Preppers Learn The Importance Of A “bug Out Bag” With New Manual

Ammunition and Bug-Out-Bags – Frank Talk About Guns

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One of the hottest topics on television right now is preppers, individuals who prepare for emergencies and the end of the world. These individuals are chronicled on network shows such as Doomsday Preppers and Doomsday Bunkers. Many who watch these television shows may wonder how to begin their own prepping techniques, and author Brent Goughs new book shines some light on the trend. Good to Go Bug Out Bag: Build the Ultimate 72 Hour Survival Kit shows anyone how to build a bug out bag with all the essentials for survival. Good to Go Bug Out Bag teaches anyone to prepare a bag with a checklist, photos, explanations, trial run bug outs and more. The guide is a thorough look at preparation for natural disasters and other emergency situations. Gough cautions, Most beginners to the survival and preparedness community, and even some pros, pack the wrong gear in their bug out bag. When you’re in the middle of a real emergency it’s too late to realize you’ve made a mistake. Good to Go Bug Out Bag teaches anyone how to keep a level head and prepare before disaster arrives. The book has the reader ask themselves: Am I going to be calm and cool headed, prepared to leave my home or will I be running around with a garbage bag full of canned food, clueless? The guide navigates the beginning prepper through everything theyll need, from water to tools to food, so theyre ready and waiting when an emergency arises.
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Wall Street expert’s investment advice: Prepare a ‘bug-out bag’ with guns and lots of ammo

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You bought boots for yourself to try to keep the nails from your feet; doesnt your dog deserve the same? Light sticks, white, many each. With the white ones you can see what youre looking at. The green ones dont show up the leaking water from the ridge vent until your foot goes squish. Red light sticks can mark danger areas. If you have maintenance meds and get 3 months supply at one time, move a couple of weeks worth to other PROPERLY LABELED containers and keep the rest in the original containers in a Ziploc Freezer Bag so you only have one thing to grab. There are good monoculars out there for a smaller footprint than a set of binox. From Dan Coloccia Two things you might add to Roys list is an extra flashlight BULB and a few Space Blankets. (My Response) From: Robert Guzauskas My first thought upon seeing this article was that they would tell people about how to store your guns in case of a storm. But there is not one word about that. That really surprised me. How many weapons are lying around on the ground?
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What to put in your bug-out bag

One of the hottest topics on television right now is preppers, individuals who prepare for emergencies and the end of the world. These individuals are chronicled on network shows such as Doomsday Preppers and Doomsday Bunkers. Many who watch these television shows may wonder how to begin their own prepping techniques, and author Brent Goughs new book shines some light on the trend. Good to Go Bug Out Bag: Build the Ultimate 72 Hour Survival Kit shows anyone how to build a bug out bag with all the essentials for survival. Good to Go Bug Out Bag teaches anyone to prepare a bag with a checklist, photos, explanations, trial run bug outs and more. The guide is a thorough look at preparation for natural disasters and other emergency situations. Gough cautions, Most beginners to the survival and preparedness community, and even some pros, pack the wrong gear in their bug out bag. When youre in the middle of a real emergency its too late to realize youve made a mistake. Good to Go Bug Out Bag teaches anyone how to keep a level head and prepare before disaster arrives. The book has the reader ask themselves: Am I going to be calm and cool headed, prepared to leave my home or will I be running around with a garbage bag full of canned food, clueless? The guide navigates the beginning prepper through everything theyll need, from water to tools to food, so theyre ready and waiting when an emergency arises. The book includes resources, with recommended sources for gear and supplies, helping any prepper get the perfect bug out bag, even with children, pets and medical needs. Good to Go Bug Out Bag: Build the Ultimate 72 Hour Survival Kit is now available on Amazon.com in a Kindle edition now.
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Wall Street advisor suggests bug-out bags, guns in case of economic disaster

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Firearms are the last item on the list, but they are on the list, Marotta wrote, according to the Washington Examiner. There are some terrible people in this world. And you are safer when your trusted neighbors have firearms. Marotta says he is no survivalist anticipating a total societal breakdown and Mad Max kind of world anytime soon. Just the sort of low, painful decline your basic Obamacare patient can expect in the not-too-distant future. There is the possibility of a precipitous decline, although a long and drawn out malaise is much more likely, Marotta said. And the causes are the same those who worry about a financial apocalypse Obamacare, the rise of the surveillance state with the National Security Agencys spying on civilians, ruinous federal spending.
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Including guns. As an independent adviser many people have turned to Marotta for tips on what to do if currencies devalue, markets panic or crash and things in general go down the tubes. Thegrowing debt and deficit spendingis a tax on those holding dollars, he wrote . Thedevaluation in the US dollarrisks the dollars status as the reserve currency of the world.Obamacare was the worst legislation in the past 75 years.Socialism is on the riseandthe NSA really is abrogating vast portions of the Constitution. The expected outcome is vague but terrifying, continued Marotta. The banks will close, trade will cease, mobs will roam the city streets looking for people to eat. The cause and effect for these horrors isnt clear, but what it clear is that you need to take action in order to save yourself and those you love from this inevitable collapse of civilization. While this sounds alarmist, the past few years have shown us how quickly an economic downturn can lead to violence, rioting, looting and burning; its a series of events that have played out all over the world. While the situation in the U.S. is far-removed from places like Greece, Marotta believes that it is not outside of the realm of possibility, and that people should have a plan in place if people start throwing bricks and Molotov cocktails around. His advice is familiar to even the most half-hearted prepper. He suggests keeping a well-stocked 72-hour bug out kit ready at all times, including food, water, medical supplies, simple tools and yeah, guns.
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Preppers Learn the Importance of a “Bug Out Bag” With New Manual

“A bug-out bag is a good idea depending on where you live even if the emergency is just power outages, earthquakes and hurricanes. And with your preparedness you will be equipped to help others who might be in need,” he wrote. “Be prepared. Especially because it keeps you from being scared.” He provided a list of items and even a link to bug-out bags on Amazon. The Basic Survival Bag includes: FOX Tactical Field Operator’s Action Pack (Black): 22″ x 16″ x 9.” Food/Water: Two 2400 Calorie Food Bar Packets by SOS Food Lab-Made in USA/U.S. Coast Guard Approved.
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RUN FOR THE HILLS! Top financial adviser sees imminent collapse of U.S. civilization

David John Marotta, a top financial adviser says Americans should busy themselves with a

Marotta said that many clients fear an end-of-the-world scenario. He doesnt agree with that outcome, but does with much of what has people worried. I, along with many other economists, agree with many of the concerns expressed in these dire warnings. The growing debt and deficit spending is a tax on those holding dollars. The devaluation in the U.S. dollar risks the dollar’s status as the reserve currency of the world. Obamacare was the worst legislation in the past 75 years. Socialism is on the rise and the NSA really is abrogating vast portions of the Constitution. I don’t disagree with their bug out bag concerns, he wrote. In his latest note , he said that Americans should have a survival kit to take in case of a financial or natural disaster. It should be filled with items that will help them stay alive for the first 72-hours of a crisis, including firearms. A bug-out bag is a good idea depending on where you live even if the emergency is just power outages, earthquakes and hurricanes.
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Be prepared: Wall Street adviser recommends guns, ammo for protection in collapse

Avoid foods that will make you thirsty. Dried foods travel lighter and last longer. Make sure you have at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food, and don’t forget to plan for the dietary needs of each family member. Nuts, dried fruits and jerky are a wise choice for bugging out.
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