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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.

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I grew this Yellow Jarvis heirloom corn. A little bit of my sons Blue Hopi crossed and I got a few kernels of blue in my yellow. Picked some and brought it in to shell. [IMG][/IMG] Passed it through my Grainmaker mill. [IMG][/IMG] Mixed up some batter. [IMG][/IMG] Butter in the skillet and heated it up. [IMG][/IMG] Put the butter in the hot skillet and stuck it in the 400 degree oven. [IMG][/IMG] Baked it until i liked what I saw. [IMG][/IMG] You wouldn't believe the difference fresh ground meal makes in your cornbread. Yummy! Hope y'all enjoyed this post.:thumb: [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: Survivalist Boards
I'm kinda digging this slide. Who makes it? Where can I buy it? Thanks Attachment 91018 Attached Images ImageUploadedByTapatalk1411339632.036910.jpg (181.5 KB) [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: Survivalist Boards
I'm short on space (as I'm sure most of us are), and ideally would move the bulk of my canned storage into a 4x20 concrete room that is doubling as our safe spot for the frequent tornado warnings in our area. My main concern is stabilization for storing these cans without them crashing down on us in the event of a tornado. I saw some heavy duty shelving that may be useful, but I'm trying to go cheap and portable for storage(rental home). I have a wooden table that I could repurpose, but I'm [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: Survivalist Boards
Now that your radio is running with all the local repeaters, hows the studying going? [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: Prepared Ham Forums
VinnieWhats the status on your testing? [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: Prepared Ham Forums
Thanks for the update sir. Let us know how it works going forward.. [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: Prepared Ham Forums
“Still … in this world only winter is certain.” ― George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire) If you happen to be a Game of Thrones fan, you know the Stark Family motto: “Winter is coming.” It's inevitable and sometimes dangerous. According to all predictions, this winter will be a repeat of last year, or perhaps even worse. Most of the country can expect extreme cold, an abundance of snow, and a longer-than-normal winter. It may be only September, but that first storm of the year can sneak up on you. Now is the [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: The Organic Prepper
What Else Can You Char? Beyond Char Cloth Experiment Knowing how to make char cloth is a great skill to know. In a survival situation you may not want to tear apart your clothes because it may be just to cold or just not doable. Thats OK tho because shtfdad went and did some charring … Continue reading The post What Else Can You Char? Beyond Char Cloth Experiment appeared first on SHTF & Prepping Central. [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: SHTF Preparedness
How To Make And Start A Fire With Flint & Steel Starting a fire with flint-and-steel is harder than most methods available these days but in a SHTF situation this may be the only option you have. Bushcrafters still prefer this method of starting fire than the modern day ferro rods you can pick up today. … Continue reading The post How To Make And Start A Fire With Flint & Steel appeared first on SHTF & Prepping Central. [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: SHTF Preparedness
Welcome to this week's Sunday Survival Buzz with an update on my own preps and announcements from the Backdoor Survival blog. Since I am surrounded by packing boxes and bubble wrap, I don't have much to report this week. That, coupled with a writing marathon, have taken up all of my time and then some. A quick word about bubble wrap. At the last minute we ran out to the nearby Home Deport to replenish our supply. (Remember, we are packing up a condo in the Seattle area that was recently sold.) Long story short, $40 later we [...]
Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Source: Backdoor Survival
Timing is everything, and I found this particular lump in my armpit the same month a friend died of breast cancer. So, I visited my doctor. One of the questions my doctor had asked was if I changed to a new deodorant, and I had recently started using the Famous Brand SUPER STRONG deodorant. It worked really well, but…. Not worth the risk if it was giving me who-knows-what in my armpits. Naturally, I had a mammogram and an ultrasound to check. The result: benign / nothing. Now, I don't know about you, but those are two different results. Nothing means nothing, [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Survival Mom
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 providing a 5.56 Nato QD Billet upper with a hammer forged, chromlined barrel and a hardcase to go with your own AR [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Survival Blog
You have a biblical right to self defense. In a life and death situation, where you have to make a choice to defend yourself, you should know that God says it's okay. This can prove extremely difficult for Christian believers that respect life so much that they don't want to take it, even when it means it's necessary to preserve it. Survivalists/preppers have numerous creative and astounding methods to preserve their life in the event of a natural disaster or societal breakdown, including everything from food stores, clean water strategies, bug out bags full of all the essentials, hiding places, camping [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Survival Blog
Hi HJL, I realize that the writer of this article speaks from an area of professional focus, but we actually have more realistic threats. Also, I agree with your italicized comment about nuclear war. Europe was not nearly rendered uninhabitable, due to Chernobyl. Even if we thought that a nuclear war was non-survivable, not giving-up or quitting is the essence of being a survivalist. Also, terroristic “dirty bombs” are way overrated, and as the author of the article stated himself, most of the casualties would be from public perception and the mass panic. As a collapse theorist myself, I would define the [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Survival Blog
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Prepper Website
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Prepper Website
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Prepper Website
Weather you know an expert canner/dehydrator or someone just starting in the art, we always need supplies but are not always easy to shop for. So for this holiday season I have put together a list of the tools I have found to be very effective when it comes to canning, dehydrating and cooking in general. Many people have some of these tools and others do not. For those who have the basic tools you may find something here that catches your eye. So please, share this article with friends, family and new canners all around and get your [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: American Preppers Network
This week's Strategic Relocation Briefing by Joel Skousen, compliments of the Strategic Relocation web site, takes us to Southern Utah. As you'll see from Mr. Skousen's assessment, if you are living in Southern California or Arizona this may just be the area you're looking for as an ideal retreat location. It's got fairly warm weather in winter, low crime rates and it's far enough away from major metro areas that you won't have to worry about a golden horde overrunning your town in the event of a major crisis. As always, Mr. Skousen puts forth an insightful analysis focusing on [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: SHTF Plan
This week's Strategic Relocation Briefing by Joel Skousen, compliments of the Strategic Relocation web site, takes us to Southern Utah. As you'll see from Mr. Skousen's assessment, if you are living in Southern California or Arizona this may just be the area you're looking for as an ideal retreat location. It's got fairly warm weather in winter, low crime rates and it's far enough away from major metro areas that you won't have to worry about a golden horde overrunning your town in the event of a major crisis. As always, Mr. Skousen puts forth an insightful analysis focusing on [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: SHTF Plan
How to Make a Forge and Start Hammering Metal If SHTF and the world went to pot, having skills will definitely help you out in the world of barter and survival. Blacksmithing is one of the oldest still used skill s there is and it's sad to say that not many of us actually know … Continue reading The post How to Make a Forge and Start Hammering Metal appeared first on SHTF & Prepping Central. [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: SHTF Preparedness
Today I share the next author interview and giveaway in the Summer 2014 Backdoor Survival Book Festival. Glen Tate, the author of the 299 Days Series, is back again for another interview with all-new questions plus, of course a book giveaway. This time, the featured book is 299 Days: The War. You might remember that Glen was one of the very first participants in a Backdoor Survival Book festival. I am thrilled that he is back and excited to be reading book number eight in the 299 Days Series. Enjoy the interview and be sure to check out the [...]
