Articles like these are featured daily on SurvivalLife.com, alongside content other prepper blogs, product reviews, e-book reviews, and a variety of topics on disaster preparation and survival.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 03, 2013
The most recent Digital Newsletter from SurvivalLife.com has been released, and in it articles share some interesting and useful ways to become better prepared for anything, whether it’s a violent outbreak or a New Year’s celebration.
The featured article comes from survivalist and contributor Dave Scott, who enlightens readers on the primitive ways to create weapons from improvised items. Should chaos ensue and the thought of violence threaten safety, a self-crafted weapon can be a valuable tool.
“Creating basic improvised weapons in most instances is not a complicated process. This skill, like any other survival skills requires improvisation with the materials at hand,” wrote Scott. “The ability to create improvised weapons for hunting and self-defense is what not only skyrocketed our species to the top of the food chain but also what has kept us there.”
In the Survival Tip of the Day, Managing Editor ‘Above Average’ Joe shared some useful hints for staying safe during New Year’s celebrations. The advice can be applied to any night, and doesn’t just need to be adhered to during the holidays.
“Whether partying outdoors or staying indoors on New Year’s Eve, here are some important ways to make sure you and your loved ones safe when the clock strikes midnight,” wrote Joe.
The article goes on to share several useful hints that may seem obvious on the surface, but can instill quality safeguards in anyone’s frame of mind.
The last section of the Newsletter is the Practical Prepper article, which focuses on one of Joe’s newest additions to his survival gear arsenal. The ATAX Blade does just about anything a good survival tool should, and has quickly become a favorite item in Joe’s collection.
The Atax is an extremely intimidating and impressive tool as far as looks and build quality go. But let’s be honest, it’s going to be a little much for most people,” wrote Joe. “Most normal people won’t know how to use the inclinometer, the field level, or the compass.”
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