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Economic Collapse Survival Kits – Be Prepared

Emergency Survival Kits
Emergency Survival Kits

Emergency Survival Kits – Be Prepared

The message used to be 72 hours, but we’ve seen in disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy, that wipes out your infrastructure, your electricity grid and your communications. It will be very likely be more than three days before you start getting food, water and other supplies coming in from outside – Plan for at least a week. You can’t rely on the government!

Having personally experienced one of the worst winter ice storm in North Carolina (Photo: Right) history (5 days without power), and the longest power outage in West Virginia (14 days without power), and the Northern California Loma Prieta Earthquake, 7.2, of 1989, I can share first hand what its like to be without power for many days – At home and on the road.

We’ve learned a lot of lessons during these massive power outages – some good, others not so good. You can read all the Survival Books you want, but there’s nothing like first hand survival experience to put everything into perspective.
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Build Your Own Emergency Survival Kits

Emergency Survival isn’t that much different than camping outdoors – Except that you are camping inside of your living room for a few days. All of these items are available from

• $100 in Small Bills.
Pocket First Aid Kit.
4 Person Bug Out Bag (Photo: Right).
Emergency Sleeping Bags – One Per Person.
AA Lithium Batteries – For LED Flashlights and Radios.
Emergency Hand Warmers – Keeps Batteries Warm.
Emergency Blankets.
36 Hour Survival Candles.
72 Hour Emergency Food Supply.
Folding Stove and Camp Heat
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
• Toilet Paper – Paper Towels – Wet Ones.
Portable Weather Radio.
HausBell Mini 7W CREE LED Flashlight
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LED Flashlight – One For Each Person. (Photo: Right).
Water Proof Matches.
• Pen and Paper – Duct Tape.
Hand Soap – Shampoo – Deodorant – Tooth Paste.
8 Hour White Glow Sticks – Highly Recommended.
• Alcohol Hand Sanitizes – Purell.
• Paper Plates – Bowls – Silverware.
• Cell Phone – Can call 911 without a service.
Survival Whistle with Compass and Thermometer.
• Duct Tape – Plastic Garbage Bag.
• Small Trash Bags.
Emergency Rain Coats – For Freezing Rain Storms.
N95 Surgical Masks.
• Thermal Gloves.
• Thermal Socks.
• Thermal Hats.
• Entertainment Items – Deck of Cards.
• Board Games – Cards Against Humanity.
• Survival Books.
BC75XLT Police Scanner Radio.
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Portable Police Scanner Radio

We highly recommend the BC75XLT Police Scanner Radio (Photo: Right). When my power was cut off during a winter Ice Storm for almost a week, I was trapped inside my home and cutoff from the outside world. The local radio stations were off the air, my cell phone battery was dead, and my phone wire was buried under the ice. The only form of outside communication was my BC75XLT Police Scanner Radio. I could hear my Local and State Police, Fire & Rescue, Ambulance and the National Weather Service. I knew help was on the way, long before it actually arrived, and that gave me hope!

• Police Scanner Radio: 2 AA Lithium Batteries or 2 AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries.
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Patriot Pantry Emergency Survival Food

The 72 Hour Emergency Food Kit provides one adult with 20 servings of healthy, delicious storable food for 3 days. Packaged in convenient and lightweight 4 Serving mylar pouches seals in the flavor and high nutritional value.

The 72 Emergency Food Supply Contains:
• Independence Hall Chicken Soup – 4 servings
• Granny’s Homestyle Potato Soup – 4 Servings
• Lumberjack Vegetable Beef Stew – 4 Servings
• Southwest Enchilada soup – 4 Servings
• Traveler’s Stew – 4 Servings

Great for emergency preparedness, camping, hiking, or to serve as a quick and cost effective meal for your family. Taste the difference in the quality of the Patriot Pantry brand!
Emergency Water Supplies
Emergency Bottled Water

Emergency Bottled Water

Having enough bottled water on hand is a top priority in an emergency situation. We know first hand, when we loses our house power, we lose our well pump, so no power always means no water. A person needs at least 2 quarts of water per day to drink. You also need water for food preparation and personal hygiene. It is recommended to store one gallon of water per person, per day. Don’t forget to take your pets into account – they need water too. Rotate your stored water every six months.

• Many of my 1 gallon water jugs were leaking or half full.

• We use 5 Gallon Water Bottles for flushing toilets.

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