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Survival Gear Review: Gränsfors Bruk Small Forest Axe

Growing up we had a what we called a “kitchen axe” that was bigger than a hatchet, but smaller than a felling axe. It was used for everything from making shavings and small kindling for fire starting, to larger kindling, to splitting small rounds and quarters for fire. The kitchen axe lived just outside the… Read More

Survival Gear Review: Milwaukee Sawzall

Created in 1951, the Milwaukee Sawzall has been destroying wood, metal, nails, bolts, pipe and stone ever since. With it’s few moving parts, fast blade…

Bug Out Travel Security

During an emergency situation or a full blown SHTF caused by any of a wide variety of events, a big part of the immediate concern…

Survival Shoes: Lace Up or Slip On

We know what you’re thinking.  What a silly question.  Anyway what possible difference does it make in the long run?   Well, go to your closet…