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I read a lot of articles about the best choice of firearms. They generally focus on the AR-15 and the AK47.  I believe the discussions generally miss the point by failing to ask the question of what are you trying to do with the weapon. For example, if your goal was to stop a vehicle […]
Author: Joel
Posted: August 29, 2014, 9:56 am
A few years ago for work, I switched from the over the shoulder computer bag to a backpack.  The old style computer bag just wasn’t cutting it for both work and the urban bug out situation.  After I saw the Timbuk2 Aviator Backpack, I upgraded from there. By Mark P, a contributing author to SurvivalCache.com […]
Author: Joel
Posted: August 21, 2014, 8:28 pm
We’ve had a lot of rain up here lately.  A LOT of rain.  I was out puttering around the yard this week and I noticed the rain water slowly dripping through my raised fire pit and the wood coals it was full of.  Drip drip drip…… into a puddle below.   By Calamity Jane, a […]
Author: Joel
Posted: August 10, 2014, 11:35 pm
Iron sights have been with us ever since muskets were rifled.  Sharpshooters demanded more and thus began the revolution and evolution of iron sights.  Backup iron sights, on the other hand, grew from the need for redundancy as optics sprouted up on the barrels and rails of military and hunting rifles. by Doc Montana, a […]
Author: Joel
Posted: July 27, 2014, 8:28 pm
Joe Nobody exploded onto the survivalist scene in 2010 with his first book, an instruction guide titled, Holding Your Ground: Preparing for Defense if it All Falls Apart.  That book became an instant success, catapulting Joe into the top tier of self-reliance writers. By Jimmy C, a contributing author to SurvivalCache.com Who is Joe Nobody […]
Author: Joel
Posted: July 23, 2014, 4:54 pm
In 2002, in response to a question about the Iraq war, the US Secretary of Defense replied, and I paraphrase, “There are known knowns; there are known unknowns, but there are also unknown unknowns.” Those words are the best way to describe the the expectations of a survival knife. by Doc Montana, a contributing author […]
Author: Sam@Forge
Posted: July 16, 2014, 4:03 pm
It’s curious a specialty tool like this would be called the Trucker’s Friend.   For certain it is a tool a trucker would want to have in their tool box, but its usefulness goes way beyond that limited functional area.  I would say this tool is by all regards a prepper’s friend as well. By Dr. […]
Author: Joel
Posted: July 11, 2014, 1:17 pm
If you grew up shooting rifles, then you might have an itch that a carbine just can’t scratch.  Like many, I have always been a fan of the M-14 rifle, also known as the M1A, but I am a little too young to appreciate its predecessor, the M1 Garand. By Mark P, a contributing author […]
Author: Joel
Posted: July 8, 2014, 12:30 pm
In the book The Survivors Club, Ben Sherwood who writes for the L.A. Times, interviews people from around the world who survived events that would kill most, trying to answer the question “Why?”.  Why do some people survive while others capitulate and die from similar circumstances.  by Ed, a contributing author of SurvivalCache.com The Survivors […]
Author: Joel
Posted: June 25, 2014, 11:43 am
Most of us have never needed to catch a fish to save our life.  Finding food in a survival situation, whether hunted, fished or foraged, is nothing more than a accountant’s balance sheet where calories are added and subtracted all day long, and you are the accountant. by Doc Montana, a contributing author of SurvivalCache.com […]
Author: Sam@Forge
Posted: June 18, 2014, 8:45 pm




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