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1. 7 Martial Arts For Self-Defense

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When it comes to self-defense, learning martial arts is one of the smartest things you can do. Knowing certain special techniques will help you be sure that you are able to fight off attackers. If you are met with an opponent who is ready and committed to taking you down, you must also be able to defend yourself and hopefully walk away unharmed. There are different forms of martial arts you can choose from. Some evolved from ancient forms of self-defense and others are considered combined or mixed martial arts. The following are some of the most popular types of martial arts for self-defense… Click to read more

2. 3 Easy Ways To Make Homemade Waterproof Matches

Waterproof matches are indeed an essential addition to your outdoor supplies. A bug out bag wouldn’t be complete without fire starter gear. Ordinary matches don’t mix well with wet conditions and being in the outdoors. You can slip and fall into a puddle, getting your backpack wet. Your tackle box can be knocked into the water by a big fish you reeled in. Fortunately, there is a simple solution–waterproof matches. You can buy water-resistant matches, but they can be expensive. Good thing there are simple ways to make your own effective waterproof matches that won’t take much of your time and won’t cost you an arm and a leg… Click to read more

3. Survival Skills Everyone Should Know And Be Able To Do

Survival skills have been around since God knows when. Even with the advent of modern technology, these survival skills proved time and time again that they are still important, essential, and relevant to outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, preppers, and even your average Joe and Jane. No, buying all that high-end survival gear does not make you a survivalist, but learning these most important survival skills will! Click to read more

4. Camp Like A Genius | 25 Additions For Your Camping Gear

Camping gear doesn’t have to be all about utility. Sure, you have basic camping checklist covered, but why not treat yourself to some gear that’s pretty awesome and fun to use? This camping gear list isn’t full of things that you necessarily need to make it through a camping trip, but it definitely has some cool stuff you never knew you wanted… Click to read more

5. Lost in the Woods 101

The possibility of getting lost in the wilderness while camping or hiking is one of the most common reasons people learn survival skills, even if they don’t think of themselves as survivalists. And if you like to camp, hike, or hunt, wilderness survival skills are essential, even if the world as we know it doesn’t end… Click to read more

6. Bring Dead Ni-Cad Batteries Back to Life | Prepper Skills

You might have been wondering how to bring dead Ni-Cad batteries back to life since your favorite appliance simply died out. Recharging it has absolutely no effect. Now your power tool is not working and you cannot continue with your project. The cordless phone that used to be there whenever you needed to call someone. The razor just won’t turn on no matter how long you leave it on the charging dock. Your kid’s remote control car is set aside, leaving you wondering whether it is still worth keeping in the room… Click to read more

7. Papa’s Famous Catfish Bait Recipe

Let me tell you a story of my Papa’s catfish bait.

I recently visited my grandparents and had to help Papa clean out his tool shed.

While I was moving a toolbox around, I knocked over and broke a glass bottle and was quickly hit with an absolutely disgusting smell. I couldn’t pinpoint it but I knew it was vaguely familiar… Click to read more

8. Warm a Room with Only a Candle and a Few Terra Cotta Pots

Terra cotta pots concentrate heat using the convection method. Although you can’t warm a whole house with it, this method can definitely help keep you warm and make a cold night much more bearable. When you have several of these going at the same time, that can help keep the room at a comfortable temperature. You can purchase one of these from Heatstick.com and see just how they work. Or if you’re on a tight budget, you can DIY it at a lesser cost… Click to read more

9. How to Make a Tuna Oil Lamp

Have you ever heard of a tuna oil lamp? A tuna oil lamp is a light source that uses the oil from a typical tuna can. Survival and emergency situations always push us to be ever more resourceful. When darkness catches you in the middle of nowhere and you don’t have a flashlight, you can turn to the food you brought along as an alternatives light source… Click to read more

10. Crossbow: Its Advantages Over Guns

Let’s talk about crossbows and why you should learn how to use one and later on improve your crossbow shooting skills. If you’re a regular reader, you know the argument I’m going to start with for any non-firearm form of protection and hunting tool… Click to read more

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