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  1. Keith

    Primitive Technology. Shelter.

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    Living History At Hamptonne. Sustainable Information.

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    Making Fire. Sustainability.

    I don't think anyone on this forum can disagree that sustainability is important post shtf. We live now in a throw away society, & that will not cut it post shtf. Right now we have many choices of fire lighting items, matches, cigarette lighters, magnesium blocks, & ferocerium rods. None of...
  4. Keith

    Bugging Out. Something To Think About.

    Bugging Out. Something to think about. For the purpose of explaining things in this article, let us assume that this shtf situation is going to last for at least 5 years. Let us also say that bugging out in this article means not living in the city. You could be living at a country retreat in...
  5. Keith

    For The Survival Homestead. Something To Consider.

    For The Survival Homestead. Something to consider. Many of the old crafts & skills have been forgotten, & for the most part are only used in 18th century Living History. Skills such as spinning & weaving are often restricted to use in special interest groups & few ordinary common people posses...
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    Serious Preppers.

    I know I have said this before, but my recent experience on another survival forum with multi national membership has made me absolutely sure. There are not many people on these forums that are really serious about surviving. To the majority it is a hobby, a pastime, a way of socialising &...
  7. Keith

    Making Fire. Tinder Preparation.

  8. Keith

    Making Fire.

    There are many ways of making fire, but I doubt that anyone with any real experience would not agree that primitive methods are best for long term use. I have two favourite methods, the first is flint,steel & tinderbox, the second is the fire-bow. Flint & steel fire lighting is sustainable, it...