Survival posts take me back to my childhood. I was a avid hiker and explorer. My dad was a park ranger and I used to spend hours roaming the woods we lived on. it was my interest in wilderness survival that shaped me and lead me to prepping.
The mindset to survive in the woods and the mindset to survive a disaster is very similar, actually I would say the survival mindset is the same. Its like the response Daniel Boone once gave when asked if he ever got lost. Daniel replied “I’ve never been lost, but I once spend 3 days a bit bewildered about my current location”.
It does not matter about the location, what matters is the will to survive coupled with the skills to solve problem and the knowledge to recognize solutions.
Every hunter out there who hunts regularly must have heard of or is familiar with Crossbows. Crossbows date back to medieval times, about two thousand years and still thrive well in today’s market, among hunters, artifact, relic and weapon collectors alike.
A crossbow is a type of bow that consists of horizontal bow-like assembly mounted on a stock that shoots projectiles called bows or quarrels. If you can handle a rifle or a bow, then you probably can handle a crossbow with some practice, but before you shoot a crossbow keep in mind that, as with most weapons, safety measures are necessary. Continue reading “What Is a Crossbow And How Are Crossbows a Great Hunting Weapon”→
Many studies have shown that students who are involved in extracurricular activities are far less likely to develop dangerous habits like smoking and drug abuse. Despite the heavy evidence supporting these facts, only 2.6 million of students from the ages 12-17 are actively enrolled in such activities.
If you are looking for a good after-school activity for your kids to get involved in, then archery is a fantastic option to consider. This article will briefly outline just 10 of the many benefits your child can reap from learning archery. Continue reading “10 Reasons Children Should Learn Archery”→