Caches are the ultimate back up plan because everyone wants to hide their “stuff,” but hiding it effectively is a different matter.
I asked some fellow preppers in the community what advice they would offer on how to better prepare for hurricanes, and the community overwhelmingly stepped up to help their fellow man. They lived through this disaster. These are their words and, in my humble opinion, this is some very solid advice to follow.
The Mark II has great balance and the handle feels really good in the hand. It’s a really nice piece, and somewhat affordable (prices vary) as opposed to having a custom knife made.
You should ask yourself, what would you do if you were one of those people who race to the grocery store at the last-minute during a disaster.
Preppers always look ahead to prepare for storms on the horizon – and next year’s bouts of cold weather is no different. Now is the time to get your wood reserves cut and stacked in order to give it ample time to season for winter.
Inventory and prep management is the less exotic side of prepping, but crucial nonetheless! If it all comes to a halt, you need to know that you and your gear are ready at a moment’s notice. Now is the time!
Simply put, things can to hell in a hand basket very quickly following a disaster. The widespread breakdown of the social order leads to looting in disaster prone areas which leads to the importance of being able to defend one’s home, family and their preps during a disaster breakdown.
If you can’t protect it, you don’t own it. In an emergency, make sure you have diversified your ammo to accommodate other firearms.
If you plan on bugging out on foot without proper training, you won’t get very far. Knowing how to train for this will keep your stamina up, your legs and back strong and your endurance set for long distances.
Prescription meds are a way that the Big Brother state can maintain control over your medical supplies and monitor you as an individual.
Did you know that metal tends to “sweat” with a change in temperature? In order to take good care of your firearms, make sure you do this maintenance once a week.
Have you ever considered what you will do if you have to bug out in winter? Being exposed to the elements puts you and your family at risk and it is paramount to be ready for that scenario.