What is the difference between a compound crossbow and a recurve crossbow? The recurve bow has more of a traditional design, it is a basic bow design that has been around since the medieval age. Read More
When choosing a location to hone your bushcraft skills there are some things to consider, land ownership, laws and bylaws in the UK can make it more difficult than it used to be in days gone past to simply wild camp. Read More
Preppers used to be seen as a paranoid bunch of nutters, to put it frankly, wasting time on a disaster that would never come? Read More
A SHTF scenario (Shot Hits The Fan) may not even be caused by a finger on the nuclear button, a flu pandemic or financial meltdown.
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was recently asked by our local newspaper if the US elections had any effect on sales of our prepping and outdoor products. There was a huge spike in sales leading up to the elections in november, social media played a huge part for the first time in an american election.
The brexit vote has pushed sales up due to several factors, the build up to the vote was peppered with speeches by ex prime minister david cameron on the threat of world war three if we left the union, the pound has dropped to an all time low with the euro and us dollar sparking fears of civil unrest. Read More
Lets take a quick look at what we think will keep you safe, warm, fed & happy whether your hiking across the moors, on a canoe expedition down the amazon or simply camping in the local woods, and yes we do have some lovely woods here in cambridge. Read More
The term Bushcraft is relatively new to the United kingdom, but a common activity in the USA for many decades. Bushcraft covers a wide range of skills such as fire-lighting, cooking on an open fire, shelter building, uses of plants, finding and purifying water, and more outdoor lifestyle choices. Read More
Buying a bushcraft knife can be confusing, here we explain the terminology of what makes a good bushcraft knife, and guide you to a conclusion to help you choose the right product.
Paracord literally has hundreds of uses in a survival situation such as shelter building, fishing, hunting as snares or lashing a spear, load carriage, lashing a raft, the list is endless.
The recent cryptosporidium parasite scare in lancashire highlights the need for preparing for the unexpected, some two weeks and still now the water supply has been infected with supermarkets selling out of bottled water, and residents warned to boil all water reminds us of a third world country situation.
Whether you’re prepping a Bug Out bag for a camping trip or an entire RV for a long vacation, space is going to be a pretty valuable commodity of which there will not be a lot afforded to you.
We all like to think we’d be able to survive if we were dropped into the wilderness. But, how many of us would actually be able to fend for ourselves? Here are the 10 rules to remember if you’re heading out to spend some time with Mother Nature…