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During emergencies, basic human needs are compromised. One of the most essential elements is having clean water for you and your family. 170 gallons a day is a course that can help you learn the important facts about obtaining and purifying clean water.

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Losing yourself in the great outdoors requires a bit of planning. You need to pack a lot of things, but because of limited space, you have fewer food choices. This means you need to consider packing trail mixes. A balanced all-natural trail mix provides several benefits for hungry hikers and backpackers. The question is not whether you should bring along trail mixes, but what food to combine for tasty and energy boosting snack.

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Imagine if you would, a world where vegetables and fruit all climb, twine and grow upward, creating beautiful and bountiful landscapes that save space, require less effort, produce high yields, and reduce pest and disease problems. Whether your goal is self-reliance or the simple satisfaction of growing your own foods, a bountiful vegetable and fruit harvest can be yours regardless of the amount of space you have.

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Here we list our top ten handguns of all time, a fact which has been established due to their popularity among the masses. These handguns have been used in military service and have been quite popular among civilians as well. Some of these handguns have been pioneers in their respective fields and are still being produced due to their excellent design. We hope that the information you’ll read here will help you in selecting the right handgun for yourself.

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This course is going to give a direct answer to all your questions regarding camping and meals. This book will also talk about getting ready and preparing for camping. The aim is to give you a refresher on how you should set up a quality camp. The desired result of this book is to give a reader the best campfire recipes for everyone along with gear tips and tricks. This course is filled with delicious and easy to prepare recipes for anyone who is planning to have a campfire. All that is detailed in this book, giving you, the reader a detailed guide on how to be involved in camping and how to make that camping fun and easier.

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What would happen if hunters found themselves in a disastrous situation without any of their store bought hunting and survival resources? This course aims to fix that exact problem by providing the tips you need to know in order to craft a trusty survival bow. While there are plenty of other hunting and bow strategies that will maximize your efficiency, this guide will show you what it takes to create a survival bow and survival arrows that will drastically enhance your chances of surviving and thriving in the wild.

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For anyone that uses a firearm, safety and knowing how to use a weapon is of paramount concern, and the same principle holds true for anyone contemplating a firearm purchase. Firearm safety involves both the safe use of a weapon as well as safe storage of firearms in the home. This guide highlights all of the things you need to know to keep you and your loved ones safe when using and storing firearms.

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One of the specific applications of the training in this series is going to be training to use a firearm for personal protection. We’ll show you how you can still effectively train for these scenarios without having to go to great expense. In addition, as our country continues on it’s anti-gun path, it’s likely that it will become more and more expensive and difficult to train to defend yourself and your family with a firearm. We’ll show you how you can continue training, no matter how oppressive things get.

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We think we are safe and sound in the protection of modern society. But we all know that we are only one single flip of a switch or one natural disaster away from being left in the dark. In a world where electricity and natural gas are no longer an option, there is one skill that can make or break you.

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All of humanity and civilization grew from early tribes of hunter gatherers. Before agriculture became the mainstay of society the fruit and vegetables these tribes consumed were discovered by foraging. Foraging is defined as searching widely for food and provisions. A skill like foraging can be invaluable in survival situation, but to properly forage one must be not be afraid of hard work, experimentation, and be willing to educate themselves.

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Depending on the region you live in, different disasters may strike and you should be ready for it. When disasters strike, people can lose everything. Disaster preparation is not a linear process. This report will inform you about the different types of disasters that may occur and the territories it can most likely take place.

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Imagine if you would, a world where vegetables and fruit all climb, twine and grow upward, creating beautiful and bountiful landscapes that save space, require less effort, produce high yields, and reduce pest and disease problems. Whether your goal is self-reliance or the simple satisfaction of growing your own foods, a bountiful vegetable and fruit harvest can be yours regardless of the amount of space you have.

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Hydroponic gardens are nothing new. The famed “Hanging Gardens of Babylon”, one of the lost wonders of the world, were a massive, elaborate hydroponic gardening project. Hydroponics is perfect for either growing plants in an environment where they wouldn’t normally take or areas where the local soil isn’t up to the task.

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In this Course: INTRODUCTION MAINTENANCE SAFETY STORAGE AMMUNITION US GUN LAWS

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7 Lessons
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The gun world is exploding at the moment. The options for handguns and rifles are enormous. This includes mag pouches, flashlights, lasers, etc. However, this guide gives the new gun owner a basic idea of what is out there. It would take an encyclopedia to show every model of rifle, and other encyclopedia for pistols, and considers one for holsters, optics, slings, sights. The only advice we can offer without any reservation is too seek quality, and safe training. Learn to use your weapons, your gear, and your accessories. Training is the best way to learn what works for you and what doesn’t. Not only that, but learning your weapon inside and out will make you more effective in a fight.

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Home security is a serious issue for preppers. When it comes to security in general, one really cannot be ‘too’ prepared. It can’t be ignored we all have our bug out plans. Bugging out can be a very viable plan, but what if your plans are to bug in? Find out some tips here on improving your home defense techniques.

