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When The Dust Settles: Part 2

When The Dust Settles: Part 2

THE 5C’S OF “THE DAY AFTER” There is a general rule of thumb that covers “event” or disasters be they local and generally small, or the “doomsday” type. For an easy way to remember them , I call them the

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Planning For The SHTF Event Parts 2 and 3

Planning For The SHTF Event Parts 2 and 3

PART II     THE 3 OPTIONS     You have now survived whatever the event was. If you have not been scooped up by the authorities, such as police or National Guard, and still have freedom of action you have three basic options

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Most Combat Knife Training and Knife Training Videos Are Not Based In Reality

Most Combat Knife Training and Knife Training Videos Are Not Based In Reality

I have been laying down posts on all kinds of subject matter that comes to my mind and resisting lying this one down, but I felt I really have to since this is an article about combat knives in all

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Morel Mushroom Hunting Guide

Morel Mushroom Hunting Guide

Follow John Royer as he hunts for morel mushrooms in western Pennsylvania. John shares his tips and tactics for finding morels and showing how to identify morel trees such as the Slippery Elm, Tulip, White Ash and Apple trees. John

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Man Punches Kangaroo Choking Hunting Dog

Man Punches Kangaroo Choking Hunting Dog

Watch this man punch a kangaroo to save his dog from choking.  In efforts to save his hunting dog from choking, a man runs up to a kangaroo and starts a fist fight between the two. Would you do this to save your

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Bill Busbice, a TV Star, Sentenced for Elk Poaching in Wyoming

Bill Busbice, a TV Star, Sentenced for Elk Poaching in Wyoming

Bill Busbice, host of Wildgame Nation on the Outdoor Channel has reportedly been sentenced for intentionally allowing an antlerless elk to go to waste and for hunting without a proper license. According to the Star Tribune, Busbice appeared before Lincoln County Circuit

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Building a Log Cabin Fire

Building a Log Cabin Fire

There are dozens of different ways to start a fire. The Log Cabin Fire is an efficient way to burn large, wet wood. It can be easily assembled by first setting up a teepee fire lay. Then around your teepee fire

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Making an Ammo Box Tent Stove without Welding

Making an Ammo Box Tent Stove without Welding

Below is a video showing you how to an ammo box tent stove without welding. It takes time, but it takes very little money. Well worth it!

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How to Make a Frog Trap

How to Make a Frog Trap

There is not a better time of year to trap and eat bullfrogs than now. Frog hunting and trapping makes an awesome sport and an awesome meal. Frogs legs taste very similar to chicken. Learning how to trap these critters

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The Basic Hurricane Survival Guide

The Basic Hurricane Survival Guide

On average there will be two major hurricanes every year and being prepared for disaster to strike is essential, regardless of how unlikely a disaster. Every few months the news broadcasts footage of damage caused by tropical storms, more often

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