Wilderness Survival

Spyderco bushcraft alaska takedown bushplane shtf doomsday prep best survival blog

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?

Survival Knife, Survival Gear Review, Mel Perry, Parry Blade, SAS

Survival Gear Review: The Parry Blade

In the Mid 1990′s, Mel Perry, a Warrant Officer QGM, and a veteran of the well known 22nd Special Air Service Regiment (British SAS) saw the requirement for a new generation of of professional blades that could replace the legacy of survival tools that had been standard equipment for decades. 

water-purification-water-survival-emergency-preparedness-bug-out-bag-bugging-in-survival

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.

Wilderness Survival, Edibility Test, Survival Knife, Survival Rifle

The Survival Edibility Test (Before You Swallow)

Foraging on plants or wild fruits and berries in a survival situation is something that a lot of us have thought about but very few have researched and practiced.  Here is a guide for your survival salad bar.