13 Must-Have Survival Tools We do not know whether or not there will be an apocalypse (although film-makers are pretty sure that soon, the earth will be overrun by zombies and aliens!). However, we do know that natural disasters strike without warning – nobody expected hurricane Katrina to cause such colossal damage! It is safe… [Read More]
Most People Will Never Be Great At Home Defense. Read Why
Most People Will Never Be Great At Home Defense. Read Why A home invasion is one of the most horrifying experiences that a person can go through. A burglary is tame by comparison. You see, a burglar does not want a face to face confrontation with the owners. He/she just wants some easy cash. However,… [Read More]
How to Recondition Batteries at Home
In this article, I’m going to quickly but thoroughly cover How to Recondition Batteries at Home. Now, as you no doubt know, a huge part of being a successful survivalist is knowing how to improvise and re-use things that most people would consider dead and gone. Take your dead car battery, for example, the simplest… [Read More]
The Worst Advice We’ve Ever Heard About Bugging Out!
Are YOU Guilty of These 6 Sins? There is no lack of pseudo-survivalists on this planet! Anybody who watches Bear Grylls and owns a Swiss Army Knife can call themselves a prepper. You don’t need special qualifications to lecture people about survival. If a person can type, he/she can write articles and posts about survival…. [Read More]
American Natural SuperFood Review
Hey Folks, JD Phillips here from SurvivalCrackas.com – thanks for stopping by to check out my American Natural SuperFood Review! Review in progress, check back soon! 🙂
Paracord Bracelets – The Ultimate in Wearable Survival Gear!
Paracord Bracelets – The Ultimate in Wearable Survival Gear! As the name suggests, paracord is used as a suspension rope in parachutes. It’s extremely strong and light nylon rope. It has a smooth texture; it weighs almost nothing and is even elastic to a degree. Paracord bracelets are usually woven using between eight to twenty… [Read More]
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