Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

5 suggestions on how to protect your home

Five suggestions on how to protect your home Keeping your home safe is one of the most important things a person can consider and yet most people don't do much more than lock their front door. As a prepper, you should know already that there … [Continue reading]

Prepping: 10 simple ideas on how to start

Preppers are you prepared

So how do you start prepping? Prepping is getting more mainstream today and there is a lot of information out there now about getting ready for an emergency or in case SHTF, but if you're new to being a prepper, what should you do first? You need to … [Continue reading]

Best SHTF and TEOTWAWKI Movies Webstore

Best SHTF and TWOTWAWKI Movies

My groupingĀ of the best SHTF and TEOTWAWKI Movies for preppers This is a list of the best SHTF movies I can find but the list will be continually updated. This is basically a list of movies I think preppers would like and involve survival, the … [Continue reading]

Graywolf’s Spy Webstore

Spy Store Archer

From looking at the server logs, I saw that a lot of you were interested in the articles and products I have on the site pertaining to surveillance and espionage. I thought you might appreciate if I chose some items related to spy gear and espionage … [Continue reading]

My go-to flashlight that I’ve carried in four combat zones: Surefire e1l review

Surefire E1L flashlight review

Surefire E1L Flashlight review The SureFire E1L flashlight is one of the most important pieces of prepper gear that I have and the only reason I don't put it in my bugout bag is because it's always in my pocket; which is why it's so useful. It's a … [Continue reading]

Suntactics sCharger-5 solar charger review – what I carried in Afghanistan

sCharger-5 Review

The Suntactics sCharger-5 Solar Charger review (with video). As a soldier, I need tough, dependable equipment and the Suntactics sCharger-5 solar charger is one of the best items a prepper or camper can put in their backpack for backup power out in … [Continue reading]

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