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How to procure drinking water at modernsurvivalguide.net

Learn how to procure water by reading this leaked handout of a U.S, Marine training guide on procuring water during the summer months.

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By Shalini M  – Submitted On May 18, 2019 Whether talking about our cabins or even our primary residences the deck/porch of our house must be hand built by the owner to earn the respect of his neighbors and guests. Building a deck is something every man must do at some point as a right of passage into manhood. Building the perfect deck all starts with the wood. OUTDOOR FLOORING When we buy or construct our own homes, we ensure that every little detail is absolutely perfect and we are not prepared to compromise on quality. Decking of floors is no different and the same rules apply. Choosing the best floor decking is necessary to ensure its longevity and long-lasting quality. There are many types of decking to choose from, such as wood and composite. The buyer must ensure that they do their research on the quality and the quantity they require…

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Top 5 best survival handbooks at modernsurvivalguide.net

Learning how to survive in extreme situations gives you life saving skills that can certainly mean the difference between life and death. When educating yourself on tactics and methods used in disaster preparation and wilderness/urban survival it is important to make sure you are learning from good resources. Here is a list of the 10 ten survival books that you can order on amazon. 1.) The Bushcraft Boxed Set: Bushcraft 101; Advanced Bushcraft; The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, & Cooking in the Wild; Bushcraft First Aid is the complete set of the Bushcraft 101 guide and you may see me refer to it often as it was my first survival book as a young kid and contains one of the most extensive guides on how to survive in the wild to date with detailed drawings and tutorials. 2.) Prepper’s Long-Term Survival Guide: Food, Shelter, Security, Off-the-Grid Power and…

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It is never a bad idea to tie your bag to a high tree branch when camping to keep it off the ground and out of reach from pests.

Top 10 items for your Survival Kit (on a budget!) How to put together the ultimate bug-out-bag?

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Owning your own sailboat is the ultimate freedom man can have.

The freedom that sailing brings to a man is powerful. Learn the best ways to get your own boat on the modern survival guide blogs.

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By Jake Buckland Behind this, straightforward question is the assumption that preparing for an emergency is not required. You might be thinking that this world is relatively safe, your job stable and your kids healthy. So then why do you need to store food and water for a disaster that might not happen? Wouldn’t your time, energy and money be better spent taking care of things you know are important and not uncertainties like disasters? Absolutely yes. However, preparing for a disaster shouldn’t take away from your life’s responsibilities and joys. Your mortgage will still need to be paid. Your vacation should still go ahead as planned and your kids’ college tuition should continue being saved. Those of us who are pursuing disaster preparedness at the cost of neglecting personal and professional responsibilities are missing the point altogether. You don’t need to devote your entire life to disaster preparedness to be…

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Learn how to maintain your compound at modernsurvivalguide.net

By Janet Slagell  Surviving right now means taking care of the home that you’ve got, first. Unless you have reason to abandoned your current address, lets take a look at some of the top things to check on throughout the year in order to maintain a safe and secure location to plant your home base of operations. Did you know that there is more to your home’s exterior than just siding and paint? Sure, you may recognize that, but it should also be noted that your roof is also a part of the exterior of your home. After all, without the roof, your home’s interior would not be protected! (shocking, isn’t it?) So, it is quite important to see that you take care of your home’s exterior. This doesn’t have to be a part of the basic To Do list that you check off weekly, but it should definitely be a…

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Learn how to DIY your own homestead at modernsurvivalguide.net

By Adelyn Taylor  When it comes to making your garden a better place, there are many tasks you need to consider. There is no denying that most landscaping tasks require time and patience on your end and the flower bed building is a vivid example of such a project. There are some caveats you need to be aware of, especially if you are going to accept the challenging mission of building the flower bed on your own. Here are a few guidelines that will save you the mundane trial-error process. Ask yourself a few questions first – does the chosen spot get enough sunlight? Is the soil in good condition – no weeds, rocks, debris? Do you have a vision about the flower bed design? Last but not least – do you have enough free time and expertise to complete the project on your own or would you rather contact your…

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DEREGULATED STATES AND REGULATED STATES at modernsurvivalguide.net

By Leo Eigenberg If your electricity company operates in multiple states or electricity grids, then there’s a chance you are operating in both a regulated and deregulated market. It’s important to understand the differences between the two market types when choosing an energy provider. Here is an overview of the different markets: Regulated A regulated market, much like the name implies, is when the entire market is controlled through vertically integrated monopoly utilities that are overseen by public regulators. It’s up to the utility to generate power, send it to the grid, and get it to customers. Customers in a regulated market are unable to choose an energy provider and can only deal with the utility in the area. Most markets in the southeast, northwest, and west are regulated ones. Deregulated In the deregulated market, participants other than utilities are able to own power plants and transmission lines. This means power…

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HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT WOODWORKER FOR YOUR PROJECT(S) at modernsurvivalguide.net

By Alex Gracias For many of our projects such has cabins and bunkers we may want to employ outside help. Here are some things to consider when choosing a qualified wood worker. Woodworkers run throughout a number of markets, being experts in woodworking, with their job flexibility getting to throughout significant building and construction tasks to house restorations as well as anywhere between. As an outcome, woodworkers are in high need both from the basic public for property tasks as well as for significant building and construction jobs, with these huge range building and construction tasks needing woodworkers to do anything from the structure to the roof covering to floor covering. Groups of wood workers. The group of woodworkers, while in significance relevant throughout the market when it comes to those beginning in the woodworking sector, has a range of strengths that woodworkers could adhere to in their job. That is…

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Learn 4 self defense moves that everyone should know at modernsurvivalguide.net

By David A J King Self-defense training has gone a long way in helping people save themselves from situations that would have otherwise overwhelmed them. An attacker always expects a victim to be cooperative and when you catch them unaware and counter the attack, you always have a higher chance of gaining control of the situation. Both men and women ought to learn a few defense moves to put them in a better position to handle such situations when they arise. Below are some of the most effective strikes you should learn so you can do something to get out of an attack. 1. Smack and hack This is a technique that blasts imminent threat and it is also very good in countering grabbing attacks. When you are faced with a straight punching attack, this move can also prove to be very effective. You can instantly knock out your opponent and…

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Are karate masters hiding ancient deadly secrets? Find out at modernsurvivalguide.net

By Al Case One would think it inconceivable, that Karate Masters would deliberately hide their best self defense techniques, but it is true. Gichin Funakoshi began teaching karate to the Japanese in the 1920s. While the Japanese received this new martial art with glee, the old Okinawan Masters were less than pleased. In fact, they came together and made a ‘secret pact’ not to teach the real martial arts. One of the students of the time Shozan Kubota, remembered learning Karate from Master Funakoshi, and being surprised by the two styles that were being taught. There was the style taught during the daytime at the local university, and then there was the vastly different style taught in the evening. When Mr. Kubota wondered about this discrepancy he was told that Sensei Funakoshi was not supposed to be teaching the evening karate. That Funakoshi was bound by secret pact to hide the…

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