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Whether it’s a disaster in your area, or a personal accident, having a well-equipped survival kit is essential to your well-being. There is a wide variety of survival kits for all emergency disasters, including home survival kits, pet survival kits, and bug out bags. In any case, the resources, survival tips, and survival kit ideas offered at SurvivalKit.com far surpass any offered in the industry in terms of quality, versatility, and affordability. All that is found at SurvivalKit.com will prepare you today, so you can survive tomorrow!
You never know when things will go wrong. In combat one of the enemy’s greatest advantages is the element of surprise. Mother Nature uses this at times also, and it can be devastating. More and more people choose to ignore the frequent emergency disasters they hear about on the news, refusing to acknowledge that they are just as vulnerable as those affected. Here at SurvivalKit.com we know that anyone could be at the mercy of emergency disasters at any time, so we believe preparing is the responsible and smart thing to do. Our goal is simple; to make sure you are sufficiently prepared for any emergency disasters that may arise, and through being prepared you ultimately survive. Here are some things to consider for better proactive preparation and survival:
Purchasing emergency survival kits and home survival kit, . Buying a survival kit is one of the best precautionary measures you can take for yourself and for your family. The survival kit list here at SurvivalKit.com includes:home survival kits, car survival kits, and specific storm survival kits, just to name a few. A few survival kits that are growing in popularity are our Office Survival kits and our School Survival kits. The top survival kit offered on the website is the Ultimate Bug Out Kit, designed to serve a universal purpose. It makes for a great addition to your home survival kits, but can also be greatly useful in the wild. Small Pet Survival kits are available, as well as the option to build your own survival kit.
Reading survival tips. SurvivalKit.com knows that simply providing you with emergency survival kits is not enough – you need tools and know-how advice to use your resources efficiently. For this purpose, we offer archive after archive of survival tips and survival kit ideas that can be the difference between life and death in an emergency. Using this valuable advice will give you an advantage over someone who just has the ‘stuff,’ but not the know-how.
Living a prepared lifestyle. Not all disasters can be predicted by a weatherman, and you’re not always given a warning. Emergency disasters like a terrorist attack, an earthquake, or a hiking trip gone awry are among the circumstances that you can’t prevent or predict. But living a prepared lifestyle could make all the difference in these cases. If you’re living a prepared lifestyle, you are able to make better decisions, when everyone else can only depend on pure survival instinct. This preparation will also be evident in how accessible your emergency survival kits are. Have one in your car? Is a survival kit in your office? If you’re living a prepared lifestyle, survival kits will always be close by. You will then be able to take responsibility for yourself and those who are in your care.
You need to know how to how to protect yourself against people who may want to hurt you. Getting the proper training and education is something anyone who is serious about being prepared when shtf. Funker Tactical is one of my favorite videos t... Read More
EDC is something that we call should take time to consider. What are the items you carry everyday? Published on Sep 10, 2013 Sensible Prepper Presents: EDC; Everyday Carry. Here's is what I carry everyday. It conti... Read More
Published on Nov 29, 2012 What is a Thermoelectric Module? Living off the grid. In 1821, T. J. Seebeck discovered that different metals, known as a thermocouple, will develop a micro-voltage if the junctions are held at... Read More
The art of bartering is a skill, and when the shtf those who can barter effectively will have the upper hand. Here OnePrepAhead shares his list of items he thinks would be good items to stockpile that you can use to barter. What i... Read More
Uploaded on Dec 3, 2011 This video will help get you started. You will need 2 3' oak dowels, a bayonet or good knife, a steel pipe, some lead, glue, rubber, apoxy and a few other odds and ends. This video addresses how ... Read More
AlfieAesthetics goes through techiques for signalling for help, these can be used when lost out in the woods as well as in other emergency situations. Published on Dec 31, 2013 Demonstrating the techniques and practices of signall... Read More
Published on Dec 8, 2012 A simple "Do it Yourself" net that can be made out of any type of cordage or string. This net is awesome as a gill net for fishing, a net for trapping birds and can be used as a makeshift bag to... Read More