Whether you’re lost in the woods, facing an armed insurrection, or preparing for a hurricane, the experts at Outdoor Life magazine are the people you want on your side. An amazing compilation of 333 survival skills that you may need if you are in a sticky Wilderness, Disaster, or Urban situation. There are links within this post on which we can earn a commission if you purchase something, but it doesn't cost you any more money. You can put anything you want in your survival kit as long as it fits without damaging any of the other components.
Matches – I sealed 2 matches and the striker surface from a match book inside a drinking straw to keep them waterproof. Birthday Candles – Once you light your match or lighter, you can use the birthday candle to hold the flame so you can get your fire lit.
Safety Pins – Use to hold clothing together, hold a poncho or other material together to make a tent, or use as a makeshift fishing hook. Neosporin Straws – Seal some Neosporin into some bits of straw so you always have some for minor wounds. Ibuprofen – A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, ibuprofen is always good to have on hand to help lessen pain, relieve fever and reduce inflammation. Cotton Balls – You can use these cotton balls as either a blood clotting agent, or as tinder for starting a fire (like with the fire straws, only without the petroleum jelly).
Alcohol Wipes – Use for wound cleaning or needle sterilization if emergency stitches are needed. Money – You can put whatever denomination of money in here that you want, but I only keep a couple of bucks.
Patrick BlairPatrick is a Christ follower, the father of a special needs daughter with a brilliant personality and two musically talented sons, the husband of a beautiful and incredibly wonderful woman, an avid cook and gardener, a craftsman, and a hopeful homesteader with a passion for researching. This book is the one you need if you want to protect your family, save yourself, and prevail over any danger.Your Go-To Guide for Surviving Anything GET READY, GET SET, SURVIVE!You're lost in the woods without food or water. My only disappointment was that my E-ARC was missing pages so I didn’t get the entire manuscript.Rich Johnson has written an entertaining and informative guide to survival.


The in-color illustrations and diagrams are excellent for each skill being taught and are fun to peruse even for us couch potatoes and dreamers of adventure.
This is how we keep our site free for you and other readers, so we greatly appreciate when you do purchase through our links! I’m not totally sure where this little flashlight came from, but I think my kids got some and they gave me this one. Aluminum foil can be formed into a makeshift container to catch and hold water (as long as you press it tightly so there are no leaks). He and his wife live as frugally as possible and try daily to live as God intends them to live. You can pretty much use anything, but if the bottle is wider than the mouth, it may be hard getting things in and out. Most people want as much stuff as they can get in as small a container as possible, and rightfully so. While it’s not a full-fledged bug-out bag, what you put in your pill bottle can help you in a dire emergency. I also hooked a figure 8 key ring on the bottle so I can hook it to a carabiner on my bug-out bag.
You can also use it as a wind break for your fire (which will actually double as a heat reflector). In his book The Ultimate Survival Manual Rich Johnson offers a comprehensive guide that will prepare you for all those pesky eventualities such as being mauled by a bear, finding yourself in a workplace shooting or making it through a mud slide.Packed into four big chapters - Essentials, Wilderness, Disaster, Urban - this short yet informative guide gives knowledgeable advice on many likely, or not so likely, situations you could one day be faced with. I had not realized this would in a survival manual though I know survival skills for urban living.This title is packed full of wonderful pictures and hints for rough situations. The how-to instructions are limited to one page or less for each skill so may not be as detailed as some would-be adventurers might need if in an actual survival situation, but with this book in hand, smart, daring, and desperate-to-survive folks will be well on their way to getting home safely once more. Remember, knowledge is your ultimate survival tool – everything else is just helpful! You don’t have to go out in the wilderness to be in a situation that requires survival techniques.


Know what to do when the going gets tough.In an Urban Crisis Arm yourself with the latest self-defense moves, weapons tips, and home-protection tactics, plus crucial strategies for handling bad guys and bad situations at home and abroad. No harm in keeping the spirits up with some jokes when faced by a hungry bear, right?Though obviously, when lives are at risk, the most important thing is to know what to do, or what not to do (playing McGuyer is usually not a good idea). There’s a chance that there is a large amount of information in this book you will never need.
The manual includes many handy tips from how to filter water while lost in the wilderness, how to start a fire in the snow, to helping someone struck by lightning or dealing with downed power lines in a car, and how to throw a knife or defend yourself with keys.
Complemented with photos and illustrations, there is plenty of background information included too (who would have thought that not all bears are equally scary). However, the one technique that you learn that later saves yours or someone else’s life is invaluable. This manual is full of useful information that can be used in daily life but that will better prepare many of us for those situations that we think may never happen to us, but one day do. Additionally you'll find case studies as well as life-threatening situations which the author himself lived through. Okay maybe learned is not the right word but I realized there was something I hadn’t thought of.
Rich recommends that you keep an emergency bag in your office or place of work that includes rugged clothing, socks and a pair of tennis shoes. The bag is available if you need to leave your work in a hurry and are not dressed for an emergency. I would, almost, have thought it unnecessary but I guarantee that one day you wear the tight skirt or new dress shoes is the day that the weather turns and you have to evacuate or a shooter comes into the area and you have to flee.It’s a scary and dangerous world out there.



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