Category Archive: September 2016

How To Be The Grey Man When The SHTF And Hide In Plain Sight

How To Be The Grey Man When The SHTF From James Bond to the SAS, the theory of becoming ‘The Grey Man’ has always been considered as way of disappearing into the crowd, unseen and unnoticed.For a prepper the concept of going unnoticed is essential when the SHTF,  and this is something you must learn to …

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SnugPak Jungle Hammock Review

The SnugPak Lightweight Jungle Hammock The decision between using a tent or hammock is a purely personal one.But, in my opinion, once you have tried a hammock you’ll be hard pressed to want to sleep in a tent again.!Modern hammocks are, without doubt, both comfortable and spacious and in this review I will be testing …

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How To Stealth Camp | Rucksack Setup and Equipment You Need

How To Stealth Camp In The UkThe art of good Stealth Camping is really quite simple, although there are those that want to make it into some sort of science! Essentially Stealth Camping is the art of non detention. It’s all about going into somewhere (insertion) staying for a pre-determined time (observation), and then leaving …

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Lock Knife Or Non Locking Knife For Preppers

Choosing A LockOr Non Locking Knife The lock knife is considered by most knife aficionados, to be a far superior tool than the “UK legal” non locking knife. But is this true?A non locking knife is just as capable of performing the same basic survival and bushcraft tasks that a locker will do.It does, however, have one …

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The Bug Out Bike – Bicycling Survival When The SHTF.

The Bug Out Bicycle Even when you are comfortably pedalling along, a bicycle is still three times faster than walking. That means you would take an average of 3 hours to walk 10 miles as opposed to only 1 hour using a bike. In fact, a half decent rider can easily reach speeds of 17 …

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Basic Survival Skills – Signalling and Communication

Basic Survival SkillsSurvival Signalling And Communication  In a disaster situation where you actually WANT to be rescued, your signalling and communication skills need to be much higher up on your list of survival priorities.In fact these skills rank around number 4, even before food, as a means of being rescued needs to be set up …

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