As a fellow “survivalist”, you know that your survival gear is critically important to your very existence in a crisis. (Make sure to see the 3 secret hiding spots below the video).
Just one single item could mean the difference between life or death for you and your family.
An EDC (“every day carry”) knife is a good example, right?
The right knife can be used to break out a windshield to save you from a burning car… cut through the lodged seatbelt to save your kids… or fend off a band of renegade looters during civil unrest.
For more “must-have” EDC survival gear, click here…
But here’s the thing…
Unless you’re a soldier on the battlefield, you don’t want to be flashing all of your cool EDC survival gear around.
What you want is to stay “covert” so no one knows what type of gadgets you’re carrying.
This keeps you from being targeted in a crisis for either looting or begging from the “unprepared”.
Here are 3 “secret hiding spots” for your EDC Survival gear:
1″Coin pocket” – Most people forget that this little pocket at the top of your right-side front jeans pocket even exists. But it’s a super handy place for small survival items you want fast access to. You’ll be surprised at what you can fit in there without even noticing it!
2 Shoelaces – Switch out your regular shoelaces with colored 550 paracord. It comes in all colors (my kids get white) and inside the cord is 7 strands of strong nylon string for many scenarios. Typical laces are 4-5′ long so this gives you up to 70′ of string while still leaving you with shoelaces.
3 “Money belt” – These were cool… then they were dorky… now I’m making them cool again! The inside of the belt has a hidden zippered pocket for money (as well as small items like a razor, etc. for any number of needs).
Bottom line, you must examine the best EDC survival gear to survive an “instant emergency”.
When SHTF happens, more often than not, law enforcement will be extremely busy and unable to uphold the law efficiently. There’s to much going on and not enough officers to handle it.
Crime will start to skyrocket with more looting, vandalism, thefts, assaults, rapes and worse. This is not a possibility. It’s the norm and you must be ready for it.
During an emergency, such as a hurricane alert where you absolutely must evacuate, chances are you’ll leave your home earlier to go somewhere safe. During this time, most other people will be fleeing too and this is an opportunity for criminals to do some brazen last-minute housebreaking and flee with some loot.
In order to prevent your valuables from being stolen, you need to adopt a few measures to safeguard them. It would be a good idea to be prepared well ahead of time instead of scrambling to think of hiding spots at the last minute.
* Use A Safe
If you thought of safes, you’d be absolutely right. These are without a doubt one of the best ways to protect your valuables. During an emergency, fleeing with all your jewelry, cash and other expensive belongings is not a good idea. You may lose them or they may get stolen.
It’s best to leave them in your safe at home. It’s important to note that not all safes are made equal. Do NOT get a small safe that can be easily carried away by 2 or more people. Ideally, your safe should be large, extremely heavy and too cumbersome to move. It would be better if you could anchor it to the ground.
The best kind of safes are expensive, large and placed in a discreet place where the ground can support their weight. Do not use wall safes because the walls can be broken and the safes carted away by thieves. It’s also a good idea to make sure that your safe is fire resistant. There’s no point in having a safe that keeps everything intact as it burns to the ground. Pick a safe that has a thick layer of steel.
* Hiding places
While safes are great, the hard truth is that they can be costly. The good safes are expensive and if you just don’t have the budget to buy a safe, don’t panic. There are several smart ways to hide your valuables.
The first thing you should not do is hide your stuff in the master bedroom. People are creatures of habit and thieves know exactly where to look. Sealing your valuables in an airtight plastic bag and hiding them in the toilet tank is not as uncommon as you think. Thieves know where to look.
Cereal boxes, under the bed, between mattresses, laundry baskets, etc. are all NOT good hiding places. Generally, when someone breaks into your home to rob it, they want to be in and out of there as fast as they can. They’ll toss just about everything upside down as they quickly grab whatever they think is of value.
To hide your valuables, you need to be creative. If you have an attic or store room where you store all your old stuff, those are some of the best places to hide your valuables. Since there is already so much junk there from old shoes to old clothes, most thieves will assume that there’s nothing of value going to be hidden there.
Another good place to hide your valuables are in PVC pipes. You could place all your valuables inside an empty PVC pipe and run it in a place that looks suitable. To the casual observer, it’ll look like just another water pipe and they’ll not even notice it.
Another way to hide your valuables is to add them in an empty flower pot and cover it halfway with soil and add a plant in it. Make it all look normal and place it somewhere inside the house that’s relatively discreet.
Follow the tips in this post and your belongings will probably be safe even if there’s a break-in. Plan in advance and be ready to hide your valuables at a moment’s notice. Do remember where you hide your precious belongings so that you know where to look when you return.
This is a very clever way to make an emergency phone charger from a mint tin. Something like an Altoids can is perfect. Once completed you will have a nice little power bank which can be used to charge your phone among other things.
I can’t vouch for how long it will last, but if you use it a few times in an emergency it would be well worth it. One reader mentioned they made a few adjustments and installed a switch between the battery and the sub charger so they can turn it off and not waste the battery.
Remember, this is an emergency charger. If you only get a partial charge out of it, it did it’s job, and maybe got you out of a bad situation.
The main reason I posted this was to stimulate a little thinking. What other kinds of things could this be used for with a few modifications? Leave your answers in the comment section below.
No matter whether an SHTF situation occurs, or you’re planning to live on your own homestead off the grid, you want to have a variety of prepper vehicles at your disposal. The terrain will be different depending on where you live and where you want to get to, so you have to plan for anything that could happen.
#1 – Trucks or SUVs are good for carrying lots of items for a short-term emergency situation. They’re durable and can help you pass over things that a regular small car may not make it past.
#2 – Motorcycles, Bikes and 4 Wheelers are important because it allows you to get through certain obstacles without a lot of room necessary to get by. They’re also good for going off road.
#3 – Boats, Canoes and Amphibious Craft are perfect if you have any need to go in or on the water. You might start with a small water craft and build up to a formidable yacht that would take you seaward if you needed to go that route.
#4 – Campers and Trailers are great for families who want to have a bit more protection than what a tent allows for – and they’re portable without having to pack up and set up every time you need to move. Trailers can store supplies for you while campers give you a ready made shelter.
#5 – Horses aren’t usually considered a vehicle, but it’s important that you have a way to navigate without fuel, and animal transportation is the way they did it in the old days and it isn’t too good for us in a crisis now.
