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How To Make A Survival Whistle From A .223 Case

How To Make A Survival Whistle From A .223 Case Because yelling will make you lose your voice, it’s important to carry a whistle just in case you get in a jam. For example: When I went mountain biking with a group of friends I crashed plenty of times. Luckily, none were serious. However, if …

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Five Useful Knots For Camping, Survival, Hiking, And More

Five Useful Knots For Camping, Survival, Hiking, And More Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Have you ever come across a situation where something you never really thought of before was all of …

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17 Ways To Reuse A 2-Liter Soda Bottle for Survival

17 Ways To Reuse A 2-Liter Soda Bottle for Survival Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. How many of you drink from a 2-liter soda bottle? i bet 80% of you do and …

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27 Survival Uses for Floss You Never Thought Of

27 Survival Uses for Floss You Never Thought Of Preppers and survivalists love it when one item in their emergency supply has several uses. This is why alot of people love the idea of survival floss 🙂 Dental floss and dental tape provide hygienic maintenance for healthy teeth and gums, but your dentist and your mom …

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25 Practical Survival Uses For Duct Tape

25 Practical Survival Uses For Duct Tape Who would have thought that the humble roll of duct tape would deserve a place in your survival kit? If there ever was a miracle product better than spray-on-hair or the ShamWow, it has to be duct tape. Over the past 70 years of its existence, this staple …

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Great Depression Cooking: Survival Casserole

Great Depression Cooking: Survival Casserole  When it comes to hard times, the lack of food turns many people into kitchen scientists. During the Great Depression, many of the meals eaten by Americans were made up of whatever was on hand, even if the ingredients didn’t traditionally ‘go together.’ People living during this time had to be creative! Whatever …

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