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Tag Archives: Prepping

Vincent’s Spirochete

Commonly called "Trench Mouth" by soldiers in WWI, your mouth and throat breaks out in blister sores that it becomes almost impossible to eat or swallow due to the pain of doing so. Read More »

Armed Angels Among Us

By Carla D Flores | WeaponizedNews.Com | January 17, 2015 Ask any man who hunts, or has shot guns for years; “Guns and Ammo” are for men. It is a man’s world! The hunter, the protector! Gun ranges and competition shooting were for men. They would probably tell you they never thought they would ever see a Pink, Turquoise, Blue, ... Read More »

The Spud Gun For Defense

The spud gun works on the basic principle of a black powder rifle. It will launch a good sized potato many hundreds of feet with substantial velocity for about five cents worth of hair spray or starter fluid. The key to turning a spud gun into a weapon is what is put in front of the potato. Read More »

Bug Out Bags

In a seismically active area as California, it is absolutely essential to carry a bug out bag and bug out supplies in your vehicle whenever and wherever you travel. If bridges or infrastructure go down due to a quake, you may wind up on "Shank's Mare" (walking) to get home or to your retreat. Read More »

Solar Still

By Jim Long | PreppingandSurviving.Blogspot.Com | January 8, 2015 Making a solar still to obtain water is quite easy.  All that is required is a canteen cup or other method of collecting water (even a tin can) a piece of sheet plastic, a piece of hose and a digging device. Dig a hole between 12″-18″.  Place your cup in it ... Read More »

Quiet Weapons

By Jim Long | PreppingandSurviving.Blogspot.Com | January 6, 2015 I have several subsonic weapons.  These are the easiest to make quiet. I have an old Mauser 98 action that I chambered in 45 ACP.  It sounds like a 22LR.  With a little electrical tape and a plastic pop bottle taped over the end makes it sound like a pellet gun. ... Read More »

Power Failures for Long Periods of Time

By Jim Long | PreppingandSurviving.Blogspot.Com | January 5, 2015 In a disaster situation you may wind up with the power grid being interrupted for a period of time.  Also, for urban dwellers, your gas mains or piping in your house may break due to earthquake.  Know how to shut the gas off to your house in this situation.  FEMA states ... Read More »

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