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What are the items you carry on your person every single day, no matter where you go? Your EDC items should be well thought-out and practical; the essential things that you would be doomed without. But how do you know what those items are? If you’re still trying to decide what to keep on you at all times, check out these tips for EDC.
Call it a cheek piece, a cheek rest, whatever you want… it’s a way to allow you to rest the weight of your head on the stock of your rifle to give you a better view of your target. We’ve found that many people don’t know if they should be using one of these or not, so we’ve put together some arguments for each. Check them out and make the decision for yourself.
Considering living off the grid? It’s a self-sufficient lifestyle that’s respected by many. It may intimidate some or seem completely impossible, but if you’re committed, it’s possible. However, before you take the leap and go off the grid, there are a few questions you’ll need to ask yourself.
It’s time for a day hike. You don’t want to pack the essentials, but you don’t want to over-pack and risk carrying too much weight throughout the day. So what exactly are the day hike essentials?
It’s summertime. You have two choices: stay inside in an attempt to escape the heat or get outside and put your prepping skills to the test. You probably guessed it -- we recommend the latter choice, which is why we’ve put together this list of summer activities for preppers.
Whether you love the summer heat or hate it, it’s time to talk about prepping for summer weather. Summers can get more intense in some states than others, but it’s important to be prepared for anything the summer heat can bring, no matter where you reside.
Food. Water. Fire. The 3 main things you need for survival. Even in the worst scenarios, if you have these elements, you can survive. It takes a lot to develop strong survival skills, but you have to start somewhere.
Why is tracking important in bushcraft? You may think you don’t really need to know how to properly track an animal, human, or group, but any good bushcrafter should know how to track - and here’s why.
We all know one of the most tedious tasks of a camping trip is gathering firewood. You need a fire, so it’s not something you can avoid. However, it takes lots of time to find the right pieces and bring them back to your campsite - especially if you’ve had to travel deep into the woods to find firewood that’s up to your standards.
May is National BBQ Month! To celebrate, we’re letting you in on a few of our favorite recipes shared from YOU, our loyal subscribers, from the BattlBox forum.
Long-range shooting is no joke. If you’ve ever tried your hand at long-range, you know that to be true. It takes practices, precision, and persistence to get it right (and few often do). As tough as this skill may be to master, it’s also extremely rewarding and useful.