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Survival Info, Tips, Tricks and Bushcraft Tutorials 2016-12-22T23:44:18+00:00

Recurve, Compound, or Crossbow? What is The Best Choice For SHTF Scenario?

Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. 4.32/5 (102) Editor’s Note: This post has been contributed by Jennifer. If you have information for Preppers that you would like to share and possibly win a $300 Amazon Gift Card to purchase your own prepping supplies, enter the Prepper Writing Contest today. The bow has been used as an effective weapon for thousands of years and still continues to prove its worth in today’s weapons arena. As a matter of fact, with improved design and technology, the bow and arrow have only gotten better. You can now enjoy higher precision with your bow, thanks to features such as single pin bow sight. Every prepper ought to have a bow in their survival gear today, considering its endless benefits! If you find yourself in a SHTF scenario – whether it’s hunting, bugging out, post collapse, combat/self-defense, etc. – a bow will offer you more help than you can imagine. There are a variety of bows available today..

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Simple Tips To Keep Your Stuff Safe

Written by Laura Johnson on The Prepper Journal. 3.57/5 (68) How do you go about protecting all those new gadgets and gizmos you got at Christmas? You might be surprised to discover that there are many ingenious ways to keep your stuff safe other than keeping them on your person at all times or locking them up somewhere. 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. How to Keep Your Stuff Safe At Home When you’re home, the best way to keep everything safe is to sign up for a reputable monitored home security system, especially if living in an area where burglaries are relatively common, such as a city. If you’re deterred by the price, you might be surprised to learn that top security tools like ADT security can protect your home for as little as $9 a week. Besides keeping your stuff safe, your family will be protected, too. I..

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Recurve, Compound, or Crossbow? What is The Best Choice For SHTF Scenario?

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Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. 4.32/5 (102) Editor’s Note: This post has been contributed by Jennifer. If you have information for Preppers that you would like to share and possibly win a $300 Amazon Gift Card to purchase your own prepping supplies, enter the Prepper Writing Contest today. The bow has been used as an effective weapon for thousands of years and still continues to prove its worth in today’s weapons arena. As a matter of fact, with improved design and technology, the bow and arrow have only gotten better. You can now enjoy higher precision with your bow, thanks to features such as single pin bow sight. Every prepper ought to have a bow in their survival gear today, considering its endless benefits! If you find yourself in a SHTF scenario – whether it’s hunting, bugging out, post collapse, combat/self-defense, etc. – a bow will offer you more help than you can imagine. There are a variety of bows available today..

Simple Tips To Keep Your Stuff Safe

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Written by Laura Johnson on The Prepper Journal. 3.57/5 (68) How do you go about protecting all those new gadgets and gizmos you got at Christmas? You might be surprised to discover that there are many ingenious ways to keep your stuff safe other than keeping them on your person at all times or locking them up somewhere. 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. How to Keep Your Stuff Safe At Home When you’re home, the best way to keep everything safe is to sign up for a reputable monitored home security system, especially if living in an area where burglaries are relatively common, such as a city. If you’re deterred by the price, you might be surprised to learn that top security tools like ADT security can protect your home for as little as $9 a week. Besides keeping your stuff safe, your family will be protected, too. I..

The 11 Must-Haves in an Adventure Traveler’s Backpack

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Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. 3.77/5 (81) Editor’s Note: This post was contributed by Audrey. If you have information for Preppers that you would like to share and possibly win a $300 Amazon Gift Card to purchase your own prepping supplies, enter today. The very idea of adventure travel brings about an adrenaline rush in a lot of people. That feeling of skipping the daily routine, and entering a world of freedom and a little risk gives you wings. Getting out and exploring nature’s unseen mysticism is a dream for tens of thousands of travelers each year. The feeling of accomplishment the experience brings is a joy for any adventure-seeker. But hold on! Do you think adventure is always rainbows and butterflies? You’d be mistaken if you think so. v Constant state of Fighting for Survival Nature has its ways of making a traveler’s heart thump, arduous physical tasks like hiking steep mountain trails can make the journey a dif..

Ensure Your Family Has Safe Water If the Grid Goes Down

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Written by John Hertig on The Prepper Journal. 4.55/5 (84) Water is a critical component of life. Go without any for three days, and your chances of being dead are very high. We are used to water being available at every tap, water fountain and purveyor of beverages. The only problem is, this continuous availability of water depends on a lot of infrastructure, and if some or all of that collapses, water is going to “dry up” quickly. And if you head out into the wilderness, taps, fountains and retail sellers are few and far between. You should always be keeping an eye out to make sure you have “enough” water and/or a way to get water. Different Types of Water Water is water, but not all water is the same. There is pure water, just combinations of two Hydrogen atoms and one Oxygen atom (H2O). Generally the closest you can get to this is distilled water. This is useful and fairly harmless, although it is hypotonic (has a lower solute concentration tha..