Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Prepping supplies and gear

A good bit of what you need to know is about what prepping gear and supplies you should buy and which are the best. However, it's not just what kind of prepping gear to buy, but also how to use it. Even better is how to make things that will help your prepping with things that you can find around your house or in the nearby trash. This is what this category is all about - Prepping gear; how it's made, how it works, and how good it is.

GoSun Sport Solar Stove Cooker Review

In an emergency, you can’t always rely on having fuel to cook. Solar cookers allow you to cook using just the sun, but not all solar cookers are created equal. Here’s what we think of the GoSun Sport.

Best Prepper Resources and Recommendations – Feb 2015

Come check out the best prepper gear, books, blogs (with the most recent posts from each), forums, and facebook pages – all handpicked by me.

14 brilliant bug out bag packing tips

It’s not just what goes into your bug out bag – it’s how you put it in. Here are 14 tips to help you out.

Product review: The SJ 4000 wifi camera

As a cop, I’m very familiar with using video cameras so I was excited to try out the SJ 4000. Here’s what you need to know about it.

Simple Solar DIY: Building a Fresnel Solar Cooker

Cooking with solar energy doesn’t have to be expensive or even difficult. Check out this simple DIY solar cooker project using a fresnel lens.

Review – Our Take on the Voodoo Tactical Level III Assault Pack

The Voodoo Level III Tactical Backpack has a few drawbacks but it’s still a great bag for the right uses. I break it all down for you here and explain how I use it in my patrol vehicle.

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