We recently picked up one of these gravity powered water filtration bags online. The filtration capabilities amazed me and I wanted to add it to my on hand supplies for emergency water filtration.
The Gerber LMF II Infantry Knife [22-41463] is a good quality, versatile survival knife in the sub $100 category. This particular knife is considered to be the among the best bang for your buck when it comes to survival knifes.
We selected the Coyote Brown version for our review. The knife is well made and feels very sturdy in your hand. The rubber over-mold offers good grip in dry and wet conditions, though we have noticed the rubber over-mold can get nicked up with use, and is the first part to start showing wear. We don’t feel this will affect its performance for its intended use and it is mostly cosmetic damage. Even using the included sheath will overtime damage the overmold as can be seen the photo below. The grip itself is shaped nicely for a positive and secure grip in several positions.
I recently purchased this solar powered attic fan to increase the energy efficiency of my home in the summer months.
I wanted to get an accurate idea of the mean wind speeds at my home. I have noticed that the land features around my house seem to have made the site noticeably windier than the other areas that I have lived. As alternative energy projects have always interested me, I decided I would like to experiment with building a homemade wind turbine.
I did a lot of online research of the available wireless weather stations before picking up the Davis Instruments 6250 Vantage Vue Wireless Weather Station.
I started daily carrying a SOG TF1-CP Trident Knife over four years ago. I have been extremely happy with it so I decided I would post a review of the knife, and the primary reasons I have continued to stick with it. I will also show a TF21-CP Trident Mini Knife to go over the differences.
This kit is listed as Fully Stocked 323 Piece Military General Purpose First Aid Box. It comes in a nice and sturdy lightweight plastic case that has a gasket in the lid so that it is waterproof as well as floats. The packaging of the first aid supplies allows for a lot of supplies to fit in a tight space, and given some rearranging you have a little room leftover to add a few more items that I might personally consider essentials to your safety and survival needs.
When planning for survival, or when you find yourself in a survival situation, it is important to prioritize your needs. Keeping a level head and focusing on what is most important first can serve as a distraction to keep panic from setting in.
Being continually aware of your immediate surroundings and your present situation is something that could easily save your life. Learning to be observant and to continually assess is something that takes constant practice, but it may be one of the most important aspects to finding your way out of a bad situation, or for avoiding one altogether.
Many of us spend much of our time behind the wheel. It is important to keep this in mind when planning for the unexpected, since you should incorporate all of the places you spend your time.
The emergency supplies you keep in your vehicle are important, but so is how you drive, and like so many other skills it should become a practiced habit.