Mon, Aug 27, 2012
From assembling a bug out bag to understanding the role fireblocking plays in
slowing the spread of a home fire, The Prepper Next Door: A Practical Guide
For Disaster And Emergency Planning is written for both newbie and veteran
For example, in the chapter about firearms: New prepper topics: selecting a
defensive handgun, learning to shoot accurately, and concealed carry. For
advanced preppers: measuring rifle headspacing, comparing the 5.56 mm to the 223
Remington, and distinguishing between the 308 Winchester and the 7.62 NATO.
A prepper from the early 1980′s, Palmer shares his opinions and also writes
about what other preppers recommend. He draws upon the experience and knowledge
of a wide range of people. To learn about cold weather clothing and survival, he
turns to ice fishermen and Alaskans. For dealing with poop, he learned from
RVers and sailors. For choosing the best water purification systems, he looks to
what backpackers and relief organizations in third-world countries use.
While valuable reading to all preppers, the book is primarily written for
urban and suburban preppers. It encourages all Americans to make modest
preparations to survive short-term disasters and emergencies. For more about the
book visit, ThePrepperNextDoor.com.
TOR Here: We are giving away a copy of this book. Leave a comment saying you want it. The winner will contest will run for approximately 48 hours and the winner announced shortly thereafter.
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