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This Survival Shotgun Can Fire 8 Different Calibers and It Fits in Your B.O.B.

This Survival Shotgun Can Fire 8 Different Calibers and It Fits in Your B.O.B.

🕔08:23, 16.Jun 2017

Do you know what the most versatile firearm is for survival? The single barreled shotgun. Why the single barreled shotgun? A single barreled 12-gauge shotgun is by far the simplest weapon in any arsenal, and often one of the most

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Prepping on a Budget – How To Get Survival Supplies When You Have Almost No Money

Prepping on a Budget – How To Get Survival Supplies When You Have Almost No Money

🕔09:48, 14.Jun 2017

I look at the prepping lifestyle as getting your preps with as little cash outlay as possible. I spend enough of my cash just trying to get by in the world and don’t have a lot of extra left over

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The Best Way to Prepare Your Home for A Nuclear Attack

The Best Way to Prepare Your Home for A Nuclear Attack

🕔09:56, 13.Jun 2017

Anyone who likes post-apocalypse movies knows what a house that’s been exposed to a nuclear blast looks like – shattered walls blown down to a few feet high, charred timbers and a fire-gutted interior. The skeletons of its occupants might

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How To Can Potatoes for Long Term Preservation

How To Can Potatoes for Long Term Preservation

🕔12:33, 12.Jun 2017

Potatoes are low acid foods. It’s important to be aware that the only suitable method for canning low acid foods is by using pressure canning. Make sure that your equipment is nice and clean. Here are the items that you

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23 Motives to Prep Even If Doomsday Never Arrives

23 Motives to Prep Even If Doomsday Never Arrives

🕔08:58, 9.Jun 2017

There are two types of people in this world:  The ones who prepare for the worst case scenario, and those who don’t.  Often you’ll hear people who don’t prepare for SHTF say things like “what will you do if SHTF

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11 Food Storage Lessons Learned from WWI

11 Food Storage Lessons Learned from WWI

🕔12:10, 8.Jun 2017

World War I was a long war that brought hunger and starvation to Europe. Agriculture was disrupted and commercial food production plummeted. The United States greatly increased shipments of food to Europe to help feed the troops and starving civilians.

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Canning Amish Poor Man’s Steak

Canning Amish Poor Man’s Steak

🕔08:41, 5.Jun 2017

This article was written by Mama Bear and appeared first on Challenged Survival. I have been eye-balling this Amish Poor Man’s Steak recipe ever since I bought the 80 pounds of ground beef a week or so ago and I happened

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This Pawn Stars Negotiation Technique Will Guarantee You The Best Value For Your Items After SHTF

This Pawn Stars Negotiation Technique Will Guarantee You The Best Value For Your Items After SHTF

🕔00:00, 1.Jun 2017

Plenty people distrust the financial system, and they’re right to. When our society is ticking over as normal everything works fine, but if society collapses the financial system will be one of the first things to go. When that happens

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10 Survival Tricks You Did Not Think Of

10 Survival Tricks You Did Not Think Of

🕔09:30, 30.May 2017

#1. Hide valuables You may want to bury valuables somewhere on your property. You obviously want to remember exactly where the spot is but of course you do not want to write it down or leave any marks or clues.

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The First Counties To Be Relieved By The Government After SHTF

The First Counties To Be Relieved By The Government After SHTF

🕔10:26, 29.May 2017

When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans it was one of the worst natural disasters in modern US history. At least 1,200 people – maybe as high as 1,800 – died across the southeastern USA, and property damage totaled more than

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A Simple Way to Block Your Cellphone from Being Spied On

A Simple Way to Block Your Cellphone from Being Spied On

🕔12:07, 26.May 2017

Over the years, the number of cell phones has increased rapidly. In this age, almost everyone has a cell phone and, in particular, a smartphone. Phones have made life much easier, there is effective communication between people, and it has

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Your Great Depression Era Recipe for Hard Times

Your Great Depression Era Recipe for Hard Times

🕔07:51, 25.May 2017

‘Good for what ails you,’ bone broth has been soothing, nourishing and feeding people for thousands of years.  During the Great Depression, which lasted from 1929 – 1939, bone broth was virtually a survival food for families who couldn’t afford

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10 Great Depression Era Strategies For Saving Money

10 Great Depression Era Strategies For Saving Money

🕔11:23, 23.May 2017

The Great Depression was an extremely difficult period around the world  as a result of the depression that began in America. Unemployment reached to 25 percent in the United States, and most people’s bank savings were wiped out. People started

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24 Lost Gardening Tips from 100 Years Ago

24 Lost Gardening Tips from 100 Years Ago

🕔09:53, 22.May 2017

While many things improve with age and advanced technology, there are some things that stand the test of time. What worked perfectly a century ago is still just as effective and useful today as it was then. Here are some

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5 Wilderness Survival “Rules” That Are Actually Myths

5 Wilderness Survival “Rules” That Are Actually Myths

🕔00:00, 18.May 2017

Survival show hosts make surviving in the wilderness look like a walk in the park. Don’t be fooled into thinking that the bush contains a veritable buffet of food. Unfortunately, the mainstream perception of wilderness survival is fraught with misinformation

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