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Bug In Plan

The other day I was making small talk with my firearms instructor, “Sam” Krony, and the topic of finding cover in an armed confrontation

Not everyone interested in survivor prepping can live off the grid. Plenty of people want to protect themselves and their families but they still

The nearly 39 million people who live in apartments here in the US face special challenges when it comes to prepping.

A buried treasure containing everything necessary to your survival is a backup plan that will help you reach your safe haven when every other

The idea of gardening as a means of extending our food stockpile and have enough food to eat during a long-term survival situation has

Whether you stay in your home or you leave when SHTF, the decision you make at this point is based upon two things: the

A small shelter shed will make it much easier to adapt to a post-catastrophic world and increase your survival chances.

I’m sharing the knowledge of over 40 years of being a survivalist so you can protect yourself and your family, when the inevitable disaster

Shelters can be built even at homes without a basement. Shelters do not need complicated air filtration systems to protect against fallout.

Few wilderness survival resources are more important than trees, so making a camp in the proximity of some trees often makes a great deal

Having a survival shelter helps you survive, and so is ensuring that others cannot find it. These are the best 10 ways to hide

If you are tired of high electric bills and drafty rooms, you can try these 20 inexpensive methods to winterize your apartment on a

A single gallon of water weighs about 8 pounds and takes up quite a bit of space. So how will you solve your water

What are you going to do when FEMA shows up at your door to take your guns and food? Find out the tricks of

We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, so you might wake up to an emergency at some point. Are your prepared for