Category: Gear

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One of the most popular questions in conversation games is the classical “Name three things you would bring with you on a deserted island”.And while many say books, their favorite movies, their partner, their dog or pictures of their loved ones, we say one of your three choices should definitely be a survival knife.Books and pictures are alright, but a survival knife can really make the difference between life and death in a tight spot while outdoors.But how do you choose? The possibilities seem ...
Ask a prepper what’s in his pockets, and he’ll tell you about his knife first, for sure. But just any knife will simply not do! And every prepper has his favorite one, so recommending the best knife will certainly not please everyone.But there are knives better than others and everyone agrees on that. And what’s even more important when choosing your knife is a set of criteria that you have to keep in mind before investing in one.The Way You Choose ItA knife is a personal thing and everyone has ...
Who knows what could happen tomorrow? This is the philosophy that most preppers live by. No matter the situation, when danger suddenly appears, a prepper’s heightened organization and awareness will greatly increase their chances of survival. There are roughly 3.7 million preppers in the United States, and each one most likely understands that being a prepper takes a lot of time and money. So how do you make sure that you’re being efficient? Apart from the necessities of food, clothing, and shel ...
EVERYDAY CARRY POCKET DUMPPipe ToolGeneric CzechI know that the IM Corona Old Boy has its own tools built in, but honestly, I never use them unless I’m walking around. Just too damn fiddly.Ash TrayThis was my grandmother’s. I used it growing up when I was a smoker (I know, I know). She actually gave it to me this year for my birthday. #nostalgiaPipeMissouri Meerschaum Corn Cob PipeLeft my custom briar in Canada, so back to the classic corn cobs for now.Folding KnifeVictorinox Alox PioneerPipe Li ...
Snapped up the Boker a while back. I wanted a modern version of the Case Sodbuster and this fit the bill. Really impressed with the fit and finish, except for the stupid glass breaker on the butt. Thankfully, I am resourceful and took a hacksaw to that nonsense and got rid of it.Also worthy of discussion is the awesome (and sporadically practical) True Utility Dawg. What will they think of next?EVERYDAY CARRY ITEM BREAKDOWN1. PlannerMoleskine Annual Weekly Pocket-Sized Planner2. Mini Keyrin ...
Given the fact that knives are among the oldest tools which humans have been using, there is no surprise that there has been a wide array of myths associated with this universal tool. These myths include the various types of knives, the way they should be used as well as with the proper ways that they should be maintained. Here are some facts which you may want to consider before purchasing a new knife, which may debunk some of the common knife myths many people have come to believe over time.1s ...
When it comes to being prepared for disasters great or small, readers of this blog know I like to have different options. That isn’t to say that I roll out of my house with 3 different kinds of each piece of gear on me and 5 others in the pack in the trunk, but I do have more than one way to skin a cat so to speak. For food, I have different types of food stored and methods of producing my own food. For water, I have stored water plus many different filtration options and methods to obtain more. ...
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