Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent


So you think you need full body armor? Really?

SafeGuard Stealth concealed body armor review for preppers

Safeguard Armor contacted me recently to see if I’d check out their Stealth body armor and let everyone know what I think. I’ve had experience with different kinds of body armor, both concealed armor with civilian clothes as well as that freaking hot and heavy shit I wore in Iraq and Afghanistan so I thought this would be an interesting topic and figured I’d write about SHFT body armor for preppers as well as do a prepper gear review at the same time.

Portable solar panel review: scharger-12

sCharger-12 review

Suntactics contacted me after reading my sCharger-5 review and asked if I’d like to take a look at their more powerful sCharger-12 and write up a review because they liked how I wasn’t such a kiss-ass like most reviewers. Well, duh!

Inventio-HD 720P Video & Audio Recording Sunglasses Review

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I was contacted by Spytec here recently and asked if I could do a review of the Inventio-HD 720P Video & Audio Recording Sunglasses, and they look like a great product

Use double duty prepper gear to save weight and space

Crazy knife

When you’re deciding on the stuff that goes on your prepper gear bugout bag list, you should do more than just make sure you have all the bases covered. You should try to overlap the problems that they solve.

You need a car emergency kit!

Jumper cables

Do you have a vehicle emergency kit? There are essential items that every vehicle should have on board at all times. Some of them are obvious and some not-so obvious. A good prepper doesn’t wait until something happens before he starts to make a plan. Do you have everything you’ll need when the unexpected strikes? […]

Make a prepper stove with just scrap

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If you’re not into actually making a stove and don’t have the mad skills of Yankee Prepper (but you should really learn how), I’d suggest getting something like the Solo Stove. These things are super-efficient and great to have for not only camping but for around the house during extended power outages.

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