June 25, 2015
We live in uncertain times and with constant threats knocking at our doors. One day, we might live under Martial Law and although the use of Martial law should bring end to the scenario that imposed it, most of the times it will lead to further violence and chaos. The United States, like many other nations has a long history when it comes to Martial law and some fear it may soon be upon us. The current scenarios that foresee Martial law are all related to ISIS attacks that could happen on US soil. This is why you need to have a survival strategy for when Martial law hits.
Coming soon to OTS Preparedness – United Shield ACH/MICH Level IIIA Helmet $269.00
Recently bought one to inspect and check out quality before I started reselling them. 100% pleased! They are without NVG holes and Velcro I added that myself/ Excellent quality level IIIA helmet for a excellent price.
The Brand New ACH/MICH helmet is low profile and provides excellent compatibility with communications equipment, gas masks and especially helmet mounted night vision goggles. Available in black ,tan and OD green.
The helmet is constructed from para aramid material and provides lightweight, robust protection from ballistic and fragmentation projectiles and other low energy threats. A four point harness is anchored to the shell with ballistic resistant bolts. The harness can be easily removed for cleaning or replacement. Continue reading COMING SOON! MICH 2000 IIIA $269.00
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I was editing some photos for the site today and decided to do a article about bugging out in winter and how winter time can literally become a frozen nightmare.
Continue reading Winter Bug Out! When Hell Freezes Over!
Bug In and Staying Put!
So here goes the debate of so many preparedness sites. Personally I will Bug In depending on the situation. If the situation warrants it the most commonsense approach would be to stay put, especial if you have prepared properly and have a number of supplies and resources. First off you would have supplies, shelter, hopefully running water if you have designed a well system to run off emergency power such as a generator, solar power or hand pump and a heat source such as a wood burning stove with plenty of fuel.
Continue reading Bug In or Bug Out? Considerations.
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Decided to get out into the snow and work on some new images and graphics for the blog. Wanted to see how well the East German snow poncho blended in with the recent snow we had.I’ve had this now for two years and finally had a decent enough snow to go try it out. Great for covering yourself and any gear you may be carrying, This is big enough to be worn over a backpack and still provide good coverage.