Many preppers who aren’t “gun people” have a gun or two for home protection or for the inevitable time when the SHTF.
You may think you have a gun or two at home and you know how to use it. That makes you feel pretty good about protecting your home in an emergency. Not that we don’t think having a gun and being prepared to use it is a good idea. But
I’ve talked to people who aren’t preppers who feel that in the event of an environmental or social disaster, the city is the best place to be. There are differing opinions on this, of course, and it is likely that any city is where resources will be concentrated to get
If Elide Fire has its way, the vertical fire hydrant “spray cans” will be a thing of the past. They’ve created an exploding fire extinguisher ball that just makes so much sense. When you’re in a fire, how close do you really want to be to it? Yes, fire extinguishers
Fireworks are a symbol of our nation’s independence and we have celebrated the Fourth of July with backyard displays and city-sponsored spectacles for decades. While “everyone does it,” there’s no doubt, though, that fireworks can pose a serious safety hazard. Every year news outlets follow the holiday with reports of
Stop for a minute to imagine the scary sight of a line of quickly moving fire approaching your home. Imagine the popping of trees falling over as they succumb to the heat and ash pouring down from the sky. The air will be thick with smoke and hard to breathe.
Floods are the most common natural disaster in the country. They can also be deadly if you’re unprepared. It only takes a few inches of fast-moving water to knock down a person or lift a vehicle. If flash flooding is expected in your area, don’t risk getting stranded away from
If the power goes out, will you be prepared? Power outages can happen for a number of reasons. Blown transformers, strong winds, natural disasters, and other situations can cause widespread power outages. The fact is that it doesn’t take much of a disruption to cause an unexpected power outage that
Don’t be a victim of a burglary or home invasion. The following tips will help you protect your house, whether you’re at home or away. 1 – Secure Your Doors Doors are the entry point of your home, and are often the first target of a burglar. To prevent unwanted
How would you break into your house? It might seem like a strange question, but it’s the best way to start the process of protecting your home from unwanted visitors. Check out some other preventive measures below for protecting your home. Alarms You can find low cost options that are