Since we all have a role to play in personal preparedness, it’s up to all of us to take steps now to prepare for the unexpected and make our communities safer and more resilient. Here are some steps you can take this week to get started:
Archive for the ‘Getting Started’ Category
I put together what I think is a pretty good checklist of needed products for a bug out bag (72hr package) and think that it is well worth sharing. The only thing I might include is to be sure you integrate a minimum of a pistol, rifle, and a good blade in with this specific [...]
By David T Morris There has been a lot of derogatory talk lately about “preppers” and “survivalists” and I’d like to take a minute to point out 10 reasons why preppers and survivalists have always been vital to the United States and why it is essential that we have as many as possible to survive [...]
By Kent Arnspiger A frequent question we receive is, “What should I include in my emergency supply kit?” The answer you will usually receive is, “It depends.” The reason for this is everyone’s circumstance is unique and dependent upon the emergency you are facing.
Archery has been around for thousands of years. The Greeks, Romans, British and Germans used archery as a means of defense and when hunting as a means of survival. The oldest known arrow was located in Denmark. The ancient archer or bowman used an arrow made of a pine shaft and a flint point arrowhead. [...]