In this video. Sensible Prepper talks about the top 10 ways to communicate after the SHTF. This is a very important topic that too many preppers overlook.
If you’re preparing for a long-term disaster and you have a survival garden, use one or more of these methods to hide it from hungry looters.
It’s been said that toilet paper will be worth its weight in gold after a major disaster. What would you do if you ran out? Here are some options.
Rear projection TVs have several useful items inside, but the best one is the large Fresnel lens, which is basically a giant magnifying glass.
Most people throw away tin cans without a second thought, but as you’ll see, in a survival scenario they can be put to good use.
Many firearm accidents happen because of mistakes made by new gun owners. To make sure you’re not another statistic, avoid these mistakes and get training.
A series of videos full of urban survival tips from Reality Survival. This is a great series for anyone living in an urban environment.
If you’re a new prepper, here’s a list of 30 survival items that will help you and your family survive most temporary disasters for up to two weeks.
These medicinal herbs are natural painkillers. They aren’t as strong as morphine, but they can at least make the pain more tolerable.
Hypothermia claims the lives of over 1,000 people in the U.S. every year. This is why you need to be prepared to keep warm without relying on your furnace. #urbansurvivalsite #wintersurvival #blackout #winter #survival