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  1. Off-Grid Alternative & Emergency Power/Energy
    The title of the video is nonsense, but the video isn't all that bad. He does use electricity for a fan, but you can use a battery for the power supply.
  2. DIY - Do It Yourself
    So, I was doing some reading on urban survival (not sure if this should go in the urban survival section) but the principle can be applied in non-urban survival situations too I suppose. I had heard people talking about last minute make shift setups to protect against radiation as much as...
  3. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Our rig is pretty much done, our trailer is a 1969 Chevy C10 short bed that's a beauty! lol! The stripping and restoration starts this weekend and it's gonna be a labor of love. I wanna see your DIY trailer builds...not a bought trailer. Preferably a service or utility bed converted into your...
  4. Food and water
    This guy uses clay pots to filter water. Is this a legit water filter? I know clay has been used but this seems weird. Also is there a substitute for the bung he uses? I’ve also heard old timers put a silver coin in them to keep bacteria from growing in the pots. Anyway, I thought this was...
  5. DIY - Do It Yourself
    What cookware would the blacksmith make after shtf?
  6. Recipes
    What cold breakfast cereal would you make after-shtf?
  7. Recipes
    Here's the Ingredients to make Breakfast Cereal from Scratch: 1.) How to Make Homemade Cornmeal 2.) Homemade Cornmeal Recipe | In The Kitchen With Matt 3.) How to Make Sugar - Survive Nature 4.) How to Make Salt From Seawater » SHTF Survival Secrets 5.) Foraging Salt Inland 6.) Making Vanilla...
  8. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    The scenario is it's a permanent blackout caused by name-your-disaster-here. That disaster have reverted society to the 18th century. All the pre-blackout resources are panic-purchased during the early months. The infrastructure is broken as it was in the pre-blackout days. People are still...
  9. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Sorry mods if this is in the wrong place but anyway: I’ve decided to build a white oak 1.2 meter long shortbow and I thought that some of the members of this forum would appreciate a build along. so anyway what I started with was to find a good piece of wood with a straight grain and no knots...
  10. DIY - Do It Yourself
    OK, so.. In an effort to Try and keep Some sort of 'personal development / great-ideas inspiration' alive in this Site (amidst the daily 'churning Sea' of bad news, devolving events, and general craziness goin on.. *sigh* ..Here's Your chance to Share your Crafts / DIY Projects (and any...
  11. DIY - Do It Yourself
    This is a site chalked full of all kinds of neat info. Practically laid out too. Be great to use a "site sucker" program to download all the info. Very useful stuff. Site has 6922 Files at 14.8 GB https://www.pssurvival.com
  12. Firearms General Discussion
    Not sure if this is the right place to put this, but I've been playing with different Night Vision stuff for a while and wanted to start sharing some videos and information stuff since so much of what's out there is more sales plugs and hype than anything else. Anyway here's the link to my...
  13. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Hi there Just a quick question if anyone knows where to find this info... How much alcohol would I need to addd to protect from freezing? Have been wanting to make my own washer fluid. Wanted to use methyl hydrate or rubbing alcohol as the antifreeze, but don't know how much I would need to...
  14. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I am trying to complete a DIY for a home security system, Cameras, Window Alarms, Door Locks, Window Film, Doorbell Camera, etc. For the window alarms I went with the Doberman Security Mini Window Alert https://amzn.to/2urwWrc . I know that these are not a magic talisman, but combined with...
  15. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Hunting season has arrived and everyone around here is keeping a close eye on their dogs. Was at the feed store and they had beautiful orange safety collars for $9-$10 bucks. Instead of spending 50+ bucks on five new store bought collars, I ordered supplies for $10.86 online and have enough...
  16. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Had some tinker time on my hands and thought to make a coffee can stove. Works really well and for someone with no plans and sketches i thought it turned out real nice. With stove pipe cement to seal the gaps, it runs real good. No backdraft at all. Have to make better legs as the stove is...
  17. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So I've read number of threads on BOB &a INCH kits, and some very detailed lists of what to have. What I'd like to entertain is "How to be unobtrusively prepared", aka, 'concealed carry' for the prepper. E.g., perhaps replacing your clothing pulls (hood strings, etc.) with paracord; having a...
  18. DIY - Do It Yourself
    So about a year ago I picked up about 6-8 yrds of MARPAT camo that I thought was ultralight silnylon. I plan to make an ultralight pack cover. Tarp and a few other things. I noticed that this seems to be 2nds from whoever makes the this fabric. It seems to be ripstop but it's not water proof...
  19. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hello all, I've been looking at DIY greenhouse plans so I can store my babies under a protected patio for upcoming dormancy (I live in the Rogue valley in Oregon so our winters are cold). I also live in a townhome/apartment in the middle of the city (not for long!) and don't have much room to...
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