Bugging In vs Bugging Out: Have you Planned for Both Options?

February 20, 2013 by  
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Bugging In vs Bugging Out: Have you Planned for Both Options?

All too often I see people get hung up on the notion of bugging out. Many people foolishly put themselves into one of two categories, those that believe bugging out is the only answer, and those that say sheltering in place is the only way to go…

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BUG OUT: Staying Away From High Density Population Centers

December 6, 2012 by  
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BUG OUT: Staying Away From High Density Population Centers

When choosing a Bugout Location, one of the primary factors in picking a location should be the population density of that location. In my opinion, the farther you are away from large areas of people, the safer you will be.

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WINTER SURVIVAL: Have you Winterized Your Gear?

November 15, 2012 by  
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WINTER SURVIVAL: Have you Winterized Your Gear?

With winter time right around the corner, now’s the time to think about winterizing your gear. That means breaking out your bugout bags, opening up those long forgotten vehicle kits and reevaluating your emergency plans for the season.

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Finding the Ultimate Bug Out Property or Survival Retreat

September 27, 2012 by  
Filed under Bug Out, Building, Shelter

Finding the Ultimate Bug Out Property or Survival Retreat

When it comes to buying a survival retreat or bug out location, location really is the key. Here are some of the top considerations that you need to keep in mind when looking for the ultimate bug out location….

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Bug Out Bags – The Ultimate Resource Guide

July 16, 2012 by  
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Bug Out Bags – The Ultimate Resource Guide

When it comes to Bug Out Bags, there are a number of very important survival considerations you need to be keep in mind. Find out exactly what you need to know before ever packing your emergency bags.

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