An axe is a dual-purpose instrument used as both a tool and a weapon. Whether functioning as a tool or a weapon, the duties you perform with your axe are essential, and regardless of your axe’s designated use, one...
I personally didn't think much of them at first: they're small, lack firepower, and are a lot less reliable than their non-collapsible counterparts. Just take a collapsible baton, for example, the collapsible baton has a lot of moving parts...
No camper, hunting kit, or cabin in the woods is complete without an oil lamp. Oil lamps are favorites of the outdoor explorer because of their versatility: they are safe to burn inside and outdoors. But lamp oil isn’t...
Not having a firearm can leave you at a huge disadvantage when defending your home from an intruder, especially if they’re armed. Depending on what the intruder is armed with, your odds of surviving the home invasion can go...
A lot of people who are stranded in the wilderness without any emergency supplies often freak out about water, first and foremost. And for good reason. On average, the human body cannot survive without adequate water (about 10 cups)...
The Dollar retains its value when people trust it. With uncertain times can come uncertain changes in its value. Some currencies have already lost that trust and left people struggling, but certain items always retain their value. So, what...
When you carry a firearm on your person, the holster is an important accessory. Whether you are going concealed or open carry, it’s beneficial to know the types of holsters available and their best uses. So, which is better,...
I'm not going to lie. Taking care of a baby is hard work. As a single father of a one-year-old baby girl, I have to admit I wasn’t prepared for the difficulty of raising a child alone. And while it’s hard enough...
When winter weather sets in, it's important to take steps to protect yourself from the cold. Extreme cold can cause hypothermia, frostbite, and other health problems. It does not matter if you are at home, in your car, or...
You may have heard your parents, grandparents, or even your great-grandparents telling stories of the Great Depression. In 1929, the stock market crashed, kicking off a ten-year economic depression until 1939. At its worst, in 1933, roughly 15 million,...