The fact is there is a TON of misinformation in the survival space. Today, Robert Blaze of the Survival Ready Blog Team runs down nine of the deadliest survival myths as seen on TV.
Today we’re back with the final installment of “The Ultimate Doomsday Prepping List” compiled by our friends over at 4Patriots. The second half runs down 51 more survival items in categories ranging from toiletries and cleaning supplies to documents and more.
Preparing for a nuclear disaster should be a top priority for you and your family. Remember, it’s not the initial blast that may harm you but the fallout from such an attack. This piece from Jeff Anderson over at Modern Combat & Survival runs down five steps to prepare for a nuclear attack and includes an offer for a detailed “Nuclear Survival Guide.”
Whether it’s hurricanes, tornados or wildfires — we are being inundated with devastating natural disasters. Even though timing and trajectories can be predicted for many of these disastrous events (or you may live in an area that won’t be affected), there is one deadly force that does not discriminate its victims.
Looking for an innovative, low-cost way to expand your cache of emergency supplies? Then look no further. Our friends at 4Patriots offer up several suggestions on how to turn a humble garbage bag into the Swiss army knife of survival gear.
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.
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.
I’m kicking off this edition of the Weekly Drop with a couple of questions about the NOC Knife — including what makes it a superior survival knife and the best way to care for it.
There are few things in life as important as protecting yourself and the ones you love. And my ultimate goal is to provide you with the confidence, skills and knowledge to better protect yourself and your family. So check out this week’s batch of reader questions.
This week’s mailbag covers an emergency water source in your backyard, how to win at poker and what to do in the event of a nuclear attack. Let’s get started.