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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.

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.

Develop a survival attitude

Surviving a combat or SHTF situation isn’t all about what you have in your bug out bag – or even just what survival skills you have. Your attitude can make the difference between living and dying.

Start a fire without matches using a cheap Fresnel lens

Starting a fire is one of those manly skills you just gotta learn. Anyone can start one with a pack of matches or a lighter, but what if you don’t have any or you run out or lose them somehow? Starting a fire without matches is pretty easy if you have a little knowledge. There […]

A great bushcraft cordage video you need to see

To survive a real survival situation in the wilderness, one of the most important skills you need to learn along with how to make fire or purify water is how to make cordage. A lot of people learn how to do things like start a fire without matches or a lighter or how to navigate […]

10 ways how to start a fire without a lighter

You might not have a lighter or matches available when you need to start a fire. Here are 10 creative ways to start a fire without them.

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