(Michael Mills is a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research at University of Kent (England). His doctoral work involves undertaking 3 years of research on the preparedness community in America. In this article he will explain some of the problems and misconceptions his research aims to address. This primarily […]
Every Day Carry
Despite the fact that the world is more connected than ever via devices like cell phones, computers, and walkie-talkies, there are still occasions when communications are in jeopardy. The occasional loss of a cell phone signal may not be cause for panic, but if communication is impossible and an emergency occurs, it is important to […]
Rules of Safe Gun Handling Guns are dangerous and if not handled carefully, can kill or mutilate you or someone else. The consequences of the misuse of guns are disastrous. Handling them in a safe way is the top priority once you own a gun. Remember to check the gun Make sure to always check […]
There are times in an emergency where being very visible is good and other times when being invisible are a must. In both cases smoke bombs can be a real lifesaver. A few small colored (red, yellow) smoke bombs carried in your field (e.g. hunting, hiking, fishing, etc.) survival kit can bring help to you […]
Clear description of valuable items to place in a kit to keep with you at all times!
Great starter list of life-saving items for winter camping and a Bug Out Bag!