August 21, 2019

The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness – Interview with Jim Cobb

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Today we are featuring Jim Cobb’s latest book The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness. Jim Cobb runs DisasterPrepConsultants.com, and SurvivalWeekly.com.  He is also the author of Prepper’s Home Defense.  Clearly, he knows and lives the prepping lifestyle so I thought it would be great to do an interview with Jim and find out his thoughts about urban prepping. 1.  New preppers get overwhelmed by all the possible threats facing ourworld.  What do you […]

Kevlar vs. Carbon Fiber for the Top Body Armor Material

Guest post by Anthony McGrath Carbon fiber and Kevlar are materials that are used for making bulletproof vests protective inserts. They are known to be the most composite materials that are strong and function extremely well. They have been used frequently used in different areas like sports cars, aviation, and body armors. These two materials are mostly used for similar purposes but they differ in some important aspects. Kevlar Kevlar has been a revolutionary material and has been used for […]

Is Defense the Biggest Hole in Your Preps? Read “Prepper’s Home Defense” by Jim Cobb

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com When starting the preparedness journey, most people focus on storing food, water and first aid supplies.  But there is one aspect of preparedness that should not be ignored, and that is defense.  You need to be able to protect yourself and your family during normal times; if a collapse happens, defense would become even more critical. Prepper’s Home Defense contains a lot of useful information without being overwhelming.   It even includes a list […]

Firearms for Long Term Survival

Today is Day Four of Preparedness Blog Crossover Week.  I hope you have been enjoying the series. Today’s question is:  What firearms do you feel are most appropriate for long term survival and why? I’ll be the first to admit I am not the biggest expert when it comes to firearms.  But I have read and researched enough to know at the minimum what I would have for long term survival.  I’d have a handgun for defense.  In my case […]

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