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BREAKING NEWS: iSurvival Gear Is Having A Grand Re-Opening Sale! Huge Savings And A Giveaway!

In celebration of the launch of their newly redesigned website, the folks over at iSurvival Gear are having a huge Grand Re-Opening Sale and passing on the savings to everyone! We were given a heads up by the team over at iSurvival Gear about this and we had to share it with everyone. iSurvival Gear is a Veteran owned and operated business based out of Maryland. They carry thousands of products ranging from survival and preparedness, to camping and backpacking. Even avid boaters can find marine equipment from the basics to $9,000.00 chart plotters....

Gear Preview: Kelty Coyote 80 Backpack

We have some warm weather right around the corner and that means it is time to hit the trails. While I love a good backpacking trip with some excellent scenery, I also like having all the creature comforts I can carry which makes the experience a lot better. Can you also use a trip like this as practice for a bug out scenario? Most definitely! While there are so many different bag choices on the market today, you can only carry one right?  We are currently evaluating a large pack from Kelty, the Coyote 80. We will have our results shortly. In the...

Urban Survival Tin

You can never be too prepared. But you can have gear that won’t help you for the situation you are in. I know this may sound elementary, but you would take hiking gear on a hike, and hunting gear on a hunt. So why should one ultra-compact kit be the end all for any situation? It can’t. This is why we have specific items that are appropriate for specific situations. I want to use the idea of a small survival tin for example. While there are some that contain fishing line, a compass, paracord, etc., this will be great for being stuck out...

Gear Review: Spyderco Matriarch 2 W/Emerson Opener & Keen Edge P17 Trainer

Spyderco Matriarch 2 Review Prepper Central
Do preppers like knives? I would have to say the answer is yes they do. This would be considered a biased statement as many folks love sharp and pointy objects. I warned you that this year we are going to be diving into many reviews and different subjects. I consider edged weapons to be a skill that should be taken seriously and used wisely if ever needed.