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Raising Rabbits For Urban Survival

“Raising Rabbits. Living in an urban area has a few disadvantages, specifically a lack of space. Rabbits make a superb source of lean meat that can easily produce in any setting. They are quiet, fairly odorless when kept clean, prolific and can be quite complementary to a survival situation. Not only do they produce healthy lean […]

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How To Make A Bike Wheel Bow

“Could not find one of these anywhere – put it into Google but no joy – – guess I better make one myself. Rigid frame. Good power output. No knock required on arrows. Longer draw than a standard bow. Accurate. So very light. Simple to build. Cheap – cost £2.50 for proper catapult rubber preferred by […]

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6 Trees Every Survivalist Should Know & Why

“Now is a good time to go out and flag the following five trees before the leaves drop (except the pine). Revisit them in the winter and learn how to ID them by the bark alone. Then again in the Spring with the buds and new leaves. Here are 6 trees every survivalist should know […]

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Get Internet Access When Your Government Shuts It Down

“Does your government have an Internet kill-switch? Read our guide to Guerrilla Networking and be prepared for when the lines get cut. These days, no popular movement goes without an Internet presence of some kind, whether it’s organizing on Facebook or spreading the word through Twitter. And as we’ve seen in Egypt, that means that your […]

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Making A Survival Doll…

When all else fails, whether earthquake, tornado, terrorist attack, the rapture, or an alien invasion from outer space, you have only to grab your survival doll and run. Concealed within this innocent-looking, seemingly worthless doll is everything you will need to survive just about anything that could possibly happen… This tutorial has been moved to […]

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25 Ways You Can Be More Self Reliant Today

“There are a lot more than 25 ways to be more self reliant so use these tips as a creative nudge. Self reliant living has always been an important skill. From the Pilgrims to the generation that lived through the Depression and World War II the ability to survive and thrive during times of intense […]

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The Definitive Guide To Traditional Food Preparation & Preservation

“Before huge multinational corporations did it for us, humans had to figure out how to turn raw, unrefined formerly-living things into food that could be cooked or eaten. And before standup freezers, refrigerators, ice boxes, canned soup, bagged bread, tinned fish, and grocery stores hit the scene, we had to figure out how to preserve […]

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How Anyone Can Be More Self Sufficient

“I firmly believe that being self sufficient is one of the most important things a person can do. We rely on someone else for almost everything in our lives. We rely on the electric companies to keep our homes running. We rely on the propane companies to keep our homes heated. We rely on the […]

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How To Get Started On The Path To Providing For Your Family

“If you’re used to buying your groceries at the supermarkets, and/or have never raised animals or had a garden, trying to get started can certainly feel overwhelming. Why not get started, but just start small? Trying to do too much too quickly can be a recipe for burnout and frustration. Starting small will not only […]

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Survival Skills: How To Make A Torch

“Hollywood always makes everything look so easy. The scene opens with someone stuck in a cave, tunnel, temple or another suitable backdrop for an adventure movie. Our hero grabs up a leg bone from an expired adventurer, wraps it in rags and lights the contraption on fire to create a torch that seems to last […]

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