We’ve put together a free First Aid Kit Worksheet to help you get started with making your own kits to both save money and get exactly what you need. The focus is to help you develop an organized and effective methodology for creating first aid kits, as well as a list of specific contents and a few ideas that will make packing and using your kits easier.
To easily create a secure, portable backup of important files that can be carried in a pack, bag or pocket for emergency situations. This is the first half of our two step backup plan for emergencies and disasters, along with Creating a Remote Backup of Important Files.
To learn how to quickly locate, identify and utilize fatwood as a fire starter.
To explore the benefits of adding a small, portable grill to a preparedness plan, or using the grill you already own, as a way to easily expand pantry storage meal options during a crisis.
To learn about the advantages and disadvantages of freeze dried food for longer term emergency storage.
To quickly create a basic, portable and inexpensive survival kit that can be discreetly carried most everywhere.
To gain a basic understanding of antibiotic options for use in emergency situations, when no medical care is available.
Even with an armload of aftermarket options out there, the standard USGI trigger parts are still found in most factory guns. This is largely due to their low price point and a track record of reliability. However, these factory parts can produce a gritty, heavy trigger pull and still be considered in spec. Right To Bear Arms recently released their Enhanced Nickel Teflon Trigger Assembly, which is a very budget friendly revision to the standard AR...
I still remember the excitement of walking into the local hardware store almost twenty five years ago with a wad of small bills and some change jingling in my pocket and leaving with a brand new Sypderco Delica. All throughout the 1990s and into the 2000s that little Delica went on countless trips and saw parts of at least a dozen states. Other than some scratches, with interesting stories, it still cleans up well and...
I don’t think that there are two people who would give the exact same answer if asked “what is the best way to clean your guns”. Usually, no asking is required, as folks are happy to share their cleaning wisdom and home brewed trade secrets. One of the names that you’ll hear mentioned often, though is Otis Technology, since they invited the flexible rod cleaning kit that is roughly the size of a tuna fish...