Maintenance of Everyday Items

by Cameron Green of GAPP April 3, 2015 EDC

One of the constants of the universe is Murphys Law… if something can go wrong, it will.  And along those lines, if something isn’t maintained properly it will fail at the worst time.  Everyone remembers maintenance on their cars, on their house, and other big ticket items….and we all maintain/charge the batteries in our phones, flashlights, […]

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Swiss Army Knives. The Almost Forgotten Survival Tool, by Me….

by suburban March 8, 2013 EDC

I almost forgot about them.  I did.  I had a couple of them as a kid, that sadly were misplaced.  I’m talking about the Swiss Army Knife.  With multi-tools being so popular for various reasons I literally have not given the Swiss Army Knife a look in several years.  I have two or three multi-tools. […]

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Review of Smith’s Diamond Precision Knife Sharpening Kit

by suburban September 4, 2012 DIY

Those of you that really know me, know I cannot sharpen a knife worth a damn.  I’ll get it right on one side of the blade, and  on the other side mangle the angle so badly you would assume the blade is worthless afterwards, if you just give me a sharpening stone and honing oil. […]

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Review of the Timber Wolf “Blazin” Bowie Knife

by suburban May 21, 2012 Knives

Last fall I wrote a post about three budget knives you might want in your pack because they were inexpensive.  Last weekend, I had the chance to bring one of them camping as we openend up the campsite for the season.  Prior to going I gave the Timber Wolf Blazin Bowie a quick sharpening and […]

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Add One of These Budget Knives To Your Kit(s)

by suburban January 26, 2012 bug out bag

In a short sighted ambitious attempt to think about learning more skills, I wanted, and continue to want to learn how to make a knife out aof a blank piece of steel.  It is something that I have wanted to do for a long time, as does a buddy of mine.  While watching City Survivalist’s […]

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Book Review: Surviving the Economic Collapse

by Prepperjim November 9, 2011 Barter

I recently heard of a man called Fernando “Ferfal” Aguirre from Jack Spirko over at The Survival Podcast. Ferfal is from Argentina and has lived through their economic crash from December 2001 until today. He wrote a booked about his experience called Surviving The Economic Collapse. He also has a blog called The Modern Survivalist. I […]

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The Becker BK 2 Knife

by suburban September 7, 2011 Bushcraft

The Becker BK2 by Ka-Bar. I’ve had this knife for several months, and keep forgetting to write a review of it. So, here it is… In hindsight, I remember pulling this knife out of the box… My first impression was how heavy it was. My second impression was how thick the blade was at the […]

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Gerber Profile Knife Review

by suburban August 1, 2011 Gear

A couple years ago, I purchased a Gerber Profile Fixed Blade Knife Drop Point.  I generally take it camping with me, but have never thought of reviewing it.  In fact, I am not a knife afficiando.  However, I’m going to give it a shot here. Like I said, I have had this knife for a couple […]

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Review of Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife & Parang Machete from Gerber by Field & Stream

by suburban November 24, 2010 Bear Grylls

As a knife fan, I really look forward seeing and hearing reviews about knives and how they work in the field.  I hate to make a mistake when buying a knife.  Once you have bought and used it, you own it for life, unless you can unload it on someone for a few dollars if […]

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Reviews of the Mora Knife

by suburban August 23, 2010 Bushcraft

I was going to do a review of the Mora knife, but a quick Google search has revealed that there are a plethora of them already out there.  So, instead of writing one on my own, I thought I would share several that I have found.  This way, you only have one place to look […]

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