Top 10 Prepping Items Every New Prepper Can Get For Cheap

If you are new to prepping you’ll find out very fast that there’s a lot of  prepping/survival companies out there that want to sell you their stuff. You’ll also find that their stuff is not cheap. That doesn’t mean their products are bad. If you have the money go for the best quality you can find.

The purpose of this post is to let you know that if you are a new prepper you can get started for relatively cheap compared to the expensive items sold by prepper, and survival companies.

In this video you will discover 10 items that will get you started prepping. This is not meant to be a comprehensive list. It’s a starter list that you can add to as your time and money allow.

The important take away here is to get started so you’ll have some measure of protection should you find yourself in an emergency situation.

Here’s an article we thought you might find helpful.

3 Steps To Becoming a Prepper, Ready For Economic Collapse


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So you watch “Doomsday Preppers” on TV and you want to know how to go about becoming a prepper yourself. What are the 3 things you can do to start on your journey to be ready for an economic collapse? (Most preppers agree that an economic collapse is more likely than just about any other scenario that would qualify as “SHTF” (Sewage Hits The Fan”).

First Step to Becoming a Prepper

The first “prep” that you want to take care of is food. Nobody can call themself a prepper unless they have at least 8 weeks of food in their pantry. That way, when something happens, they have enough non-perishable food to hunker down in the house and stay off the streets, where civil unrest is likely.

Second Step to Becoming a Prepper

Since utilities and municipal services suffer greatly in an economic collapse, the second thing that preppers ensure that they have taken care of is a supply of water. While rain barrel catchments and water purification are the more advanced preppers’ concern, every beginning prepper has several cases of bottled water on hand in case the tap runs dry.

Third Step to Becoming a Prepper

Keeping the home safe from looters and burglars is the next step to becoming a prepper. That doesn’t always means a stockpile of guns, however. It means passive methods of ‘hardening’ your home to make it less of an attractive target. It also means having non-lethal methods of home defense as well as lethal ones. It is no good having supplies on hand for an emergency if someone can just come and take them from you.

So now that you know the first three steps to becoming a prepper, you have a choice to make. You can either think about it or act on what you have learned.


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Originally posted 2014-04-08 17:55:45.

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