Category Archive: Wilderness Survival

How To Build A Star Fire & Why Everyone Should Know This

How To Build A Star Fire & Why Everyone Should Know This When camping, a fire is one of the things that you cannot do without. Knowing various fire lays and how to actually make them can be a life saver. Like its name suggests, a star fire is shaped like a star. The fire …

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How to Make Survival Cement

How to Make Survival Cement How to Make Survival Cement We all know how important shelter is when we are left to fend for ourselves, and knowing how to make your own cement is an important part of setting up a shelter. There are many uses for this cement. you can build blocks out of …

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Thirteen Yards Per Second: Why You Can Never Outrun a Charging Bear

 Why You Can Never Outrun a Charging Bear It’s hard to tell from looking at them from a distance, but bears are really fast. They can cover a huge amount of ground in a few seconds, and their lumbering gait can actually represent speeds in excess of 35 MPH. Not only that, but they are …

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How To Build A Paiute (Native American Deadfall Trap)

How To Build A Paiute (Native American Deadfall Trap) In a survival situation food is the fuel that will keep you going and meat (protein) is one of the best fuels you can get. But when stopping by the local butcher isn’t an option, you will need to learn how to hunt or trap your …

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How to Make a DIY Portable Pocket Grill

How to Make a DIY Portable Pocket Grill While there are a lot of ways to create a portable grill, not all of them are really that practical. Some are too small to cook decent amounts of food while others are too bulky or heavy to transport easily. However, there is one trick that may …

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How To Make A Smokeless Campfire

How To Make A Smokeless Campfire Make your next camping trip or other outdoor adventure more enjoyable with this simple, yet incredibly effective tip. This easy to follow video shows two separate techniques that when combined can be used to make a virtually smokeless campfire, allowing for a more pleasurable time when lounging around the fire. …

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