When you’re prepping for anything to happen, then you need to make sure that you’ve thought of everything in the process. This is essential to ensure that everyone staying within the area, or the bunker is going to be safe for whatever comes your way. One of the biggest considerations is having enough food to provide for everyone that is staying with you. This can be done through the use of compact dehumidifiers
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This post orginally appeared on Larry Winget’s site – http://www.larrywinget.com/
by Larry Winget
I get a lot of questions and am interviewed on radio and television about what people should do in these troubling times. I decided this time to tell you what I am doing instead of just telling you what you should be doing. Maybe you will find something in what I am doing that can help you when making decisions
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By Chris Taylor
Even the most prepared Survivalist may not consider wearing body armor for a number of reasons; some simply do not consider its benefits, whereas others think that body armor is a paranoid purchase fit only for military and the ‘hardcore survivalist’. However, protective clothing in the form of a bullet proof vest is an invaluable purchase, and should be a central aspect of any survivalist’s preparation.
As any good survivalist knows preparation
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You just can’t beat a family camping trip. While the world around grows more complex (for better or worse), nature always stays the same. A tent, campfire and a cooler of food is all you need to enjoy the great outdoors and bond with your family in a way that just can’t be done at Disneyland.
But while nature and the experience remains evergreen, the equipment we use to camp has come a
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When I reflect on what drives me to prep, I realize that this motivation was born long before I actually started prepping. In fact, it was something that was forged through my life experiences beginning as early as childhood. My parents divorced when I was young, and with that I spent the good portion of my life experiencing what it is like to be financially limited. Although difficult, I never felt like my
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In case you missed it – this post was originally published HERE on ModernSurvivalOnline.com.
by Guy Spotts
I was born into the cold war between the United States and the old Soviet Union, my parents had grown up in the great depression. I don’t remember if it was the Cuban Missile Crisis or if it was before then when my father started to prep but with a weekly pay check of
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By: Tony D
As an auto technician and PREPPER, I would like to share some of my expertise in the automotive field. I have been “turning wrenches” for over 25 years, and have amassed quite a bit of knowledge. I often see vehicles in my shop that are in such poor shape, I can just imagine them clogging the roadways in a SHTF situation. I think that some folks just don’t care. But
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By Chris Taylor
Stab proof vests provide the wearer some protection that bullet proof vests don’t– protection from knife attacks. Knives and needles have sharper points than bullets and require a different kind of material construction. Stab proof vests protect from slashes and jabs, preventing sharp-edged weapons from penetrating more than a few millimeters.
Most stab proof vests are made from a material called Kevlar. Kevlar is very resistant
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Invented in the 1930s, night vision was just one of the many modern innovations brought to life by German inventors. Shortly after the first night vision devices (NVD) were developed, American military scientists began working on their own versions of night vision technology, which made a debut during World War II and later again during the Korean War. Night vision was a massive advancement in wartime technology, but a lot has happened since
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Prepper lists are officially out of hand. Articles like “10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse” are fun to read, but escaping imminent death in a $1.5 million Bugatti Veyron is not a realistic option. Anyone who can spend seven figures on a car probably has a place in the billionaires bunker already.
There’s nothing wrong with preparing for all possible, even if improbable, scenarios. There are several reasons why a zombie apocalypse
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Rourke: This post was originally published HERE on ModernSurvivalOnline.com.
Written by Ken
I am part of the two percent.
Out of the 83.5 million Scouts who have been through the Boy Scouts program, only two percent have ever attained the rank of Eagle Scout. I am one of the few who earned this honor.
I learned a lot in Scouting…how to make a fire without matches, how to construct an emergency
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From Rourke: The following post was previously published here on ModernSurvivalOnline. It can be seen in its original format HERE.
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I have been into emergency preparedness for more than 14 years. It all started when a family member asked if we wanted her friend’s #10
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Finding oneself stranded in open water is a terrifying scenario and among the most challenging to survive. How do you navigate when distances are vast and landmarks are few? How do you withstand the tests of scarce resources and a finite timeline when you can’t walk more than a few steps in every direction? These questions are exactly what make preparation even more crucial. Below you’ll learn about prepping for open water survival; if you
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Special thanks to BW for sending this poem in. Pretty cool! – Rourke
I am not the wolf, nor am I the sheep.
I am both and yet I am neither.
I am hated by the sheep, for I do not look nor think like them.
I am hated by the wolf, because I know how and why they think like they do.
I am out cast from the sheep, and I hate and
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By Bret Gould Unless one lives under a rock, we have seen the dawn of the police state. An overbearing mailed fist that will use Homeland Security, private contractors and Russian troops to disarm us and subjugate us. In this time we will have to use every means at our disposal to survive and thrive. Thus will will have to harken back to skills from a bygone era. We will have to acquit
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It’s easy to go overboard when it comes to prepping. But with all the movies and other entertainment out there, why wouldn’t it be? Movies such as Mad Max and The Book of Eli come to mind, in addition to shows Falling Skies or video games like Fallout 3. How far is too far, though? Should you start planning on how you’ll loot supply lines or defend your home against invaders? Probably
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I do things differently than most. I spread my perspective in hopes to assist and inspire others. I only list the things I do here that aren’t often or aren’t mentioned at all in most ‘prepper’ or ‘survival’ circles.
* My favorite prep item is my library. I have been collecting books ever since I had access to bookstores, not only for fun and survival, but almost as
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For many in dire circumstances, just living day-to-day is very difficult. Working in a low-income area with many who are homeless, I routinely see examples. Others I know are unemployed, or if they work, they do so part time and/or below their skill or education level – just to survive. Although these people have roofs over their heads, they also face day-to-day financial challenges. Fortunately for now, most of us in this country still
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This year’s SHOT Show was a blast for all law-enforcers!
Exhibitors received a lot of attention at the 2014 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show in Las Vegas where overall attendance hit a record this year. Visitors, in turn, were overwhelmed by the huge numbers of amazing products, which included the latest tactical gear developments. Guns, knives, boots, bags, watches, pants – you name it – the best gear new and old was all
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FutureMe.org is a website where you can send yourself an email to be delivered to your email address at some future date be that two days from now or anytime in the distant future. I have utilized this site to send myself several emails and I am always surprised when they are delivered. They also can be very prophetic in hindsight. Today I am sending the email below to be delivered on December 31,
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There are many homeowners who make the mistake of assuming that body armor can only be owned and worn by civil servants, such as police officers and members of the military. That is not the case at all though. Every citizen has a legal right to be able to own body armor. Body armor for civilians has been legal for many years because the government knows that people have a right to protect themselves,
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By P. Tabakaru
In a post-apocalyptic world there will be no more running to the store for items.
As a modern world species we have become complacent in a comfortable life style of readily available items and services. Truth of the matter is, all it will take is the power grid to go down to send us all back into the 19th century.
Here is an exercise in frugality that might just save your
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This post was originally published over at SeasonedCitizenPrepper.com. It can be seen HERE in its original format.
By Beverly Sandlin,
Baking soda is a saliva buffer and neutralizes plaque acids, remember that it has a very alkaline pH of about 8 with 7 being neutral.
I can tell you these things from personal experience, and of course not everyone is the same.
Teeth whitening – Try it! Give it just 3 days twice a
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