Many people who are in the survival and prepping community will eventually come to the point where they realize that starting or joining a well-organized support group is a must in order to increase their chances of making it through a catastrophic event. Unfortunately after being involved in the survivalist and prepping community for the last 10 years I have never seen any other point where people are more likely to fail than get it right. Most of the people in this community tend to… Read More »

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You are all set with the basics to make your bunker a safe and well-supplied shelter to support you in any emergency situation. However, there are some overlooked everyday home products that can easily be transported into your bunker to provide you with extra assistance and make your shelter more comfortable. Here’s how to use everyday materials for your bunker: Baking Soda Baking soda is the ultimate survival product because it has many multifaceted uses. Use baking soda as a… Read More »

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Congratulations, ISIS. You wanted attention, and yesterday, you got it. Only, you chose the wrong people to seek that attention from. You did not get the attention of our weak President. He tweeted his support for your medieval holiday following your cowardly attack. You did not get the attention of our useless and corrupt Congress. They were too busy lining their pockets. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); When you attacked those four Marines, you got the attention of every one… Read More »

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The average hunter spends about $3,000 a year on gear and other hunting expenses, reports the National Sports Shooting Foundation. The foundation also claims that since 2006, hunters’ expenditures have increased by more than 50 percent. If you are looking to improve your chances of bringing home that trophy buck, here’s a look at some of the best hunting tech on the market: Ozonics Ozone Generator Ozonics is a small, portable device that transforms oxygen molecules into ozone molecules and… Read More »

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Bugging out is tough, both physically and mentally. Aside from dealing with the circumstances you’re fleeing, you also have to contend with the fact that you’re leaving your home behind—possibly forever. Add children to the mix and it becomes a significantly larger challenge. Adults can generally deal with shitty circumstances in a logical manner. Sure, some will temporarily breakdown, many will be less effective, and most will bitch and moan the whole time, but they do what needs to be… Read More »

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