What Should Go into a Survival First Aid Kit?

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Everyone should have at least a basic survival kit at home just in case disaster strikes. A survival first aid kit is one of the most important preparations for any sort of disaster or event. What Is a Survival First Aid Kit? A survival first aid kit is a bit more equipped than just a regular everyday first aid kit …

Flint Knapping for Beginners

Flint Knapping for Beginners

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Flint knapping for beginners *This article was submitted as a guest publication by an outside source.* Making a knife from a flint stone is easier than you think, it only takes a few minutes to make a razor sharp edge. It’s called knapping, don’t worry it’s just a posh word for snapping flint! First you need the right stone, flint …

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 …

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 …

My Camp Gear

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Most of these items will have an individual review in our Product Review section. Hey guys, Sgt. Prepper here. I’m an admin here at SurviveUK. This is just a little bit about what gear I have in my pack as standard at the moment. Its not a full comprehensive review about everything I have but what I generally carry with me every …

Knowing When To Bug Out

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Those who are prepared for survival situations know that a bug out may come. A bug out is exactly how it sounds. It means it’s time to get out of dodge. Bugging out may mean you’ll have to get where you’re going by walking. When To Bug Out can only be decided by you. If this is the case, then you …

Hacks to Start Homesteading Even if You Have Almost No Money!

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Homesteading is all about self sufficiency, sustainability and lifestyle change. It is about no longer being reliant on service delivery but being resourceful and living off the land and with nature. These ten hacks will have you homesteading for cheap! Planting a Vegetable Garden This is the first thing to do for successful homesteading. Community living has become the latest …

Edible Insects:The Alternative Protein People are Buzzing About

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  Interested in a more diverse set of foods that you can eat—especially in times of stress and shortage? Then it might be time to consider an easily available yet mostly overlooked source of protein: insects. Take crickets: They require less feed than animal sources of protein. When compared with those same animal sources, insects don’t need as much water …