If you’re constructing a homestead somewhere other than where you live now, and storing prepper vehicles at another property, make sure you keep them well maintained.
A vehicle that goes unused can get flat tires and simply rot in if enough time passes without it being used once in awhile.
Consider getting some additional accessories for your prepper vehicles, such fuel bladders that you can fill up and transport with you in case gas stations aren’t working or aren’t within a reasonable distance. Luggage racks might also help if you have more to carry than what your trunk allows for.
Think about getting the top of the line road tires you can afford. There may be situations where the roads are blocked with debris, or they’re simply unsafe to travel openly – and you’ll want tires you can rely on to take you off into off road terrain.
Water storage is absolutely essential for crisis survival. Truth be told most water storage containers aren’t designed for real life survival situations.
Setting up your water storage system is simple if you use a unique survival tool known as the water brick.
If you’re seeking for a water storage container that’ll work for emergency use, survival situations, camping, road tripping and more then you’ll really benefit from using the WaterBrick.
The WaterBrick is the perfect water storage container:
Stackable – WaterBricks lock together tightly similar to “Legos” which makes storing and stacking them a breeze.
Easy to Carry – The WaterBrick has a convenient swing grip handle, which makes quite easy to carry.
Super-durable – Made of HDPE plastic the WaterBrick stores and protects 3.5 gallons of water with ease.
Chemical Free – Contrary to many other cheaply made containers the WaterBrick is constructed of BPA-Free plastic, assuring your water tastes great and is safe to drink.
WaterBricks are stackable and make emergency water storage issues a thing of the past. Easy to hide under a bed or furniture, you do not have to worry about plastic water jugs being damaged or leaking.
The human body can only survive three days without drinking water. Water is really a high priority with regards to emergency preparedness.
In many homes, nearly 25 gallons of water per day is used by each person. This is not only drinking water, but that put to use in cleaning cooking and flushing also. Additionally, most of the systems that provide water to those homes are dependent upon electrical power. This includes those houses that employ well water, because these often use electric pump systems. So, water storage is important should the power grid stop working.
It’s wise to have a week’s worth of water saved for your household. With conscientious use, 2 to 3 gallons per person will be adequate in very warm temperatures. Half of this water will be employed for drinking. The rest will be used for hygiene and cooking. You may not drink anywhere near this much water at present, but understand that other options for beverages may not be available. You’ll also be living without air conditioning or electric fans. You’ve got to restore water lost through sweating and respiration.
If you’re warned there’s an impending shortage, you can fill all storage containers in your house which are strong enough to hold water without spills: ice chests, buckets, bowls, bathtubs, sinks, etc. Divide the stored water into that which is going to be used for drinking and that which is for other use.
It’s advisable to prepare for a minimum of seven days without having water. This would mean that every member of your household will require twenty-one gallons of water kept in storage. To be safe, you might wish to double this quantity. A household of 5 would require 105 gallons of water kept in storage. Twice that amount would be 210 gallons. So, 2 or 4, 55 gallon drums would satisfy your storage needs.
A gallon of water weighs in at a little less than 8.5 pounds. Bear this in mind when thinking about storage and transportation of water. Large amounts of water are safest stored on a reinforced cement floor for the reason that weight of fifty-five gallons of water is almost five hundred pounds — and that’s not including the weight of the drum! This is too heavy for most other floors.
Should the unforeseen occur, obtain usable water from other sources in your house. The majority of hot water heaters contain about 40 gallons of drinkable water. Drinkable water can be collected from the tank over a toilet. Collect ice from the freezer. Don’t dispose of the water found in canned products since it is one more valuable way to obtain hydration while each and every drop counts.
Water may be collected via downspouts or in a children’s swimming pool during a rain. You are able to place a clean sheet or bedspread out during rainfall or overnight on the lawn to collect the dew. Wring it out above a storage container. Harvest non-drinking water from commode bowls and waterbed mattresses.
Plan ahead to get ready for probable water shortages. Use your imagination to renew stored water whenever utilities are not working. Work to discover methods to reduce the use of the water that is accessible.emergency water,emergency water storage,emergency drinking water
As well as to increase your odds of crisis survival. Now the government’s on a mission to strip you of your constitutional right to self defense. The good news is most Americans are still allowed to own this tool. And if you get it now, they can’t take it from you.
It always seems like this is the time of year when stores have their pallets of food out for sale. From canned tuna fish, to powdered eggs and milk. But the biggest problem is that you should be stocking up and survival tools and equipment all throughout the year, not just a few times.
There are many different kinds of survival tools, and not just food. You should always be prepared for an emergency, because you never know when a disaster may strike. Being prepared can save your life.
There are different types of survival tools and equipment, much of it depends on where you happen to be in an emergency. Basic survival tools that you will need no matter if you are at home or on the go is a survival knife, flashlights with extra batteries, or even a flashlight that has a hand crank. A shortwave radio is also a must, that has the National Weather channel, as well as news channels. Perhaps one of the most important tools you should always have is a well stocked first aid kit.
Some other all around survival tools and equipment you should always carry are fire starters and dry tinder. Matches and lighters are good, if you have them, or if they are dry, but nothing beats a good flint and steel, or other similar survival equipment. These can emit a shower of sparks that are thousands of degrees, and can get a fire starter quickly and easily. Fresh dry tinder is also a must, since you never know if you are going to be under wet conditions. At the very least, make sure you keep some plain steel wool and a 9 volt battery in your survival kit.
Any survival tools and equipment that serve multiple functions is definitely something to purchase. Here are some examples of multipurpose survival tools. One is a Swiss army knife. Most of these come with at least six different tools, but many have 16 or more. There are different sized blades, cork screw, screw drivers, can and bottle opener. These even come with a small pair of tweezers and a tooth pick. Larger models may even include a pair of scissors, a magnifying glass for starting fires, and some may even have a compass built right into it. The sixteen tool knife sells for $9.99.
Another top of the list survival tools is the six in one folding shovel. This product is handy in just about any situation, and should be included in any survival tools and equipment checklist. This tool has a shovel head, dual hammer/hatchet head, as well as a saw. The shovel head includes a can opener, and the hatchet part has a nail puller. The handle has a push button locking mechanism, and the saw slides into the handle for secure storage. This unit sells for just $19.99.
Some survival tools and equipment you can and should carry with you at all times. One of these survival tools is the Survival Knife Kit, which comes with a belt sheath. The blade on this knife is six inches long, and has both a saw as well as a bottle opener built into the blade.
