3 Lean-To Ridge Line Knots Using SurvivorCord

Evenk, Fisherman, and Trucker Knots

Using Titan SurvivorCord, the Survivalist Prepper demonstrates 3 lean-to ridge line knots:

  1. the Evenk (Siberian hitch) knot
  2. the fisherman’s knot, and
  3. the trucker’s hitch.

The Evenk knot is easy to tie, even with cold weather gloves on. And the slipped knot is quickly released with a simple pull of the cord’s working end.

3 knots to know

3 Lean-To Ridge Line Knots Using SurvivorCord

The fisherman’s knot (also known as the angler’s knot, English knot, halibut knot, or waterman’s knot) is used for joining two lines, and can be easily tied with cold, wet hands.

VIDEO How-To Demo — And A Great Knot Resource On Page 2

5 Smart Tips For Distributing Pack Gear

Distributing Gear Into Different Packs

You’re doing your prepping best. Your plan for survival water, food, shelter, and security is taking shape. Maybe more than that … you are actually “ready”. Your family’s on board, and everyone has a prepped bug out pack.

Proper Gear Distribution

Proper Gear Distribution

But have you completely considered the actual bug out moment where each family member grabs their pack and … and what? What!?

Everyone is not here!? That pack is someplace else!? Where’s the main pack!? What do you mean it’s too heavy!?

Five Considerations

There are 5 important items to consider when distributing gear into different packs:

LIST And Details Continued On Page 2

Video Tour Of A Rising S Bunker

Underground Bunker Tour

Considering an underground bunker as a survival option? Something that’s a bit more affordable than this?

underground bunker

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Well there’s a company in Texas, Rising S, that specializes in underground bunkers, storm shelters, safe-rooms, blast doors, and bomb shelters.

They offer a lifetime guarantee. Each unit is 100% steel, fabricated by hand, and customized to each client’s unique specs.

VIDEO Of Bunker Walk-Through On Page 2

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