Signaling Survival Basics

Having the means to communicate can be a big thing if placed in any survival scenario. How would potential rescuers know you’re there? How would you then have an exchange of information between allies if supplies and gear are scarce?

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Shadow-Tip Method: Navigation

One way to use the sun and shadows to help find your way is the shadow-tip method or methods rather since we’ll be discussing two ways of going at it. Another would be the watch method where we use a common or analog watch, to determine direction, that also has hands.

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Improvised Water Filter: Improvised Gear

In this series of blog posts, we teach you how to make different improvised gear. Of which one can find handy to make for and in survival scenarios. For this post, we’re going to discuss how to make an improvised water filter – two ways actually.

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Homemade Pepper Spray: How – Improvised Weapons

In this series of blog posts, we teach you about different improvised weapons and how to make them. Improvised weapons that you’ll might need in a survival-type situation if firearms and manufactured items such as knives aren’t possible. For this post, we’re going to discuss how to make some homemade pepper spray.

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Shelter Survival Basics

To start off, shelter can protect you from a number of things; namely: the sun, insects, wind, rain, snow, hot or cold temperatures and the enemy. It also helps to maintain your morale and mental state for survival. Here are our shelter survival basics.

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