For as long as I can remember reading survivalist dogma well over fifty years for this author, one the central themes has always been how best to arm the fort for the onslaught of bad guys and the unprepared looking to steal your food and loot. Today they are called Zombies. Whatever!
As a daily knife user and avid shooter, I’ve been looking for a product that would clean, lubricate, and protect my tools, with a special interest in my EDC knives. My EDC knife faces a lot of dirt, grime, dust, and lint.
Many preppers will be seriously considering an evacuation to a secondary home, Bug Out Location, or other hideout in the event of a SHTF scenario. One assumes then some kind of transportation vehicle along with weapons has to be in the mix.
The Spyderco Sage 2 is the second knife in Spyderco’s Sage series of knives, which pay tribute to different knife makers who have brought a revolutionary features to knife locking design. The design of each Sage knife centers around a knife maker and the design feature they are known for.
When we started researching emergency food more than two years ago we found that most foods out there fit into 4 categories. Freeze Dried, MREs, Long Term Staples (rice, beans, flour, etc) and Food Bars. In the Food Bar category we found one that stood out.
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.
One of the purpose built survival weapons that I always found interesting was the M6 Scout made by Springfield Armory. Based on the design for …
The Original SOL Heatsheets Emergency Bivvy from Adventure Medical Kits was something we had to try for ourselves. We liked the weight and the cost but could it replace the emergency space blanket that people keep in their cars? The answer, Yes.
The Surefire G2X Pro is a polymer-bodied (Nitrolon) version of the 6PX Pro. It is the replacement for the G2 LED, now discontinued, and heir apparent to the standard G2. We put it through the paces at SurvivalCache to see if it lived up to the SureFire name.
When I first saw this water filter by MSR it really caught my eye. At just 7.4 oz and a filtration rate of 3 liters …
Whether you bug in or bug out, lighting resources are an essential gear item. If I ever go to the poor house it will be because I have spent too much on knives, guns, and lights. I have a bunch of these items, some good, some bad, and some outright worthless.
In this review I compared two knives made by the same company. I recently bought the new Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife which is made by Gerber and compared it to the Gerber ASEK LMF II Survival Knife, which I have had for a couple of years now.