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Kentucky as a Survival Retreat Location For Preppers

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By Joel Skousen Author,  Strategic Relocation and The Secure Home Kentucky and Tennessee are a couple of my favorite states for relocation for those already in the East looking for safety.  They are both in or beyond the Appalachian chain of mountains which will channel refugee flows coming from the east into known highway corridors, which can be strategically avoided.  …

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Why You Should Learn Bow Hunting for Survival

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by JimShyWolf Let’s clear the air first. I’m not a professional archer or survival bow hunter. I’ve never published an article in BowHunter or Archery magazine, nor have I ever competed in the Olympics in any venue, let alone archery. (Regardless what you may have heard to the contrary.) Nor have I ever traveled out-of-state to hunt any animal with a bow (and …

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Inexpensive Bows for Hunting, Bushcraft, and Survival

In Archery and Bow Hunting by Jesse Mathewson1 Comment

“Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience. It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person.” Fred Bear “Nothing clears a troubled mind better than shooting a bow.” Fred Bear For thousands of years, archery has been utilized as a tool for hunting, defense and waging war. It is the one tool that has seen the littlest real advancements …

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Compound Bow vs Recurve Bow for Beginners

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by Brandon Cox If you’re in a survival situation or planning to live off the grid, you are probably interested in weapons. Specifically, what weapon should you take with you. Guns are a logical choice, but they’re hard to maintain over long periods of time because they require ammunition. Once you run out of ammo, the gun will be useless. …

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What’s The Best Multi-Tool to Buy For EDC

In Knives and Related Topics by Jesse Mathewson7 Comments

When it comes to multi-tools there are dozens, hundreds of available choices. The best part is, they can all be very useful for a variety of reasons and in a variety of situations. However, for survival, prepping and or simply having, is there one that can work as the go-to, all around best approach? Rome had pocket multi-tools, however, modern …

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Holosun Optic Sight [An Honest Review]

In Reviews and Smart Buys by Jesse Mathewson5 Comments

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, your victory will not stand in doubt; if you know Heaven and know Earth, you may make your victory complete.” Sun Tzu Budget prepping is a difficult thing to do. After all, there is a difference between budget and cheap, inexpensive and cheap. Cheap by definition does not mean something is necessarily …