The high impact ABS handle is hollow, containing the following items that everyone needs for ultimate survival. It has a wire ring saw, striking pad and matches, fish hooks, leads, and even nylon line. The screw cap is water tight, and even has a compass. The sheath includes a whet sharpening stone.
Friends, patriots, deplorables, lend me your ears!
I’m about to lay it down today. No holding back from your buddy Jules Courtney over here, so if you have a weak stomach, you better just go read Buzzfeed or something more suited to you.
If you believe there are safe spaces in the world, this post is not for you. Hell, nothing I write is suitable for you. My audience are my people, my tribe. They are the rough necks, the hell raisers! We’d much rather be hunting than sitting at Starbucks, so sorry if you get offended. Its my freedom to write, and I plan to use it.
Anyways… my last few posts have covered some awesome self-defense moves. You can now take someone down in 3 seconds, and elude a gun or knife attack.
Now, it’s time to shift gears a bit (don’t worry, I’ll have more self-defense moves in later posts). It’s time you all learn how to keep your home protected from intruders.
My grand pappy used to always say, “The best offense is a great defense.” Okay, he was talking about his Dallas Cowboys (which is advice they could have used), but the concept is the same.
You can have the best offense in the world and still get clobbered. You can know and master all the awesome moves in this FREE DVD, and still get caught with your head in the sand.
Of course, it’s always great to have an alarm, but an alarm only alerts the police. Good luck holding off your intruder for the 10 minutes it’ll take them to help ya.
No, you do not need to only rely on a fancy schmancy alarm system, you need some booby traps. And I mean some badass traps, but some home alone BS.
Now I could show you traps until the country becomes great again, but I would much rather focus on my personal favorites.
Below are 3 badass booby traps that you can set up today:
The tripwire is the most basic of booby traps, but it still has a place on the top 3 list. You should have wires at each entrance to the house, as any vulnerabilities could result in tragedy.
There are two ways to make a trip wire effective. Simply scale the wire the length of the door or window, making sure it is tight enough to trip someone hard. If you really want to get fancy, attach the wire to an alarm, such as an airhorn.
The Chemical Bucket Drop
If it is hard for you to set up a trip wire in your home, then the next best thing is hands down the chemical bucket drop.
Use a bucket or old paint can and add some nasty smelling chemicals to it. Once you have your recipie of choice, position the can above the door on a floating shelf, with a wire tied to the can. Once an intruder opens the door and walks forward… SPLAT! You have yourself a very much incapacitated home invader.
This can be one of the most effective traps if set up correctly. Get yourself a net and loosely stake it into the ground and cover it with leaves, dirt and sticks. This is where you need to look closely to make sure it matches the surrounding area.
The pit trap is a great way to trap your intruder without killing them, and it is a sure way to make sure they can’t get away. After you taunt them a but, all that’s left is to call the boys in blue.
Next week I’ll be back on self-defense moves, but I really hope you put some of these traps into action ASAP. It’s great to know how to kick ass, but protecting your ass is also a necessity in this crazy world.
So secure your house, and meet me back here next time for some more awesome tips to protect yourself and your family!
Survive, Defend, and Prosper!
~ Jules Courtney
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Here are a few more booby traps that are deadly. Only use in an SHTF situation
When the time comes to bug out fast I’m sure many of you have plans to take your survival shotgun, along with your grab and go bag.
Many of you have already tucked away your trusty handgun, and rifle. However, because of their size, and weight, taking your survival shotgun may be a challenge. Until now.
With the debut of the Chiappa M6 X-Caliber 12 gauge survival shotgun you won’t need to take either your rifle, or shotgun as this puppy can fire 12 different calibers of ammo.
The Chiappa was basically constructed to shoot a 12 gauge shell and a .22lr. However with the X-Caliber adapter set the M6 can fire up to 12 different calibers including .380 , 9 mm , .357Mag/.38SP , .40 S & W, .44 Mag, .45 ACP , .410/.45colt, and 20 gauge.
The integrated system is comprised of steel with the exception of a foam insert that cuts down the weight.
By squeezing a separate lever the M6 may be easily tucked at its hinge point into a tight 18 inches that will fit quite nicely into just about every bug out bag.
Many people have the notion that to survive in a remote area they will be catching trout and shooting deer. But the truth is, survival subsistence is a matter of foraging. You eat whatever you can get whenever you can get it. If you don’t have a weapon and you don’t know how to trap and snare little critters then you must depend on the lower forms of life such as tadpoles, insects, slugs, worms, grubs, etc.
Having a firearm gives you an edge and allows you to reap a bountiful harvest of the most common animals you will encounter – mice, rats, lizards, squirrels, snakes, small birds, porcupines, and the like. Often, deer and other large mammals are either not present or rarely encountered. Therefore, the best firearm to have in such a situation will be one that will take the small and very small game at close to moderate ranges, allow you to shoot the quarry when it is running or climbing, and still has the capability to down a big animal if you are lucky enough to have one come your way.
Only a shotgun can meet those requirements. Shot cartridges fired out of rifle and pistol barrels, even .410 from rifled barrels, produce wide uneven patterns that are of limited usefulness even at very close range. But a true shotgun, even a .410, is quick and effective and will easily take crawling, running, climbing, and flying small game. A shotgun fires a variety of shot sizes, including buckshot and slugs. A shotgun is just the thing for foraging.
Various repeaters and combination guns are often recommended as good candidates for a survival gun. But let’s assume that because of cost, weight, and simplicity we have decided on a single-shot shotgun.
If I had to choose a single-shot shotgun for a survival situation it would be a lightened break-down 12 gauge with cylinder bore. The effectiveness of a 12 gauge for game of any size is well established. I would choose a variety of shotgun cartridges that included birdshot, No. 4 buckshot (.24 caliber, 27 pellets), and slugs. I would also add some 12 gauge flare cartridges and some 12 gauge whistling cartridges to use for signaling.
If I had to reduce weight, my reluctant next choice would be for a .410. A 28 gauge would be a better choice than the .410 but 28 gauge buckshot and slugs are almost impossible to find. Regarding a 20 gauge, if I can carry a gun with the size and weight of a 20 gauge then I might as well just take a 12 gauge.
If you plan on putting together a survival kit, here are just a few thing to consider. Make sure you include some wire for snares. You can wrap it around a knife handle or some other item you already have in the kit.
