Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Wendesday's Websites of the Week - May 15th, 2019

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

There are many sources of information for you and your family to use in your quest to learn about prepping and its related skills. Some of them local, like the town's library or the adult education office at the local community college. Some may be regional, such as the county agriculture extension service office and a larger cities' art and history museums. On a national scale, information sources like a national library, national archives, or the nation's military is available to you and your family.

Additionally, ...

With the explosion of the internet, thirty years ago, other sources have opened up to you and your family. Sources such as blogs, videos, websites, and many others, and that is the reason for this Wednesday blurb, to provide new and old sources of information to you and your family from the internet.

So, ...

Mental Preparations

Leans ... Left (ca 2013)
photograph by
Robert Couse-Baker

As you know, I have lots to say to you and your family

But, ...

I don't say it on my family's vehicle, my family's home, or at my place of employment.


The Modern Survivalist

Emergency Evacuation Kit and Caches





Sailors and Marines assigned to
1st Battalion, 8th Marines, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division
eat lunch with an Afghan family in Helmand province, Afghanistan, (ca 2011)
photograph by
Lance Cpl. Glen Santy Close,
U.S. Marine Corps

It's the dead of winter. All you and your family have for fresh vegetables are some carrots, cabbage, and some onions.

What are you going to do?

Lifehacker: Skillet - Stop Making Bad Coleslaw

Safely Gathered In - Food Storage Friday: Fruit Pie

Food Storage Made Easy - 3 Pizza Dough Recipes

Food Storage Made Easy - Salsa, Chicken, and Black Bean Soup Recipe

Food Storage Made Easy - Shelf Stable Recipes: Soft Pretzels

Food Storage Made Easy - How to Make Ezekiel Bread



Several Rifles for sale at a gun show (ca 2015)
photograph by

For most families, you need two firearms, a handgun and a rifle. The handgun, either a revolver or a pistol, is used to protect your family, while the rifle is used to protect the country.

Well, ...

Some people are going to want another option, the shotgun.

Now, .. Don't get me wrong. I think a shotgun is a poor, a very poor, choice as a defensive weapon.

A shotgun is long, so it's tough to conceal. It has a strong recoil, so it's tough for everyone in the family to use. The shotgun has limited magazine capacity, so you have to reload it, a lot.

Survival Blog - Stevens Model 320 Security Shotgun, by Pat Cascio

Remington - Model 870 Shotgun

Mossberg - Series 500 Shotgun

Ithaca - Model 37 (Home Defense) Shotgun

Wikipedia - Benelli M3

Say Uncle
Needless to say, ...

Some people disagree with me ; - )

Say Uncle - Gun Porn

Say Uncle - Shotgun Noob part whatever: First range trip

Say Uncle - Shotgun noob stuff

Say Uncle - More shotgun noob






Power Production


Suggested Reading and Additional Resources

Shakespeare-szerkesztőmaraton résztvevői
(Budapest, Károlyi-palota (Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum) (ca 2015)
photograph by
Hujber Tünde at Hungarian Wikipedia

Active Response Training
A collection of articles, from around the intenet, about defensive firearms usage, personal protection, and other insights for you, your family, and friends..

Active Response Training - Weekend Knowledge Dump: May 10, 2019

Woodpile Report
A collection of articles, from around the world, about politics, prepping, and the coming tough times.

Woodpile Report - Issue 578

Digital Survival Books
With the advent of the internet, we are able to share books that are no longer in print, may be unique, or ... Difficult to obtain from your local library.

Archive - Ragnar Benson: The Survival Nurse

Military Manuals
These United States military is responsible for the defense of this nation, so they train our Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Guardians, and Soldiers in many different skills and occupations. Skills that you and your family can use to survive the tough times ahead.


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