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When it comes to having a last-resort fighting knife, one major concern is usually keeping it concealed from prying eyes. After all, having a big bowie knife on your hip may look cool and even be convenient for daily use, but it also gives your opponent a lot of tactical information. Boot knives are part […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: September 2, 2014, 8:00 am
Today we’re looking at survival knowledge from around the web, and including some helpful commentary to assist you in determining which articles you’d like to read.   From survivopedia.com: How to Pay Your Debts During a Crisis Debt is a specter that has risen up during this recent financial depression/recession/whatever we’re calling it now, but […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: September 1, 2014, 8:00 am
Stocking food is a game of trying to keep a laundry list of expiration dates from catching up to you, with a few items having decades long dates but most being within 1-4 years. As such, I’ve been down to check on my stores more than once and found items months out of date, though […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 31, 2014, 8:00 am
  A big part of homesteading (particularly if you’ve got a prepping mindset) is the animal population that you’ll be caring for and eating. Few of us have any practical experience in raising them or even harvesting their resources, so I gathered the information I’ve gained over the past few years of raising livestock to […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 30, 2014, 8:00 am
Today we’re checking out survival knowledge from around the web, and including a little bit of commentary to assist you in selecting the articles that most interest you.   From gearjunkie.com: 5 Tips to Sharpen Your Knife Ask most people how to sharpen a knife, and beyond something about a sharpening stone you’ll probably get […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 29, 2014, 8:00 am
In survival circles, prepping/preparedness and homesteading are two terms that are thrown around a lot. Some people insist that prepping is superior to homesteading or vice-versa, while others insist that the two can be complimentary and live in harmony. But, if you have the chance to look at both options and pick one, which would […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 28, 2014, 8:00 am
See the whole series! Part 1 | Part 2 Now that you’ve learned the basics of operating a compass without a map, let’s see how you can exploit all the utility a topographical map has to offer. Why a topographical map, and where do you get one? As the name suggests a topographical map shows […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 27, 2014, 8:00 am
  See the whole series! Part 1 | Part 2 The compass is one of the quintessential tools for wanderers, explorers, backpackers, hikers, and the occasional troop of Boy Scouts, and it is common in many survival stockpiles as well. But do you know how to use a compass properly, so that you can navigate across trackless wilderness […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 26, 2014, 8:00 am
Let’s check out some survival articles from across the web, with some helpful commentary from us to assist you in choosing the most useful ones.   From modernsurvivalonline.com: Could “Red Dawn” Happen Here? This article focuses its attention on the newer Red Dawn from 2012, and makes a number of interesting points regarding how reality […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 25, 2014, 7:36 pm
Smith and Wesson is famous for it’s firearms, and deservedly so. Yet, they have also attached their name to a variety of other products, including survival knives. Owing to the quality name that S&W has built up with their previous weapon offerings, many preppers are looking at these knives with interest but are they really […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 24, 2014, 6:30 pm




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