The Survival Gun: What’s Best for Your Apocalypse Arsenal?
Legendary survivalist Mel Tappan explains how to select a survival gun on which you may have to rely for food and protection over a long period of time.
A Great EDC Knife: The Donnybrook Knife from Bark River Knives
The Donnybrook knife is a perfect example of an EDC knife – comfortable to use and quick to transition from chores to defense.
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5 Critical Knife Skills For Survival with Dave Canterbury
There are a wide variety of practical knife skills—from self defense to tool making to fire starting and shelter creation—and there are a myriad ways to handle the knife for...
10 Things You Need to Consider When Buying a Machete
When it comes to buying a machete, it can be difficult to sift out the true working tool from a crowded field of junk blades and exotic-looking offerings that call...
Backwoods Skills: Tomahawk Throwing in Three Easy Steps
If something needs to be cut or chopped through, a tomahawk makes an excellent tool. Tomahawk throwing has recently become a popular pastime and sport.
Hunting Ethics: Long-Range Crossbow Shooting Isn’t Easy
While long-range crossbow use has become a craze, considering the arc of a 100-yard shot, it isn't an ethical hunting shot to take.
The Horace Kephart Comeback: A Revival of the Famous Bushcraft Blade
Horace Kephart was a master of living on his own with minimal equipment, far from civilization, and passing on his knowledge by writing about what worked in the wilderness, what...
Off-Grid Anvil, Man’s Oldest and Most Valuable Tool
Anvils have been in common use for so long that you can consider them the sine qua non of civilization. After all, if tool use is one of the defining...
Scrapyard Knives: Five Affordable Custom Knives from Virginia
Jake Kirks saw very few options in simple yet high-quality handmade knives that ordinary hard-working folks could afford, so he decided to make his own.