ways to prep that cost absolutely nothing — plus a limited-time offer to get a free 72-hour survival food kit. Check it out.
This week’s roundup of must-read articles focuses on gaining critical survival skills. So if you’re looking to become a better shot, a wilderness expert or a world-class prepper in 2018, you’ve come to the right place.
In this edition of the Weekly Drop, you’ll discover the best multitool for people on a limited budget, whether plants are a sufficient deterrent to home invasions, alternative home defense weapons if you’ve been stripped of your right to bear arms and how to mentally prepare yourself for a life-or-death situation.
Today, our friends at the Survival Ready Blog run down the biggest blunders people make misusing their survival knives. Be sure to give it a read so you don’t make the same mistakes.
Today, Cade Courtley discusses the advantages of having a quality night vision device, including five factors you should consider when selecting one as well as Cade’s top four recommendations for civilian use.
Allow me to introduce you to Jeff Anderson. In his 10 years of military training with elite infantry units around the world, Jeff was able to get a first-hand glimpse of what a city in the midst of a collapse is like for its citizens. Today, Jeff offers his top tip for transforming your bug-out bag.
Today, I discuss a few types of survival gear you can find great deals on at military surplus stores. If you’re prepping on a budget, these stores are a great place to start.
There are many great survival items we could all use — if they didn’t cost thousands of dollars. So until you win the lottery, here are some items I recommend saving up to purchase. One day, they just might save you.
Nate Rifkin joins us today with his response to what the USDA’s budget should be.
In all likelihood, Republican efforts to defund Obamacare are toast — and sooner rather than later. It appears to be a fantasy that a bill to defund would even make it to president Obama’s desk. This straightforward reality has prompted many reasonable observers to ask why frustrated conservatives would bother risking a government shutdown over …