Mousetraps and rat traps are also very handy to have. You don’t take the whole trap. Instead, remove all the metal parts from the wooden board, discard the board and keep the parts.
Then, in the wild, you can reassemble the trap on any piece of wood – log, branch, stump, driftwood, etc. A metal can or cup can be a lifesaver. You can boil water in it, use it to make soup out of little animals, polish the bottom to make a mirror for signaling, collect dripping water or scoop up water from puddles and depressions with it.
And a metal can won’t take up any space at all if you use it as a container for your survival items.
To learn more about how to choose among various gauges of guns and different shot sizes read The Selection Of A Gun By Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey.
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as producing your own free energy for living off the grid. The only problem is the electric companies may not be to happy with you as your electric bill goes down.
The following video will show you step by step how one man built some solar panels from start to finish. He attempted to make it as detailed yet simple as possible. These panels cost him very little to make, and it’s a fun weekend project.
The panels shown in the video are not encapsulated but they work well and low cost not for on roof installation best to be close to ground for inspection.
This is what you’ll need to make your solar panels:
Solar panels, Multi-crystalline 0.5v 4w (6×6 inch short tabbed cells)
Glass panes x 2
Soldering iron (45 watts is perfect)
Brush (pointy end for holding down contact areas when soldering, and the brush to brush flux.)
Clamp (if you don’t want to hold the tabs by hand)
A weight (1/2 pound or so)
Double baking tape
These would come in real handy in case of a blackout/power outage. We really like this idea and feel it worth your time.
The barbecue season is already upon some of you while others anxiously await it’s arrival. If you don’t want to spend big money on one of those fancy BBQ’s we’ve found a unique idea that makes a lot of sense, and will save you a lot of dollars.
We are going to show you how to turn an old car rim into an awesome BBQ / fire pit. Go ahead and watch the video now to see how to make a car rim BBQ that will impress your friends.
There is nothing that says you take your grilling seriously quite like a barbecue pit. If you want to feed a small army with a heaping helping of barbecue then a barbecue pit is for you. Anyone can use one, from your grill crazy neighbor down the street to people who cook barbecue for a living. You can get one in any shape, size or price range; it just depends on your needs. There is nothing you can’t barbecue on them, except for perhaps a whole cow, but there is probably one out there that can handle that as well.
Not everyone understands what a barbecue pit is. A charcoal filled pit slow cooking a pig all day is what most people envision. Now while that is still a barbecuing method that works today, the modern barbecue pit, as most people from barbecue happy parts of the country know, is a modern marvel of grilling magic. In the hands of a skilled griller a barbecue pit will produce mouth watering meals time after time.
The barbecue pits on the market today are built well and can take thousand degree temperatures with ease. You can keep your barbecue pit in tip top shape for many years if you follow these few tips.
Before you fire up your barbecue pit for the first time it is a good idea to coat the inside with cooking oil. If you look you can find oil made just for barbecue pits. Once you have a nice coat of oil on the inside of your pit make a small fire in its center and let it heat the pit and the oil until it has burnt out. After about two hours your barbecue pit will be properly seasoned and you can start barbecuing.
Andrew Bicknell is a barbecue aficionado with a website about barbecuing. For more tips and trick about barbecue pits visit his web site Backyard Barbecue.
It’s getting close to that time of year when we start thinking about bringing out the old BBQ. We recently discovered a way that will allow you to convert a 55 gallon steel drum into and amazing smoker that makes some amazing mouth watering BBQ. This project is easy to do even if you’re not real handy.
With this drum smoker 10+lbs of lump charcoal will last 14+ hours. since its a restricted airflow smoker you only let in enough air to keep it at the temp you want.
Most of the time you’ll have charcoal left for your next smoke. Go ahead and watch the video now and learn how to build a drum smoker.
How Do You Smoke Meat?
When one wonders how do you smoke meat, there are a few things to be considered before deciding which way you will do it. Basically there are two reasons, one is for flavoring meat that is cooked for a meal, and the other is for storing the meat for longer periods of time.
Smoked meat for immediate consumption is more along the lines of barbecuing. Cooking a roast this way for dinner is done by starting in the morning and letting the roast, or whatever is being cooked, slow cook with a low, indirect heat and the smoke somewhat contained with the meat inside the chamber. The end result is a wonderfully flavorful meat that almost melts off the bone. Smoked pulled pork sandwiches are typically made from pork shoulder that has been cooked this way.
If your goal for smoking meat is preservation, there are two ways to do it, cold and hot. Cold smoking does not involve heat, and hot smoking does. Cold does not cure the meat like hot does, so if you’re cold smoking you will want to use a brine to cure the meat.
Cold smoked meat is hung in a smoker, but the smoke is generated in a separate area so the temperature of the chamber holding the meat tends should be between 75 and 120 degrees. The cold process can take much longer than hot smoking since this method does not use heat and relies on the smoke penetrating the meat over time.
Cold smoked meat tends to be a little saltier since using a brine is necessary to cure the meat, so careful application of the brine can help even out the seasoning flavor. Cold smoking can be used for all kinds of meats, and, if done correctly, can last for years even without refrigeration.
Hot smoking takes less time to complete and is done in a temperature range of 140 to 200 degrees. Hot smoked meat is typically not cured before hand, but may be slightly brined for flavor if desired. The hot process for meat is more cooked than dried, which also means that it does not have as long of a shelf life as cold smoking does.
For both smoking processes, the meat is usually dried on the surface before smoking. These processes, either hot or cold, help prevent insects from attacking the meat like they might for untreated or only salt brined meat. It is the deposits from the smoke that serve to both dry the meat and slow bacterial growth.
All methods of meat smoking have their place and are a great way to add both flavor and longevity to your favorite meats.
This laser assisted blowgun is so easy, and inexpensive to make almost anyone could do it. As presently shown this blowgun is strong enough to blast darts into concrete.
Although it’s not intended for use in self defense, or hunting it could be used for those purposes by making a few adjustments.
We think they could be a lot of fun just shooting at targets in your backyard.
Make sure to watch the entire video. The first part of the video describes how to make your laser assisted blowgun that is used for fun. About the 2 minute mark in the video you will learn how to take your blowgun to an entirely different level. Go ahead and watch the video now. Also read the note below the video.
