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Disaster Planning Equipment / Supplies

Top 10 Portable Solar Chargers for Preppers

Survivalist’s Guide to Solar Chargers… Going on an adventure is fun. There is something about nature that makes us feel relaxed and fulfilled. However, though the wild is beautiful, it can be unmerciful at times. An accident can strike anytime and if you are unprepared, then expect some severe consequences. Thankfully with communication devices more […]

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Disaster Planning Equipment / Supplies Saving Money on Preps

Should You Spend $80 On A Gas Can?

Personally, I feel all gas cans are WAY too expensive, especially those cheap plastic CARB-compliant cans we’re required to buy these days… what a ridiculous invention. In any case, you may be looking for a better option, such as a traditional NATO Jerry can made by Wavian, but do you REALLY need to spend 3x […]

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Disaster Planning Skills / Knowledge

How to Set Up Your Home for Survival

You want you and your family to be ready for the worst-case scenario. If you’re prepping logically, you know that there’s no one single situation you’re prepping for. You do not and cannot know what will happen with certainty or for how long you will need to be prepared for or what sort of conditions […]

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Bug Out / Wilderness Disaster Planning Skills / Knowledge Warmth / Shelter / Cooling

Off the Grid Super Stack FINAL Call

This is the final mention about this amazing offer because your chance to grab the Off the Grid Super Stack ends at midnight (EST) on Tuesday, 9/17/19. If you haven’t decided yet, I’d say there are two simple questions you need to answer: Question 1: Do you have the time, energy and wisdom to figure everything out […]

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Disaster Planning Safety Advice Skills / Knowledge

How to Survive if You Get Lost at Sea

No one wants to consider the thought of getting lost at sea. You might think that it couldn’t happen to you, but the truth is, it can happen to anyone. Even sailing experts have been caught in a big storm and left without supplies. It’s not easy to survive when lost at sea — but […]

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Disaster Planning Equipment / Supplies Warmth / Shelter / Cooling

8 Must-Have Clothing Items for Preppers

The prepper lifestyle is all about being ready for any situation. It can be hard to choose a wardrobe that meets all your needs. You want to have something to wear when it’s cold, when it’s hot and when it’s raining. At the same time, you want to minimize your wardrobe as much as possible […]

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Disaster Planning

Best SHTF Optic for Modern Rifles

None of us truly know how a SHTF scenario will play out.  No one really knows what we will need and what will be worthless.  One thing is fairly sure, no matter the scenario, a good rifle will likely be a key component and that rifle will need to be accurate and efficient to conserve […]

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Disaster Planning

Breakthrough Technology: Slice of Wood Makes Saltwater Potable

I came across this in my news feed yesterday and it caught my attention and, so, I thought I would share an excerpt of the article here with a link to the full article below: “Filtering the salt from seawater can take a lot of energy or specialised engineering. A thin membrane made of porous […]

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Disaster Planning

Why 90% of Prepper Bug Out Bags Will Be Useless

Interesting take on why the items you already have in your bug out bag may not be the only ones you want to have ready to go. That is, it’s the many other important items you may not want to leave behind, particularly stuff for your pets, gold and silver or cash, passports, heirlooms, one […]

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Disaster Planning

Everything You Need to Know About Catching and Eating Fish

If you’ve ever been fishing, you probably know why it’s called “fishing” and not “catching.” The challenge for luring and catching good fish is what makes it a sport, but when your well-being depends on catching fish for food, things become a little more intense. Fish is a great source of nutritious protein and essential […]