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Top 10 Super-Preps: Survival/ Camping/ Prepping Gear

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1) Berky Water filtration systems
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2) Woodstoves
GuideGear

Knico

3) Monowalker

4) Bug out Roll

5) Flashlights
Olight X7R Marauder

Imalent DX80

Thrunite TN 42

Olight M2R Warrior

6) SAS Survival Bow

7) Harvest Right

8) Powerfilm Solar Panels 120

Discounted 10 watt/ 13 watt

9) Inergy Portable Solar generator

10) Silky Saws

11) Diamondback Truck Covers

12) Pelican Catch 120 Kayak (older cheaper version)

Pelican Catch 120 Kayak (New Improved Version)

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11 thoughts on “Top 10 Super-Preps: Survival/ Camping/ Prepping Gear

    1. I bought the silky pocket boy after watching your video a while back. It replaced my heavy axe in the back pack but did not do so well on typical homestead wood processing. I guess it is time to step it up . I did see the video of this sword saw. It seems baddass. Being a short guy at 5’2″ will I be able to handle this tool ? Hek I am going to treat myself for Christmas and get the darn thing. I can see putting it to use wright away. Thanks man.

  1. I’ve owned a DiamondBack HD cover for going on 5 years… I would buy another one tomorrow… it’s worth every penny, and I’m not just saying that because I have one. It’s an awesome product.

  2. When the SHTF, you will be the first to perish. Your ego and stupidity for showing the world all your goodies has guaranteed it.

  3. As always another quality video. my caveat to your list of good stuff is the need for skills. take courses with quality instructors on everything from back country First Aid to Permiculture gardening. take a pottery class, learn how to knit. the more you know the better you can adapt. In a world of uncertain future don’t just place your faith in stuff. Even more importantly create a community of like minded individuals to help each other. no one can survive on their own for long. Hence why in ancient times banishment from a community was a most severe punishment.

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