Best Survival Posts: This Week’s Highlights

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November 7, 2015 / Comments (0)

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At Survival Life, we’re committed to bringing you the best preparedness information.

We had a lot of great stuff on the site this week, from survival gear reviews to breaking news and the latest and greatest survival tips. If you missed any of the action, check out our top picks below to catch up.

Best Survival Posts: This Week’s Highlights

1. The Tactical Shotgun Scabbard by Beez Combat Systems

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The Tactical Shotgun Scabbard by Beez Combat Systems was designed to stand out from all other shotgun scabbards currently available on the market. While most shotgun scabbards have a single strap or MOLLE attachment straps, Beez Combat Systems challenged their designers to create a scabbard that would be able to be implemented into the field for almost any scenario. From police and law enforcement to military operations and even to the individual survivalist, Beez Combat Systems ensured your needs into their design. Read more…

2. 10 Traits Successful Preppers Have

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Have you ever noticed that most preppers have a lot in common? There are certain personality traits that seem to be present in nearly every single prepper and survivalist I have met, and the more prevalent these traits, the more successful they are at prepping and survival.

We do a lot of talking about what preppers do wrong, and about those mistakes and oversights that can get you killed, but today I want to focus on the positive: those core traits that will see you through the ups and downs of life, whether it’s in the midst of a major disaster or a daily inconvenience. Read more…

3. Survival Gear: Buyer Beware (Caveat Emptor)

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Be careful when buying survival gear, food, and equipment. Not all sellers are honest. Many ads are full of hype—claims that simply aren’t true. We’ve always had advertisers who promised the “fountain of youth” or “gold at the end of the rainbow,” but not like promotors today. I have a half dozen websites that I enjoy visiting and have followed many of their writers and moderators. Again I understand the need to sell space to advertisers, but I have a problem with site owners not properly vetting these ads for sincerity and authenticity.  Online ads need the site owner’s seal of approval. Read more…

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