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OFFGRID Survival Launches Gear Store at

OFFGRID Survival, a Global leader in Survival and Preparedness Training, announces the opening of their online retail store, OFFGRID Tactical.

OFFGRID Tactical Gear

The online store will carry the OFFGRID Survival product lines, along with tactical, firearms and survival related apparel, signs, decals and gear.

“We developed the online retail store with our readers in mind. We are constantly getting requests for OFFGRID merchandise and gear, and after years of requests from our readers I figured it was time to do something about it, “said Robert Richardson, Founder of OFFGRID Survival. “All of our gear and merchandise is made right here in the U.S., with most of it being made right in the OFFGRID Survival shop.”

“We are launching the store with a line of OFFGRID Survival branded apparel and merchandise, as well as some tactical signs and decals. Over the next couple of months we will be adding more survival related gear once everything is up and running and we can be sure to find a way to make it here in the U.S.”

Tactical Gun & OFFGRID Signs
Metal Signs from the OFFGRID Tactical Shop

The OFFGRID Survival online store can be reached at Media interested in covering the story or speaking with a OFFGRID spokesperson should contact us here.

About OFFGRID Tactical

OFFGRID TACTICAL is the Branded gear store for They sell OFFGRID Survival Branded products as well as tactical gear, shirts, decals and signs.

Connect with OFFGRID Tactical on Facebook, Twitter @OffGridTactical and on Instagram @OFFGRIDtactical.

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3 Comments on OFFGRID Survival Launches Gear Store at

  1. Diane

    I am thinking that the future is looking very bleak as well as terrifying!

  2. B from CA

    I love Alpaca(s). I wanted to buy one until I learned it would cost me thirty thousand and one hundred fifty thousand for a stud. (I think that is the correct word). Too steep for this humble shopper. Alpaca products can be equally pricey. But they are oh so soft and comfy. And they are four times warmer than wool without making you too hot on cooler days. Besides the price: what’s not to love? Could you carry a skull cap and socks? Sweaters are nice, too. Even long johns would come in handy when the grid goes down or the electric bill is past due. Good luck with your store. Consider buying an Alpaca Ranch with the profits.

    • sk

      You’re joking right? I’ve had llamas the alpaca cousin, and trust me you can certainly get those animals for far less for personal ownership. You would need a herd of animals to have enough “wool” to make garments. That’s why they have co-ops of owners. But the initial investment is only part of the cost. Add to it the time to continuously groom the animals to keep the fleece from matting or getting debris tangled within; the costs of quality feed to produce that fine wool; the veterinary bills to keep the animals healthy and you certainly have more costs and energy expended than is worthwhile.

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