Many people have asked how to make the precision laser sight. It’s just a 2″ piece of the same PVC pipe, with 8 screws, as seen in the video. Simply insert the laser, and adjust the screws until the laser is pointing directly at the place where the blowgun hits the target, then make sure the screws are relatively tight so the laser doesn’t move.
How to Use Your Ninja Blowgun Weapon – Ninja Style
As you will see, using your Ninja Blowgun it is a little more complicated than just pointing at a target and blowing. You need to be able to gauge the distance, your target, surroundings, and more.
Mostly blowguns are used for target practice, small game hunting, and Ninja training. They are commonly made at home or they can also be bought from a Martial Art Supply store. Blowguns come in a variety to choose from based on their different widths and lengths.
Moving to our topic, how to train with your ninja blowgun? There are three main aspects on which you have to put your complete concentration on. They are cover, invisibility, and how to fire the blowgun.
Talking about those three, let us start with cover. If you are using your blowgun for Ninja training, it is necessary to always use the blowgun from a hiding position. Hence, you must train yourself to find suitable hiding positions at different places quickly and appropriately for the best results. The most common place is hiding behind a bush.
The second thing in line is invisibility. If you have taken proper cover, you should be nearly invisible to others. When you fire your blow gun at your target, stay put. Don’t get up immediate to run towards or away from your target. Take advantage of your hidden position to make sure no other “threats” are near by.
Firing of the ninja blowgun. You can train yourself for this through either target practice or small game hunting. The first thing to do is obtaining a target. In target practice it can be anything from a painted ring to a small tin, whichever suits you, while in hunting it’s a small animal. After that, take a distance of 6-8 meters from the target and then insert a dart in your ninja blowgun.
Now it comes to holding the gun, you can either wrap both of your hands over the shaft, or you can wrap one of them while hold the bottom with the other. Furthermore, keep the elbows close, resting on the chest, while place your foot one in front of other or both parallel.
Now the final thing for you to do is take a deep breath, place your mouth over the mouthpiece, and blow to fire the dart. (Be careful not to take a deep breath while your lips are sealed around the tip. You don’t want the dart to be sucked into your throat.)
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You’re going to love this homemade “fridged air” conditioner. This is a brand new design and great upgrade over those other DIY air conditioners you’ve seen. Those other air conditioners don’t compare to this souped up version.
You can feel the blast of cold air from 10-12 feet away. This has 3 power options, and yes one of those is solar power. This is hands down the best of the homemade air conditioners on the internet. It’s cheap to make, and you’ll save big on your electric bill.
It’s about that time of year when those nasty weeds need to be removed. It’s not something that I personally relish or look forward to. However thanks to a weird homemade device getting rid of those weeds is not so much of a daunting task as it used to be.
In fact once you make one of these weed removers you can actually remove those weeds at walking speed. Who knows, you might even look forward to the task.
This weird DIY tool is known as the stingray because of the way it looks. As you will see in the following video it gets rid of weeds efficiently, and easy.
Once you get the hang of using “the stingray” you can get rid of those weeds at walking speed.
We’ve included an article about an easy way to get rid of weeds below the video that we thought you might find interesting. Watch the video now for the instructions.
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Recycle Paper – An Easy Way To Get Rid Of Weeds
Weed control is an important task in your garden decor. They not only steal nutrients from your plants but it is also unsightly. When your garden appears exuberant with water fountains and wind chimes, weeds are a dark patch to it. People often try hand weeding but that is too time-consuming whereas, chemical weeding is harmful to environment. By recycling paper material or cardboard, you can certainly get rid of weeds once and for all.
No chemical or expensive weed control and you can still get rid of those undesirable plants. Another big advantage of employing paper for controlling weed is that they decay and ultimately become a part of soil. The big question is where you can find that much paper?
Many people are not using newspapers anymore. You can get loads of free newspapers just by placing ads in some local Craigslist. As for shredded paper you can contact some offices or other sources. Also, saving flyers from your mail can make a good source of free paper.
The belief that ink and gloss in newspaper is toxic to plants is not always true. There are currently some dyes made that are eco-friendly and not toxic to plants. Even if the dyes can have some potential risks you are not using amounts that can really harm the plant. To employ newspaper for controlling weed, you first have to excavate all weeds and unwanted plants out of the area where you would do planting. Next up is stuffing five layers of newspaper and biodegradable mulch.
In case you are recycling shredded paper for controlling weeds, it is a good idea to dampen it a little first. This makes it easy for you to cover all bare spots with shredded paper. After laying paper or some cardboard material, start piling shredded paper two inches in depth and dump other layers of paper along with other sort of mulch.
As for cardboard boxes, they can easily be obtained from a grocery store or as leftover packaging material. It works best when you have a bigger patch. Also you do not need to get rid of grass as cardboard is sufficiently thick enough to kill it.
For top results, you must employ two beds of cardboard. Outlay the first bed, somewhat crisscrossing the fragments, then place the second coat, so that they wrap the overlapped ends, just like you place bricks. In case, you are planting within soil just beneath the cardboard, start cutting holes before that. After that you can start piling in the mulch and other organic matter. When the cardboard is present, it is sufficient to kill anything beneath it so that it never resurfaces again, and eventually become part of the soil.
By recycling these eco-friendly materials within your garden, you can control weeds and enrich the soil of your garden. You will have a perfect advantage when recycling paper under the soil of your garden. This way you can also reduce the amount of paper going in landfills. It is a fact that paper does not get decomposed in landfills as easily as it can decompose in your garden.
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We like this easy way to get rid of weeds. It makes a lot of sense. Recycling paper and getting rid of weeds is a win, win. We like the fact that this method is eco-friendly and it helps to enrich your soil.
How would you like to be able to make batteries that can run things like lights, clocks, calculators, buzzers, and more using vinegar, lemon juice, lime juice, saltwater and tapwater?
The following video will show toy how to do exactly that. This is an awesome idea that we wanted to pass along.
The following video will show you how to make 5 Homemade Batteries. You’ll also see full details on power output of each (amps/volts) in side by side testing.
These batteries were able to power a clock, several LED lights, a calculator, a tea light candle, even an electric Buzzer! (almost anything that runs on a button-cell battery can be run on a water/juice/vinegar battery).
*Note: The saltwater battery actually produces less volts and amps than the freshwater battery. *To run a buzzer, lemon juice is the best (followed by lime). Be sure to use at least five cells and use large (2 1/2″ or larger wood screws), as well as a good amount of copper wire.
