Bugging Out

Bugging out refers to your evacuation in the event of an emergency or a disaster. In some cases, you might not have a choice but to leave your home and head for greener pastures.

 

The bug out journey will be riddled with dangers: thugs, hungry people, downed trees, collapses bridges, wild animals, blocked roads, dead and and many, many more.

 

Read the articles below and start making your bug out plan today.

Should The Elderly Attempt to Bug Out?

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Bugging out is a commonly discussed and planned event for the self-sufficient. Many preppers are well-acquainted with the concept, and thanks to an abundance of expert knowledge and insights to be found on the topic there are very few of us into prepping that don’t have a passable plan to …

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Do You Need More Than One Bug Out Bag?

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This question has plagued avid preppers since bug out bags began their popularity, and for a good reason. Should you pack more weight into one BOB, should you have multiple BOBs for different scenarios, should you skimp on some important items in order to lower your weight for one bug …

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Vehicle Camouflage for Preppers

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Throughout my time writing for Survival Sullivan, I’ve gotten many requests by fellow preppers to cover an important subject when it comes to bugging out: vehicle camouflage. While camouflaging your vehicle is not easy, it is possible with the right amount of patience and materials. Why camouflage your vehicle? The …

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Survival Hygiene on the Go

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There are a vast number of processes and systems in place to keep our dirt, trash, waste and debris centralized. Literally, armies of people whose job it is to clean up the mess of humanity. After a collapse those systems will come to a screeching halt. You need only look …

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How to Test your Bug Out Bag

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As a prepper, your bug out bag is the most vital piece of equipment you own. It’s your lifeline when SHTF, or in any disaster. This is why it’s very important to know your BOB, and what it’s capable of. A big mistake that many preppers make with their bug …

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