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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 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
At first glance, intentionally restricting your diet as vegetarians and vegans do seems counterproductive to being properly prepared for a disaster. Furthermore it can seem to some to be unsustainable for long-term SHTF, as most off-the-grid homesteads kept at least some animals around for wool, milk, honey, eggs, and meat. However, is it possible that […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 23, 2014, 8:00 am
We’re taking a look today at some articles from across the web in order to find the best survival knowledge possible. Our helpful commentary will hopefully assist you in choosing which articles are most interesting to you!   From Survival Landscaping Part 2, Barbed Wire   It’s not often that you think of barbed […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 22, 2014, 8:00 am
Molotov cocktails, hails of rubber bullets, thrown bottles and rocks and gunfire, tear gas volleys…these things aren’t supposed to happen in America. We’re supposed to be so much better, so much richer, so much more progressive and civilized. Unfortunately that myth has been shattered as the riots that have been going on for 9 days […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 21, 2014, 8:00 am
Of all the disasters that can strike a prepper, few are as devastating and deadly as a house fire. The losses can be almost total and come without any warning owing to the smallest of mistakes or minor wear and tear on a single wire. Furthermore, many of the most common preparations including stored food […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 20, 2014, 8:00 am
Sometimes getting your family to be apart of your prepping activities can be more difficult than acquiring your actual preps! It means a great deal to have the support of your family in this regard, but not everyone is easily brought around to the prepping mindset. “Millennials” in particular have proven to be hard to […]
Author: Commmon Sense Prepper
Posted: August 19, 2014, 8:00 am

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