Even if you have a bug-out bag and feel ready to deal with disaster, do you also have a planned route to get out of Dodge? And perhaps just as important, do you also have a backup plan? Here are four things to consider when deciding on a bug-out route.
As we covered in our most recent issue, the world is on high alert for a possible nuclear attack. I this doesn’t happens, but it’s a possibility for which we need to be prepared. Today, I want to share with you how to prepare for such an attack and what to do if, God forbid, it should come to pass.
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.
Our friends at 4Patriots offer some advice on how to broach the subject of survival with your kids as well as a great way to get them involved in creating an emergency plan for your family.
Today’s roundup focuses on DIY projects and learning new survival skills. These articles provide a great opportunity to roll up your sleeves and get the whole family involved in prepping.
In the past few months, there have been some horrific murders of joggers. Many of these murders occurred in broad daylight, dispelling the myth that these attacks only happen in the dark. So here are seven ways to stay safe while jogging.
This week’s mailbag covers a variety of questions from survival radios to propane storage and more. On your marks…
Certain jobs need certain tools. Check out this article from our friends over at 4Patriots that runs down 12 self-reliance tools you should own. Be sure to get your hands on them BEFORE the SHTF — or you might be SOL.
This edition of the Weekly Drop covers the best bear spray on the market, which waist wallet you should invest in for your next trip and how to prepare if bugging out is not an option. Let’s take a look.
Last week was tough. I spent the entire week off the grid. Today, I want to share some of the lessons I learned so you can benefit from my experience without having to torture yourself like I did.