Always looking for new and improved ways to distribute the weight of my gear for every day use, as well as how to get the most out of my E.D.C. Check out the mods, and gear options listed below for some great ideas on how to mod out your gear with some of these ideas.
Let me tell you from the get go, some of these are just plain genius, while others are just scratch your head and get you thinking types of videos.
▶ What Goes in a Bug Out Bag?
▶ Top Ten Bug Out Bag MISTAKES!
▶ Top 10 Forgotten Bug Out Bag Items
▶ “Survival” Boot Mods – YouTube
▶ Chap Stick Keychain Mod Secret Stash Box
▶ 20 Paper Clip Hacks for Survival & Everyday Uses
▶ 20 Condom Uses for SHTF Survival
▶ 10 Everyday Items You Can Re-purpose in a Survival Situation
Your biggest vulnerability, in a SHTF situation where you are living at your homestead and need to grow your own crops and manage your own livestock so as to maintain a viable lifestyle for you and your family for many years to come, will be when you’re out in the field and focused on your farming duties.
Maintaining any type of effective security of your homestead retreat will require more manpower than you could afford to spare during harvest time, and even if you could, you’d remain vulnerable to a skilled and determined adversary. A better strategy is to create a buffer zone between the land you work and the uncontrolled land adjacent to you. This buffer zone reduces the lethality of any surprise assault and gives you time to get to shelter or a defensible position, or regroup and defend your homestead retreat.
A sufficient sized buffer zone requires an enormous amount of additional land, we suggest you either rent out some of your buffer zone or settle next to other like-minded folk, giving you relatively safe and more secure boundaries on at least some sides of your retreat lot.
“It appears foolhardy to wait until a national emergency is upon us and the National Guard is ordered into the Federal service before at least laying the groundwork for a State defense force” – MG Ellard A. Walsh, president, National Guard Association of the United States, prepared statement to the Senate Committee on Armed Services, July 28, 1955
When you find yourself in a survival situation, and I don’t just mean a end of the world type event, but a life or death situation. Your walking from the subway to the Park and Ride to get into your car after working late, it’s after sunset and right as you reach into your hand bag to get your keys, when all of a sudden your grabbed by a stranger. Continue reading