Category Archives: Bugging Out

Should I Bug In or Out

Should I Bug In or Out.
Bob Hawkins “The APN Report“ Audio player provided!

Should I Bug In or OutThat statement is actually too simple to be accurate, there’s way too many variables that weigh in, but the gist of it rings true… If given a choice of bugging out or bugging in, I’d bug in, knowing I should go.
I’m recently back from a delivery trip, taking stock up to Virginia and the NC Outer Banks. Continue reading Should I Bug In or Out

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

Prepping on the Cheap Part 2- Bugging Out

Prepping on the Cheap Part 2- Bugging Out
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

Prepping on the Cheap Part 2- Bugging OutIf you had to pick up and go right now, could you do it? How long would it take for you to gather your important documents, extra clothes, food and water, and necessary gear? If so, great. You are ahead of the curve. If not, this episode will tell you how to put together a 72-hour bag without breaking the bank. Continue reading Prepping on the Cheap Part 2- Bugging Out

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

5 Steps to Developing a Better Urban Survival Process

5 Steps to Developing a Better Urban Survival Process
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below!

SurvivalWe all know about grey man and the idea that we should merely bugout of any major metro area in the event of a disaster. These are good pieces of advice but I think it’s time we take this base knowledge and begin to apply it to our specific neighborhood. If you are truly going to be successful in the urban survival scenario you should apply these five urban survival processes. Continue reading 5 Steps to Developing a Better Urban Survival Process

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

51 Items Most Preppers Forget to Add to Their BOBS

51 Items Most Preppers Forget to Add to Their BOBS

51 Items Most Preppers Forget to Add to Their BOBSIf you’re relatively new to prepping and starting to gather supplies, you may be feeling somewhat overwhelmed. Don’t worry you are not alone. For the first two years that I was prepping, I felt like I really didn’t know what I was doing either. Other than spending money to buy gear that sat waiting in the closet or Continue reading 51 Items Most Preppers Forget to Add to Their BOBS

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids Backpacks

50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids Backpacks

50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids BackpacksIf you’re in a survival situation and you’re on foot, your own bug out bag is going to be all you can manage. If you’re a parent or grandparent responsible for children in a survival situation, you can’t possibly carry everything they will need. It’s going to be crucial that your child or children carry their own backpacks for survival during a bug out. Continue reading 50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids Backpacks

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

Bug Out Bag Essentials

Bug Out Bag Essentials
Bobby Akart “Prepping For Tomorrow” Audio in player below!

Bug Out BagOn this episode of the Prepping for Tomorrow program, Author Bobby Akart will continue his month long discussion of prepper basics. Last week we discussed the Prepper’s Conundrum and the decision whether to bug-in or bug-out—Should I stay or should I go? This episode, we’ll talk about your bug-out bag and what to pack. We’ll even discuss bug-out vehicles for a grid down Continue reading Bug Out Bag Essentials

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

PREPPER BASICS Should I stay or should I go?

PREPPER BASICS: Should I stay or should I go?
Bobby Akart “Prepping For Tomorrow” Audio in player below!

PREPPER BASICS: Should I stay or should I go?On this week’s episode of the Prepping for Tomorrow program, Author Bobby Akart will continue his month long discussion of prepper basics. The Prepper’s Conundrum is Bug In or Bug Out—Should I stay or should I go? We’ll delve into your options to see what makes sense for you.

I’m gonna ride it out Continue reading PREPPER BASICS Should I stay or should I go?

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

17 Things to Do or Check before Bugging Out!

17 Things to Do or Check before Bugging Out

sam_0743The Internet is filled with various lists of what to pack in your bug out bag, what kind of bug out bag to buy, how to pick a bug out location, how to choose a bug out vehicle, and what to pack in that vehicle. It seems that the topic of bug out supplies and how to carry them has been covered ad nausea by most prepper sites. If you’ve got your bug out bag packed, you may think you are ready for anything. But the reality is that when disaster strikes, you can’t just grab your Continue reading 17 Things to Do or Check before Bugging Out!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

The City, EDC, and Preparedness!

The City, EDC, and Preparedness!
Josh “7 P’s of survival” This show in player below!

The City, EDC, and PreparednessThis week on the 7 P’s of Survival Radio Show we discuss various aspects concerning EDC, Preparedness and Self-reliance in a major city environment. Throughout the show I discuss a variety of major metropolitan areas, their laws regarding EDC, Preparedness and much more. Don’t think of this as a be all and end Continue reading The City, EDC, and Preparedness!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

Bugout pt 2

Bugout pt 2
James Walton “I Am Liberty

Bugout pt 2On this second installment of the I AM Liberty bugout discussion we are talking all about movement. Our first show was about the factors leading up to the bugout and in this episode i want to talk more about being on the road and safe movement. Again this show will not be about bags or contents. There are plenty of podcasts showing these types of topics in great detail. Continue reading Bugout pt 2

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

The Bugout!

The Bugout!
James Walton “I Am Liberty

The BugoutThis show may turn into a two or three part series on the Bugout! An in depth look at the bug out from start to finish. Its much more than just the bag that should be considered. For starters the most important decision you make will have nothing to do with what’s in your bag. Nor will it have anything to do Continue reading The Bugout!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

10 Lightweight Items for Your Bug Out Bag

10 Lightweight Items for Your Bug Out Bag

10 Lightweight Items for Your Bug Out BagEvery prepper knows that a well-equipped bug out bag can mean the difference between life and death during a natural disaster or SHTF scenario. The tendency is to want to stuff as much equipment as you can into your bug out bag just in case you need it, but a bag that is too heavy can be detrimental even for a short trip. Experienced preppers recommend that Continue reading 10 Lightweight Items for Your Bug Out Bag

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

The Tundra and Super Duty as a BOV

Tundra and 2004 Ford 350 FXL Super duty as BOV

Barney Whistance

Every prepper knows the importance of having a good Bug Out Vehicle (BOV). Not everyone can afford to take out a new car, but fret not there are plenty of good options available in the second-hand market. Continue reading The Tundra and Super Duty as a BOV

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssFacebooktwittergoogle_plusrss
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusFacebooktwittergoogle_plus