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- The outside world has never been lacking for ways to dispatch you into the next plane of existence. None of this is to say you can’t die from a snakebite or bleed to death in a shark attack or get torn apart by a wolf. You definitely can. And this is an outdoorsy crowd, we’ll focus on the wild animals, like these, that are most likely to do you in while you’re out enjoying nature. Here are the top 10.
- Fire offers warmth, comfort, safety, and a way to prepare food, but if you don't have the tools or knowledge it takes to build a fire without matches, you're likely in for a long, cold, and possibly dangerous few nights. Here are a few features you should consider the next time you're buying one or more emergency fire tools or starters.
- These days, it’s hard to imagine heading into the woods without some kind of device that needs power. From phones to headlamps to GPS units, having a back-up power source to quickly recharge electronic devices lends real peace of mind. The charger you choose, however, really depends on how long you intend to be away as well as the number and type of devices you may need to recharge. There are a lot of options out there, but making the right choice can be tough. We’ve taken the guesswork out of choosing the right charger by putting them into simple categories for day, weekend, and extended trips afield. Here’s what to look for in a portable charger to fit the devices and needs you want to take along.
- If you understand how to choose shot sizes and chokes, steel loads perform just fine out to 40 yards or a bit more. If you can afford premium non-toxics and can shoot straight, you can kill birds to ranges where most of people have no business shooting. Here’s a list of ten duck and goose loads that won’t fail you.