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Source: Backdoor Survival
You'll want to pin this for future reference! You may have noticed the “List of Lists” in the top nav for this site. 120+ is A LOT of lists to scroll through! But there is some great stuff in there. Have you looked at 5 Survival Skills I Learned in Scouts or 8 Vital Skills to Teach Your Children that Will Trump an Ivy League Education? Both of those are in the new Family, Parenting, and Kid List. Are you more interested in First Aid /Healthcare Lists? You can read How to Create and Use an Herbal Home Medicine Chest or one of [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: Survival Mom
You'll want to pin this list for future reference! Click here. To get started with the basic building blocks of food storage, these are the top 10 foods I recommend. If these aren't a good fit for your family, for whatever reason, stock up on the alternatives that you're currently using. Be very aware of the enemies of food storage and always try to store your food in the most optimal conditions possible. Wheat Once ground, wheat is the building block for varieties of bread, tortillas, flat bread, pizza crust and more. I've stocked up on hard red wheat for hearty [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: Survival Mom
Editor's Note: The the analysis below has been contributed by Dave Hodges and was originally published at The Common Sense Show. Hodges' detailed research gives us some frightening insights into what a martial law scenario for Ebola or other communicable disease might looks like. Granted, Ebola has not yet achieved the official status of a “national security emergency,” but government procedures for such a scenario already exist. In fact, as noted by Hodges, this summer President Obama amended an existing Executive Order to include respiratory illnesses as potential health conditions under which martial law could be declared. And, like clockwork, we [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: SHTF Plan
If you live in a hard water area, hard water deposits (limescale) can cause all kinds of problems, ranging from the unsightly build up around sinks, baths and faucets, all the way through to completely clogging up your heating pipework, in which case, professional plumbing help is required. If we're just talking the hard water deposits in the bathroom and kitchen, we can sort them out in no time at all, and for very little money. I tried several hard water deposit busting products and they were all pretty nasty and not one of them did a great job either. The [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: Knowledge Weighs Nothing
If you have kids and they have ever had an ear infection, you will totally understand how utterly helpless you feel due to your inability to ease their suffering… Ear infections seem to cause kids a huge amount of pain and discomfort, which is totally out of context with the severity of this relatively minor ailment. Nighttimes prove an especially difficult and stressful time and a sleepless night is usually guaranteed. The next time your little one (or big one!) is suffering with earache, one of the nicest things you can do for them, to provide some instant relief, is to [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: Knowledge Weighs Nothing
Toothache, like earache is no joke; minor ailment but huge amount of pain. Next time you or one of your family is suffering with toothache, give this simple natural remedy a try… The remedy is clove, you can use whole clove, ground clove or ideally clove oil. I know, I can hear you saying nothing new here, it's that same old clove toothache remedy, and you'd be right, HOWEVER, how many of you have actually tried it? Many of us are aware of popular old timer home remedies and we instantly dismiss them as hogwash. If I am honest I was [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: Knowledge Weighs Nothing
by Todd Walker Everyday life if full of daily disaster drills. 1.) Red Barn Forge Bushcraft knife 2.) Fire kit – ferro rod, lighter, magnifying glass, fatwood, char tin 3.) USGI poncho 4.) Pathfinder stainless steel bottle and cook set 5.) #36 tarred bank line Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do. — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The fire alarm blared mid-sentence second period. My first thought was that this couldn't be a routine, scheduled drill. Our sixth graders were taking one of those useless, high-stakes standardized tests. A prankster either pulled a fire alarm in the hall [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: Survival Sherpa
It has been a while since I have had a “Free Food Friday” so what better way to kickoff the Fall food storage season with another fabulous giveaway from sponsor Buy Emergency Foods! In the event you are not familiar with Buy Emergency Foods, they sell the Legacy brand of freeze dried emergency food including individual items as well as meal pouches and a premium dog food. That being said, up for grabs this week is the Legacy Foods 32 Serving Family 72 Hour Emergency Food Kit. In this kit are eight food pouches of four servings each and they all [...]
Fri, Sep 19, 2014
Source: Backdoor Survival
Basic first-aid skills are something that everyone should know. While nothing can replace hands-on training, the following resource and videos cover the essential life-saving skills you need to respond to a wide range of medical emergencies. [...]
Thu, Sep 18, 2014
Source: Off Grid Survival
When a ship from an Ebola-plagued nation docks on American shores with a crew full of sick passengers, by all means, we should bring them into the country and treat them. But don't worry – the CDC figured it was probably fine. According to a release from the CDC, the ship was reported to have traveled to a port in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and others in Africa. Officials immediately downplayed the likelihood that the sickness was related to an outbreak of Ebola in that part of the world. “There is no evidence to suggest that the crew members traveled to, [...]
Thu, Sep 18, 2014
Source: The Organic Prepper
Sept.18,2014: More than 2,000 homes and up to 1,500 other smaller structures are threatened by wild fires that are spreading out of control near Sacramento California. With 2,500 brave firefighters involved, the fire has already consumed 44 square miles of trees and brush and is just 5 % contained. Most of the homes in danger are located in Pollock Pines, approximately 50 miles east of California's Capital. California Governor Jerry Brown declared a State of Emergency Wednesday freeing funds to help with the fire near Sacramento and to assist in aid towards destroyed or damaged homes in the Oregon bordered town [...]
