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The Best Compound Bows for Women

The Best Compound Bow for Women – Updated for 2017

Updated: July 3, 2017 Back before Stephen Amell and The Arrow made it cool, it was. The set. Inhale on the draw. Blink as you steady. Exhale on the release. The satisfying ‘thwunk’ as the target is pierced. I’d always had an affinity for archery. As a tall girl with long arms, …

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Natural Remedies for Preppers

The Top 6 Natural Remedies For Preppers

It might be a global economic meltdown. It may be an earthquake or the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano. Possibly a flood situation arises, sometimes rather quickly.[toc] Do you know the important things you need to prepare before such a disaster occurs? For centuries, mankind has relied on Mother Nature …

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9 Invaluable Survival Uses for a Knife

Why Bother Carrying a Knife? We had a new guy at our group a couple weeks ago. He had a lot of the typical preconceived notions that preppers and survivalists were radicals trying to overthrow the government or anti-social dooms-day’ers that needed to take their medication and calm down. But …

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10 Ways to Find Water in the wild

10 Ways to Find Water to Survive the Wilderness

Finding Water in the Wild You’re in the middle of a multi-day hike. The plan was to follow the trail, but you took a wrong turn. Now you’re lost. You try to get back to the trail unsuccessfully and end up spending the night in the backcountry. By the time …

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Best Survival Knives

Best Survival Knives of 2017

In a life and death situation, you want the best tool possible. And when you’re out in the wild, you want the best survival knife possible. Here’s my story of when a knife saved my life and why I always carry one whenever I go into the woods now: Whether …

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A Beginner's Guide to Survival Shelters

A Beginner’s Guide to Survival Shelter: A Prepper’s Primer

Shelter is a prepper’s most valuable asset. Food, water, and security mean nothing if you are constantly exposed to the elements. Whether you’re preparing for a natural disaster, a strike on the electrical grid, or worse, your first question should be: do I have access to sufficient shelter or the …

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Common Concealed Carry Mistakes

Common Concealed Carry Mistakes

Being a prepper means being prepared for an emergency no matter where you are. Which is why more and more people are deciding to carry a concealed weapon when they leave the house. But the work and responsibilities of folks who want to carry concealed aren’t finished when they pay …

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