9 thoughts to Survival Gear To Have For Civil Uprise Buy Retail Nearby At 17:41

  1. Very nice top five my friend, and for me water would definitely be number one on my list and some sort of water filtration. And I can understand light and energy being in your list because those are comfort items and that helps with morale. And if you live in a populated area and people know you prep they will come for those preps so self-defense is a must for me. Because after three or four days the store shelves are empty and by day seven or eight people are killing for food and water it's just human nature to do what ever is needed to survive. I have food and water for one year for my family. But in reality there are others that I have told in case of an emergency to come here and if they show up then those supplies will last for just about 45 days. Thanks for sharing my friend.

  2. I'm totally going to do a VR to ya! 🙂
    Your #1 is extremely important. You CAN'T survive without water. You can live a lot longer without food than you can without water. So that's smart.
    You and I are 100% on the same page when it comes to food. I have some freeze dried foods (mountain house) but like you said, you have to use water. Yes, you have to use water for ramen, but it's different. You really don't have to spend a ton of money on food storage, and you should store food that you'll actually eat. We even have some hostess cakes for morale. 🙂
    Great top 5!!

  3. R.S. if you are doing royal Burke reconsider and go for Dalton instead search Burke water filters fail on the tube the candles fail at the joint to the glue joints probably leak before failing out rite

  4. as usual good videos… I have several ways to treat water, but still need to store more than what I have… thanks for posting.