UK professor releases zombie apocalypse survival guide

One in four Brits has a plan in place – to survive a zombie apocalypse, it has emerged. Researchers who carried out a detailed study also found around one in six have considered putting together a survival kit. Among the most common items we would rush to shove into a bag before escaping an invasion… Read More UK professor releases zombie apocalypse survival guide

Don’t blow your cover: Use your radio wisely

By Jake Sepulveda Two-way Radios, HAM Radios and CBs are great for keeping in contact with fellow survivors and outside sources and battery operated or crank operated radios are great for getting up-to-date information. However, the sound of incoming messages and radio squelch/static can quickly give away your position…and that’s not always something you want… Read More Don’t blow your cover: Use your radio wisely

Apocalypse hair care: keep it clean, keep it short

By Jake Sepulveda Personal grooming may not seem like a priority for surviving a Zombie outbreak, but ignoring your hair and keeping your locks long can easily get you killed. Zombies are grabbers, just like thick brush and rubble can be. They’ll snatch and claw at anything they can get their hands on, and they… Read More Apocalypse hair care: keep it clean, keep it short

Honey everlasting: The multi-purpose sweet

By Jake Sepulveda Great for sweetening up the bitter moments in your life, honey is also an immunity and energy booster, as well as a natural remedy for many ailments. This eternally shelf stable liquid gold is some of the best stuff to have around. Even though you’ve probably been sold on the bright yellow honey all… Read More Honey everlasting: The multi-purpose sweet

Lights out for survival safety

By Jake Sepulveda You are not a lighthouse, so stop pretending to be. With the possibility of an unknown number of Zombies and/or bandits roaming the streets and countryside after a Zombie outbreak, you’ll have to be extra careful with anything that might give away your location…including light pollution. Fortunately for those of us without… Read More Lights out for survival safety

Colt Single Action Army Model 1873

By Blaise Uriarte The Basics: The “peacemaker”, “hog leg”, “gun that one the west”. No firearm in history is as ubiquitous and iconic as the Colt model 1873 Single Action Army. Designed in 1872 to replace cap and ball percussion revolvers, this large frame single action handgun entered military service and production in 1873. Barring… Read More Colt Single Action Army Model 1873