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Outdoor Survival – It’s All in Your Head

by Wolf Leffew

The great thing about survival is… it’s all in your head. Well, perhaps not ALL, but survivalists will agree that when life threatening emergencies do arise, a huge factor IS there. It’s your mindset, your ability to reason, and your will to survive. Always remember to S.T.O.P.! That is to say,

Identifying a Venomous Snake

Out of approximately 2,900 species of snakes in the world, only 375 are venomous. In the United States, the poisonous snakes are the rattlesnakes of which there are numerous sub-species such as the eastern diamond back, western diamond back, sidewinder, Mojave rattlesnake and pygmy rattler. All have toxic venom. Other venomous snakes found in the US are the copper head, coral snake and water moccasin (cottonmouth).

Solar Power Advantages For Survivalists

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The advantages of employing solar energy as a power source have some far reaching effects upon not only my abilities to be self sufficient but for the environment also.

I Need a Survival Knife, What Do I Look For?

by William Doggett

A survival knife is not to be confused with a fighting knife. These are two unlike knives and should not be confused with one another. A fighting knife is much more analogous to a dagger. The fighting knife was designed to eliminate a deadly threat. A survival knife is a tool to enhance your ability or probability of survival in extreme conditions, most likely, outdoors.

Stay Safe with Home Survival Kits

Author: Nicole Roberts

Home survival kits can protect you in an emergency and make you feel more secure about the future. In today’s uncertain world, it’s important to be prepared in case of a serious emergency. Survival kits include essentials you need to survive under extreme circumstances.

Survivalist Food Supplies

Author: Michael

I have been a little worried about natural disasters and all this talk about 2012. I know Hurricane Katrina showed many Americans how tragic natural disasters can be. My neighbor


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