Mora Light My Fire Review

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Here is our Mora Light My Fire Review.   Some general stats on the Mora Light My Fire. The blade is made of Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel. It is 8.5″ in length with a 3.75″ blade. It has a polypropylene sheath with a belt clip and the Light My Fire firesteel in the handle.   Well, I don’t particularly like Mora’s. I’m …

Sawyer Mini Review

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Sawyer Mini Review Well this is something that I am very excited about and also very scared. Obviously at this point in writing I have yet to use the Sawyer Mini, so I’m excited to find out how good it will work (if at all), and I also feel rather sick knowing I must find some nasty body of disease infested water and start chugging down on it …

Top hunting and fishing tools for the UK

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Top hunting and fishing tools for the UK This list does not include firearms as they are not really accessible here in the UK but obviously you can get these items all throughout the world so its worth having a look. Knife A good knife is the most important tool any prepper/hunter/bushcrafter can carry. It should always be attached to …

TBS Boar Review

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Here is our TBS Boar Review. Here are some specs on the TBS Boar: N695 Stainless Steel – 5mm thickness or K720 High Carbon Tool Steel – 4mm thickness Both steels come with a 4 3/8″ (110mm) blade length and 4 3/4″ (120mm) handle length. There are various woods and micarta scales along with several different sheath options for both left and right handed draw including …

Boker Plus Valkyrie Knife Review

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Time for the Boker Plus Valkyrie Knife Review.   Here’s some basic info for you. Its 440C stainless steel with an 18.3 cm blade, its 32.2 cm overall and has a 0.6mm thickness. Its got a micarta handle and a leather sheath with two points to secure the blade. It costs something in the area of £120.   So this is a sort of high-mid end …

How to Scavenge and Secure Resources in the Post-Apocalyptic World

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How to Scavenge and Secure Resources in the Post-Apocalyptic World   So here we are talking about maybe a few years after SHTF and the majority of the planets population has gone. If you have watched The Walking Dead, or really any zombie movie, you will have an idea of what the environment you will be surviving in will look …

5 vehicles to scavenge or secure in the event of a disaster

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5 vehicles to scavenge or secure in the event of a disaster.   In a disaster or post-apocalyptic event these vehicles are usually obvious for other scavengers, so they can be hard to find un-looted, but they could still hold potential resources if you know what you are doing.   Ambulance – Scavenge Now everybody knows that medical supplies will be useful …

Choosing the Right Survival Shelters

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If when SHTF you are planning to bugout or your bug-in plan has been compromised you may be forced to take shelter elsewhere and Choosing the Right Survival Shelters could be a matter of life and death. Survival shelters are as varied as the people that build and live in them. Some shelters are so simple you can keep all of …

Honshu Boshin Bowie Review

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From the forges of United Cutlery, we bring you, the Honshu Boshin Bowie Review. Here’s a bit of basic info for you. Its made of 7CR13 stainless steel. Its got an oversized, but not enormous rubberised handle. Its got a 9 1/2 inch blade and is 15 1/4 inches overall. It costs around £45. I consider aesthetics quite a lot when …