Thu, Sep 18, 2014
Source: American Preppers Network
Icy pavement accounts for 154,580 crashes annually, while snow and slushy pavement cause 175,233 crashes, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. But accidents can be avoided with proper planning and winterization. Proper planning means having everything you need before you head out for a winter drive. Don't assume you'll have a warning before disaster strikes. In 2014, thousands of people, including young school children, were stranded overnight during a freak Atlanta snow and ice storm. Here are five ways to prepare your car for winter and ensure you survive a winter wonderland on our roads: Get a check-up Give your car a [...]
Wed, Sep 17, 2014
Source: American Preppers Network
A review of the 162 Bushcrafter, Benchmade's first foray into the Bushcraft knife market. [...]
Wed, Sep 17, 2014
Source: Off Grid Survival
The will to survive is probably the single most important aspect of surviving a traumatic event. I can't stress how important mental preparedness is for surviving crisis situations. Here is how you can develop a Survival Mindset. [...]
Tue, Sep 16, 2014
Source: Off Grid Survival
When treating a tension pneumothorax, place the needle and catheter above the third rib, about 2 inches from the edge of the breastbone. (Click illustration to enlarge.) by James Hubbard, MD, MPH In my “What to Do for a Collapsed Lung” post, I promised future information on what to do for one of a collapsed lung's most dangerous variants, a tension pneumothorax. So here it is. This post covers an advanced procedure, but the procedure can save a life. If medical personnel aren't able to get to the victim, you'll likely be the only one around who's even heard of this technique. So [...]
Tue, Sep 16, 2014
Source: Survival Doctor
Are you ready for the possibility of an Ebola pandemic that will interrupt the day-to-day life of most Americans? Because now, the CDC has issued a checklist and said that “Now is the time to prepare.” You can read the entire document HERE. As well, the state department has purchased 160,000 Ebola Hazmat suits. The checklist is a directory for hospitals and medical personnel. “Every hospital should ensure that it can detect a patient with Ebola, protect healthcare workers so they can safely care for the patient, and respond in a coordinated fashion… While we are not aware of any domestic Ebola Virus Disease cases [...]
Mon, Sep 15, 2014
Source: The Organic Prepper
by Morry Banes As far back as I can remember the preparedness community has dwelled and kept getting back to one elusive dilemma – a survival knife or a multi tool. It is to us what “Brenda or Kelly” dilemma is to the fans of 90210, the male ones, all three of them… It's my opinion that the only answer that makes sense is BOTH. Granted, nothing much to screw or unscrew when you are making a trap in the wild, and it would be hard making a decent shelter by using a flimsy multi tool blade but let us take a step back [...]
Mon, Sep 15, 2014
Source: Survival Sherpa
by Todd Walker Anyone Doing the Stuff of self-reliance will appreciate John McCann's new book, Practical Self-Reliance: Reducing Your Dependency On Others. I bought his new book this summer and have throughly enjoyed the read! Right upfront, a distinction is made between being self-reliant verses self-sufficient. Self-reliance is attainable no matter where you're located – a 40 acre homestead or urban apartment. Every step you take to decrease dependence on outside sources builds self-reliance. McCann makes it clear that self-sufficiency, providing for all of one's own needs without outside help, is nearly impossible in today's world. Few will achieve true self-sufficiency. However, [...]
Wed, Sep 10, 2014
Source: Survival Sherpa
U.S. soldiers practice rescuing during medical training at Fort Hood, Texas, in 2011. The soldiers are assigned to the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division. by James Hubbard, MD, MPH You're driving down a highway when the car in front of you swerves to avoid something. You swerve too—right off the road. You are able to stop on the grass, but the other car can't. It flips and the driver is ejected. You find him lying on the ground, bleeding, groaning, but otherwise not responding. At this point, what's the number-one thing you'll avoid doing if possible, even though it might be tempting? Answer: [...]
Mon, Sep 08, 2014
Source: Survival Doctor
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
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
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.


Comments

  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

  3. has anyone heard of a gun cleaning product called barrel buddy? I heard these cleaners can be stored and light weight and can be ordered in 55 gal drums?

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