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Sponge Bath: Keep Clean Without Running Water

Editors Note:  If you are faced with a situation where there is either no running water or no official tub/shower facilities its nice to...

Survival Water From A Tree

This is a pretty nice video from Rob at Sigma 3 Survival school that illustrates how to fairly easily get water from a tree....

How to use Sandbags To Stop Water or Bullets

Sandbags have been used for a long time to keep us safe in dangerous situations. Safe from rising flood-waters and from incoming rounds in...

Survival Basics – Water

One, if not the most important aspect of Emergency Preparedness to get right is developing a plan for how you will obtain water. You...

APPLYING THE ART OF TRACKING

Editor’s note: This is the fourth of five installments in a series of articles by guest author Kyt Lyn Walken on tracking and...

Past Writing Contest Winners

Round One Grand Prize - How to Make a Prepper – Benjamin Burns2nd Place - 12 Prepper Challenges...
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OBSERVATION IN TRACKING

The Power of the Glance Editor's note: This is the second installment in a series of articles by guest...
SAM SPLINT II

SAM Splint II

  • Specifically designed to meet military requirements
  • Easily molded to fit most fractures
  • Both lightweight and strong
  • Waterproof, Reusable, Easy to clean, Compact
  • Impervious to environmental extremes
  • Includes illustrated step-by-step instructions
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Remembering Y2K

Anyone else remember Y2k with fondness? What did you do to prepare?
AR500 Armor® Phoenix Backpack + MREs

Armored Backpack/MRE deal

  • Integrated Level IIIA compliant soft armor + trauma pad to reduce energy transfer and backface deformation
  • Backpack weighs around 3 lb.
  • Large Main Pocket size: 18” x 13” x 9" (with laptop sleeve)
  • Medium Front pocket size: 10” x 10”
  • Small pocket Size: 6” x 10”
  • 3 of our MRE meal kits
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Get Me Home Bag

Every prepper has heard of the bug out bag. But do you have a Get Me Home Bag?

How To Hunt Game Using Long Range Rifle Scopes

Editor's Note: I know, Summer is hardly begun, some kids still have a long Summer breaks in front of them while some return to...

Things You Can Cook Over a Fire

Editor's Note: A guest contribution from Scott Huntington to The Prepper Journal. Before we had ovens, cooktops and microwaves, there was only one way to...

Nutritious Food Plants You Can Harvest Quickly

Editor's Note: A guest submission to The Prepper Journal from Raymond Poole. Raymond Poole is an organic cooking and gardening fanatic. He spends his...

How to Make Sure Your Stuff Lasts Forever — or Close to It

Editor's Note: A guest contribution from Scott Huntington to The Prepper Journal. Whether you live primarily off the grid and rarely venture to town or...

Prepare for Disaster with a Portable Generator

Living or working in a disaster-prone area always requires that you be prepared for the worst. When a natural disaster strikes, you might not...

Reflectors and Mylar: Home, Garden and On The Go

There are all kinds of ways windshield reflectors and space blankets can make life easier and increase our capabilities as preppers, both everyday and...

Mobility vs Armored: Which is Better?

Survival is more of an art than a science and there are as many opinions on the “right” way to do it as there...

Survival of the Richest: How the World’s Financial Elite are Preparing for Armageddon

As we normal folks prepare for emergencies, disasters and the like, I was curious as to how one might approach this should "money be...

How to Prep for an Earthquake

Editor's Note: A contribution from Scott Huntington to The Prepper Journal. As a native and one who has been through multiple earthquakes I...

Modern Minuteman – Wilderness Skills

Editor's Note: As we prepare to celebrate our Republics 243rd birthday what could be more appropriate than a third installment of R. Ann Parris's...

Safety Hacks Every Newbie Camper Should Know

Editors Note: A guest post from Anna Katrina from across the pond. Going camping soon? Avoid big and small discomforts and inconveniences and camp in...

Prepping Your Truck In Case You Have to Live Out of It

Whether you’re out of work and lose your house, in a natural disaster, or SHTF scenario or are one of the sole survivors of...

Really, the FIRST Day, Really?

June 21st - The beginning of Summer north of the equator, the longest day of the year (daylight vs. night) and the Summer Solstice,...

Why Do Preppers Need to Know Basic Plumbing?

As a homeowner I will be the first to admit that I would rather change out a 220v circuit breaker during a hurricane while...

Survive and Thrive, in Spite of the Media

It’s a jungle out there! Yep, that’s the title of a song by Randy Newman. In one of the lines, he sings “there’s confusion...

Upcycling for Preppers – Pool Noodles

Fear not, you’re not going to see cutesy flowers, beer floats, or kiddie obstacle courses. Pool noodles have way more...

Important Tips for Backpacking with Your Dog

Editor's Note: A timely guest contribution from Dennis as the weather and the mid year holidays see more and more of us getting off...

Practical Prep: Range Tips

For many preppers, static square ranges are the only opportunity to put rounds through the barrel. They do have some limitations, and they can...

Where Have All the Adults Gone?

I can set the tone of the article by stating that the following item was returned by Google when I searched "Who Governs our...