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Best prepper and survival websites

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This is my list of the best prepper forum  or prepper- and survival websites that I frequent and recommend to others.

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It’s not gonna be just a bunch of crap listed in order to get a link exchanged (so don’t ask), so the list is gonna be short for a while. I’ve included a quick description for each prepper blog, forum or resource along with the links. Below that is a sampling of some of the excellent writing you can get from a quality prepper site for most of them, provided through their RSS feed automatically every day if they have one – so if you wanna bookmark  any of my pages, this would be the one

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Here they are in alphabetical order:

  • Amazon - Where I buy a LOT of my prepper gear and supplies
  • American Preppers Network - Survival and Preparedness Network bringing together groups, organizations, blogs and businesses.
  • Backdoor Survival
  • Knowledge Weighs Nothing - Has some great posts about prepper and survival skills. Starting to blend some nonsense posts in there as well recently though so caveat emptor.
  • Man Cave Zen - My other blog about stuff men like: whisky, cigars, manly man cave decor and gifts, fast cars, beautiful women, family, and dogs. Maybe more when I think of it.
  • Off Grid Survival - The knowledge you need to survive in any situation. Urban & Wilderness Survival • Prepping & Preparedness Issues • Self Defense & Tactical Topics
  • Organic Prepper
  • Prepared Ham Forums - Prepared ham helps get people licensed and ready for emergencies. They work with local CERT teams and disaster teams to help with radio comms and help get communications equipment running during emergencies and disasters.
  • Prepper Website - Todd does a great job of pulling in a few of the best prepper articles from around the web.
  • SHTF Plan
  • SHTF Preparedness - Matty does a great job of curating prepper and survival information for you and filtering out the crap.
  • Survival Blog - One of the oldest sites. Definitely the oldest on this list. Lots of info.
  • Survival Doctor - Dr James Hubbard has been a family doctor for over 30 years. He’s practiced in small and large towns, worked emergency rooms and in clinics.
  • Survival Mom
  • Survival Sherpa
  • Survivalist Boards
  • Tactical Intelligence

 

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Here is a selection of the most recent posts from my list of the best prepper and survival sites.

