Our primitive ancestors successfully hunted for thousands of years by using simple weapons like rocks, clubs, spears, bolas, slings, gigs, atlatls, and more. #urbansurvivalsite #survival #weapons #primitive #wildernesssurvival
We can’t be with our kids at all times, and there’s always the chance they’ll get lost. If that happened, would your kids know what to do if they were on their own in a survival situation? #urbansurvivalsite #survivalskills #basicskills #children #survive
American Amish communities function from a power grid far superior to our antiquated electrical system – “God’s Grid.” #urbansurvivalsite #lostways #amish #offgrid #homesteading
Contour lines measure the distance above sea level. By examining these lines, you can see exactly where all the hills and valleys are, thus avoiding any steep hills or cliffs. #urbansurvivalsite #map #howto #survivalskills #buggingout
The survival skills necessary to navigate a city during a disaster – whether it’s a major disaster such as a foreign attack or a personal disaster such as a robbery – are quite different from the skills many preppers may be accustomed to. #urbansurvivalsite #streetsurvival #survivalskills #urbansurvival #selfdefense
There are many different survival skills that could prove invaluable in a disaster scenario. Some of these skills—such as marksmanship or the ability to preserve food—receive a lot of attention, while others often fly under the radar. #urbansurvivalsite #survival #survivalskills #disaster #emergency
Knots can be very useful. They can be used for boating, construction, and various DIY projects. This video covers seven essential knots.
The list of survival skills that could potentially be useful during a disaster scenario is nearly endless. However, some skills are more important others.
This article offers 26 snares that catch wildlife of all shapes and sizes, including both fish and mammals. There are detailed instructions and diagrams.
In a desperate situation, taking what isn’t yours might be your only hope of survival. Here’s how to use a Coke can to shim a padlock.