Today we’re looking at some survival knowledge from across the web and including some helpful commentary to assist you in choosing which are the most interesting.
From survivallife.com: How to Make an Improvised Camping Lantern
DIY articles are always fun, and this one is actually pretty simple for the quality of lantern you get out of it. You only need a few simple pieces of cloth and metal, plus a nice container to hold your fuel in and you’re ready to roll. Although I’d certainly be more inclined to use flashlights and such if possible when I really needed light, for incidental light designs like this could be quite nifty. As an added safety precaution, I would strongly recommend using gloves when you are making this lantern, since cutting the aluminum could leave very sharp edges that can give nasty cuts.
From survivalcommonsense.com: Build a Brick Rocket Stove: Is it Safe to Use Concrete Blocks
Another DIY article in a sense, though in this case it’s more helpful in adjusting existing plans you may have seen elsewhere online. It’s important to consider if you will need to change out regular concrete bricks for more resistant fire bricks and fire clay as a mortar in your stove. Furthermore, it’s equally important to know when you can avoid spending all that money, provided it doesn’t put you in danger of course! This article gives both sides, as well as the accompanying advice from several roof and chimney experts to assist. A very nifty article, and definitely one I recommend you check out.
From activeresponsetraining.net: What Do I Say After a Shooting?
A grim thought, but also a very important topic for this post. Sadly it can be easy for you to hand potent weapons to an attorney even if you’re 100% justified in shooting when you’re still jittery and full of adrenaline, but there are ways to mitigate the potential for damage. This article covers a lot of solid info on minimizing the chance of making foolish statements without also ticking off the officers who arrive. It’s a delicate balance to make since refusing to give information can often be considered extremely rude, but this article offers some advice on how to formulate the statement so that you can stay on everyone’s good side without spilling your guts just because you were asked a simple question. Anyone who plans on or who already does carry a weapon for self-defense should definitely know the information contained within this article.
Let us know your opinions on the articles we’ve chosen, and feel free to mention others that you found interesting!