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Civil unrest can be one of the most frightening times for millions and, worryingly, many factors can cause unrest. It can be a simple power cut, community tension or even a State-wide crisis but no matter what triggers unrest, it can be truly dangerous for those caught in the midst. You don’t ...

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Being prepared to bug-out in a matter of minutes is crucial because when disaster strikes, you have very little time to organize what you need. Every minute will truly count when it comes to avoiding disaster because should your home flood, you only have seconds to gather up your possessions and ...

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How are you going to react when a natural disaster hits your hometown? Will you remain calm or will you be left in a panic? Do you even know what to do when a natural disaster strikes? Unfortunately too many people aren’t prepared for a natural disaster and it costs thousands their homes and more ...

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Seasoned hikers know the importance of having the right equipment unfortunately most newcomers struggle to get an idea of what they need. It can be difficult because different hiking trails require different equipment and many newbie’s don’t understand the need for so much equipment. However, ...

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From snake bites to torrential floods, disaster can occur at the worst of times. However, being stuck with little or no help can be very dangerous for everyone. That is why you need to know a few common survival tactics to help keep you safe no matter what emergency arises. Wrap Up When Fighting ...

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In the past few years, hiking has exploded onto the scene with it becoming more and more popular. Some hiking trails run across the world’s most beautiful hotspots and it can be such a unique experience whether it’s a small local trail or the biggest the world has to offer. Though, as most will ...

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Blending In

Blending In

Morning’s first gray light had disappeared hours ago as the warming sun hung overhead. Yucca and sagebrush dotted the withered yellow buffalo grass that blanketed the broken country surrounding me. Junipers and cedars filled the draws of the canyon that stretched out in front of me. Energetic mule ...

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Hiking can be fun, exciting and appealing but there will be the inevitable injury along the way. No matter how many precautions you take or how careful you take a step, you will get injured. In some cases, it is nothing more than a blister or little paper cut but you still need to know how to deal ...

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Click here for full specs, reviews, and pricing The Eberlestock Halftrack is a very handy pack. The reason it's handy is it's small - it's a great 2-day bag -, it has handles that you can pick it up by real quick and be on the go. Many people use it as a bug-out bag, keeping it loaded with medical ...

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            Molybdenum was discovered by Carl Wilhelm Scheele of Sweden in 1778. This element has an atomic weight of 95.94 and an atomic number of 42. It is silvery-white in color and represents one of the hardest refractory metals; i.e., resistant metals with a melting point of 2,617? C. It ...

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Jim Carmichael in his 1975 book entitled The modern rifle questions whether modern cartridges followed rifle design or today's rifles came about to meet the demands of modern ballistics. He concluded that during the previous 75 years, few original basic rifle mechanisms and cartridges had been ...

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by Lindell Dillon When the experts from Antiques Roadshow were asked about things to collect in the next century, what do you think they suggested? How about Ducks Unlimited stamps and wildlife paintings? Surprised? Don't be. Antiques Roadshow appraiser Judy Campbell says if you've ever ...

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