Best Portable Solar Chargers of 2019

I am sure we are on the same wavelength when I say that dead phones are not of much use. Aren’t we? Now, of course if your phone is broken it has other uses but if it just needs a little juice then there is no point in destroying it. The good news for us is that the sun never stops shining for us (at least during the day), and we can put those rays…

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Essential Items for Your First Aid Kit

First aid and our medical kits are often overlooked when it comes to our survival gear. The fact is, during an emergency situation, your first aid kit will most probably get used much more than your knife or your other equipment so we need to get this in order now. Before starting to put your medical kit together, you need to think about any specific needs of you and your family members and be sure…

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Three hours without shelter

Finding Natural Shelter for Survival

During a survival situation, choosing to bug out should only be done with little other choice. It is often a much safer option to stay put but if we have no other choice then being prepared is essential. Below, we will look at some natural shelters to look out for when heading off into the wilderness. Caves Caves are practically a ready-made home away from home. All it doesn’t have is a door. You will…

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What Do You Think About UK Survival Guides So Far?

What Do You Think About UK Survival Guides So Far?

Hey guys, so today I am looking for some feedback from our readers. We have been working none-stop in our effort to bring you fresh content, sometimes as many as 5 new posts a day. From what I can tell on our Twitter account, people seem to be enjoying it. what do you think about UKSurvivalGuides.com so far?  We value all input from our readers so now it is your chance to let us know…

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Rivers Crossing Safety

Rivers Crossing Safety

Oftentimes rivers are fairly easy to cross without too much hassle but heavy and rains and melting snow can change all that and turn it into a dangerous crossing. Moving water is risky but by following some simple safety advice you can ensure that you stay upright and get to the other side without any issues. River Crossing Safety It only takes as little as 6 inches of fast flowing water to sweep you off…

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