Paracord is incredibly strong and very useful. This guide to paracord will show you how to use it for survival or for everyday uses.
After the collapse of civilization, you may need to scavenge for supplies. To do that, you’ll need to build a scavenger toolkit.
Fatwood is derived from certain softwood trees which are more flammable the other trees, making fatwood great for tinder and kindling.
Radio is still one of the most effective means of communication out there. However, you’ll need to know which frequencies to use.
Knives are the best survival tool for many reasons including appearance, versatility, durability, affordability, and more.
Making a lights out box is a great way to prepare in case you find yourself in the middle of the night with no power.
Becoming a ham radio operator is a natural fit for anyone wanting to be self-sufficient. Here’s how to get a ham radio license in the U.S.
A pill bottle survival kit is highly portable and so easy to carry, there’s little excuse for not taking it with you.
Although most people don’t realize it, the threat of nuclear war is greater than ever. Here’s what you’ll need to survive.
One thing that often gets overlooked by preppers is simple tools. Here are ten survival tools that every prepper should own.