Life is about choices. The decisions we make impact our quality of life and the legacy we leave. For the prepared, the choice to always be ready for survival is clear. This includes food, water and supply storage but also being prepared to survive in the elements. Collecting water, cooking wild game and shelter construction are all vital survival skills. To be truly SHTF ready, you’ll need advanced skills like modifying AR-15’s with different accessories. Take a look through this infographic and make sure you have the skills to survive.
I like well thought out infographics, especially those organized like a computer flow chart. I think many people would have a problem with the water section, specifically that old oft quoted solar still. The only time I have ever seen one work well was in an area the humidity was so great, dew formed like rainwater – and of course in those areas one usually has a host of better water options.
Pan fry a rabbit it its own fat? Come on. Bake or roast makes more sense.
Survivors should be careful when preparing wild rabbits or other +rodents” for food. They do periodically carry bubonic plague or other pathogens. It’s recommended that good rubber gloves be worn when when cleaning wild rabbit. Rabbit is very tough to chew, I roasted or boiled the meat. The northwestern mountains here have snowshoe rabbit and other ground burrowing animals which are edible
No, I don’t sleep near rushing streams where a bear can sneak up on you.
I especially like the closing graphic. For the unprepared and inexperienced, a group would probably offer more options. For those experienced and prepared, the nuclear family is about the optimal group. Adding inexperienced or unequipped members would only dilute precious resources.
Start now to make sure you are staying prepared.