Earlier
Would like to put a sighting system on my YHM AR-15 but really don't know much about them. So which is better holographic or red dot? Is one or the other better with light and temp variances? What are you running and what are the pro's and con's? Who has the best quality and price? Don't want junk, but can't afford top of the line. Thanks Sammy [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Survivalist Boards
On September 3, 1752, the United States of America officially adopted the Gregorian calendar, and it immediately became September the 14th. o o o Today, we present another entry for Round 54 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The $12,100+ worth of prizes for this round include: First Prize: A Gunsite Academy Three Day Course Certificate, good for any one, two, or three course (a $1,195 value), A course certificate from onPoint Tactical. This certificate will be for the prize winner's choice of three-day civilian courses. (Excluding those restricted for military or government teams.) Three day onPoint courses normally cost $795, DRD Tactical is [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Survival Blog
Yesterday, we read about certifications and training to prepare to “doctor” your family/group in a post-SHTF scenario. Today, we have part two of this five-part article, looking at first aid in some serious, even under fire situations. TCCC Lessons: In addition to teaching basic EMT, I am a Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC or TC3) instructor, as well as an instructor for the associated Trauma First Responder and Law Enforcement First Responder classes. As anyone in EMS or nursing can attest, one of the first tenants of patient care is that the scene must be safe before care is provided. If the [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Survival Blog
Hugh, I thought I would write a note for those who are planning on moving to the American Redoubt about what I like and dislike about North Idaho. I wasn't sure if I should start with the good or the bad but have decided that because the good far outweighs the bad, I'll start with the bad. There are only a couple things that really come to mind that I don't like. The first is kind of a bigger one, though, and that is that work has been hard to find. I bring this up only because I don't want anyone else [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Survival Blog
I think it is important that we see through the tactics used by some to disseminate disinformation; often by trying to make any opposing view look ridiculous. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/disinf...n-how-it-works These tactics are in full bloom by what I see as half our countries political talking heads doing (and the media and educational system). The link above shows how this is being done. If you want to cut to the chase you might skip down to the numbered items (two sets of numbered items). Recently I started a discussion where one of the major contributors to the conversation was using these very tactics [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Survivalist Boards
BIPOD, please. Many thanks. overbore [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Survivalist Boards
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Prepper Website
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Prepper Website
I would have sworn the showed in the picture. The Diamond and my Comet both have full set of screws. [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Prepared Ham Forums
Intelligence reports issued by the U.S. government say 11 commercial jets were stolen by Islamic terrorists who took control of an airport in Libya late last month. [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Off Grid Survival
(Photo: U.S. Air Force) The U.S. Army is preparing to fight political dissidents who challenge the power of the state as “megacities” become the battleground of the future, according to a new report in the Army Times. The article details how the Army's Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) worked with US Army Special Operations Command, the chief of staff's Strategic Studies Group and the UK's Ministry of Defence earlier this year to wargame the future of armed combat, which will revolve around the neutralization of groups “who can influence the lives of the population while undermining the authority of the state,” a chillingly [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: SHTF Plan
You'll want to pin this one! Click here or on the image to pin it to your Pinterest boards! It's hot out there and kids from coast to coast are going back to school. As a former classroom teacher in Phoenix, I well remember the sight of 25 sweaty, red faces coming in to class after lunchtime recess! If your kids are going back to school and you're concerned about the heat, here are a few tips that I shared this morning on The Weather Channel. They're simple ways to help kids stay cool. 1. Teach kids to be self-aware when it [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Survival Mom
September is National Preparedness Month and thousands of private, public and nonprofit groups are encouraging businesses, agencies, organizations, schools and families to take time to help your community get better prepared for disasters and emergencies of all kinds. Granted a vast majority of preppers are WAY ahead of the general population when it comes to being prepared and self-sufficient, however I'm sure many of you have family members, co-workers and others who are NOT prepared. For example, USA Today recently wrote… “less than 40% of all Americans have an emergency plan, and just 29% updated their supplies in the past year, according [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: American Preppers Network
Originally published on Nutritional Anarchy The Grocery Store Rebellion continues… This week, we didn't buy much in the way of weekly food. Instead, I invested my money and time in prepping tomatoes for the year ahead. We learned several things this week, one of which is the vast importance of networking. Very few of us can self-sufficiently provide every bite of food we eat. There are a variety of reasons for this. Perhaps you don't have enough (or any) land for growing produce and raising meat. Maybe there are restrictions from your HOA regarding what you are allowed to do in your [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: The Organic Prepper
that is very helpful....Unfortunately there are no set screws on the middle loading coil (we use the term wavetrap here).So I will have to adjust for VHF and see how it goes.I will be saving your instructions for future use, my Diamond 770 moble ant... [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
Source: Prepared Ham Forums
Make a plan to can By Nevermars Soon, we'll feel the familiar brisk change in the air. Daylight won't be quite as harsh or last as long. Instead of our summer uniform of shorts and a tee shirt, it'll be time to don a sweater and some jeans. Fall is coming. As gardeners, the approaching season means it's time to get to work, finishing what we started several months ago. Hopefully, you've had a fruitful summer. The bounty of summer can last well into the winter if you're prepared for the harvest. Make a plan to can. When it's time to harvest each plant, [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: American Preppers Network
The Secret to Making Amazing Soap in a Slow Cooker I have been making soap for years now, The past few years I have been making it in a slow cooker. It is so much easier and I am no expert but I think the low, constant heat makes the soap better. You could make … Continue reading The post The Secret to Making Amazing Soap in a Slow Cooker appeared first on SHTF, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading. [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: SHTF Preparedness
