Alright, take a moment and imagine with me, you have been a “Survivalist” for a couple of years. Every paycheck you try to set aside a few dollars to put towards emergency supplies. Thanks to your frugality and foresight you have been able to stock enough supplies to last you for some time.
Eye protection. It‘s essential. There is no getting around it, if you find yourself working with firearms, power tools, heavy machinery, ATVs, etc. You know how important it is to have good eye pro.
How long have you been looking for a portable water filtration system, but have not been able to justify the expense and weight of a full size filter for your Go-Bag? We found a solution, the Aquamira Frontier Pro Water Filter.
Planning for emergency food and water is your parent’s job right? If your parents are not of the emergency preparedness mind set then it is up to you to make sure you and your family are prepared. Are you a teenage survivalist?
Having the right tools for survival is important at any age. If you are a teenager then acquiring these tools can be difficult depending on your age and local laws. One thing you can do is prove to your parents that you are up the task.
If you are an old dinosaur like some of us then you have been acquiring the tools needed for survival for decades. If you are not quite so long in the tooth, you may have just started preparing for a SHTF or TEOTWAWKI event but you still have the legal right to make all of the decisions needed.
The survivalists’ old standby for hunting small game has always been a small .22 rifle or pistol. While definitely no replacement for a good rifle, the pellet gun offers several advantages in a survival situation, here are a few to think about.
At SurvivalCache we are always looking for the latest Survival Gear to review and possibly add to our Bug Out Bag, EDC, Emergency Home Kit, or Emergency Car Kit. We recently came across the SureFire LX2 Flashlight and let’s just say that we were impressed.
Would you know what to do if you met a bear in the woods? How exactly do you light a fire in the rain? What should you do if stranded in shark infested waters? Get the answers to these and many more questions in this no nonsense guide to survival training.
The machete is an extremely effective survival tool. It combines the chopping power of the hatchet with the finesse of the knife. There are many different styles of machetes designed for different tasks. Here are some of the basic types and their uses: