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Water Survival “How to get water and or purify it without a filter”  How would you feel when the water you’re going to drink may be puzzled with fleas or microbes, you can’t manage to pay for to hold back on water purification. Here are a few steps that you can pursue and and always be ready to purify water without a filter.  Steps to follow 1. Purify the vessel to be used for storing water. Make use of dish soap and water. Rinse thoroughly. After washing, submerge the vessel in a solution of 1 teaspoon of non-scented liquid household chlorine bleach making sure the whole top of the bottle comes in touch with the solution for a minimum of […]

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Making Valuable Survival Shelters How about sleeping outside in a primitive survival shelter without any tent and a sleeping bag?! May be in the rain or in extreme cold? Are you out of your mind? Many of us may find the idea foolish and a bit frightening. However, with appropriate materials and the right frame of mind you can construct a primitive survival shelter within a couple of hours and lie. Though, with each season and environment, you will have to face different challenges, there are quite a few common principles for making effective survival shelters: Location The salient aspect of making shelters is selecting an ideal location. A good location provides straightforward access to plentiful construction materials such as […]

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10 Important Items for Survival             By John Milandred A mini survival kit is a small survival kit which consists of the most essential outdoor survival tools and supplies which are the hardest to improvise or replace. A mini survival kit is intended to be carried along all the time and is usually designed to complement other survival tools carried along in a larger, separate bag. The items included in a mini survival kit are difficult if not impossible to manufacture or obtain in real world survival situations. A mini survival kit is intended to remain with you always, be appropriate to all environments, without being too large. Meeting your basic needs during a disaster or survival situation is the […]

Purifying Water During an Emergency   The treatments described below work only in situations where the water is unsafe because of the presence of bacteria or viruses. If you suspect the water is unsafe because of chemicals, oils, poisonous substances, sewage or other contaminants, do not use the water for drinking. Storing water safely Store one gallon of water per person per day. Store at least a three-day supply of water per person. Collect the water from a safe supply. Thoroughly washed plastic containers such as soft drink bottles are best. You can also purchase food-grade plastic buckets or drums. Seal water containers tightly, label with date, and store in a cool, dark place. Replace water every six months. Never […]

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Posted: 20th July 2010 by milandred in John milandred on Survivalism
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Survivalism! Are you ready?   It should be obvious to any person who is aware of what is going on that we are not being very well protected by our government. And, really, do they have an obligation to?   Perhaps only in the broad sense.   Survival is NOT a luxury reserved for the rich you must put a survival plan into place to ride out disasters right where you currently live.   Why? You probably won’t be able to get out of the city…besides heavy traffic, many small towns are and or will prepare blockades to protect themselves from the “ hordes” of people fleeing cities in a event.   To prepare for disasters without making yourself a target […]

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“Back in the days when the cowman with his herds made a new frontier, there was no law on the range. Lack of written law made it necessary for him to frame some of his own, thus developing a rule of behavior which became known as the “Code of the West.” These home spun laws, being merely a gentleman’s agreement to certain rules of conduct for survival, were never written into statutes, but were respected everywhere on the range.   Don’t inquire into a person’s past. Take the measure of a man for what he is today. Never steal another man’s horse. A horse thief pays with his life. Defend yourself whenever necessary. Look out for your own. Remove your […]