The First-Aid Companion for Dogs and Cats : What to Do Now, What to Do Later – $4.27
Description: About this product Product Identifiers Publisher Rodale Press, Incorporated ISBN-10 1579541976 ISBN-13 9781579541972 eBay Product ID (ePID) 1906210 Product Key Features Format Hardcover Language English Publication Year 2001 Number of Pages VIII, 439 Pages Additional Product Features Lc…
First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2021 TAO LE 9781260467529 – $45.00
Description: About this product Product Identifiers Publisher Mcgraw-Hill Education, McGraw-Hill UPC 9781260467529 eBay Product ID (ePID) 6043539912 Product Key Features Narrative Type Nonfiction Format Paperback Language English Topic Medicine, Nursing, Health, Medical Nursing, First Aid, Books, Treatments Publication Year…
Emergency! Family First Aid: Quick Reference On First Aid (IMM Lifestyle Books) – $12.18
Description: About this product Product Information According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), ‘every year in the UK more than 4,000 people die in accidents in the home and nearly three million turn up at accident and emergency departments seeking treatment. But, because the accidents happen behind closed doors in isolated incidents they rarely attract public and…
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A few days ago I asked the SurvivalistBoards Facebook group a question, “Name one thing a first aid kit is not complete without.” Some of the answers were helpful, and some were not what I […]
While stockpiling survival gear for a long term SHTF / TEOTWAWKI situation, I think it is important to pause, review, and then move forward. It does no good to stockpile the same thing over and over, while overlooking other essential preps. The changing of the seasons, a new year, or every 3 – 4 months are good times to do reviews.
January, February and March of 2012 were dedicated to buying a Remington 1911 R1, stockpiling 45acp, collecting some some books on chickens, buying some chicks and building my chicken coop. The 1911 is for personal / property defense, and the chickens are for a sustainable food source.
April, May and June of 2012 were dedicated to expanding my ability to purify water, some new cooking gear, expanding my stockpile of brass cased 223, buying some 308 Winchester, diversifying my stockpile of 22 long rifle and expanding my first aid supplies.
If water purification is not at the top of your long term survival plans, it should be. Without safe drinking water, life as we know it can not exist.
My recent additions were two Berkey black filters and a SteriPen Sidewinder.
The Royal Berkey I keep at the Bug Out Location has 2 black filters. Each filter has a life expectancy of around 3,000 gallons – depending on water quality. With the addition of 2 more filters, I can now filter an estimated 12,000 gallons of water. […]