Great camping idea when you can’t wait. Check out this "Business" Bucket for your next outdoors trip! Posted by The King of Random on Saturday, April 8, 2017 When You Gotta Go… When you’re in the woods and you need a place to go, you can at least go comfortably with this wilderness lifehack! Lots … Read more When you Gotta go
If you’re into rappeling or knot tying for fun or practical survival, have a look at this Bachmann knot. You’re going to need it if you’re going to encounter climbing up with a wet rope. The staff from ITsTactical shared some insights on this important to know Bachman knot. So here’s their excerpt: On today’s … Read more Ascend a Wet or Icy Climbing Rope
Bears and humans both love fishing. If you are fishing a good spot in bear country, you may be sharing the water. However the Alaskan anglers in this video decided to take matters in their own hands and chase a bear away to have the spot to themselves. The group took matters it into their … Read more Would you chase a Bear like these Fishermen did?
Many hunters have talked about what to carry for bear defense while out in the woods. Here are some of that conversation on 1911forum for a handgun. BPHORSEGUY: There have been increasing small bear sightings in my and my dogs hiking area. I am considering carry a .45ACP instead of my 9mm and solids instead … Read more Bear Defense Carry
Adventurer Tom Allen and his friend demonstrates how to make a stove with the minimal materials. Beer Can Get a beer can or any aluminum can, the larger the better and have a knife or a pair scissors. This whole process is very simple to do. Cut the top of beer can at the top … Read more Beer Can – the Ultimate Survivalist Camping Stove
There are many written articles on what to have in your survival supplies. But, the big three that you need to provide are food, water and shelter. Yes, it would be nice to have all the fancy tools to play with. The primary three needs are what will help you to focus on to help … Read more SHTF must have Survival Gear
This may be one of the easiest way to start a fire. The guy from Stephenson Prepper uses cotton ball, petrolium jelly and a flint with a scraper. You don’t need to have the same bracelet as with flint/scraper as shown in the video. Video Transcription: [Speaker]: Today Im’ma be showing you a little video … Read more Survival: Easy Way to Start a Fire