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New for 2012 – Tuff Lite Series

A brief video by Lynn C Thompson describing the design features of the new Tuff Lite series. Specifications: Weight: 2.5 oz Blade Thickness: 2.75 mm Blade Length: 2 1/2″ Handle: 3 1/2″ Long. Grivory Overall Length: 6 ” Steel: Japanese AUS 8A Stainless Pocket Clip: Stainless Pocket…

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Monday, April 16th, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Escape and Evade Tactical – Military Survival Kit.mpg

Available At: www.survivalmetrics.com Designed for US Forces of all branches, and equally suited to civilians looking for more tactical components in their survival kits or bug out bags, this kit fits squarely in the service uniform thigh pocket or cargo pocket so that it can be carried on the person at all times, independent of their other tactical equipment, (which may be lost or abandoned in certain situations.) Our most economically priced kit in the Escape and Evade series, yet comprehensively designed to address water purification, shelter, fire building, wound trauma, and navigation to dramatically increase the service members survival metrics.

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Thursday, February 16th, 2012 2012 Survival 7 Comments

Escape and Evade SERE Tactical Military Survival Kit.mpg

The Escape and Evade SERE Survival Kit: Located at: www.survivalmetrics.com Our smallest and lightest Escape & Evade series kit at just under a pound, the E&E SERE Survival Kit is designed for military servicemembers, tactical professionals, and civilians who want a tactical basis in their survival kit. Those who want their survival priorities covered, but do not want a lot of excess gear to weigh them down will find this kit suits their needs very well. Able to be carried in the thigh pocket of the operator or civilian, this kit is designed to be carried on the person at all times, independent of their other equipment which may get lost or abandoned in certain situations. Comprehensively designed to address water purification, shelter, fire building, wound trauma, signaling and navigation to dramatically increase the survival metrics of anyone who carries it.

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Sunday, February 12th, 2012 2012 Survival No Comments

How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse [ABC: 5-19-2011]

Subscribe for daily health news. Like/Dislike, Favorite, Comment, Embed on Blog, Facebook Share, and Tweet this video. Get the word out on this video. – Thursday May 19 2011 6:11 pm en.wikipedia.org Zombies are regularly encountered in horror and fantasy themed fiction and entertainment. They are typically depicted as mindless, shambling, decaying corpses with a hunger for human flesh, and in some cases, human brains in particular. As of 2009, zombies are challenging vampires for their popularity. The flesh-hungry undead, often in the form of ghouls and vampires, have been a fixture of world mythology dating at least since The Epic of Gilgamesh, in which the goddess Ishtar promises:One Thousand and One Nights is another early piece of literature to reference ghouls. A prime example is the story ‘The History of Gherib and His Brother Agib’ (from Nights vol. 6), in which Gherib, an outcast prince, fights off a family of ravenous ghouls, enslaves them, and converts them to Islam. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, while not a zombie novel proper, prefigures many 20th century ideas about zombies in that the resurrection of the dead is portrayed as a scientific process rather than a mystical one, and that the resurrected dead are degraded and more violent than their living selves. Frankenstein, published in 1818, has its roots in European folklore, whose tales of vengeful dead also informed the evolution of the modern conception of vampires as well as zombies. Later notable 19th

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Friday, May 27th, 2011 Prepper Survival 1 Comment

Bushcraft Survival Kit

Bushcraft Survival Kit

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Tuesday, November 16th, 2010 2012 Survival 5 Comments

Survival System (BOB Part 1)

This is part 4 of my Survival System Series but part 1 of the actual Bug Out Bag (bail out bag, get home bag, 72 hour kit, etc) phase. This BOB system contains the actual BOB itself (the medium Alice), as well as a duffel (which I probably won’t carry) and the Mossberg 500. As always, you can customize your BOB to fit what you feel will be your personal survival needs. I’m open to comments or suggestions on things that should be inside of it or missing items. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 2012 Survival 25 Comments

URBAN EDC PART 1 Bug out Bag

This is part 1 of my urban EDC bag. Please watch part 1 first. I did not show it in the video but I ALWAYS have a handgun with me as well. Please stay tuned for more videos! Check out a couple other great channels on youtube! www.youtube.com (KASPLARFO) www.youtube.com (RyanJcus) These guys have tons of great information that will help you survive! If you are looking for gear, I would suggest checking out the sites I mentioned on this video. CheaperThanDirt www.cheapertandirt.com County Comm www.countycomm.com

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Tuesday, October 5th, 2010 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Survival System (BOB Part 3)

This is part 6 of my Survival System Series but part 3 of the actual Bug Out Bag (bail out bag, get home bag, 72 hour kit, etc) phase. This BOB system contains the actual BOB itself (the medium Alice), as well as a duffel (which I probably won’t carry) and the Mossberg 500. As always, you can customize your BOB to fit what you feel will be your personal survival needs. I’m open to comments or suggestions on things that should be inside of it or missing items. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Monday, August 16th, 2010 2012 Survival 25 Comments

EDC URBAN PART 2-B Bug Out Bag

This is part 2 of my urban EDC bag. Please watch part 1 first. I did not show it in the video but I ALWAYS have a handgun with me as well. Please stay tuned for more videos! Check out a couple other great channels on youtube! www.youtube.com (KASPLARFO) www.youtube.com (RyanJcus) These guys have tons of great information that will help you survive! If you are looking for gear, I would suggest checking out the sites I mentioned on this video. CheaperThanDirt www.cheapertandirt.com County Comm www.countycomm.com

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Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 2012 Survival 11 Comments

Survival System (Home Part 2) Communication & First Aid

This is part 2 of my video series on my survival system. This part of the series consists of some of my supplies for home survival. Of course these supplies are ever developing and evolving. Supplies can be added and/or taken away every day. How you assemble your kit is based on what you feel you need to survive for the long term in a devastating situation. This group of supplies is designed to be stationary and remain in the home for use. These are not designed for portability. This is for sticking it out in the homestead. Comments or suggestions are always welcome. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Sunday, May 16th, 2010 2012 Survival 6 Comments