Seasoned preppers have storage solutions and creative ways to store food and supplies. Some have root cellars, basements, hidden rooms,
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It does not matter if you are a part-time prepper who struggles to stash enough food for the next 72 hours or you are a tried and true, die-hard prepper who stores a three-year supply of everything you need in a custom designed underground bunker.
Though pre-packaged, long shelf-life foods meant for survival have come a long way since the days of the
Growing your own food is fun and easy with this inexpensive space-saving method. If you have limited growing space or perhaps a physical limitation that keeps you from planting a large garden then this planting method may be a good option for you—plus it’s cheap and easy to do.
There are only two things food needs to spoil—oxygen and moisture. Oxygen and moisture allow the growth of
I hate to admit this, but on a recent camping trip, I had removed the hanging trash bag and replaced
Large pots, glass jars, fruit pectin, metal lids and screw rims are all part of the process for canning your
Hot chocolate is not only yummy and comforting; it actually warms you up. You don’t have to forgo this delicious treat when the power goes out—severe winter weather is the perfect time to enjoy a mug of hot chocolate using a few ingredients from your long-term food storage and a gel fuel camp or survival stove.
The task of gathering and storing large quantities of food can seem overwhelming and even a bit puzzling to some,
A huge part of being successful at surviving during a disaster, zombie apocalypse or any SHTF scenario is to improvise, adapt and overcome. When supplies are limited, it will be imperative for you to think outside the box and think of alternative uses for the gear you have. Simple things like garbage bags become ponchos, shelters and water-catchers.
Over beers the other night, the girls and I got on the topic of stocking the pantry with emergency supplies
Cimarron Man With No Name Revolver .45 LC
Cimarron does it again with another movie gun. This time, it is in honor of the old spaghetti Westerns. Clint Eastwood in For a Few Dollars More plays Manco “The Man With No Name” and carries a Single Action Army revolver with silver snake grips. The Cimarron replica is a 4.75-inch barrel model, chambered in .45 Long Colt. It has a case-hardened finish with the walnut grips and silver rattlesnake inlay.
Grab and Go Food Kit
Instead of spending time and money on your food storage, you could purchase this grab and go food kit already packed up in a bucket. It will feed four adults for one week. Each food packet contains four servings, so you are set for your family or your bug-out group. The grab and go food kit has a 25-year shelf life, so there is no need to rotate your rations out. Plus, it is easy to store and does not take up a lot of precious pantry space. Just keep it with your bug-out-bag.
Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: FOOD-731
Hogue HandAll Jr Pink Rubber Grip
You should never buy a gun just because it is pink. That doesn’t mean you can’t deck it out in pink. My latest gun purchase, the S&W M&P 15-22, doesn’t even have a pink option. I can put this Hogue HandAll® universal grip on it though. It fits small, semi-automatic handguns, most .20, .25, and .380 pocket pistols and AR-15 rifles. So you can interchange it as you feel fit. It features one finger groove and a cobblestone texture for a sure, non-slip grip.
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.22 Long Rifle Aguila Super Colibri
If you have never shot with Super Colibri, I highly recommend you get a box. It is true what they say about them, almost neighborhood quiet in my opinion. Every single one fed through my NAA revolver without a single misfire. They are excellent practice and plinking ammo, and even kill small pests. The Aguila Super Colibri contains no gunpowder and fires from the force of the primer only. It is a 20-grain solid lead bullet and fires 500 fps at the muzzle.
Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: AMM-066