Some details: *lemon juice was 25% concentrate. lime was 25.5%. vinegar was 5% acidity. The copper wire is from an old extension cord. wood screws are #12 2 1/2″ flat head phillips by everbilt.
Most preppers and survivalists have a bug out bag lying around in case a disaster strikes. It’s there, but it doesn’t get used. We discovered a pretty clever idea from a prepper who has what he calls an Armageddon Response Bag. A survival kit for life’s crises as he refers to it.
What makes this unique is that his actually used quite a bit to enhance his life, or to make things suck less when things are bad. There are some pretty cool ideas presented here that you may want to think about adapting for your use.
The bag you carry to make your life’s situations suck less! There are some pretty helpful insights presented here.
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Bug out bags seem to get bigger, and bigger and weigh more, and more. However there’s no need for such a big survival pack once you see all you can put into the pack that’s shown in this video.
In the survival pack that’s shown we counted 16 essential items. Although what you may want to place in your survival pack may vary a little you’ll get some great ideas here.
We think you’ll find some great ideas in this minimalist survival pack. You may not agree with everything that’s shown in this pack as everyone’s needs are different, but the thought here is to show that a survival pack doesn’t have to be so large that it weighs you down.
Watch The Video Below To See A Very Unique Survival System
Unless you believe the end of the world is happening tomorrow and you aren’t quite prepped like you want to be you might be inclined to over pay for your survival gear.
If on the other hand you believe we’ve got some time before the collapse we’ve got some great info on where to get really good survival gear at bargain prices.
You Need To Know How To Work The System
Pawn shops, and flea markets offer you the chance to pick up some great survival gear if you know how to work the system, which is what you’re going to learn in this post.
Heck with what you’re going to learn you could even buy, and then resell some of the survival gear on Ebay, or Craig’s List.
Look At These Expensive Survival Items That Were Discovered At Pawn Shops, And Flea Markets For Next To Nothing.
Until recently, I managed a pawn shop. The information I have pertains to corporately owned pawn shops. The corporate mentality and pressure leads these companies to put bonuses over what’s best for the business on a regular basis.
Imagine a divisional manager putting pressure on the regional manager who puts pressure on his district managers who each, turn around and pressure their store managers to hit their numbers… no matter what. This means that the last 2 to 3 days of the month… deals can be had.
So, first… let me give you the skinny on how pawn shops operate. They either buy an item or loan on it. If they are buying it… they will try to get it cheap. They won’t usually pay more than half of what they think they can sell it for. There are always exceptions, like guns and jewelry.
But, when it comes to everyday goods like tools…They try to maintain a 50% to 60% cost of goods sold. On high ticket items like, guns and jewelry… they’ll pay more, and they will loan even more. When they are loaning on an item, they will loan more on it than they would be willing buy it for.
Now is the time to get some deals. Form a relationship with him and he will gladly lose money on aged merchandise for you, and settle for a low profit on some newer items. I visit 5 stores on the last day of the month.
Here are some items I have bought and sold to customers at the end of the month:
$100 aluminum long gun case for $10 New chimney sweep brush for $2 New $400 generator for $175 $60 sump pump for $10 Electric chain saw for $10 Gas chain saw for $25 Post hole digger for $1 Shovels for $1 Garden rakes and Hoes for $1 Multiple fishing poles for $3 to $10 $350 mountain bike for $100 $30 DeWalt drill bit set for $5 Multiple knives for $1 to $10 Good flashlights for $3 to $10 Benchtop drill press for $30 Ryobi like new scroll saw for $30
To see the full article “Pawn Shops and Flee Markets as a Source for Low Cost Survival Preps” and learn more about how to get cheap, and low cost survival gear go to:TheSurvivalistBlog.net
I hate the freezing cold weather. The only place I like to see snow is on TV! If you are like most people you probably don’t like being cold either. Because heating cost are expensive you could be hesitant to use your heater as much as you’d like.
Enter The Homemade Jumbo Stack Boot Air Heater
This heater is awesome, is an easy build ( even for the non handy person), is very cheap to make, and it works great. It’s also very inexpensive to use.
Granted it’s not designed to heat an entire house, but it does a great job of keeping an average size room warm, and toasty. You could make several of these stack boot air heaters for several rooms.
Homemade air heater! – The Jumbo “stack boot” air heater!
Easy DIY. simple to make. This room/space heater reaches high temps quickly and has a high airflow rate.
It maintains a consistent flow of hot air and heats fast! It basically works by focusing and redirecting the heat – turning the “vertical heat stream” into a “horizontal heat stream” then pushing the air into the living space (where it can be felt vs. the heat just rising straight to the ceiling).
The burner runs quiet and burns smooth (no odor or smoke). *burn time per fill-up varies but running the heater “off and on.” You can heat an area for 3 hours per fill-up (approx. 4oz) using 70% isopropyl alcohol. only a few items needed to build it. Watch the video now.
Will this contraption really work someone whispered? “Hell no” Jack exclaimed “it’s just to simple, and he’s never built a thing in his life”.
The moment of truth arrived and I flipped on my homemade air purifier. You should have seen the stunned look on their faces when they realized how good it worked.
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Okay, now that we’ve got your attention we want you to know that this homemade air purifier is THAT GOOD, and it’s the real deal. It will remove up to 97% of all pollen, dust, mold, bacteria, smoke, smog…
The list is almost endless. works as well (or better) than expensive systems costing $800-$2500. You can make this for under $20.
We Didn’t Say It’s As Good Looking As One Of Those Expensive Purifiers. But It Works Just As Well.
If you don’t believe us you can check check a “data filled” site that will back up these claims.
This is a super easy DIY project even if you are not handy. So if you can’t afford to buy an expensive air purifier build one! As we mentioned this homemade air purifier will get rid of up to 97% of all pollen, dust, mold, bacteria, smoke, smog…
If this sounds to good to be true it’s all backed by recent studies. check a “data filled” site called smartairfilters.com for detailed studies, comparison tests etc. I used a “merv 4” dust filter and a merv 8 dust/allergen filter. (they go as high as merv 13+ for smoke and smog removal.).
The dust filter alone removed all of the visible dust from several rooms in my home in only 20 minutes. approx cost: $1 to $20 (depending on whether you have a box fan already).
Note: Most newer fans don’t have brushes in them so it doesn’t matter if the fan motor has to work a little harder.
