One of the most overlooked pieces of tactical equipment for civilians, without question, is body armor. #urbansurvival #bodyarmor #survivalgear #tactical #emergencysupplies
A popular new trend in the prepper community is using gadget pouches and tool rolls to make survival kits and bug out bags. #urbandsurvivalsite #survivalkit #survivalgear #budget #frugal
There are lots of ways to communicate during a disaster, ranging from simple CB radios to fancy satellite phones. Here are the top 5 options.
Canadian Prepper came up with something he calls the “bug out roll.” Instead of digging through your bug out bag, you can just unroll this canvas bag.
This is part of a series on cheap items from Amazon. In this video, Cody talks about the cheapest survival kit on Amazon: the Kungix Outdoor Survival Kit.
By keeping all of your survival supplies at any one location you are setting yourself up for disaster. This is where survival caches come in.
Ham radio has become an increasingly popular tool for preppers. While it is fairly inexpensive, there are a few things you need to know before you get one.
This bicycle camper is light enough to pull behind you, yet it’s large enough for you stay out of the elements, relax, eat a meal, and even get some sleep.
Modern civilization has become so reliant on technology that we can’t cope at all without it. Here are some alternatives for when your tech fails you…
If you’re going to scavenge for supplies during a disaster, you’ll need certain tools such as bolt cutters, a lock pick set, a gas siphon pump, and more.