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Knife Choice, Care, sheaths, more. pt 2

Knife Choice, Care, sheaths, more. pt 2
Highlander “Survival &Tech Preps

sheathsOn last week’s show (see here) we talked about types of steel, chemical makeup of steel, alloys, additives and how it is made. We also went over the most common steels and what is a good choice for you in your particular area and use. Continue reading Knife Choice, Care, sheaths, more. pt 2

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Knife Choice, Care, & Maintenance!

Knife Choice, Care and Maintenance in SHTF
Highlander “Survival & Tech Preps

KnifeThe need to protect your tools in shtf is key, you might not be able to just go to the store and buy new ones or order one on ebay or amazon. So the question we will answer on this show is how do we maintain our knives in a situation where resources are at a minimum? Continue reading Knife Choice, Care, & Maintenance!

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Head Wound & Concussion Care

Head Wound & Concussion Care!
Host: Dr Bones & Nurse Amy “Survival Medicine Hour”

Head Wound  gash 001In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) join Dr. Bones and T. D. Bird, the African Gray Parrot (T. D. stands for “That Darn”) as he discusses head wound injuries and some new research on concussions, the open head wound, and issues related to gastric reflux. Also, the FDA does an about-face Continue reading Head Wound & Concussion Care

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Bleeding, Now what?

You’re bleeding! Now what?
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live

bleeding accident-743036_640Uh-oh, you’re bleeding! Perhaps it was a bite, a deep slice of a knife while processing a deer, a gun shot wound, road rash, or maybe an open sore. No matter what has caused the wound, it needs to be treated quickly and correctly Continue reading Bleeding, Now what?

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Bleeding, tips to control in emergency!

Bleeding, tips to control in emergency!

Bleeding Screen-Shot-2015-02-12-at-19.30.52-332x205Just recently I had the misfortune of accidentally cutting a deep wound in my hand. It was severe enough that I should have gone into the doctor and I still may. I know from experience that properly taken care of it would require several stitches. It is a clean wound so instead I let it bleed a little, then I worked with what I had on hand, Continue reading Bleeding, tips to control in emergency!

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