My Hunter’s War

When I was 14-years-old, I would set up several modified rat traps for the purpose of trapping squirrels for both meat and fur. I accidentally ended up trapping a chipmunk instead. I feeling sorry for the unwanted kill, decided to…
Bushcraft 101 Review

As an outdoorsman and survivalist, I am always trying to find new books and articles regarding wilderness survival. I have read dozens of books about the art of wilderness survival. Of all of the books I have read about survival,…
The Two Stick Deadfall Trap

Don’t have paracord, string, or wire to trap small game in a survival situation? No problem! You can construct the two stick deadfall traps using only natural materials. You will need a large rock and two sticks, hence the name.…
The Basic Paracord Survival Snare

If you ever find yourself in a survival situation without cordage or wire, you may have a problem. However, you can avoid that problem by wearing a paracord bracelet when you are leaving home. You could also replace your shoe laces…
How to Make a Peg Trigger Snare

There are many different types of snare traps. One, however, is probably one of the most complex, yet effective. This snare is known as the trigger snare. There are several types of trigger snares. These include; peg trigger, motion trigger,…
Surviving With Rat Traps

  “What is the best survival trap on the market?” One might ask? The answer to that question would be RAT TRAPS. Below is a video by Blake Alma, the author of More Than Just a Rat Trap and the Editor-in-Chief…