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[VIDEO] Like Digging A Ditch With A Pocket Knife

We often think bugout bag and commo when pulling things together in preparation for an emergency situation, government collapse or other survival consideration. The below video presented by MainePrepper & NursePrepper provides some practical but rarely immediately thought about Prepper necessities. You can dig a ditch with a pocket knife but it's gonna take a while. Check out the video and let us know what you think.

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Are You Preppared?

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[VIDEO] Why Bugging Out Is More Complicated Than You Think

You might hear all the time about why bugging out just makes you a refugee and leaving everything you own is just insane. The reality is that like it or not you might not have a choice. By definition it would make you a refugee, but with proper planning it wouldn’t be the vision we have in our heads of hundreds of people lined up to cross a border or enter a FEMA camp. The reason a good bug out plan is necessary is to avoid these situations at all costs. Let’s take a look at some of the areas...

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Emergency Bugout

  An emergency bugout may become a realty since an earthquake is a very real and frequent occurrence in California but more recently have been known to occur across the U.S. It's a known fact that few people thoroughly plan for a catastrophe of major proportions, they are not even prepared for a minor event. Plans should include, what to do if you are away from your supplies or familiar shelter and what to do if family will be separated and out of communications for some time are just...

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Storm Weather Warning

Storm Weather Warning Considerations There may be yet another snow storm down the pipe. Being prepared for an impending storm is your best defense. Snow is a welcome part of winter for many of us, but when it starts falling so hard and fast that it knocks out power and makes travel impossible, it can be deadly. Don't be caught unaware by a severe winter storm. Learn how to prepare for a blizzard now, and you won't have to brave the panicked crowds at the grocery and hardware stores the day before...

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Beginning Prep Items for Newbies

Considering diving into being a Prepper (Survivalist and Preparedness Enthusiast)? You will need to start somewhere and that somewhere is generally with the basic emergency backpack that can be tossed on your back or into your vehicle for a quick get-a-way. You should also begin to think about how and where you will stockpile non-perishable food items, all weather clothing, tools, flashlights, can opener, candles, matches, mini-power sources and weaponry (just to name a few items).   ...

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Do You Have Denim In Your Prep Kit

Denim has long been used for industrial needs and then later on used as garments. It's durable, protective and takes a long time to wear through.  Here are 10 unexpected ideas from American Preppers Network writer, by Leon Pantenburg that you may not have considered when stocking your prep kit and recycling no longer used denim. Denim is a Must in Your Prep Kit Facebook: Preppers Nation Twitter: @preppers_nation email: davidbullseyemasters@gmail.com website: www.preppersnation.com