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    The Rev says:

    Great video, it goes hand in hand with Trankors Survival secret, which is chock full of strategies for prepping when SHTF. Google it for the exact plans and techniques that have been proven to work throughout the ages.

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    Alexis Sauer says:

    Got this great survival guideline “suvo amazing guide” (Google it) as a present for my partner and he likes it. Both of us are curious about disaster readiness, so this book is very helpful for preparing for anything that can happen. Many books out there state the obvious, but this one goes a little more in depth in the "whats and hows" of being ready.

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    Lithus17 says:

    You are missing the most important thing. Shelter. Meaning how to maintain the one you got and how to create a new one if you had to leave it. All you need for ANY prepping is the basic four:
    1. Food
    2. Water
    3. Shelter (maintaining it and creating a new one if needed)
    4. Ways to protect yourself. (Everything from medical supplies to firearms)

    Each is a basic foundation that can be built upon and ALL should have at least one alternative or redundancy for each. Start off by making sure you can provide for you and/or your family for at least 48hrs as if you were completely cut off. Then build on it from there.

    The next step is answering the question of being able to mobilize those four things. Can you pick up and leave and still maintain these things on the move?

    And honestly, preparing to barter in the event of an economic collapse is a little excessive. Your main concern is being able to maintain the basic four. When the zombie apocalypse happens, if you’re still alive…then worry about how you’re going to trade when shit settles

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