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Not everyone has the ways or means to bug-out to a secluded location in the country when SHTF. Thousands who live in big city centers are prepping. Join the Shooter’s Log in a series on the basics of urban prepping. First up: water and long-term food storage…
Not everyone has the ways and means to leave when the S really HTF. Some have unreliable transportation or no personal transportation at all. Others may not have the luxury of having a bug-out location, family, or friends to run to. That doesn’t mean you can’t survive. In some cases, bugging in is the best and safest option.