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About Jim Cobb
Jim Cobb is the Editor in Chief for Prepper Survival Guide and Backwoods Survival Guide magazines. His articles on preparedness have been published in many other national magazines as well, such as OFFGRID, American Outdoor Guide, Survivor's Edge, and Boy's Life. His books include Prepper's Home Defense, Prepper's Financial Guide, and Prepper's Long-Term Survival Guide. Jim lives in the Upper Midwest with his beautiful wife, two sons, and assorted critters.
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The preparation you make for a hurricane, earthquake or other short-term disaster will not keep you alive in the event of widespread social collapse caused by pandemic, failure of the grid or other long-term crises. Government pamphlets and other prepping books tell you how to hold out through an emergency until services are restored. This book teaches you how to survive when nothing returns to normal for weeks, months or even years, including:
Does your disaster preparation plan include security measures? When civilization fails and the desperate masses begin looting, they will come for your food, water, and life-sustaining supplies. This book shows you how to implement a complete plan for operational security and physical defense, including:
• Perimeter Security Systems and Traps
• House Fortifications and Safe Rooms
• Secured and Hidden Storage
• Firearms and Defensive Combat Techniques
• Gathering Intelligence and Forming Alliances
You’re prepared for hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, earthquakes and other natural disasters, but are you ready for the inevitable man-made disasters to come? This book teaches you the other half of disaster planninghow to survive the economic turmoil that hits regions and nations after the storm has passed.
Prepper’s Financial Guide will teach you how to:
Purchase precious metals
Safeguard your valuable possessions
Invest in foreign and alternate currencies
Barter and trade for needed supplies
Build an off-grid marketplace
Reduce debt so you can save for the future
And much more
The Urban Prepper's Guide teaches you how to become more self-sufficient while also preparing for any impending worst-case scenarios.
Recent events have shown us that our comfortable lives can be disrupted at a moment's notice by global events far beyond our control. Written by Jim Cobb, a survival expert, this book explains how you can make simple preparations now - without great expense or consuming precious living space - that will allow you to be ready the next time global disaster strikes, and can help you live more economically and self-sufficiently now.
When a catastrophic event strikes, you’ll need to rely on your skills and supplies to keep you alive. This book teaches you how to improvise solutions for the scarcities, deficiencies, and dangers that will arise in a worst-case scenario.
Prepper’s Survival Hacks offers a wide range of creative ideas for transforming cheap and widely available items into life-saving gear:
• Harvest water in a transpiration bag
• Catch food with a pocket fishing kit
• Cook using a handy hobo stove
• Craft quick fire starters in an egg carton
• Make a mini oil lamp using a mint tin
• Assemble a survival kit in a belt pouch
Does your disaster preparation plan include security measures? When civilization fails and the desperate masses begin looting, they will come for your food, water, and life-sustaining supplies. To protect these, as well as your family and home, you must be fully armed with weapons, tactics, and strategic methods of self-defense.
This book shows you how to choose the most powerful tools for protection. It’s a comprehensive, no-holds-barred guide to all types of weapons, including:
• House Fortifications
• Non-Lethal Options
• Defensive Techniques
• Improvised Arms
Is your survival plan complete from A to Z? Are you truly 100 percent prepared? Because if you overlook one vital area, fail to stock one critical supply or underestimate one potential danger, your whole plan could come crashing down. The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness guarantees you won’t miss a thing as you prepare for the most important moment in your life. This bible of prepping shows each and every life-saving step necessary to keep your family alive and well when the world around you is in chaos, including how to:
• Efficiently store water and acquire additional fresh water after a collapse
• Build a shelf-stable food stock and supplement it by harvesting edible wild plants
• Strengthen the security of your home as well as have a back-up bug-out plan
• Treat illness and stay healthy when there are no doctors or hospitals
• Build a safe and secure survival retreat that allows for long-term off-the-grid living
When disaster strikes, your calls, texts and emails may not work. After 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy, cell phones were rendered useless when transmission towers were destroyed and networks became overloaded. Having an alternative way to reach family and loved ones at these critical moments is essential. With Prepper's Communication Handbook, you learn the best tips, tricks and expert secrets for surviving when phones and the Internet fail.
Exploring the best options for every disaster scenario, this hands-on guide features in-depth coverage on a wide variety of lifesaving emergency communication systems, including:
* Satellite Radio
* NOAA Receiver
* GMRS and FRS Radios
* Citizen's Band
* Ham Radio
* Radio Scanners
* MURS Radio
If you're looking for a "take you by the hand" approach to learning how to set up a ham rig, look elsewhere. The focus here is on providing an overview of all the different communication tools out there, allowing you to decide for yourself which ones are best suited for your needs, situation, and experience level.
After discussing the various communication tools available, the focus turns to improving communication skills, such as conflict resolution and interpreting body language. Without these skills, tools are all but useless.
Welcome to the most important class you’ll ever take. In this dangerous world, there’s no place where disaster won’t find you. Your only option is to get educated. Presenting a straightforward 52-week course to becoming a full-fledged prepper, this book guides you step-by-step with everything from simple tools for storing food and water to advanced techniques for defending your family and property:
• Learn to stock, treat, use and reuse the most important survival item of all—water
• Store enough food to feed your family for three months without breaking the bank
• Develop the emergency skills to respond effectively to any catastrophic event
• Fortify and protect your home with affordable and manageable DIY projects
• Create a prepper savings account to ensure your family’s well-being
If you want to make it out alive, you can’t rely on hope or help from others, you need to be ready to act on your own.
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Don't miss any issue! Your survival may depend on it...
Issue #3 Contents:
Review: Izula Gear Wallet E&E Mini Survival Kit - Ed Corcoran
Dry Bulk Food Storage - Steve “Sasquatch” Mayka
Growing and Processing Raw Wheat Sprouts - Carrie Milandred
Cooking off the Grid with Solar Power - Lisa Bedford, The Survival Mom
Home Distilling - The Spirit(s) of Self-Reliance - John Burks
The Survival Garden - “Nurse Amy” Alton
How to Never Run Out of Food - Carrie Milandred
Weeds for Natural Health - Robert Scott Bell
Saving Money Around the Homestead - Jim Cobb
Dairy Goats: The Sustainable Food Supply - Lisa Barthuly
Making Your Water Safe to Drink - Ed Corcoran
The Lost Art of Root Cellars - Carrie Milandred
Our Barnyard Friends - John Milandred
Don’t Throw That Away - Jim Cobb
How to Build an Earthbag Survival Shelter - Owen Geiger
Home Security and Invasion Counter Measures - Chance Sanders