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There was a lot of great stuff out there this week, from survival gear reviews to breaking news and the latest and greatest survival tips.
Check out this weeks best survival posts below:
VID: How to poo in the woods,Because it’s kind of a big deal! For Men AND Women
The Grid Will Never Be Down in the Way You May Think! – Part 1, by X-liberal
I want to illustrate is that the grid is never going to be down. That is, I mean it won’t be down for the “chosen few”. Why? Well, let’s go to God’s word in the Book of Revelation Chapter 13:16 and have a look.
“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”
Better Than An AR-15 In A Collapse?
I own a bunch of ’em.
But no true survivalist could ever call themselves “protected” in a post-collapse environment without a good gun OR a good blade.
In fact, there’s one blade that I’d have to say could actually be the best survival weapon ever…
… the MACHETE!
I have lots of reasons for why the machete beats out firearms in your ultimate survival weapons plan.
Candid Thoughts on Living Without Running Water
I’ve often said that living without running water is the hardest thing about living off grid. Reaching for the faucet and expecting water to flow out of it, is so ingrained in us that for many it seems impossible to imagine a life without that luxury. Yesterday water flowed into my kitchen sink for the very first time. As I watched that first gush of water overflow the spout of my pitcher pump, I did not expect the flood of emotions that came with it. Tears of excitement and gratefulness welled up in my eyes as I saw that water. That’s pretty weird, right? Normal people don’t cry when they see water come out of their faucets!
And The Gun Goes Click – Dealing With A Gun Misfire
I cannot adequately explain the looks of puzzlement and confusion when one of my students pulls the trigger and nothing but a resounding “click” issues forth from the handgun. What’s interesting is that not five minutes before they pulled said trigger, they received one of their first lessons on dealing with a misfire. I purposely hand them a “ball and dummy” magazine (or speed loader) that contains four rounds of live ammo and one round of practice ammo, strategically placed somewhere in the mag that they cannot see it at a glance. The test is, will the student quickly and efficiently clear the misfired round, reset the firearm and continue shooting? Often times, the answer is no.
30 Reasons Why You Might Be a Crazy Prepper Nut Job
With 100% certainty, I know that I am perceived as one of those “crazy prepper nut jobs”. I laugh at myself as I say this because like the story of the ant and the grasshopper, it is the crazy prepper nut job that is going to prevail following a disruptive event of any magnitude.