10 Tips To Choose The Best Tactical Knife

We have spent a lot of time outdoors and at home testing and researching tactical knives to find the best qualities you need to keep an eye out for when choosing a tactical knife. On the outset, if you do want a great performing tactical knife that delivers a top-of-the-line … read more

8 Best Military Backpacks For The Organized Person

No matter what you do in life, if you are someone that likes the functionality of well-made military gear, then there is no going past military backpacks. They are quality in design, and downright useful with their separate compartments and practical innovations. For me, I enjoy the sturdiness military backpacks … read more

10 Best Paracord Uses For Survivalists

Parachute cord, or paracord as it is more formally known, is the interweaving stitch of durability, innovation and multiple usage, all in one bundle. There is no need for me to convince you of the practicality behind paracord. It is relentless in how it can be used. Even astronauts in … read more

Survival Cards: 5 Real Uses Of A Credit Card-Sized Survival Kit

Survival cards are extraordinarily helpful survival tools and are almost invisible with their credit card-sizing and lightweight feel. But they do have some very real applications for food and survival when you are in the wild. As a survivalist myself, I have always ignored the use of survival cards, considering … read more

Survival Gear: The 10 Essential Items You Need To Stay Alive Outdoors

Anyone who enjoys the outdoors knows that there are some must-haves when it comes to basic survival gear for those difficult situations, outdoors necessities or when you are hiking through the wilderness and things take a turn for the worst. Survival expert David Canterbury, Dual Survival former host and author of A … read more

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Primitive Bushcraft: 10 Projects, Skills & Structures That Don’t Need Tools

This survivalist has more than 6 million subscribers and has never spoken a single word Bushcraft is a pioneering skill It was bushcraft skills that made the exploration of the Coppermine River by Samuel Hearne in 1770, and many other explorations and expeditions of the frontier period, possible as those … read more

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Seventy2 Survival Kit Review: Does it Really Work?

The bug out bag designed by survivalists and backed by investors, let’s see if it’s worth it The Seventy2 is a 72-hour survival kit was designed on the recommendations from trained special forces professionals, mountain guides, first responders, survivalists and doctors and funded by the grueling investment show Shark Tank for … read more

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Dog Out Bag: What You Need In A Dog Survival Kit

We’ve always got the best and most practical kit for ourselves, but when it comes to our pets there are some needs that they have as well. This is why if you have a four-legged friend, you should be setting up a dog survival kit with the essentials that will … read more