David from UltimateSurvivalTips breaks open the S2V Survival Grenade to examine this interesting survival kit. Check out the survival goodies inside “The Grenade!”
Check out this small, effective Fishing Kit from IntenseAngler. Stored in a 3×5 inch Ziplock pouch, this little kit packs quite a punch for it’s size… and while weighing in at 1.1 ounces, it’s a sensible option for adding to your backpacking gear. It’s fish catching capabilities also make it
The innovative Cam-O-Bunk, from Disc-O-Bed, is a space-saving, camping bunk bed. With the mosquito net accessory, I envision setting up the bunks under a tarp shelter, without a tent. What do you think?
This Leinad Derringer, chambered in .45 Long Colt or .410, is sometimes called the “poor man’s Judge.” This is a great firearm for around $100. Check out the versatility – with some configuration it can fire .22!
FoxNewsMagazine – God forbid we should ever have to use a doomsday shelter. But if we did, we’d like it to be stocked to the brim with all of the tasty foods we’ve grown accustomed to in our everyday, non-doomsday lives. But alas, there’s only going to be so much
This double pulley PVC Short Bow from JaycubL gets the job done. I could make one of these!
Knife – Hammer – Glass Breaker! Is the Gerber LMF II the ultimate survival field knife? Gideon’s Tactical tests this knife to find out.
Fantastic explanation of the Wrist-watch technique!
#10 Cans, freeze-dried foods, meals-in-a-jar (MIAJ) and more are covered in this practical how-to video from nutnfancy. Enjoy!
I have a number of UV Paqlite products and recommend them for every survival kit. Check out this real-world test, featuring Joe Flowers, in the darkness of a cave! Great use of these innovative survival items.
There are countless survival applications in Marine Corp “engagement patterns” and combat postures. Don’t miss the fighting exercises in “The Pit” or the fighting survival exercise, known as, “The Last of the Mohicans!”
Sensibleprepper makes several good points. Lever-action rifles are generally reliable. They were used as combat rifles in the 1800’s and they present a less aggressive appearance to bystanders. They reload faster than bolt-action rifles. It is a good idea to have one or two of these backup rifles, chambered in
These All Weather Firestarters are impressive. Magnesium is always a good idea. They score points for the cool, rustic look as well, agree? I probably would not use the handle as a tinder, however.
The guys at BladeHQ chose to use knives that cost $80 or less to build survival shelters in this timed competition. The Ontario Knife and the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro were utilized. Which shelter would you choose to sleep in? Editor’s Note: Using the existing tree well was a