Disclaimer: Before we get started, I need to provide you with a legal disclaimer on these essential oil tips: Please do not discontinue prescriptions or a medical professionals advice who is treating you without consulting with them first. I am not a medical professional, nutritionists, food scientists, or expert in anything other than living the “Simple Life” the way we chose to live it. My posts are intended as my opinion and my way of doing things. All opinions and advice offered in this post are merely that of a mother, woman, and wife sharing my knowledge drawn from my own experiences [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: Survival Mom
What SWR meter are you using?Consider it training. You have a dual loaded antenna, The middle load is the 440. There is an other loading coil in the base, for the 2 meter band. The issue with loading coils is that they seldom cover the whole band. Th... [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: Prepared Ham Forums
Though news on the Ebola virus has been muted since two American health care workers were admitted to U.S.-based facilities last month, the deadly contagion continues to spread. According to the World Health Organization more than 40% of all Ebola cases thus far have occurred in just the last three months, suggesting that the virus is continuing to build steam. Physicist Alessandro Vespignani of Northeastern University in Boston is one of several researchers trying to figure out how far Ebola may spread and how many people around the world could be affected. Based on his findings, there will be 10,000 cases [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: SHTF Plan
Though news on the Ebola virus has been muted since two American health care workers were admitted to U.S.-based facilities last month, the deadly contagion continues to spread. According to the World Health Organization more than 40% of all Ebola cases thus far have occurred in just the last three months, suggesting that the virus is continuing to build steam. Physicist Alessandro Vespignani of Northeastern University in Boston is one of several researchers trying to figure out how far Ebola may spread and how many people around the world could be affected. Based on his findings, there will be 10,000 cases [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: SHTF Plan
Tips For Overwintering Container Plants Summer is in it's last few weeks. I hope you all have had a good one. If you are anything like me you have spent a small fortune on plants for your garden. Having containers filled with your favorite flowers is just a given these days, they are easy to … Continue reading The post Tips For Overwintering Container Plants appeared first on SHTF, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading. [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: SHTF Preparedness
Unconscious. What would you do? by James Hubbard, MD, MPH Here's a scenario that happens more often than you might think. You come home from work and find your loved one lying unconscious on the floor in your house. What would you do? Call 911? Sure. A#1 yes. But what can you do until first responders get there? Or what if they're running late, or can't get there at all? It happens. You need a system: First do this, then do this. Okay, first thing after calling for help? Your answer: _______________________ My answer: Make sure you're safe. Yeah, if it's your loved one you're going [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: Survival Doctor
by Todd Walker In Surviving Large on Small Stuff, I was asked how I made the gig used to harvest the water moccasin in that post. Two months later – sorry for the delay – I give you my gig tutorial. A survival gig is a simple tool that has been used, and is still employed by primitive hunter-gatherers and boy scout troops, throughout history to add protein to campfire meals. Here's the stuff you'll need to build your own survival gig. Gather the Stuff A sapling from a known species Cutting tool(s) (folding saw and knife) Cordage Knowing the properties of trees comes in handy when selecting [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: Survival Sherpa
It's National Preparedness Month, and the Professional Prepared Bloggers Association is celebrating by providing you with tons of information from some of the best writers in the niche in our 30 Days of Preparedness round-up! It's Day 28!!!! It's time to take your game up a notch with 24 hours unplugged! No fair doing this on a day when you will be away from your normal activities anyway – you want to put your preps to the test! A grid down scenario doesn't have to be a massive EMP that detonates over the middle of the country, throwing us back to the [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: The Organic Prepper
It's National Preparedness Month, and the Professional Prepared Bloggers Association is celebrating by providing you with tons of information from some of the best writers in the niche in our 30 Days of Preparedness round-up! One of the most important things you can do to celebrate this is to take some time to plan your pantry, so today, on Day 18, we will discuss this important aspect of preparedness. Whether you are brand new to a prepared lifestyle or have been working on it for years, it's important to assess where you are to figure out how to get where [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: The Organic Prepper
When I first started Backdoor Survival, we were in the middle of what is now referred to as “The Great Recession”. At the time, unemployment was putting pressure on families of all ages, jobs for young people completing their educations were scarce, and many workers over the age of 55 were simply giving up the job search. Four years later, and almost 900 articles later, I have become a cynic of the highest order. Like many of you, I carry the burden of truth and knowledge mostly in silence while trying to live an abundant and strategic life. From where [...]
Mon, Sep 01, 2014
Source: Backdoor Survival
Two years ago, my husband thought I was nuts to imagine a life without electricity, gas, or grocery stores. He didn't want to discuss it, much less have hand tools and tactical gear cluttering up every inch of unused space and reminding him just how far I'd “gone off the deep end.” Regardless, I felt I had a responsibility to plan for our children — with or without his cooperation. His attitude was basically, “Do what you want, as long as I don't have to deal with it.” Talk about a head-in-the-sand approach! Now, I would never advocate lying to your spouse. [...]
Sun, Aug 31, 2014
Source: Survival Mom
16 Essential Fall Garden Tasks Believe it or not folks, Fall is just a month away and that means some essential fall garden tasks need to be done now if you want to have a successful fall garden this year. I am going to be growing a fall vegetable garden this year. I am doing this … Continue reading The post 16 Essential Fall Garden Tasks appeared first on SHTF, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading. [...]
Sun, Aug 31, 2014
Source: SHTF Preparedness
Welcome to this week's all new Sunday Survival Buzz with an update on my own preps and announcements from the Backdoor Survival blog. I really had to think hard to come up with my prepping activities this week. You see, the way it works is that once you have been doing this for awhile, preparedness become a part of your DNA. Okay, not biologically but you know what I mean. More specifically, every trip to the store, every bargain, every piece of usable but perhaps no longer fashionable clothing, is evaluated in terms of whether it would be good to [...]
Sun, Aug 31, 2014
Source: Backdoor Survival
