Category Archives for Survivalist

Garmin Oregon vs Montana: Which GPS Should You Buy?

When it comes to GPS devices one of the first brands that will come up is Garmin. Garmin was founded in 1989 by Dr. Min Kao and Gary Burrell. Their goal was to bring Global Positioning System technology

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The Best Bear Spray Brands for Savvy Campers

Bears. For many of us, just saying the word is enough to send shivers down our spines and invoke nightmarish mental images of 500-pound pulverizers and a particularly unpleasant ordeal suffered by Leo

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Best Outdoor Survival Food Ideas to Always Have Ready

Best Outdoor Survival Food Ideas to Always Have Ready

Emergency preparedness is an important thing, regardless of where you live. Outdoor survival is particularly important if you are someone that spends time camping or exploring in settings removed from

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Top 3 Best Survival lighters

Top 3 Best Survival Lighters to Keep The Fire Going

Fire is high on the list of survival priorities, second only to shelter. If you’re caught outdoors in bad weather you need to get a fire going to help you keep your core temperature up. In any long-term

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comparing the jetboil zip vs flash - find out which is best

Comparing the Jetboil Zip vs Flash – Find Out Which is Best [2018 Update]

The and serve the same purpose, but the two cousins are not the same. The type of portable cooking system you choose during your adventures depend on a variety of factors such as whether you are traveling

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Benchmade Barrage Review - Is This Knife Worth the Money?

Benchmade Barrage Review – Is This Knife Worth the Money?

There’s an old saying along the lines of if the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. There’s no such thing as a tool that’s suited for every task you’ll encounter in

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Kershaw Skyline Knife Review – Good Enough?

Kershaw Skyline Knife Review – Good Enough?

There are as many reasons for carrying a knife every day as there are people who do it. With a good knife in your pocket you’re always ready to open a stubborn package or cut the seat belt that’s holding

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The Ultimate Lightweight Bear Cannisters – Beat the Bears!

The days of simply hanging up your food in a bag suspended by a rope over a tree branch are long gone. While some campers and backpackers now use an improved suspended bag technique, others are switching

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Review: After Action Report on the Camelbak Trizip

Originally meant for military purposes, the Camelbak Trizip also works as an effective travel backpack. The triple zipper design and adjustable features ensure that gear can be easily accessed while the

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leatherman charge multitool review

Review: Our Take on the Leatherman Charge TTI

Before getting into the fool review, it’s helpful to understand a bit about the background of multi-tools. How Did Multi-tools Come About? Pocket knives have been around for a long time. The oldest

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