by W. D. Sultemeier - The Wheelchair Prepper When MD asked for readers’ help I responded with a suggestion for an article about and for the prepper who finds himself in a handicapped situation. I really meant the suggestion for MD to take the ball and run with it but he turned the table and challenged me to prepare a guest post. I was … [Read more...] about How To Be A Prepper With A Disability
Prepping and Survivalism
Here you will find articles about emergency preparedness and prepping including articles on prepper food, prepper's checklists, home defense, bugging out, bugging in, and the best prepper gear ideas.
It seems everyone likes lists. Lists are a quick reference point and a guide when stockpiling survival gear. Keep in mind that this is only a guide and not a list formed in stone. The tools and gear that you include should be individualized for you and your needs. After all, who knows your skills, location, and resources better than you do? … [Read more...] about Survival Essentials List: A 16-Point Checklist For Preppers
by Chad H During the most recent years of my adult life, my finances have changed significantly, which forced me to seek additional ways to support my family. In my chosen career (firefighter) I have gone back to school in order to obtain additional training to become a Paramedic. The additional skills I am learning will allow me to … [Read more...] about Survival Tools List – What You Need In Your Toolbox In Case of Disaster
by Mike If you are like me, you may find prepping for everything to be a little overwhelming. It can seem that no matter how much you have, there just is never enough. I have read hundreds of articles and watched endless videos on what to carry for EDC and how to make a BOB/INCH bag. I also seemed to focus on one aspect at a time and way … [Read more...] about The Ultimate DIY Bug-Out Bag Kit and Checklist
By Brian D. The world we live in today is unstable. We face the possibility of terrorist attacks, natural disasters, viral outbreaks, power outages, water shortages, the list goes on and on. Hurricane Katrina showed proved that the government cannot protect everyone in the aftermath of a large-scale disaster. This was a wake-up call for … [Read more...] about Bug Out Vehicle Tips And Gear Checklist
by Kirk S Everyone agrees that you should have an emergency supply of water. Most experts advise that you should have a minimum water supply for 72 hours and the CDC recommends that you have 1 gallon of water for each person in your family for each day. If you have a family of 4 you will need 12 gallons of water for those 72 hours. This is … [Read more...] about What Are The Best Water Filters For Hiking, Camping, And Emergency Preparedness?
by Joel Skousen (first published on November 28, 2017) With this week’s claimed test of a hydrogen nuclear device, North Korea is one step closer to making good on its threat to nuke some portion of the USA or its territories. It is still not an imminent threat since North Korea apparently lacks the technology to build a warhead can withstand … [Read more...] about How To Prepare For and Survive a Nuclear Attack
There is an economic concept, the law of diminishing returns, that can be applied to your life. The law of diminishing returns refers to a point at which the benefits are less than the amount of effort invested. This applies directly to ammunition stored for personal use and firearms as well as general prepping supplies. I should add that I … [Read more...] about How Many Rounds Of Ammo Does A Prepper Need?
Let's face it, heating your home during a long-term power outage is probably one of the biggest challenges that a homeowner facing the cold winter has to overcome. You have to keep your body temperature in the normal range i.e. above 95 F (35 C) or hypothermia will start to set in. When your body temperature drops, your heart, nervous system and … [Read more...] about How To Stay Warm and Heat Your Home During a Power Outage