Survival Weapon Training from New Special Report Can Save a Life

By on February 14, 2013

Survival weapon techniques will come in handy when a gun or knife isn’t accessible. There’s no telling what sort of circumstances would render a firearm or utility tool useless, but knowing how to improvise with regular items found at home or in nature could be a life-saving set of knowledge.

Survival Life is unveiling their latest Special Report, How to Make and Use Primitive Weapons, and it’s sharing the age old weaponry knowledge mixed with modern uses of everyday items for the best source of personal protection information ever released by Survival Life.

Homemade weapons can be fashioned with a wide variety of tools, and even the least-obvious items can be used to catch an intruder or attacker off guard. The Primitive Weapons Special Report suggests ways to improvise and find the best-suited weapons for a specific emergency situation. It will show people how to create a deadly weapon with only a rock and a piece of string.

How to Make and Use Primitive Weapons gathered information from a collection of resources in the arts of self-defense, survival, and historic weaponry. Hundreds of hours of research and analysis went into the creation of the Special Report, and Survival Life is proud to be able to offer such a vast and comprehensive guide to survivalists everywhere.

Guns are great to have, and any responsible survivalist knows the value in firearms. But if the current administration keeps passing regulations that restrict gun use, firearms will be harder to get and riskier to own.

Guns can be useless in a flood, if they get submerged. They can disappear in the destruction of a tornado or hurricane. They can be locked in a safe, too heavy to grab when there are seconds to escape a house fire.

In any case, the assistance of How to Make and Use Primitive Weapons will give anyone the ability to create effective weapons with less than likely items. With the information in the Special Report, people will gain confidence in their skills beyond guns, and increase their chances of survival when things turn sour.

Garden tools, exercise equipment, and other common objects can be transformed into a weapon with the right mindset and the practiced skills taught in Survival Life’s report.

How to Make and Use Primitive Weapons will give people the preparedness they need to be armed and capable of using just about anything as a weapon. Any survivalist should know this information, and practice using the techniques advised in the report before they are deemed necessary. Mastering survival weapon tactics will give preppers more confidence and more skills that will almost certainly keep them alive.

About Eric Pickhartz

Eric Pickhartz is a contributing writer for SurvivalLife.com, and shares his experience as an amateur prepper and survivalist who enjoys the outdoors and spending time learning new skills. Google

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