You still have time. Yes, in most cases depending on your geographical location you can still get your fall vegetable Heirloom Seeds into the ground and still have a bumper crop before the deep winter snow sets in. It doesn't matter if your spring garden was successful or not. Now is the chance to extend your planting season and redeem yourself with a fall garden that even your neighbor might envy. Most of the cool season vegetables can be planted again now for harvesting in time for winter. If you plant now, you could very well have and additional 70 days [...]
Sat, Aug 30, 2014
Source: American Preppers Network
Today I share the next author interview and giveaway in the Summer 2014 Backdoor Survival Book Festival. Jim Cobb, the author of the Prepper's Long-Term Survival Guide, is back again for another interview with all new questions plus, of course a book giveaway. I would like to start by saying a few words about the book itself. This is not a re-hash of the FEMA handbook recommending a 3 day kit and some water. Rather, this a true handbook for what I will call the “gentleman survivalist”. By that I mean a mainstream man or or woman [...]
Sat, Aug 30, 2014
Source: Backdoor Survival
High level intelligence officials are saying a federal bulletin for an imminent terror attack has been issued, and claim Islamic terrorists are operating inside Juarez, Mexico.... [...]
Fri, Aug 29, 2014
Source: Off Grid Survival
The FBI is investigating five major bank security breaches this month that gave hackers access to gigabytes of checking and savings account data that could be used to drain customer accounts. [...]
Thu, Aug 28, 2014
Source: Off Grid Survival
by Todd Walker When you're Doing the Stuff of self-reliance, you'll have the scars to prove it! There seems to be no end to the things that attach to and attack my skin. Ticks, chiggers, cuts, burns, and poisonous plants seem to find me in the woods and backyard. My go to herb to treat these nasties that slip past my defenses is plantain. Chew a leaf of two and apply it to the area. But what if plantain isn't available? Today is your lucky day! I want to share with you an all-natural DIY ointment you can conveniently carry while practicing your Doing the [...]
Tue, Aug 26, 2014
Source: Survival Sherpa
by James Hubbard, MD, MPH When you're sick and go to the doctor, one of the first things we often do is feel your neck. We're looking for swelling in certain places, which can indicate an infection. So if your child gets sick and you're unable to get expert help, if there's swelling in the neck, that can give you clues about what's going on. Here, I'll talk about three causes: strep throat, mumps, and diphtheria. In the U.S., strep throat is the most common. Because of childhood immunizations, mumps is much less frequent these days, and diphtheria is virtually wiped out. But [...]
Mon, Aug 25, 2014
Source: Survival Doctor
Part 5 in our Go-to Herbal Medicine Kit series. by Kat Yorba Today we continue on with our series with looking at “Bleeding.” We will discuss the herb Agrimony and Yarrow. Make an Herbal Compress to stop Bleeding and a Tincture of Yarrow. BLEEDING Some people can handle the sight of blood, some can't. I am one of those who can't. But I find that being prepared…knowing ahead of time what to do and having my supplies on hand enables me to feel better about the whole issue. Let's better understand what bleeding does. Bleeding has it's advantages. [...]
Sun, Aug 24, 2014
Source: Survival Sherpa
Most preppers get the idea that communication is an important capability to have during an emergency. Despite this understanding though, few preppers have a solid communication plan in place beyond a few two-way walkie-talkie devices and the false hope that their cellphone will still function. If that describes you (like it did me a few years ago), this article should hopefully open your eyes and inspire you to change that. The Dangers of a Communication Blackout are Very Real We take our ability to instantly communicate with others around the nation and the globe for granted. In reality though, the methods we depend on [...]
Sat, Aug 23, 2014
Source: Tactical Intelligence
For preppers, survivalists and others desiring to have other means of electricity when the grid goes down, solar has always been a valid means of off-grid power. And in recent years, there's been significant advances and interest in portable solar chargers that are capable of charging cellphones, tablets and other small electronics while in an emergency, on the go, bugging out, or any other reason that would require you to power and charge your devices when the grid is not available. Well, I recently got my hands on a fantastic little portable solar-panel array that is perfect for small electronics like your [...]
Sat, Aug 23, 2014
Source: Tactical Intelligence
You Can Keep Your Phone Locked And Refuse To Unlock It It is your right to keep your phone locked and for you to refuse to unlock it. Doing this means they will not be able to look through your phone without your permission, should you be handcuffed or the phone is taken away from you etc. If You Are Not Arrested, You Do Not Have To Consent To A Phone Search It is illegal for the police to search your phone, if they do not have a warrant and you are not under arrest. Although see the ‘Depending On The Scenario' point [...]
Tue, Aug 19, 2014
Source: Knowledge Weighs Nothing
Pretty much everyone eats pasta and noodles (unless you are gluten intolerant). I think most people cook their pasta for between ten and fifteen minutes, but there is a way of cutting the cooking time down to just a minute or two. This obviously saves cooking time and money spent on cooking fuel/energy. It's also useful for cooking pasta when camping etc as it dramatically cuts down on the fuel required for cooking. How To Cook Pasta In Just One Minute It's very simple actually – all you need to do is soak your pasta or noodles in cold water for 90 [...]
Tue, Aug 19, 2014
Source: Knowledge Weighs Nothing
by James Hubbard, MD, MPH I thought I'd have a little fun today and walk you through what to do in some scenarios to test your basic survival medicine skills. To get the most out of this post, wait for a minute after reading each scenario and think what you'd do in such a situation. Then you can see my answers. And maybe together, we can come up with a better plan. You know, two heads and all that. (In this case, thousands of heads.) I think if you really participate we'll all be the better for it. Thanks to Sara Hathaway for [...]
Mon, Aug 18, 2014
Source: Survival Doctor
We have featured quite a few posts about life hacks, DIY and kitchen hacks previously. Everytime we do a post on hacks, I get loads of messages asking what exactly are hacks and life hacks? Simply put a hack is a new term used to describe a tip, trick or technique for getting something done quicker or easier than usual. The kitchen hacks on the post below by ‘Empowered Sustenance' are amazing. Each one is genuinely useful day-to-day, my favourites are the avocado one (which I'll be trying shortly!) and the cheap DIY Magic Bullet blender using your own blender and [...]
Fri, Aug 15, 2014
Source: Knowledge Weighs Nothing
Back in 1995, Richard Preston wrote a #1 New York Time's best-seller by the name of The Hot Zone which gave a startling view into the deadly seriousness and history of the Ebola Virus. It's a truly horrifying disease: bleeding from the ears, eyes, and anus; black vomit; liquefying organs and brain matter — death for 90% of those infected. For years, the Ebola Virus has never been a huge issue because of the fast rate at which it kills its victims — allowing it to be contained and burn out relatively quickly within the small remote villages where it has primarily been found…up until now. [...]
Wed, Aug 06, 2014
Source: Tactical Intelligence

