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Field Test: Magtech Guardian Gold .40 S&W 155gr JHP

Most people will say that preppers and survivalists are avid firearms enthusiast. Do I believe this stereotype? No. I have met folks who prep and for whatever reason, they are not into firearms at all. Then you have folks on the opposite side of the spectrum who have enough armament to start a war in a small country. I say this because no matter whichever side of the fence you are on; our goal is to provide you with thorough reviews which will provide valuable information. This brings us to our recent ammunition field test.

Doomsday Preppers Episode Afterthoughts: Disaster Doesn’t Wait

Last night we have had the pleasure of viewing another installment of Doomday Preppers on NatGeo Channel. This episode titled, “Disaster Doesn’t Wait”, featured three families preparing for a specific disaster scenario. This review will be short as I was not impressed by this episode. I was disappointed as each episode has provide something new or cool, but the only interesting bit of information was the couple who drank their own urine.

Doomsday Preppers Episode Afterthoughts: Close The Door, Load The Shotgun

No matter how many times you watch Doomsday Preppers on NatGeo, you can never get enough. Whether we are talking about beans or bullets; it is always interesting to see how others prep. This episode was interesting because the three families shown were alike in many ways. Though each was preparing for a different SHTF scenario, they shared similarities.

Hiking Gear Review: Leki Khumbu Antishock Trekking Poles

As part of our Beginning Hiking Series for Preppers, we will review gear that we feel is beneficial to our readers who are interested in hiking the trails. The unique part of this series is that I am beginner at recreational hiking as well, so these reviews will be from a fresh (and unbiased) perspective. Now enough blabbing and onto the topic at hand.

Doomsday Preppers Episode Afterthoughts: Its Gonna Get Worse

If you have not heard by now, but Doomsday Preppers on NatGeo is the hot topic of social media regarding preppers. We were treated to a new episode last night and you will agree it was interesting. Some folks bash the show, but I believe it is only because they don’t fully understand it. I will explain later.

Doomsday Preppers Episode Afterthoughts: Into The Spider Hole

If you have been following the show Doomsday Preppers on NatGeo Channel like I have, you will see we have met so many characters along the way. From architects to truck drivers; they all share a common goal and that is survival. But this episode has thrown me for a loop. I hope the folks at NatGeo won’t take offense to any of this, but I have to be honest. If you want to know why, keep reading.

Doomsday Preppers Episode Afterthoughts: Nine Meals Away From Anarchy

They say good things come to those who wait. This season of Doomsday Preppers has progressed nicely and I believe the best was saved for last. Throughout this season, we have met preppers from different walks of life and they possess different schools of thought regarding preparedness. But this week’s episode; Nine Meals Away From Anarchy, took the show to a whole new level. What brought me to this conclusion? Keep reading. You won’t be disappointed.