Monthly Archives: April 2008

The Suburbanite’s Challenge to Survival and Preparation, Part 2

April 30th, 2008 (9 Comments)

One Word … SUSTAINABILITY Can the suburban prepper sustain themselves through a long-term SHTF scenario?  I do not think so. What do I mean by sustainability?  The ability to produce items needed to survive a long-term full-on grid down SHTF survival scenario.  The ability to grow food and find and purify water are the most critical […]

Don’t Forget the Kids!

April 29th, 2008 (5 Comments)

No, not literally as you are running out the door.  What I mean is, don’t forget the unique prep items your kids might need.  From newborns (or not yet borns) to teenagers (shivers), each age group has their own prep needs.  Now, I know you have kids because you are on the suburban preppers blog!  […]

It Can Happen at Any Time! Travel Prepping and More!

April 28th, 2008 (1 Comment)

My last post was telling you about a little R & R in the Sierras which, for those of you that are not from up state California or Western Nevada, is where Reno Nevada is located.  Anyone hear anything about Reno lately?  Check here! It turns out that for the last two months the Reno […]

Off the Grid for a Couple Days

April 24th, 2008 (4 Comments)

The SP will be off the grid until Monday for some R & R up in the Sierras! I will leave you with this little nugget which will help counter balance the somewhat anti-gun accumulation post from yesterday. Check out Big 5′s deal on a STEYR M95’ BOLT ACTION RIFLE  … $85.00 !!!! Wow, that […]

Don’t Go Nuts With the Guns!

April 23rd, 2008 (28 Comments)

What? Really? Are you actually posting this?  Yeah, I am. I was in Bullseye yesterday getting some rounds down range and I was drooling over a Springfield M1A Socom … (insert Homer Simpson drooling sound here).  In California this is about the most expensive bad-ass battle rifle in a .308 caliber you can get.  It […]