If you ever want to construct a shelter from a piece of material that does not have “grommets,” you can do so by improvising “buttons,” as demonstrated in this how-to instructional from Survival Common Sense. Simple and effective. I have used the same techniques in building many a parachute shelter!
Wow, this makes me hungry! Gators are good-eating if processed properly. Learn how it is done with this clip from Team Wild TV.
SensiblePrepper Presents: 20 Survival uses for Wire Coat hangers. Continuing the series of using everyday items for a multitude of applications not designed for that item. This time, we’re “Thinking outside the wire.” Belt/Strap Keeper Camp bottle Hanger Guy Wire Anchors S Hooks Needle Camp Hat Hook Clothes Hanger Drain Retrieval
Have you ever tried a survival knife sheath? They are heavy, obviously, because they house gear. What do you think of this ESEE 5 rig? Thanks to HarleyWood23 for the review and demo.!
Esbit Stoves and fuel cubes are known for their ease of use and compact nature. Watch what happens with this test from Survive2Day. Do you consider Esbit as a good option for a back-up or evening primary cooking method?
Having slept under many a tarp or poncho shelter, I will say that this design may be one of the greatest (maybe!) Would you use this in lieu of a tent?
If EMP is a worry, this 1973 Toyota FJ40 is a solution! Besides being off-the-charts cool, an FJ40 such as this can get the job done. Here is how ColoradoBiker Prepper describes it: My 1973 Toyota FJ40 Landcruiser. What I’ll use if I ever need to bug-out. It’s 40 years old this
I agree – tin cans are everywhere. May as well put them to use! Check out these great DIY innovations from bex bugoutsurvivor.
I would call this a successful test of CCI 9mm Snake Shot. It is better than using a shovel!
Multipoint fishing spears work, with designs that are constructed with the type and size of fish in mind. Check out these spear options from MerkWares and add fishing spears to your survival arsenal.