Not technically survival stuff, and there are certainly newer versions of most of these PDFs, but some of you might find a nugget or two you hadn’t seen elsewhere: 

and heres a guy with a few files: 

and another site: 

Librium no longer has many free downloads, but you might find a file you want here: 

some car stuff, thought some might like it: 

not PDFs, but an interesting site: 

More of an academic site, but might interest someone: 

Some stuff that might interest some people: 

Map stuff at bottom of page : 

A few general PDFs: 

A few PDFs on the right on this blog: 

Couple of rope-related PDFs here under the e-books section for you knot/ rope fans: 

I’ve seen this elsewhere but never checked out this site: 

They have more docs here: 

Some interesting documents relating to the mountain men that may have survival applications: 

We always see US .mil FMs on gun boards. Here are the Canadian equivalents, in case anyone has ever wanted to look over their stuff: 

Aussie Med Stuff here:

Some of this stuff might be of interest to someone; I include it mainly for the knot PDF’s: 

Entertainment Value only. For you “zombie lovers” : 

Scribd is also no longer free, and they are deleting many files, so I can’t vouch if this will stay a valid link: 

I have no idea if any of this might be useful, but it looks interesting: 

DIY Gunpowder: 

Historical in nature, but you may find interesting: 

Bunch of solar downloads here that might be useful to someone: 

Information in here sounds interesting in the right context: 

Some general prepedness PDFs from this site: 

There are chapters 2 through 4 online; here is chapter 4, about saws: 

While the parent directory revolves around a particular medical issue, i thought there were some items listed here that might have some general medical interest: 

If you are into AKs, G3, etc, this guy seems to have a wider selection of manuals than I’ve seen elsewhere: 

Weapons stuff:

Some non-survival reading:

Some planting PDFs on this site : pdf here:

A few manuals for .mil heaters listed on the right side of the page: 

Some PDFs and other info in there that might be interesting :

Click on this guys’ pics and it leads to PDFs on the topic: 

Not quite survival related, but interesting stuff: 

Medical info: 

PDFs at bottom of page:

Alcohol PDFs on bottom of page:

PAW fiction:

Medical cheat sheets:

SOME stuff on this site is free and downloadable. You need to pick around the folders: … enneke.pdf … 1/mode/2up … %26hl%3Den … onanza.php … Skills.pdf … F-CARD.pdf … 4-2008.pdf … x2h8mrLJyw … … tified.pdf … 44-158.pdf … okshttp:// … target.jpg

Check out other links to left of this page: … ement.aspx … p/item/330

A few more sites, concentrating on weapons manuals. Tried to not repeat any links already posted.

Right side of the page: … &Itemid=29

Links on right side of page:

Articles and downloads: … l_Book.pdf

Click on the pictures for the PDFs:

PDFs about radiological emergencies for first responders:
Consider poking around the rest of that site for more information.

Some replication of some downloads from elsewhere, but also some information I haven’t seen anywhere else:

Lots of downloadable medical stuff here:!466

This link went out on one of the prepper boards. Including it here for the folks who might have a reason to use one of the firearms-related calculators: … mmican.pdf … ctions.pdf

Background nuke info for those interested: … /dtu/pubs/ … 1.2007.pdf … Hooker.pdf … temID=3990 … &q&f=false … &q&f=false … ts&f=false … -pdfs.html … hives.html … ahawks.pdf

Surf around the parent directory, but between the JPG collection and the survival books, I found these two links to be the most useful portions of the site: … Documents/ … rbjSfVa2bx … _eatem.pdf … shafts.pdf … ources.htm … marked.pdf

Scroll down page for some free plans: … l-robinson

Spreadsheets for every imaginable thing. You might want to poke around the parent directory as well. Obviously there is a focus here on agriculture, but see if anything else interests you:’Essentials%20of%20Home%20Production%20and%20Storage&ei=RVr3Tc3POqWn0AGJ_NyrCw&usg=AFQjCNGhKL42PszLTgXHqGibQO-VrCG4Ag&sig2=WnvLdSsUrHe2fSjRyaquFQ

You might find something useful here about agriculture:

Most of this sites stuff is repetitive, but since many of these sites seem to drop off the net without warning, it doesn’t hurt to have a backup site with similar material on it:

I saw this site and figured stuff on it about the old dairy tech might help SOMEONE here eventually:

Mostly duplication of other sites’ stuff, but there ARE some things here I haven’t seen elsewhere:

You’ll need to do a search for “PDF”,”download”, direct link to each PDF: … _woods.pdf

Old stove instructions:

Some of you who still have tools from when they made that stuff here in the US might find one or more of these useful: … brary.html

For any Brits in the audience:

Shelf Stable Ingredient Cookbook:

You’ll need to click on survival manuals on the left side of the page: …

Free PDFs. Some are downloads, some are read-online only

A few downloads from a Brit scout site. Might be useful for teaching stuff to your kids:

I keep seeing peoplepost about using a straight razor post-SHTF. You might want to read up on this: … ainers.pdf … enneke.pdf … r_hive.pdf .

Couple of food/ foraging PDF links from this page: … al-library … php?id=171

Tinfoils loose here, reader beware: … Revolution … ut/gn4.pdf … rvival.pdf … ateControl … f-security

Check out the manual and pamphlets sections:

Not sure I’m ready to eat these, but some of you might find this cookbook interesting! … eSBBOn4B0g … bk_apn.pdf … php?id=900

Planting schedules: … php?id=594 … php?id=598

It is a dirty job but I suppose someone throughout history has had to do it. if PDFs on sewers and their history/ upkeep are your thing, look here: … artpdf.pdf … ukuoka.pdf

Hadn’t heard of this site. Free e-books: … agedie.pdf … eaters.php … hmcMrA5jZA

Generator Manuals:,

You have to poke around the site to see all downloads:

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