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Outdoor survival hacks

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Whether you are an avid outdoorsman or weekend warrior, this campfire design will impress and perform.

How to Build the Self Feeding Fire - All Night Fire: The Self Feeding Fire is a novel option for solving the age-old chore of feeding a fire. Properly constructed, this type of fire will burn through the night warming those close by without the constant need of tending. Whether you are an avid outdo…


Our detailed and easy-to follow guide on how to build a campfire will ensure you can always enjoy a satisfying and safe campfire when camping. Many a man claims to be an expert firestarter – in

In this video, Household Hacker tries out some life hack inserts that were printed over 100 years ago in 1916. Most people have forgotten these life hacks.

This video is about some life hack inserts that were printed over 100 years ago. Most people have forgotten these life hacks.

HowStuffWorks "Complex Wilderness Tools" - Information on weapons you can make in the wilderness. #survival

Skin a dead animal. Smash its leg bone into a blade. And use its tendons to tie that blade to a handle. Sound gruesome? That's how you'd make a knife in the wild.

By John A. Heatherly, Author of The Survival Template photo from AFR 64-4, Figure 19-15, page 189 A variety of events can contaminate ordinary, working sou

A straw water fillter is a great addition to your emergency supplies. Here's how to find one with the best ability to filter the purest water.

11 Survival Hacks Using Soda Cans | Urban Survival Site

Whether you’re stranded in the wilderness or without heat in a snowstorm, some survival hacks using soda cans could save the day.

How to Rappel in an Emergency | The Art of Manliness

Rappelling isn’t just the final ride at the end of climb. Sometimes, it’s a survival strategy necessary to help you get out of a tricky situation.

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