Thursday, January 20, 2022

The Survival Medic

Best Survival Books for Learning

In today's speed-of-light society, with websites, blogs, and videos, one ancient information source endures: the book. Its worth is particularly apparent during crises—such as when the Internet isn't accessible. Here are some suggestions for great survival books in no particular order...

Neck Knives: Everything You Need to Know

The Skinny On Neck Knives Survival knives come in all shapes and sizes, and can be carried almost anywhere on the body. Neck knives make great survival knives because they are easy to put on and use, and are difficult to lose....

Winter Survival Skills & Tips: How to Survive Extreme Cold

Winter poses a genuine survival risk. Every year people die from exposure and sub-zero temperatures from being stranded in cars or lost in a blizzard. The winter season can bring unpredictable weather patterns where temperatures can plummet as wind-chill...

How to Find Water in the Wild

Getting lost or stranded in the wild is something that could happen to just about anyone. And if you are that unlucky person, finding water in the backcountry is going to be a matter of life or death. Finding...

7 Habits For Survivalists and Preppers

Here we have seven habits that can help you to become not just better survivalists and preppers, but better humans. Let's get to it. Habit 1. Take charge of your life You are responsible for your own life and well-being. Take...

Ka-Bar Becker BK2 Knife Review

Ka-Bar’s Becker BK2 survival knife is one of today’s most popular fixed blade knives. It is very popular with hikers, campers, and survivalists. I’m going to present you with a detailed review of this Becker BK2 “Campanion” knife. You will...

Using a Traditional Sling as a Weapon for Survival

One of the basic philosophies governing survival is redundancy. Two is one and one is none. I’m not just talking about having redundant survival gear such as having both a survival knife and axe to help procure materials for a shelter and...

How to Store Water for Long-Term Emergencies?

Many people exhibit some level of confusion when it comes to “treating” water for storage. Let’s see what we can do to eliminate some of that confusion! Put simply, the way you “treat” your water for storage depends on two...

Adventure Survival Races: 7 of the Toughest Survival Trials Around

You think you are pretty tough? Even the burliest of dudes out there fall short in these adventure survival races. Think running a marathon in jungles, mountains, through rivers, in the wilderness, and then doing that continuously all day...

Wilderness & Survival Quotes To Get You Outdoors and Inspired

Here are some quotes that have inspired me to try and live up to a life worth living. Traveling Quotes "O, Wanderess, WanderessWhen did you feel yourmost euphoric kiss?Was I the sourceof your greatest bliss?"- Roman Payne “Not all who wander are lost.”  -...

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