Choosing the right survival knife

How to Choose The Right Survival Knife

When it comes to choosing the right survival knife for you, nothing beats getting the chance to see it in person. Purchasing online is certainly easier but you can’t truly get a feel for the knife as much as going in to a store. During this guide we are going to try and help you choose the right survival knife for you. Aren’t They All The Same Not all knives are created equal and depending…

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Hygiene and Sanitation Following a disaster

Hygiene and Sanitation Following a Disaster

Hygiene and sanitation is often overlooked when it comes to our preparations. Following a disaster, it might not be the first thing on our minds. However, I can not stress enough how important hygiene and sanitation following a disaster is. It should become one of your main priorities. Hygiene By keeping up with proper hygiene and sanitation, you will help to prevent any infection and illness. Whenever possible, you MUST follow the correct hygiene practices…

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The Number One Priority for Survival

What is The Number One Priority for Survival?

Do you know what the number one priority for survival actually is? You may be thinking it is either shelter, fire, food or water and these ARE of high importance but is it really the number one priority? Not at all. You may only last a few days without water, several weeks without food but it could all be over in an instance if your head isn’t in the right place. A positive mental attitude…

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How to make a Faraday cage

How to Make a Faraday Cage

The Faraday was first demonstrated by Michael Faraday in which it was shown that a hollow conducting shell shields the area inside from external electric fields. We know these shells today as Faraday cages. They can be made to any size or shape, from any conducting material and have many practical applications. A Faraday cage is a container that has been made of a conducting material such as wire mesh, that shields what it inside…

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Defend against a knife attack

How to Defend Against a Knife Attack

Nobody likes the thought of having to defend against a knife attack but these kinds of attacks are on the rise and I don’t see them slowing down. Last year there were 37,443 offences in the 12 months ending in September 2017. This was a 21% increase on the previous year and the highest number since 2011. During this guide we are going to look at what you should do if you ever have to…

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