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Survival Gear Review: Spyderco Bushcraft Knife

A dog is a man’s best friend, and his knife is a close second.  With that said, I am often surprised when price is used as the limiting criteria of a new blade. What would you think if someone called a breeder and said what’s the best dog I can get for under $30? by… Read More

20 Things You Need in Your Get Home Bag

It may seem like Monday morning quarterbacking, but we want everyone to think about what happened recently in the SE United States to prepare.  When you prepare and plan ahead you limit the number of bad things that can happen to you and your family when a major storm or event hits your area. By… Read More

Urban Survival

To survive in the urban environment you will need to learn and use and whole new set of skills and tools than you might ordinarily consider in other survival situations.  Urban survival techniques and objectives are completely different from the survival skills you would use in the wilderness. By Dan C. – a contributing author… Read More

Survival Gear Review: Guide 10 Adventure Kit

With known electrical grid issues and the possibility of being in a remote area without electricity, the sun seems to be logical solution when the outlet is no longer available.  Although we never like to rely on survival gear that requires electricity, it often times can prove to be very useful. By Josh, a contributing… Read More

Survival Footwear

Ask any experienced backpacker or outdoors-man and they will tell you that the single most important piece of equipment is their shoes. Take away his or her knife, tent or jacket and a resourceful person may still find a way to survive but.... By FerFal, a special guest post for SurvivalCache.com Author of "Modern Survival… Read More

Survival Gear Review: Maxpedition Fatboy Versipack

How long have you been trying to find that “perfect” catch all EDC (Everyday Carry) bag?  Your search is over.  We take an in depth look at what may be the ultimate Tier Two bag from Maxpedition, the Fatboy Versipak. By Josh, a contributing author of SurvivalCache.com From the Manufacturer: The Maxpedition Fatboy Versipack Everyday… Read More

Shemaghs, A Survival “Must Have”

From time to time we get an update to an original article here at SurvivalCache that we want to share with our readers.  "30 Uses for a Bandanna" has been a very popular post and one of our readers has written a great update. When I deployed to the Middle East, I found that all… Read More

Survival Gear Review: G-Code Modular Holsters

Very few things get me as excited when it comes to survival gear, as a piece of good quality kit that allows me to easily use something for multiple applications.  I’ve been looking for a good modular holster system for quite awhile, now my search is over. By Scott of SurvivalCache.com When I work, I… Read More

SHTF vs TEOTWAWKI?

This past President's Day, all the satellite channels on my cable went out.  Annoying.  About an hour later all power in the house went out!  This is about how it would play out if a big CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) were to hit the earth. First the satellites and then some time delay later (depending… Read More

Book Review: LDS Preparedness Manual

Sometimes in life you get a pleasant surprise that makes you smile.  Then there are times when you are so surprised that you gasp with joy.  This was the case when I got the LDS Preparedness Manual and read it (Did we mention it is FREE). First of all let me start off by saying… Read More

Water Purification and Survival: Part 1

Nothing is more important to survival than a good water supply.  Our body is made up of about 60-80% water and cannot maintain its efficiency without a minimum of its daily water requirements.  The amount of water will vary depending on the climate and the amount of physical exertion. In a moderate climate with low… Read More