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Give Yourself the Gift of a Skill

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Many preppers have no problem shelling out money for preparedness gear, but how many are will to also put forth some time and physical effort to learn or sharpen a skill? This year don’t just buy yourself and your loved ones gadgets, give the gift of a skill.

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Prepper groups, power in numbers

prepper groups power in numbers

We all have heard the old adage “You can’t do it alone”, and that is so true for preppers. We need be part of prepper group.

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Have You Considered Your Addiction during SHTF?

We always talk about getting extra prescription medication to last you through a SHTF situation, but you may have other needs that you haven’t considered. Have You Considered Your Addictions for SHTF?

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Surprising Statistics on American’s Preparedness

Surprising Statistics on American’s Preparedness

Today I discovered some Surprising Statistics on American’s Preparedness, from the FEMA website.

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Preppers

What do you buy the preppers in your life for holidays? We’ve put together some holiday gift Ideas for preppers to help you out.

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Survival Value of a Dead Tree

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One of the best things about learning survival or outdoor skills, especially the more primitive variety, is the fact that everything has a purpose. Nothing goes to waste. There is no such thing as garbage when you are working with natural materials.

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Training In Survival Skills – 3 Considerations

Your survival training hinges on understanding the Law of Threes. It is your guideline in any situation where you are forced to fight to survive. You may know what it is, but how can you make it your own? Meaning, how can you make it second nature to make things go a little smoother in […]