13 Sep 2016

8 Must-Have Items For Wilderness Survival

For some people, nothing beats a weekend in the woods. Getting off the grid for a couple days can be a great thing to do every now and then in this technology-obsessed world. Of course, taking off into the wilderness for any amount of time is not something to do

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09 Sep 2016

Must-Have First Aid Kit Contents

Your first aid kit contents are crucial, especially when it comes to everyday emergencies. This pocket-sized first aid kit is small and convenient without sacrificing safety. Must-Have First Aid Kit Contents A well-stocked first aid kit is an absolute essential for a great survivalist, but how do you narrow it down

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06 Sep 2016

7 Paper Products We All Need To Store For Survival

I highly recommend these 7 paper products we all need to store for survival. It’s an updated reminder to all of us to be prepared for the unexpected. I also have 32 white plates (not shown) that I could use and wash if I need to serve the biggest breakfast

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06 Sep 2016

Travel Bug Out Bags: Your Lifeline out on the Road When Disaster Strikes

You’re hundreds of miles from home, enjoying a weekend of relaxation when all of a sudden disaster strikes; you’re stuck in a new area, with people you don’t know, and you have no way to get home; what do you do? Well if you’re like most people you’ve probably never

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02 Sep 2016

Hunting Gear Survival Kit Tip

Greeley, CO -(AmmoLand.com)- Before you take off into the woods to hunt, make sure you have the right gear on hand to fix any emergencies that might crop up with your gear. You can make a simple survival kit for your gun and optics that doesn’t weigh much, yet will keep

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02 Sep 2016

Rules for Bartering and Haggling for Survival Goods

“Hey, I’ll trade you three bullets for that roll of toilet paper.” Bartering for our necessities can be traced back to pre-literate cultures at least 6,000 years ago. And surprisingly, barter is still happening in modern times. In economically challenged countries, people are bartering right now to take care of

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29 Aug 2016

Mylan launching cheaper generic EpiPen in wake of outcry over price hike

Mylan says it will make available a generic version of its EpiPen, as criticism mounts over the price of its injectable medicine. The company said Monday that its U.S. subsidiary will put out a generic version of the EpiPen that will have a list price of $300 for a two-pack

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23 Aug 2016

How To Build a Solar Furnace For Under $50

Finding a cheap and efficient way to heat your home can prove to be difficult, but with a few useful tricks you can solve this problem in a single weekend. There are different types of heating systems that you can build at home, but this solar furnace is among the

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22 Aug 2016

Survival Gear for the Worst-Case Scenario

Ever wonder exactly what you should bring with you on your hunting and fishing trips in case of an emergency? Here is a list of some things that you should consider throwing in your truck next time you’re loading up for a weekend in the woods or on the water.

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03 Aug 2016

Tips to Save Your Feet When Covering Lots of Ground on Your Next Hunt

Where I hunt in the darkest spot in the Lower 48, I am the farthest one can get from a hospital in the contiguous U.S. That’s a good enough reason for me to think before I step even before you factor in rattlesnakes, scorpions, and mountain lions. So that iconic

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