The humble safety pin has more prepper uses than you would think.
The winter poses tremendous challenges that have to be taken very seriously – especially in a long-term shtf event.
Make no mistake: those who prepare this kind of thing beforehand are going to have it a lot easier than those who wait until the last minute or try to do it “post-collapse.”
If you find yourself in a self-defense situation, having a defense weapon like a bat can strike a lethal blow to your attacker and take them down in seconds. Use these self-defense techniques to practice and give yourself the winning advantage.
With the unusual winter weather that many parts of the country are experiencing, driving conditions will be harsh and potentially dangerous. Moreover, getting stranded in your vehicle could become a very real threat, especially if you are traveling in isolated parts of the country. If this happens, you have a potentially dangerous survival situation on your hands.
The chainsaw is a valuable tool that enables you to cut a lot of wood in a fairly short amount of time.
Camouflage yourself in your everyday life: anything “different” can be perceived as a threat against the herd, and the herd is not a herd of cattle but a pack of wolves.
Never stop the training. Even after the world comes to a screeching halt, do not stop.
These are tasks that everyone needs to know how to do when everything comes apart…to be able to operate as a family and as individuals working for the good of your family
To survive and thrive as you and your family develop physically, mentally, and spiritually to well-round yourselves and prepare for any disaster that arises.
Don’t start pulling your hair out if you see a little surface rust on your firearm.
Because it is the warrior mentality that you will need to make it through, and protect you and yours.