So, any thoughts, opinions or suggestions? What do you think are the best prepper blogs, forums and websites online? I’m always interested to know about what you think are the best prepper websites, survival websites, preppers forum or prepper website that has lists, reviews, or how-to articles.


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  1. Ricardo Deleon says:

    Hi… thanks for these great items n info. I am glad I found you here.

    I would suggest that the chances of a full-on SHTF zombie attack is somewhat less than a substantial collapse of the job market n how to survive when traditional income opportunities disappear overnight n totally without advance warning. This actually happened in the Argentine government meltdown in 2001. If you Google FerFAL, you will find his take on the underground economy that arose after the meltdown n how to provide for your family n even thrive under primitive markets n living conditions. He now lives in Northern Ireland, as he moved his family from Argentina over a year ago.

    I concur with the Quality of Life benefits derived from the Survival Mom that several of your correspondents have suggested. She has a unique touch and point of view that many find very refreshing, as well as good family-centric info

    I should point out that while I am personal friends and have met personally with both FerFAL n The Survival Mom, I have no financial relationship with them or anyone else. I do not have a website or product to market.

    Please keep up the good work. -CapnRick

  2. Ricardo Deleon says:

    Please feel free to send me an email address to which I can send a copy of my Traveler Security report. It is too big to send via comments, n too short for a free ebook, so I guess an email seems the best way to disminate it. I have traveled the world on military service n biz since the 1960s, n learned a lot about being in dangerous places. This report is has several areas
    of travel security recommendations. The categories of info include…

    . Things you may do to prepare
    yourself for the unfamiliar security issues in unfamiliar territory.

    . Questions you may be asking and
    factors that may be considered based upon the situation in your area
    of destination.

    . Items for which you may be alert
    that may indicate possible threats to your person or valuables.

    . Travel Tips which include how
    to research the area, sources of information, planning ahead,
    blending in to your surroundings for safety, etc.

    . Dressing for success. How to
    maintain an edge in your favor in dangerous areas. Potential
    weapons/tools to aid in your security efforts.

    . Dealing with the stress of
    being a victim

    . Dealing with Terror concerns,
    broken down by world areas.

    Dealing with pickpockets/purse snatchers

    Hotel n cruise ship security awareness

    How to maintain a slight edge against potential attackers in areas where normal weapons are not allowed

    …and too many other topics to list.

    Feel free to delete this comment if you feel it is inappropriate, with my apologies.

    Suerte -CapnRick

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