The letters in “INCH bag” stand for “I’m never coming home.” And if that’s the case, you had better think twice before you start packing.
This 750-piece fire starting kit has everything you could possibly need to get a fire going quickly, even in bad weather.
We’ve all heard of bug out bags, but have you heard of a “black out bag”? It’s a bag filled with items you’ll need if the power goes out.
One of the best places to go shopping for emergency supplies is Costco. After all, they allow you to buy items in bulk at a discounted price.
What if you never prepared and now you only have a few hours before a disaster strikes? Here are some last-minute things you should do.
It looks like the next Great Depression is almost here. In order to prepare, here are some items you should stock up on.
Next time you visit the dollar store, walk down each aisle and stock up on little things that will make life easier after SHTF.
With the pandemic, a troubled economy, and civil unrest that is likely to continue, shortages are becoming an ordinary part of life.
Preppers are into security and self-sustainability, as well as the ability to stay alive during a disaster. A smartphone can help with these things.
Rather than doing the standard bug out bag checklist, here are some considerations for the critical items you’ll need while hiking to your bug out location.