The following post was originally published back in 2011 – it can be seen in its original form HERE. – Rourke
I was the lucky winner of the Paladin Go Bag during the last ModernSurvivalOnline.com guest post contest. Rourke asked me if I could do a review of the bag after receiving it. Upon receiving the bag, I knew exactly what I was going to do with it. I made my Paladin Go Bag a portable toolkit for emergency repairs on vehicles.
Before we start, a bit about me, so you can understand my “qualifications” for reviewing this bag,
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Incorporating Your Survival Kit Into Your Normal Routine
Survival kits are one of a prepper’s most essential items. They contain everything we might feasibly need to survive in the immediate aftermath of an emergency situation. For this reason, most preppers keep their survival kits close at hand.
Whilst there is some debate over what to include in a basic survival kit, most preppers seem to be in agreement on the ten essentials – food, water, clothing, medical supplies and torches, etc. However one question seems to keep popping up, with no definitive answer in sight. To
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I am not usually one for buying “ready made” survival kit. Far too often they are packed with inexpensive lower grade supplies in a bag that is less than ideal for long-term use. I received an offer a couple months ago to receive and review the J.R. Bullivant Solar Backpack.
On the with show…..
J.R. Bullivant offers several survival kits at various prices. This particular one – in their Professional-series, is considered their deluxe, top-end model. My perception on this kit is it is made for the person who has concerns, and wants something in his vehicle or vacation cabin – but does not
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10 Things You Must Have In a Bug-Out Bag
How long would it take for you to put a bag of emergency items together during a crisis? An hour? Maybe a couple of hours? Well, during an evacuation or other emergency situation, you may only have minutes to act fast. Will you be prepared to survive without emergency assistance for at least three days?
What is a Bug-Out-Bag?
A bug-out-bag is essential a 72-hour portable kit. It should contain the emergency items you’ll need after an evacuation. Since these kits are designed for 3-day survival, the main focus
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10 Things You Must Have In a 72 Hour Kit
In the event of a natural or man-made disaster, it may take emergency crews days to actually reach you. That’s why it’s so important to be prepared with a 72-hour emergency kit. Your kit should include all of the essentials needed for you to survive when you have no other options.
All emergency kits should be organized and stored in a convenient carrier, such as a backpack. This will make your life much easier during a crisis, as you can simply grab it, and go during an evacuation. Your
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MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM BROTHER AND SISTER THE SURVIVALISTS!
by Irish-7, Editor-at-Large
My wife came up with the idea to make “Crisis Buckets” for our loved ones as Christmas presents. I thought it was a monumental concept in that none all of our family and friends put as much effort into disaster preparation as we do. After all, what greater gift can you bestow upon someone than saving their life? First, let me say that you do not have to believe in all the “Gloom & Doom” prophecies to take a few
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Emergency preparedness does not involve just your home or bug out destination. Many hours are spent on the road traveling for many of us.
Have supplies in your vehicle? If not – here are a few ideas from theroadwarri0r.
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