In the modern world, electronics are everywhere.And these electronic devices all want your personal information.Information that’s both valuable and vulnerable.Without proper privacy protection, your electronic devices (i.e., phone, computer) may get hacked.It’s not difficult for computer nerds to do.And it’s a non-violent, easy way for criminals to watch, listen,
The last thing you want to experience while you’re out in the wild is the feeling of helplessness. When you find yourself in a survival situation, you need all the help you can get in the most immediate way possible. That’s why having a complete survival kit within your
Editor’s Note: The following article was originally published in Issue 11 of CONCEALMENT, and appears here in its entirety
Some of the most common questions regarding food storage are how much should I store, and how long can I store it for? This blog post should help in answering these questions.
Here are some suggestions for items within each of these categories that you can use. You can divide
Basic knot tying is something that everyone should know. In a survival situation, being able to quickly tie a knot to secure a shelter or rescue someone could mean the difference between life and death.
Take a few minutes to learn these 5 critical survival knots and you will be
For most of us living in a city, daily survival is something we take for granted. An urban EDC kit isn’t at the forefront of our thoughts. Just because you live in an urban environment doesn’t mean you should be any less prepared than if you live in the country.
There is a mountain of information about lock picking on the internet, but most of it makes lock picking seem intimidating or difficult to learn. My experience was exactly the opposite so I was inspired to share what I learned.
Why Lock Picking is Worth Learning
Makes you more valuable Post-SHTF
OPSEC, or Operational Security, refers to keeping your everyday movements and actions discreet to prevent malicious parties from being able to piece together important information such as your schedule or the status of your preps.
Many preppers and non-preppers alike are familiar with obvious day to day OPSEC procedures (i.e.
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No matter the season, weather, or environment, one survival principle is constant: Keep yourself
Being mentally prepared to act quickly and decisively in response to a home break-in could save your life. When you are unsuspectingly thrown into a life threatening situation, the adrenaline rush is too powerful for you to think logically, forcing you to rely on your instinct. With the proper