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Experienced preppers will tell you “yes!” That’s because they understand the importance of a well thought out “Everyday Carry.” This report will lead you through the process of deciding what items you need in your pockets, and why you need those items with you every day, without fail!

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“No Electricity? No Gas? No Refrigeration? No Problem! When you think about it, you realize that constant, dependable electricity is a very recent development. People survived and thrived for thousands of years before we had the convenience of refrigerators – and so can you. If you’ve been camping, you already have a good idea about certain survival basics like building a fire and boiling water. Those are a good start, but depending on the resources around you, there are plenty of other ways to safely, effectively feed yourself.”

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Water is one of the 5 pillars of survival, without which it’s only a matter of days - if not hours - before irreparable damage or even death sets in.

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7 Lessons
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If you’re seeking independence and a sense of security regarding your electrical power, going solar is a good option. Rolling brownouts during peak summer months, storm damage to the electrical grid during winter months, or unexpected natural disasters ranging from floods to tornados to hurricanes can leave the municipal power grid completely unreliable.

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During times of disaster when supplies start running low many people will start depending on looting to get their needs. By being prepared and safely storing your weapons in an easy and secure location you can fend off attackers and looters. This guide will walk you through the basic steps on being prepared and where the best areas are for storing your weapons.

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With technology today many people depend on their gun for self defense, but what if you are away and your gun is tucked in the comforts of your own home? Luckily for you, humans were experts at self defense for thousands of years before guns were invented. With a little know-how, you can look at a rock, a bike helmet, or even toothpaste with the same sense of security you feel looking at a gun.

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Money is only as valuable as people’s belief in it. After all, you can’t eat it, wear it, or take shelter under it. Money is, ultimately, a convenience we all agree upon as a society. After a deep crisis that affects all or most of society, that agreement can break down and often does. In such instances, paper money quite often loses value rapidly and becomes worthless rather quickly. When this occurs, people become immediately much more practical and less philosophical. Instead of giving you a perfectly useful pair of shoes in exchange for a pretty useless piece of paper, they’ll start asking for a couple of fresh killed rabbits or a basket of apples. Tangible items with real life uses and value become the medium of exchange, not paper money.

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You never know when an outing that you’ve been planning for months, may turn into a nightmare. This is why being prepared and informed about the worst that can happen, is always a good idea. If you and your family have decided to go for a skiing holiday, suppose the unexpected happens and there is an avalanche; how will you survive? In this book, we will address some simple ways of how to avoid becoming stuck in an avalanche and you will learn about what to do if you couldn’t escape in time. In most cases, there will be a hope that rescue teams will come looking for you, therefore, it is important to know what you can do to keep yourself alive, long enough. Continue reading to learn some important tips and tricks that will help you survive.

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Muzzle loaders have been used for hundreds of years. The firearm is still usable today, however, using a muzzle-loading firearm to hunt is a challenge. When you decide to take the plunge, be sure to research your states hunting laws regarding muzzle loaders. Find out more about muzzle loaders on this course

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In many cases, you don’t know your identity has been stolen or your financial accounts have been comprised until your credit card is declined or your bank account gets drained. The panic that rushes through you when you realize what has happened is nothing compared to panic you’ll feel when you discover the near endless nightmare that comes with trying to reverse the damage. There are many safeguards you can take to protect yourself from identity theft and credit card fraud. First and foremost, you must understand what constitutes identity theft and the various methods crooks can use to obtain your identity.

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This course, ‘LOCKS, STOCK, AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS’ is about the history of firearms, where they originated and their present day innovations. From there, the readers will learn about the different types of firearms that have commonly been in use, and the most innovative firearms that are in circulation today. Essentially, this book is a […]

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Does open carry help deter violent crime? Or does it lead to more crimes? What are the important laws associated with open carry? Which states allow open carry? What is the debate about open carry vs. concealed carry? Concealed or open, is America going in the right direction with regard to handling gun control? If […]

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Protein is a very important source of nutrition that your body needs. By learning to raise fish, chicken, and rabbits you can become self sufficient in times of crisis.

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17 Lessons
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In order to survive off the soil, you will need to become a seed expert. Expertise, however, is a step-by-step process. Before building a beautiful, bountiful garden you will have to learn the basics. You will need to learn which seed suits your needs best

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In this Course: The Valuable Nature of A Shotgun The Shotgun Shell Describing the Gauge Types of Shotguns Pump Action Home Defense Shotguns Autoloading Tactical Shotguns Accessories Ammunition  

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9 Lessons
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Every year, tornadoes, hurricanes, and other extreme windstorms injure and kill people, and damage millions of dollars worth of property in the United States. Even so, more and more people build houses in tornado- and hurricane- prone areas each year, possibly putting themselves into the path of such storms. Having a shelter, or a safe room, built into your house can help you protect yourself and your family from injury or death caused by the dangerous forces of extreme winds. It can also relieve some of the anxiety created by the threat of an oncoming tornado or hurricane.