Give This Thing A Try For Gosh Sakes…The Instructions Are FREE
Watch the video for the easy to build details, and let us know how you like it.
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You’ve seen the Magic Bullets on TV for years. If you’ve got one you know how handy they can be. However, those magic bullet type blenders can be a little pricey.
We recently discovered how to take a small mason jar and turn it into a magic bullet type blender. This is assuming you already have a regular blender.
When you know this secret, you’ll have a highly efficient tool you can use for many things. Make blended items that can be stored by using a mason jar with your blender. Watch the video below now to see how it’s done.
Constructing a solar panel heater out of aluminum cans is not as crazy as it sounds. These solar heaters have been referred to as green energy and recycling all rolled into one package. These unique heaters are very inexpensive, and quite efficient to boot.
This solar air heater can be installed outside the house in a location that receives a lot of sun. The thought is to pull in air close to the floor in a house, and run it through the heating panel which consists of multiple rows of recycled cans.
The air is directed into the same room close to the ceiling. The can are stacked, and due to the holes that are in both ends which permits the air to pass inside them as the outer part of the can gets hot via the sun.
We’ve included two versions for you. Check them both out, and use the one you like best.
Here’s another more modern version that is worth taking a look at.
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In a disaster, or survival situation having drinkable water is one of the most important things you have access to. In our daily lives many people are questioning whether our tap water is safe to drink.
Water can become acidic as it flows through the city’s pipes. Acidic water flowing through pipes picks up lead and other contaminants directly from the pipes it runs through. So the water that we started with might have been adequately safe for the general public.
This is why many people turn to a water filter. However water filters can be expensive. Recently we discovered this poor mans water filter that we think you’ll really like. How To Make A DIY Poor Man’s Water Filter That Works Great.
Watch the video below for the details on making your poor man’s water filter.
“Dr. Earp-Thomas added a handful of wheatgrass to fluoridated water for several minutes. When the grass was removed and the water tested, no fluorine was traceable. Later, an official of the Water Department of New York City tested fluoridated water in which a small sprig of wheatgrass had been swished.
He could find no trace of fluorine. Evidently, the presence of wheat grass in fluoridated water renders the inorganic chemicals harmless. Dr. Earp-Thomas found that an ounce of grass in a gallon of fluoridated water would turn the fluorine into harmless calcium-phosphate-fluoride compounds. Alfalfa seeds will not grow in treated water [means city-treated water not wheatgrass-treated water- bfg] but will merely rot in treated tap water. One-half ounce of wheatgrass, added each morning to ordinary tap water, softens it and makes it positive….
“Dr. Earp-Thomas further discovered that fruits and vegetables contaminated by sprays were thoroughly cleansed and the negative food transformed by wash water with a wisp of wheatgrass placed in the water. In pasteurized milk, baby foods, pet foods, etc. wheatgrass changes the toxic orbit of electrons to positive. Wheatgrass placed in the drinking water of pets and cut up over their food helps prevent ailments in your pets.”
From pages 43-45 Be Your Own Doctor by Ann Wigmore, D.D., N.D.
I keep a quart jar of sprouts on my kitchen sink. I have either alfalfa sprouts or wheat sprouts. Whenever I need water, I take the quart jar with sprouts, fill it with water, swish it around slightly and pour the water into a glass or other container. The water tastes much better! In order to always have sprouts, I keep two jars going. Sometimes I also add baking soda to make the water more alkaline and use a “stirwand” to break up the water molecules. Source
Bug out bags are starting to get heavier, and heavier, and more expensive. Are all those things in your bug out bag really necessary?
Packing a bug out bag for some people is like packing for a trip, they tend to over do it. However you want to make sure you have all the things you need.
In this post we’ll take a look at 10 ways you can shed up to 10 pounds from your bug out bag and still have everything you need.
1 – How Much Water Do We Really Need to Carry
A liter of water is heavy…it weighs about 2.2 lbs., so 3 liters of water equals 6.6 lbs. 6 lbs. may not sound like much but when added to all your other gear, it’s a heavy problem.
You can carry very little H2O, if you know how to procure and purify it on the go. However, this is very dependent upon your specific bug out region. I personally plan to only carry about 1 liter of water at any given time.
If like me, you plan to not carry 6 lbs. of water, you’ll need to prepare and plan. You can either cache water along your route or find water and treat it on the go.
If water is abundant, then learn how to purify it. If it is not, learn how to find it or cache it.
If you decide to cache water along your route, remember to mark your map where it you cached it. There’s not much worse than depending upon your cached water and not being able to find it.
If you decide to procure water from the wilderness, then make certain you have some known reliable sources to treat along the way.
There are several ways to purify water, so practice one or two ways to purify water until you can turn nasty, stagnant water into safe drinking water. This will allow you to leave most of the water stock out of your bag. 2 – But What Will We Eat?
Now it’s time review your food stock.
Recall, you can exist about three weeks without food. However, you are bugging out and need energy to stay healthy and mentally alert.
So how are you going to reduce your food supply?
This is where your survival skills will really come into play.
When you are packing your Bug Out Bag include one freeze dried meal for each family member, and a few high calorie energy bars.
This is one day worth of food.
This amount of food will allow you to survive your bug out.
No, it won’t keep the hunger away but it will provide enough energy to remain healthy and alert.
Now, the more skills you have, the more food you might acquire. I recommend you pack in your bags the minimum you need to survive. Now, with some additional skills you can find some BONUS foods along the way.
If you break camp near a lake or river you may be able to find fish to eat.
All you need is a bit of fishing line, a hook (both very light). You can find a stick near the stream to tie the line to. Cast it in the water and wait for dinner.
Place the fish next to the fire with the skin left on to cook the fish; this removes the need for a cook stove, fuel, and pots and pans.
Bonus food may also be found in the woods.
If you know how to identify plant edibles or know how to use snares or traps you might be able to find some more bonus food. The snare and traps might work overnight to get a squirrel or two.
Again, having these skills means carrying less heavy food stock. The more things you know how to do and make in the wild the better.
One more trick to help lighten the food load fast is to eat your heaviest foods first. –
Your legs are freshest on day one, but your pack is heaviest too. By eating the heavier rations first, you will reduce your pack weight quickest for days 2 and 3. This gives you the maximum caloric benefit and lessens the weight of your pack each day.
3 – Ditch The Tent For A Tarp Brush up on your survival skills and ditch the tent.
