Are You Ready for Chemical Warfare?
12 Dec 2016

Are You Ready for Chemical Warfare?

I’m not ready for chemical warfare. I read something recently that scared me straight. I live in the Pacific Northwest, where the biggest issue, and the one that everyone’s been focused on since this New Yorker Magazine article came out, is earthquakes. When “the big one” hits our area, according

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Backpack that Charges Devises
09 Dec 2016

Gear for Gifts: Backpack That Charges Devices

If you’re anything like me, you probably enjoy having your phone around when you’re hiking or camping. I like mine for taking pictures and checking in with my family by text and checking my email if I happen to be in an area with cell service. I don’t want to

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NDuR 9-Piece Cookware Kit with Kettle
16 Nov 2016

Gear Review: NDuR 9-Piece Cookware Kit with Kettle

We were shipped the NDUR 9-Piece Cookware Mess Kit with Kettle, distributed exclusively through Proforce Equipment, and intended to take it camping. We didn’t get to take it on a trip but we did put it to the test cooking all of our meals at home over the course of

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14 Nov 2016

Gear for Gifts: Tactical Christmas Stocking Supports National Parks

We have two opinions about gift giving during the holidays. One side is that we love to give gifts because we really do try to pick out things that our friends and family wil appreciate. The other side is that picking out gifts people will really like that don’t cost

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TerraDrop Trailer For Serious Off-Road Camping
27 Oct 2016

TerraDrop Trailer For Serious Off-Road Camping

The teardrop style of camping trailers is a vintage look that is always in style. Combine a cool, old-fashioned trailer with seriously rugged features and we’re hooked. The TerraDrop Trailer by Oregon Trail’R is the perfect combination of real and rugged that we just can’t wait to try out in the

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Why Your Survival Seeds Should Be Heirlooms
25 Oct 2016

Why Your Survival Seeds Should Be Heirlooms

Let’s face it, we’re not all gardeners. Some of us have green thumbs and some of us don’t. I personally am in the camp of the person who wants to have a green thumb but it doesn’t come naturally. I didn’t grow up in a household that gardened, unfortunately, and my

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The Only Lighter You'll Ever Need
21 Sep 2016

The Last Lighter You’ll Ever Need

Think about it . . .  if you’re in a real survival situation, are you going to be using up your magnesium firestarter and gel kindling right off the bat, or will you save that and get your hands on a Bic lighter or a hundred? It’s going to take

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September is Emergency Preparedness Month
16 Sep 2016

September is Emergency Preparedness Month

September is Emergency Preparedness Month, where agencies try to get the word out about families and individuals being more prepared to handle social emergencies and natural disasters. We at Shadowfox would like to join in the chorus and encourage you to do something this month to make yourself and your

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Book Review: Advanced Bushcraft
30 Aug 2016

Book Review: Advanced Bush Craft

Advanced Bush Craft: An Expert Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival by Dave Canterbury, published by Adams Media. Maybe you grew up in a household of people who hunted and fished, owned a variety of weapons and prepped for disasters. Maybe you were in the military and learned how

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Travel With Confidence With a Theft-Proof Bag
24 Aug 2016

Travel With Confidence With a Theft Proof Bag

In a crowded city environment, someone could come up and attempt to slash through a backpack on our backs and we wouldn’t even see it coming. That’s where the TrustBag, a secure theft proof bag, comes in.

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