Benefits of Survival Gear and Skills
In the event of an apocalypse, you should have the skills and gear to stay alive. But it’s not only during apocalypses that staying alive is vital. You may find yourself in a number of situations where you will need to save yourself. For example, you may be attacked by wild animals while camping out in the woods. Sometimes, you may be in the desert and would have to stay alive with limited supplies.
In any situation, your likelihood of staying alive will be higher if you have the right survival gear and skills.
Sometimes, you may have to defend yourself, family or home. To defend yourself, it is important to have a good offense. Set traps, plant handy weapons out of sight that you can get to if you are away from a secured area and of course, build a secured area.
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The defenses of most homes is poor. The multiple entries in and out of the homes make them poor defense bases. A good defense base should only have a single entry and exit point. Make your home base a proper defense base by having a good gun or rifle pointed at the entry. You want a gun that won’t easily run out of bullets to be pointing at the entry. To come up with a good offense, you should also be able to hide creatively. For example, you can take inspiration from the army by digging a pit and covering it with camouflage.
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Your Shelter Should be Defendable
A defendable shelter as described in the above survival skills is perfect if you are stationary. If you are outdoors and moving, you can set up a great shelter by splaying a simple tarp or poncho over a tree.
Consider Your Mobility
Another important survival skills which many untrained overlook is mobility. You should know your area well. If you intend on staying in a certain area, make sure you have scouted for defense areas, identified weak spot areas and also locate game trails that could provide food options. Make sure you have outdoor survival gear such as compasses, penknives and others that will make it easy to navigate through the area.
Sometimes, making your way out of an area may mean having to cut through scrubs and brush. It is important to ensure the routes you will be using are safe and don’t have obstacles that could accidentally make you trip or fall. Pace in an important factor to consider if you will be moving regularly. Make sure you have a machete or sturdy walking stick to poke, cut and move potential hazards.
So whether you’re running from zombies, hillbillies or find yourself stranded in an unfamiliar or harsh environment, preparing yourself to survive unexpected situations is always the best plan.