I think many of you will have seen this review coming. When Kershaw announced the “Pub” by Dmitry Sinkevich, I was beyond excited. It seems to me that Spyderco was always the de facto “weird ‘lil knives” company, but recently I have found myself straying and loving these new quirky offerings from other mainstream brands. As I have written about before, after so many reviews it’s exhausting to rehash another 3 inch drop point dressed in black G-10. I want something new to talk about and hell, if nothing else: this is definitely new. Kershaw Pub Sinkevich Multi-Function EDC Keychain Knife – Amazon / Blade HQ The most interesting aspect of the Pub is the weird optical illusion it has when using that keychain attachment feature you can see below. Believe it or not, it is the blade. Objectively, I am aware this design is more of a “look what I can do” in terms of design origins. Certainly not the quickest draw in the pack and a lot of the features are a consequence of an inventive knife ..
You are here: HomeCurrent EventsAre We Really Capable of Shooting Down North Korean Missiles? Are We Really Capable of Shooting Down North Korean Missiles? 5 comments September 20, 2017 Current Events Featured Posts According to some analysts, Americans may be overly confident in our military’s ability to shoot down North Korean missiles if the country were to attempt to strike. Maybe the reason we haven’t shot down North Korea’s test missiles is that we can’t. While we all certainly hope that our military would be able to successfully defend the country against incoming missiles, we need to be prepared for any possibility. According to an article by Joe Cirincione of Defense One, the reason we don’t shoot down North Korea’s missiles when they fire them over Japan is because… We don’t have the capability. Joe Cirincione is the president of Ploughshares Fund and the author of several books about nuclear weapons, including..
Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. Editors Note: Another guest contribution from John D to The Prepper Journal. As always, if you have information for Preppers that you would like to share and possibly receive a $25 cash award as well as be entered into the Prepper Writing Contest with a chance to win one of three Amazon Gift Cards with the top prize being a $300 card to purchase your own prepping supplies, enter today. They say that if you don’t study history, you are doomed to repeat it. Well then, what can we learn from the past that can help us better prepare for the hard times we know are coming? In an effort to understand hard-times, the Great Depression may offer the best opportunity for learning. Families lost their homes and businesses due to foreclosure, and shantytowns sprang up across the country as a refuge for the homeless. Unemployed men traveled the railways to different locations, desperately searching for work. Bread lines and soup kitchens were t..
What type of injury do you think will be most common after the SHTF? There are many good answers, but it really depends on the nature of the disaster. Obviously, earthquakes will lead to injuries from falling objects whereas floods will lead to hypothermia and lacerations. But there is one type of injury that occurs […] The post How to Build a Gunshot Wound Kit appeared first on Urban Survival Site.
September 19, 2017 Complete Guide To The Most Efficient Camp Or Survival Fire Ever. Video from Survival Russia. Siberian Log Fire: Most Efficient Camp And Survival Fire All rights goes to the author of the video. This is a shared YouTube link. Source Related
September 19, 2017 It’s been a long wait, but the Desert Tech MDR bullpup rifle is now in production and shipping to their new owners and dealers. The MDR, or Micro Dynamic Rifle, is a multicaliber bullpup currently available in .308, .300BLK and 5.56mm. Military Arms Channel takes the DT MDR out to the range for the first time to get a feel for how it shoots. New Desert Tech MDR .308 Bullpup All rights goes to the author of the video. This is a shared YouTube link. Source Related
September 19, 2017 Check out Paul Harrell`s Top five guns for deer hunting. Paul Harrell`s Top five guns for deer hunting All rights goes to the author of the video. This is a shared YouTube link. Source Related
Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal. Editors Note: A guest contribution from Dakota Murphey to The Prepper Journal. While the subject is security for empty buildings it applies to any remote structure, especially a hunting or fishing cabin, a SHTF family compound, and even to remote gardens with structures owned by “city-folks” preppers! And, as always, if you have information for Preppers that you would like to share and possibly receive a $25 cash award as well as be entered into the Prepper Writing Contest with a chance to win one of three Amazon Gift Cards with the top prize being a $300 card to purchase your own prepping supplies, enter today. Does a disused building really need security? After all, it’s empty – what could possibly go wrong? The answer is yes! It’s a common misconception that vacant premises don’t need maintenance or security. In many cases, an empty building is more susceptible to damage, criminal activity and hefty insurance claims than an oc..
You are here: HomeAllHurricane Maria Could Take Out Power in Puerto Rico Indefinitely and It’s Too Late to Prepare Hurricane Maria Could Take Out Power in Puerto Rico Indefinitely and It’s Too Late to Prepare 7 comments September 19, 2017 All Current Events Featured Posts Prepping It seems like no one can catch a break this hurricane season. Many islands, including the US territory of Puerto Rico, are taking a second hit from Hurricane Maria just over a week after Hurricane Irma tore through the region, and in their already weakened state, the damage could take out the power indefinitely. Dominica was devastated last night Hurricane Maria reached Category 5 levels yesterday just before making landfall in Dominica. The small island was absolutely devastated. No respecter of persons, it even ripped the roof off of the home of the Prime Minister. Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit posted on F..
Do more with less. It’s a motto that most survivalist’s live by; but it doesn’t stop at your emergency preparedness plans… It’s something that you can take with you across all aspects of your life, especially your next camping trip. We’ve been working hard to update this list and think you’re going to find these unique camping hacks both fun and useful. Impress your friends and little ones and make life easier with these 26 “weird” camping hacks to try on your next trip. 1. Craft a “drinkable lantern: When the season calls for some time away from it all, no one else is more excited to put the preparedness or survival skills to the test than folks like us. And there is no better way to approach camping than with these unique and surprising hacks. Of course, the traditional Boy Scout survival skills are always welcome, but it’s also refreshing to think out of the box sometimes. Check out these camping hacks we have pulled from our previous posts (plus some new ones!) Just remember, t..