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You never know when an outing that you’ve been planning for months, may turn into a nightmare. This is why being prepared and informed about the worst that can happen, is always a good idea. If you and your family have decided to go for a skiing holiday, suppose the unexpected happens and there is an avalanche; how will you survive? In this book, we will address some simple ways of how to avoid becoming stuck in an avalanche and you will learn about what to do if you couldn’t escape in time. In most cases, there will be a hope that rescue teams will come looking for you, therefore, it is important to know what you can do to keep yourself alive, long enough. Continue reading to learn some important tips and tricks that will help you survive.

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Wildfires are an ever increasing problem in America and much of the world. Expanding housing developments, “no harvest” programs that leave dry brush and trees littering public lands, and the extreme drought around the country have all made wildfires more likely than ever. Yet most people are unaware of the problem until it’s too late to protect their homes. Fires can and do happen almost everywhere.

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Like much in life, survival isn’t a singular concept, but a vast topic with multiple practices and requirements ranging from the basics to advanced. But regardless of your age or expertise, you can gain a better understanding through learning the five pillars of survival, the focus of this FPA-exclusive course.

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While natural disasters are certainly important to prepare for, there is a startling amount of evidence that indicates we are facing a threat that is poised to affect every man, woman, and child of the world for generations to come – a global economic collapse.

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Everyone needs to learn basic first aid, by reading the field medic’s guide you will learn the essentials of administering first aid.

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Though “preppers” are often referred to in (implied) derogatory terms like “doomsdayers”, the fact is that a host of natural and man-made events around the world from hurricanes to war have proven that planning ahead for disasters, or any kind of crisis no matter what form it takes, makes sense.

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Want to know your rights as a gun owner? This resource walks you through the history and rights you have as a gun-owner. Gun law facts every patriot should know. A look at the formation and changes to the United States Firearms Laws and how they affect citizens today.

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There is nothing we can do to prevent calamity, but there is plenty that can be done to prepare for it. The chief handicap in all of the above disasters is a lack of preparation. Taking the necessary steps today, may mean the difference between life and death, tomorrow. So, what can you do today to prepare for anything tomorrow may throw at you?

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Vinegar lives in the pantry of most homes as an afterthought. You probably have it on hand and use it solely for cooking without realizing its has other uses that can transform your home, your health, and your finances.Consider this guide your shortcut to enlightenment. In the pages ahead, you’ll learn more about one of mankind’s oldest household friends. Vinegar’s heritage stretches back more than 10,000 years, and its usefulness hasn’t changed over the centuries.

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Tornadoes are a force of nature, dangerous natural events that are far more destructive than the ‘cutesy’ tornado antics we loved watching when Tasmanian Devil ran rampant in the Looney Tunes. For most of us March is a month to look forward to because of the spring season; but we also have to remember that March, is also the start of tornado season. Be sure that you are ready to leap to action the next time you hear a tornado siren blare loudly in your city. One of the worst common mistakes that you can make is to think that tornadoes won’t affect your area.

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In this course, you will learn the basics of trapping your own food. From modern live traps to ancient Native American techniques, there are plenty of ways to capture your own food with a few simple materials (many of which can be sourced directly from the wilderness). You will also learn some of the basic techniques required to become a proficient trapper.

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Today, more and more shooters are taking an interest in reloading. Based on the ancient tradition of making your own ammunition, reloading is back in style, thanks to gun rights debates and rising ammunition costs. Yet saving money is just one part of the total package. Reloaders are also more self-reliant, more in-tune with their weapons, and less vulnerable to interruptions in the availability of store-bought ammunition.

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Of all the traits shared by all great hunters, patience and a willingness to learn are perhaps the most essential. We cannot teach patience, but you will need to develop it to become a hunter. If you are willing to learn, you already have something in common with the masters of this great sport. Use the following materials as a starting point on your quest to become a hunter. Learn the vocabulary and study the techniques, and then look for real hunters willing to share their wisdom. Pull up a squat and listen intently to lifelong hunters, and take their words to heart. If their stories touch and inspire you, and you are willing to learn, you will be well on your way. Welcome to the amazing world of hunting!

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When in need, a quick source or food is needed and by raising rabbits you can raise a reliable and good source of food for you and your family. Rabbits are quick to harvest. They are a great source of good protein, while being low fat. Read the basics and what you need to know about raising rabbits in this guide.

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There’s nothing more dispiriting than discovering you have no practical experience once SHTF and the survival skills you’ve read up on become the difference between life and death.

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Of all the traits shared by all great hunters, patience and a willingness to learn are perhaps the most essential. We cannot teach patience, but you will need to develop it to become a hunter. If you are willing to learn, you already have something in common with the masters of this great sport. Use the following materials as a starting point on your quest to become a hunter. Learn the vocabulary and study the techniques, and then look for real hunters willing to share their wisdom. Pull up a squat and listen intently to lifelong hunters, and take their words to heart. If their stories touch and inspire you, and you are willing to learn, you will be well on your way. Welcome to the amazing world of hunting!

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9 Lessons