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What's the overall best recurve bow for 2017? Take a look at our in-depth comparison tables and our guide to help you make a top bow choice this year.
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What is our pick for the best survival bow in 2017? Take a look at our buying guide, comparisons, and mini-reviews of the SAS, Nomad, Spectre and more!
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An in-depth review of the SAS Tactical Survival Bow is on it's way, in the meantime checkout this video review and our overview of the specs of the product and a little bit about the manufacturer.... LEARN MORE SAS Tactical - A compact, folding survival bow Quick Navigation Key FeaturesVideo Reviews...
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A desperate cry for help from The New York Times: "is there any way out?"
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It’s not uncommon for a new Glock 43 buyer to spend hours researching their options on holsters before making a purchase. Unfortunately, many underestimate the important role the holster plays in c…
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Fire is so crucial for survival in the wild especially when lost or just taking an adventure. Ever wondered why almost every person starts a fire whether camping or just taking an adventure? In a short while, I will show you exactly why fire is so important in the world and why you must know how to…
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By Lisa S – The Bug Out Bag Guide When bugging out, your foremost consideration (after ensuring you do, indeed, have the essentials for survival) is weight – you can’t use what you can’t carr…
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I first got the idea to build an integrally suppressed shotgun while watching an episode of Sons of Guns. They had built an integrally suppressed AK47, so the suppressor didn't extend out much further than the barrel. I don't exactly have the proper tools to build one myself, but I figured the same…
thegoodgun.com
Top hunting and fishing tools for the UK This list does not include firearms as they are not really accessible here in the UK but obviously you can get these items all throughout the world…
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Get the greatest sleep outdoors on the best cots!If you know you’re going to a place that’s hotter than you’re used to, or if you’re old bones might be asking for a break from sleeping on the ground, then it might be time to get a cot for camping. We’re here to show you the […]
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How to Make a Homemade Long Bow With Wood From the Hardware Store in under 10 total hours. A detailed post and great weekend project that anyone can do.
survivalistprepper.net|By Survivalist Prepper
Free Emergency Preparedness Gear. Get free survival gear for yourself or family. Giveaways available so you can win even more free gear.
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When the SHTF, survival as a family will have different challenges then a lone survivor. Let's take a look at what your family can do to prepare
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I’ll admit it, I’m a huge fan of the ubiquitous 2-liter soda bottles. And like 5-gallon buckets, I think they’re far too under-utilized by preppers. In fact, 2-liter soda bottles can be used in a variety of ways and I would…Read more ›
rethinksurvival.com|By reThinkSurvival
As a regular reader of several “survival/prepper” blogs, and being a long term prepper and a survivalist well before the term became fashionable, I often shake my head in wonderment at some of the articles on the net! Everyone that … Continue reading →
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Whether you’re at home, at work, in a public place, or on vacation, the following tips will help you secure, disguise, hide, or make it easier to track down your stuff.
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