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If you’ve perused the Internet for websites or blogs related to prepping or survival lately you have no doubt notice that they have a tendency to be over whelming gear related.  I myself love gear, but the problem is that this can be somewhat misleading.  These great looking websites leave you with the impression that […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: July 9, 2011, 8:40 pm
  I’m not afraid to admit that I keep Ramen noodles as part of my food stores. They are cheap, convenient, have a long shelf life, easily stored, are a comfort food, kids love them, and last but not least… tasty. From a prepper standpoint they have a couple of drawbacks,  one being you have […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: March 26, 2011, 2:48 pm
What is it and why even bring up the subject? It’s milk that doesn’t need to be refrigerated until after its opened. This is accomplished by using a different process than regular pasteurized milk. Apparently, the milk is heated to 282 degrees Fahrenheit for several seconds and then cooled rapidly to 70 degrees; at this […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: March 19, 2011, 4:30 pm
  You can go to any survival or preparedness website and they will have a list of tools that goes something like this: Knife, Multi-tool, Flashlight, Matches, First Aid Kit, Compass, Whistle, etc.  Almost every list is the same with a few minor exceptions or variations.  And, for the most part these are all great […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: March 8, 2011, 11:36 pm
I’m reminded every now and again of how we can become so engrossed in a subject that we tend to lose sight of the overall picture.  The old saying “You can’t see the forest for the trees” is probably the best example of this.  I have to admit this does happen to me every now […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: August 16, 2010, 5:58 pm
I’ve carried a bug-out-bag  (BOB) with me for years now, so you would think that it would be an easy topic to write about, on the contrary it’s a very complicated subject.  I guess that’s why you see numerous articles across the Internet from people asking what a bug-out-bag is, what the contents should be, […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: August 6, 2010, 9:20 pm
In times of emergencies it’s very unlikely that you will be able to remember the information you need, let alone find all of your critical data.  For this reason its imperative to have all of your important papers in a safe location.  Additionally, you need to make copies of all of your data and save […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: August 3, 2010, 4:15 pm
Of late, I keep reading more articles on the subject of Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) weapons and how devastating they are.  EMP’s for some reason have become something akin to the Boogey Man.  EMP’s are great as story lines in books and movies, but from both a personal and professional stand point EMP’s are at […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: July 31, 2010, 6:46 pm
I was reading the paper this morning and California is again getting hit with devastating forest fires.  As someone who likes to be prepared, it got me thinking.  What would I do in the same situation? If I had to evacuate my home in 10 minutes or less, what would I take?  And, could I […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: July 29, 2010, 2:18 pm
It may be the economy, the perceive increase in natural disasters or just the overall mood of the country, but there seems to be a resurgence of interest in underground shelters.  USA Today has a story about one individual in California who is selling space in his “13,000-square-foot refurbished underground shelter formerly operated by the […] Archery Gear at Basspro.com
Author: Securityguy
Posted: July 28, 2010, 12:41 pm




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