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by Samson Bearkiller on August 29, 2014. Updated September 7, 2014

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by Samson Bearkiller on June 5, 2014. Updated September 7, 2014

NTOA Rated and ApprovedLegendary Survival Systems

The Legendary Survival System is the only survival kit platform that allows you to have complete control over the design, quality and cost of your Bug-Out Bag. Our proprietary survival systems are designed by Survivalists for Survivalists and have been tested and proven in the harshest of terrains.

When you buy a Legendary Survival System you are not only buying quality, you are buying experience. We tap into a collective of survival experience when designing and testing each system to ensure they do exactly what they are supposed to do, keep you alive.

All of our Bug-Out Bag Systems are built with double and triple redundancy on “mission critical” items like water, fire and shelter. Redundancy and scalability is just one of the many thought processes that go into each and every Legendary Survival Systems; which is why they are the renowned favorite survival kit of military operators and police officers across America.

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Why You Need an Emergency Stove In Your BOB

Everyone has their own opinion of the “ideal” survival gear, I know I certainly do. The problem with having an idealistic view of survivalism is that no survival situation is ever ideal.

Your “BOB” (Bug Out Bag) or your “Go Bag” becomes your best friend in an emergency situation. This is especially true if you’re away from home or you are forced from your home. When on the move, you still need to eat and at times refill your water supply. Therefore, having a portable emergency stove is important for many reasons, the most important of which is for purifying your water. [click to continue…]


Gunshot Wound Treatment – Survivalist Style

Gun Shot Wounds

by Brian Edwards on September 7, 2014. Updated September 8, 2014

As a gunsmith and competitive shooter, I know a lot about firearms but I have never been in a firefight. Not knowing what to do in the event I am in one and someone I care about is hit scared the hell out of me and prompted me to write this article.

In the event someone in your party is struck by a bullet, priority is SAFETY! Know the location of the shooter, clear yourself of the line of fire first, you can’t help anyone being hit yourself, AND THEN extract the victim!

Try not to move the victim any more than necessary to clear the line of fire or find cover. Once this is done, we have two time frames to consider, depending on the wound assessment. 10 MINUTES to an ambulance is considered ideal. Stabilizing the victim within the first hour of the trauma or Golden Hour is the next.

Assess the victims wound(s). Study location of wound, blood loss, and size of the hole. Try if possible to wear universal protective equipment when available to prevent spreading of blood borne pathogens, bot to you and infection later on to the victim. During the assessment phase, check for pulse and respiration. If either of these are not present, begin CPR immediately! [click to continue…]


Survivalist 101 Annual Top 10 Survival Knives List!

March 26, 2014

The list of knives below cost between $39 and $200. We chose the best inexpensive knives and moderately priced knives to cover everyone’s budget; and to find the BEST overall survival knives. Remember, it’s a survival knife … and it doesn’t work if you can’t afford it! However, if it’s worth it, it might be […]

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Water: How To Store the Single Most Important Emergency Item

March 13, 2014

The average human can survive without food for a month or more depending on the circumstances, but cannot survive without water for more than three to seven days.  With water making up 65 percent of the body, it’s essential for life. How Disasters Affect Water Supplies Unless you’re living in California, where even the latest […]

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Best Practices to Ensuring GMO-Free Food Storage

March 11, 2014

We’d like to welcome Phil Cox, CEO of Legacy Food Storage, to our Food Storage Review Series. Phil has graciously shared his knowledge of the issue of GMOs in food storage, and how consumers can best determine if their food vendor meets GMO free requirements. A Message from Phil Cox, CEO of Legacy Food Storage […]

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Field Stripping and Cleaning a 1911 Pistol: In Depth Tutorial

March 10, 2014

Cleaning Is the Most Crucial Part of Gun Maintenance  This article will explain step-by-step the most basic of gunsmithing skills, cleaning. Of the hundreds of guns I look at each year, 65% of them just need a good cleaning. I charge around $40 to do this simple procedure, but it can easily be done at […]

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