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Graywolf's articles about survival

Here are the more survival skills-specific articles on Graywolf Survival. These are the articles that will help you survive camping or living in the wilderness, outdoors in Nature. Basically, this is the section that will help you if you're stuck out in the middle of a combat zone or wilderness, or even just a very rural area with only what you brought with you and no comms to the outside world for help or extraction.

Learning how to survive instead of buying survival gear is the priority. I may occasionally put some articles about gear here but only if I think they'd be a huge asset for survival considering the cost, weight and volume expense you'd incur.

Home Safety: It’s a Family Affair

I believe that it is my responsibility to protect my family. Having firearms helps me do that. But as we all know, having kids and guns can be a dangerous affair.

These 3 inventories could save your life in a survival situation

In order to survive, you need to have a plan. You can’t form an effective plan unless you know what you have available to you. This is about how to go about doing that.

How to defend your bug out/in location: Preparing your battlespace

If you’re trying to defend a homestead or bug out location with a small group, you need to improve your odds by what are called force multipliers. One of the best ways to fight like a larger group is to prepare your battlespace.

What to do if you’re captured

So if you and/or your family were captured as a hostage or kidnapped, would you know how to deal with it? Every situation is different and can be very fluid but here are some things to consider.

What weapons should you use to defend your home?

The question about what the best home defense weapon is is a pretty hotly-debated one. Some people thing it’s a .45, some people think it’s an M-16 or AK-47, and some people think it’s a shotgun. Here’s what I think.

Developing a survival routine before and after SHTF

Developing a routine is not only important to help you prepare for an emergency, survival, or even a SHTF situation, having a routine during those situations can save your life.

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