One of the last things you want to deal with in an emergency is a bunch of soggy survival gear. To keep your supplies high and dry during a downpour or severe flooding, here are three ways to waterproof your gear.
No matter where you travel, it’s a good idea to carry certain items with you — just in case. Today, Jason Hanson gives a list of those items plus five ways to conceal them in plain sight.
Packing a bag with essential supplies to help you survive and give you time to get somewhere safe (or for help to arrive) is one of the most basic ways to prepare for any number of emergencies. Today, discover three common mistakes to avoid when putting together a bug-out bag of your own.
This week’s mailbag features a few good gear recommendations. It also address issues such as whether it’s safe to save passwords on your browser, what gear you should take with you to the range and how to secure alternative forms of transportation.
I’m a fan of the neck knife, and if you’ve never carried one, I hope today’s alert will make you change your mind.
Wondering what you can do after the violence in Charlottesville? Here’s your action to take. Plus, mudslides in Sierra Leone, hidden threats to your emergency storage and a gun-toting drone that can fire in midair.
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.
In a natural disaster or other emergency, you are pretty much on your own. You can’t always depend on local police or fire personnel to come save the day. So as you’re preparing — purchasing supplies and gear — you should also consider taking classes in one or more of these four skill sets.
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.
Unfortunately, older buildings often lack proper fire safety features. So today, I want to give you five fire safety rules to consider if you live, work or ever visit a high-rise building.