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1209, 2017

4 Generator Options and Their Pros and Cons When the Power Goes Out

By | September 12th, 2017|Categories: Power|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Whether the power goes out for a short time or it's the big SHTF emergency you've been preparing diligently to combat, having an alternative power supply can save your life or at least, make life more comfortable. There are alternatives you can use, but they all have good and bad points. Solar Generator Pros of a Solar Generator: 1 Solar [...]

809, 2017

What is the Gray Man and Why it’s Important to You

By | September 8th, 2017|Categories: Safety & Security|Tags: |0 Comments

Becoming a gray man is important for your survival. No matter how proud of your preparation or how much military gear you have, you don't want others to know that when you're bugging out to a location you've established with a year of food, water, and a sturdy shelter. You don't want the hungry crowd to suspect you might have [...]

609, 2017

10 Most Important Emergency Supplies to Stockpile First

By | September 6th, 2017|Categories: Resources|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Given long enough, all living things will adapt to change, whether it's a climate change or another type of environmental change. That includes humans. If an emergency hits, change is immediate. Our way of life and social environment will totally change. Those who are prepared will have the edge to live long enough to adjust to the change. Having an [...]

509, 2017

6 Secret Hiding Spots for Your Weapons

By | September 5th, 2017|Categories: Safety & Security|1 Comment

Whether you're facing a SHTF disaster or a potential break-in, keeping your guns hidden is important. Hiding your stash of weaponry from a potential government takeover is also a real potential. Katrina presented the perfect example when National Guards and the local authorities in New Orleans confiscated well over a thousand firearms from local citizens. Keeping your arms hidden becomes [...]

209, 2017

10 Tips to Keep You Safe in a Terrorist Attack

By | September 2nd, 2017|Categories: Disasters, Safety & Security|Tags: , |0 Comments

Unlike a declared war, terrorist attacks come out of the blue. One minute you're on your way to work and the next minute gunshots are everywhere and the person next to you is bleeding. They're meant to do exactly as the name implies, terrorize the people in the area and make them too scared to do anything. They aren't personal [...]

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