I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – the best items to pack in your bug out bag are the ones that have multiple uses. A few jars of baby food carefully tucked away in your BOB would not only be a great snack on the go, but you can convert them into emergency candles.These are great if you don’t have the time or the resources to make an actual fire, just need Continue ReadingBaby Food – Not Just for Babies!
Overall, the Survival II by Tool Logic is a pretty handy addition to your bug out bag, wallet, purse, or glove compartment. In this video, I go over all of the components, tell you one downfall I found while using this product, and also how to start a survival fire with it. I know that I’ll keep this on me at all times and will get one for my wife as well (Happy Mothers’ Day?). Continue ReadingReview of the Survival II by Tool Logic
In the video below I give an example of how to make a deadfall trap as referenced in Survival Food Part 5: Birds and Other Animals. Materials needed: Survival Knife, sticks, a heavy weight (rock, log, etc.), something to use for bait.
In the video below I show how to make a minnow trap out of a 2 liter plastic bottle. This is a GREAT survival skill to know when it comes to how to catch food for your survival. Materials needed: 2 Liter Plastic Bottle (or jug), 550 Para Cord (or string), survival knife
Materials needed: 550 para cord or string.
In the video below I highlight why you should wrap your survival knife with 550 para cord.
If you have read any of my posts about 550 cord, you can see how valuable it can be to your emergency bug out bag. Below I demonstrate how to cut 550 cord without the use of your survival knife. This technique can be used if you don’t have access to your knife and need to quickly cut a piece of cord to secure something.