The name “45 70” came about in the 1800’s, meaning the 45 caliber bullet was mounted over 70 grains of powder. This classic round has been used for survival for well over a century. Sootch explains why this round and rifle has been used as a “brush gun” or “guide
In survival, dead-air-space equals warmth. This primitive debris hut design will keep a person warm in sub-freezing temperatures. The basics never get old!
See the basics of the TNW Firearms Aero Survival Rifle (ASR) from the company’s owner, Tim Bero. It breaks down into small pieces, uses Glock magazines, and can fire 9mm or 45ACP. I want one!
When complete, this Aquaponic Garden and its ZipGrow Towers are going to produce massive amounts of food. Water from the fish tank provides nutrient-rich food to the plants. Brilliant design!
It is no secret that SurvivalNation likes Rocket Stoves. True, this Beer Keg Rocket Stove may be the coolest we have encountered yet. Thoughts?
The gang from KnifeHQ discusses the philosophy and contents of a Bug Out Bag, in this case, a 72-hour bag. Weapons included, engagement discouraged!
The Upside Down Fire is a variation of the “log cabin” fire lay. What do you think? With some experimentation this type of fire may work for you! I do like the Emergency Blanket as fire reflector near the end of the video.
How many steps does it take to cover 1,000 meters? What about the differences between level terrain or rolling terrain? Or when carrying a ruck? See how the TSF Channel estimates personal pace count.
.22 caliber bullets have been popular survival rounds for many years. See how .22LR and .22Magnum rounds perform against phone books, jugs of water, and buckets of sand. The results (out of short pistol barrels) may surprise you!