Tag: survival items

Survival & Prepping: Making bows, wild glues, flint knapping and more!

This Friday on the Prepper Broadcasting Network. Jamie who is married and a father of five still finds the time to be prepared and be aware. Among his many accomplishments he is an expert in making bows, primitive arrows, rope, cordage, the use of pine pitch and wild


September 12, 2011 0

A Prepper Question on Gold and Silver

This is a question posted by prepper paladin and I think one good reply on American Preppers Network . For those of you who bought gold bullion or coins and/or silver coins, etc. – what are you going to do with the coins when the SHTF?- The silver, I can see, I purchased some when…
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July 21, 2011 0

Finding direction with your watch

Have you ever been in the outdoors with no compass and wondered which way is north, south? You can use your watch. Hold your watch in front of you facing the sun. Rotate your watch so that the hour hand is pointing in the direction of the sun. Halfway between the hour hand and 12…
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July 12, 2011 0

Camping and Tips as told by Prepper Mike B.

As I was driving up the winding Mink Creek Road into the Caribou National Forrest, southwest of Pocatello, Idaho. I reflected on a Memorial weekend camp out 14 years ago in the Buffalo Campground at Island Park, Idaho. I was joined by my sister and her two boys. Instead of enjoying the sounds of nature,…
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July 5, 2011 1

Survival, How to Tips and Information

All about surviving, building shelters, B.O.B., edible foods, your state of mind and a whole lot more. Tonight’s episode of Back Woods may be more than we can cover in one evening. Listen in for a lot of good information that may save your life in a survival situation. Take the survival quiz and see…
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July 1, 2011 0

Survival Training School

Thomas from Survival Training School of California will be joining us on air this Friday 6/24/2011 8:pm/Central. This will be a very interesting show as we talk about why he has created this business, the people that employ his services, and why the need for survival training. His survival training courses include plant uses, skills…
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June 23, 2011 0

No Bug Out Bag, No Survival Items

One Mans Story Several years ago I was hunting in the Strawberry mountains of Oregon. We were up early that first morning and worked our way to the base of a shale hillside, left the horses, broke up into 2 groups, but I hunted alone that day. I am an experienced hunter, fairly experienced woodsman…
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June 7, 2011 0