A tent with all its polls and stakes can add several unnecessary pounds to your growing pack. So instead of carrying a tent, carry a tarp.
A light tarp will suffice to create a simple shelter from most elements; it can also be used as a blanket.
Build a shelter with what’s available.
Pine trees with low hanging branches are a relatively safe shelter from wind and rain. They also have a layer of needles under them, which can provide you with a soft pallet to lie on.
Underneath these trees, the ground is usually soft enough that you can dig up the earth with a stick. This allows you to make a shallow impression that you can line with the needles to afford you a little bit of comfort and extra warmth.
Rock overhangs or shallow caves have been used for thousands of years by humans to survive. Just make certain the area is empty of unwanted animal guests before committing to it for the night.
If these are not options for you, then you might be able to use some paracord and a tarp to create a simple lean to shelter.
All you really need for most nights, is protection from wind and rain.
Sure it can be a bit frightening sleeping outdoors (without a tent) for the first time, so I suggest you practice this in your own backyard, and then practice this along your bug out route as well.
You’ll soon get used to sleeping under the stars.
One downfall of building your own shelter is it takes time and burns precious calories.
So it’s smart to pay attention along your bug out route and locate some already built for you options. By scouting your route carefully you can mark on your map where you found food items, timber, water and everything you will need to help you survive.
With the advance knowledge, and practice, you should be able to craft a decent shelter to protect you and your family from most weather conditions.
I can hear some of you already….but what if there is a Lightning Storm? Tornado? Forest Fire? Blizzard?
Yes, my friends these are risks, but how are these risks lessened by sleeping in a heavy-to-carry tent? No, they are Not.
Those risks are an inherent part of wilderness survival. Actually, it’s much better to hunker down in a shallow cave or overhang if a tornado roars by, instead of a tent out in the open.
Now, if it’s winter when you are bugging out, the heavy snow around the base of a pine tree can form a sort of igloo to provide protection and warmth for your family.
4 – Sleeping Bags Are Overrated
Another place to shave weight is to ditch your sleeping bag.
If you’re bugging out and you’ve got summer temperatures, you are not going to need a sleeping bag.
You can use your tarp which weighs much less. If you’re worried about being warm enough, add a light liner and it will be just fine for the warmer temperatures.
If you are in mountainous terrain or frigid winter temperatures, you can also trim weight by choosing to use an Emergency Bag. It’s made from the same stuff as the Emergency Blanket that EMS attendants use for hypothermia victims.
An Emergency Bag has been made to cover the body fully, from head to toe. Additionally it helps trap your body heat. If you are concerned that it will not be warm enough, you can certainly wear all your clothes while inside with the emergency blanket as well.
Using both the Emergency Bag and the Blanket will still shave a few pounds off your Bug Out Bag. It also acts as a windbreak against cold, rain, snow, and wind.
Stretched out the bag is an estimated seven feet long. Once it’s folded up it shrinks down to a compact four inches and weighs only 3 ounces. It is a lot less bulky and lighter than carrying around a traditional sleeping bag. 5 – Are Your Extra Clothes Are Holding You Back?
Attack your clothes stock.
Your clothes selection will depend upon your location and climate. You should re-evaluate your Bug Out Bag clothes stock at least every six months (I do it at the beginning of each new season).
During these times you will want to make sure you have the right seasonal selection of clothes that you can swap out when you need to.
Another way to save some weight and space is to roll your change of clothes into a skivvy roll.
What is a skivvy roll and what goes in it?
A skivvy roll is a couple of basic spare clothes items that you roll into a small tight ball.
First, to save space and weight, the only pair of pants you need are the ones you wear.
After that you need a change of socks, underwear, and shirt. So that’s what you put in your skivvy roll.
Lay your t-shirt flat and place your underwear folded in half in the middle of the shirt, right below the neck line. This makes it easier to roll.
Fold the right side of your shirt to the middle, and then do the same with the left side. Take a pair of crew socks, anything larger or smaller will not work quite as well, cross them toe to heel over the sleeves of your folded shirt.
Once you have the socks in place, begin rolling from the collar down the shirt to the bottom. The tighter you roll, the less space you will take up.
When you are done rolling, you should have two ends of the socks sticking out on either side. Take one end and fold it over the roll. Then take the remaining sock end and fold it over.
This is your Skivvy roll. A family of four with clothes rolled in a skivvy roll will barely weight one pound.
Here’s a quick video by a fellow survivalist “The Sensible Prepper” making a skivvy roll.
To see the rest of the ways to shed pounds from your bug out bag and a lot more useful information go to the full article at: SkilledSurvival.com
This DIY Solar System will run drills, hedge trimmers, string trimmers, blenders, can openers, soldering irons, heating pad, crock pot, computer, lights, fans the list is almost endless.
All of these things and more… from one 3 panel set. This is easy to setup and use. This small scale DIY solar system will run almost anything (used “in moderation”).
For longer/extended run times just increase size of the overall system.
Make sure to watch the video below.
You hook the batteries in parallel. meaning (“+ post” of 1st battery to the “+ post” of 2nd battery. then “+ post” of 2nd battery to “+ post” of 3rd battery. etc…) do the same with the “negative” posts. then hook the charge controller and the inverter to the first battery in the row.
if you have more than 6 batteries then search google to find detailed diagrams on how to hook those together. you can run the lights and tv on 1 or 2 sets of panels and 1 or 2 batteries. …
Panels are 100% waterproof and weatherproof. they are meant to be mounted outside (permanently if you like). The battery is used to store the power that the panels generate.
They are charged over and over again. briefly, all you need to do is hook the solar panels to the “charge controller” and then hook the “charge controller” to the battery.
Then simply hook an “inverter” to the battery. the inverter has an AC outlet on it, finally just plug in what you want to run. Good luck building your DIY solar system.
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In addition to food there are other supplies you should consider having on hand in case the worst happens.
Here you will find a list of over 100 non food items that you need to carry in your emergency supplies.
Remember you can do it a little bit at a time.Here is a list of 100 non food items that should be part of your emergency supplies. Start with a few of these items, then add a little at a time.
First aid kit Bandages Over the counter medications including pain relievers, cough and cold medication, anti-diarrheal medication, children’s medications, and ointments Hydrogen peroxide Rubbing alcohol Thermometer Extra prescription medications if possible
Cleaning products Vinegar Emergency toilet Hand sanitizer Bleach