Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Archives for January 2013

Use double duty prepper gear to save weight and space

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.

How to barter or negotiate using psychology

Want to know how salesmen manipulate you using psychology and how you can turn the table? Bartering is a skill that is not only critical in a SHTF or even TEOTWAWKI scenario, it can help you today.

Social Network Experiment

Please do me a huge favor so I can get the word out about this site and learn which social network is the most popular. Please share this page with the social network you use most.

Gun owners and Law Enforcement say agree: hand’s off

We’ve always been proud of our right to bear arms and just the fact that we all own guns have protected us from being attacked from other countries. Isoroku Yamamoto, Japanese Admiral, WWII decided not to attack mainland America not because of our military but because Americans had guns.

Rethinking the best home defense weapons: a look at the .22

To defend your home, you need to be able to stop an attacker. In order to stop him, you need to hit him or to make him want to leave. We’ve been told for years that you need to have a big gun with a big bullet that can pierce through armor in order to defend your home. Who are you defending yourself against, Spetnaz? Let’s get real for a minute.

You need a car emergency kit!

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? […]

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