Preparedness Tips and Rants

Keep Your Guns And Buy More

Wednesday, 10 April 2013 17:02 Mike McGuire
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Like they say, history is bound to repeat itself. Yet for some reason, "We Just Don't Listen" !!!

Listen to this woman's advice

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 April 2013 17:09

The Preparedness Library

Saturday, 16 February 2013 19:43 Mike McGuire
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Preparedness Library

Reading almost seems to be a lost art these days. Most people only skim articles that they find online as opposed to actually picking up a book and reading it cover to cover. Look at how many small book stores have closed up shop over the last few years.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 February 2014 22:36

Firearms Sales

Wednesday, 13 February 2013 23:25 Mike McGuire
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This was recently sent to us. We took a tour to several local firearms retailers and saw that they were also running out of product with little hope of being able to restock in the forseeable future. The firearms politics of the US will run over the border into Canada. It would be wise of you to stock pile what you need, as product is running low very quickly.

Have a read:

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 February 2013 23:42

Home Pharmacy

Saturday, 09 February 2013 17:59 Mike McGuire
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Home Pharmacy

You do have a home pharmacy right? What do you mean you don’t understand? It is a sad state of affairs today that most households have at least one occupant that requires some type of pharmaceutical aid. With our preparedness mindset, it should be obvious to you that along with food and water there may be some pharmaceutical items that you would want to keep on hand as well as your basic first aid items.

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 February 2013 18:06

It Will Never Happen To Us...

Wednesday, 09 January 2013 00:42 Mike McGuire
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Is this what your response is when someone suggests you should take preparedness seriously? What do you suppose those people along the US eastern seaboard are saying now? Hurricane Sandy was a given. They just didn’t know how bad it was going to hit. It had the potential to be much worse than it was and they were spared due to a couple hour difference between expected landfall and what actually occurred. Had landfall coincided with the high tide as expected, the water levels would have been much higher than what was experienced.

So many people were caught off guard with no food or water available to them. Most had no electricity and not even any flashlights or candles. When they went to buy some, the few local corner stores that were trying to operate could only accept cash. Still think all you need is that debit card?

Those people who were smart enough to have a small generator on hand typically didn’t keep much gas around. It then became very difficult for them to access gas. Back in the dark and cold again.

We could go on but you should get the point by now. These people had a couple days warning that hurricane Sandy was going to roll through. The decision to stay or go was up to them, but for those who chose to stay and were not prepared to deal with the consequences, well that’s just Darwinism at its finest. Let’s hope it never happens to you.


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