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RealPrep RealisticPreparedness https://www.realisticpreparedness.com/ - Disaster and Daily Survival

Picking out the right pocket knife is all about finding the right balance of features for a given price point. These days there are literally hundreds of choices just a website order away. LAPG has been marketing in-house designs for the last few years with the goal of cutting out the middle man to provide a really competitive value to the end-user, as seen with the TBFK S35VN EDC Folding Knife.




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The Seven Kinds of Survival Stoves That You Can Trust

If you don’t want to start the day by lighting up the BBQ grill in the rain to make your morning coffee, then having a survival stove handy is an excellent idea. We review the seven main stove types, based on the fuel they use, and take a look at examples that represent the “best of” each of those groups...





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The Seven Kinds of Survival Stove That Can Easily Travel The best options for the seven different kinds of portable survival stove with the pros and cons of each type so you don't have to make coffee on the grill https://www.realisticpreparedness.com/best-options-for-the-seven-different-kinds-of-portable-survival-stove/

How To Make Char Cloth, The Easy Way



How to make char cloth is a common survival question. Char cloth is a very traditional fire starter which, according to some, has been around since before the middle ages. It is commonly used as the tinder in spark based fire starting methods, such as with a ferro rod or flint and steel. Char cloth does not burst into flame, but will easily turn into a red, slow burning ember with just a spark. This makes it an excellent way to ignite handfuls of dry grass, pine straw or leaves when a lighter is not available.

How To Make Char Cloth, The Easy Way - Realistic Preparedness - Disaster and Daily Survival How to make char cloth is a common survival question. Char cloth is a very traditional fire starter which can be used to catch sparks from a flint and steel https://www.realisticpreparedness.com/how-to-make-char-cloth-the-easy-way/
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Three Easy Tricks For How To Find Fatwood



Fatwood is the free firestarter that can be found almost anywhere there is a pine tree. One common question, though is how to find fatwood? It doesn’t matter if you call it fatwood, lightwood, heartwood or some other regional variation. The magic behind this old woodsman’s trick lies in the lifecycle of the trees.



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Three Easy Tricks For How To Find Fatwood - What You Need To Know The magic behind the old woodsman's trick of how to find fatwood, the free firestarter, lies in the lifecycle of pine trees. https://www.realisticpreparedness.com/how-to-find-fatwood/
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