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File: ad758e26cf4e421⋯.jpg (38.69 KB, 600x567, 200:189, 1531862555639.jpg)

 No.43

WIP

Come here for a nice comfy fireside discussion about getting ready for the end.

PDFs

BOOKs

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 No.49

At exactly this moment, you realize the shit has hit the fan. What are your immediate priorities? Priorities for the first week, and the first month? List in order as best you can


 No.57

>>49

Y'all are a bunch of LARPers. Admit it, if shit were to hit the fan you'd be fucked.


 No.58

File: 5a96107b68d0d94⋯.jpg (52.64 KB, 640x480, 4:3, d3fc431982c30236068cae0dc4….jpg)

>>49

Yeah, judging by the state of your pdf and book list, I'd say you guys are fucked six ways to Sunday.


 No.59

>>58

Enlighten me. What changes would you make?


 No.60

>>57

Probably. But so would you, faggot


 No.61

>>60

What's the point of this thread if you openly admit that you'd be fucked in an emergency scenario? Get your shit together and start making plans, acquiring supplies, etc.


 No.62

File: 59f792961016a6c⋯.png (36.52 KB, 396x400, 99:100, 1498186738267.png)

>>49

Context matters. Are we talking about your typical natural disaster or 2070 race riots. Best general course of action would be to take the bug out bag and move out of a high density population area if you're in one. Preferably where it is high and dry.

First week priority would be to figure out your Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns as well as laying out plans and organizing with others.

First Month depends heavily context again, Natural disaster don't last that long. Pick up what's left would be a good idea.


 No.63

>>57

>>58

Have fun dying with the herd.


 No.64

>>62

>2070 Race Riots

Very funny Sam.

But in all seriousness, that's some good advice. Context is super important and you have to make sure that you have your basics covered. Having a general plan which is flexible will serve you far better than trying to figure everything out beforehand. As they say, "no plan survives first contact with the enemy."


 No.69

>>61

Ruh roh, you’re pretty gay. May your puckered anus be forcibly penetrated by a throbbing negroid phallus.


 No.70

>>57

>>58

Why does prepping trigger faggots so hard?

It's like the mere concept of thinking ahead and trying to mitigate potential problems causes more anal anguish than calling them niggers or NPCs.


 No.71

>>70

>thinking ahead

Stop it Patrick, you’re scaring him


 No.106

File: 0703f6ed1367859⋯.jpg (773.5 KB, 2000x1339, 2000:1339, 7A_-_ALICEpack.jpg)

Info dump coming. Gotta find the good old hard drive.


 No.107

>>106

nice pack, would you just use the tarp as ground cover when sleeping?


 No.110

>>107

You can, unless your tent comes with a ground cover. Tarps are pretty universally useful though.


 No.111

>>110

ok, i saw on 4chans /k/ or /out/ once someone mentioning something about this either russian or slavic, I don't want to say parka but it was like an alternative to a sleeping bag that you can wear, do you have any idea what i could be thinking of? I want to like describe it maybe as a cloak.


 No.112

File: 35bea91aa90591e⋯.jpg (148.7 KB, 723x1023, 241:341, f3c8965e37c615242fc5600698….jpg)

>>107

Tarps are a useful multi-purpose pieces of kit. They can be used to make a number of different shelters, protect against the rain, carry shit, the list goes on. Cheap blue ones are great just to have but if you're a /k/ommando grab a USGI poncho tarp.


 No.113

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>>111

Was this what you had in mind?

In all seriousness though, I think I've heard of such things but I can't provide any specific information about them.


 No.114

>>113

kek nice meme, let me see if i can find a picter of it or something


 No.115

File: cfe2a6fe0de0379⋯.jpg (667.32 KB, 2046x2046, 1:1, mar22ko1nmsy.jpg)

>>111

Plash Palatkas are cool and well made, but more of a meme then anything. They're quite pricey especially when you can grab a nice modern western sleeping bag for the same or less.


 No.116

File: cfd3104c38aa864⋯.jpg (34.64 KB, 600x600, 1:1, russian-khaki-shelter-half.jpg)

>>115

ok i think i found it, its called like a khaki shelter half


 No.210

In a scenario of indefinite length, sustainability is obviously key. Backyard farms and gardens can be useful. Livestock is a more complicated issue because they require a fair amount of food and water. Also remember to factor in the water needed for the crops that feed the livestock. However, cows can be used for milk/cheese/butter as well as for their meat and hides, and for labor (pulling plows, etc)

Any thoughts on the best types of crops and/or livestock?


 No.211

File: 77bfa56051808d2⋯.jpg (731.63 KB, 900x2793, 300:931, backyard_farm.jpg)


 No.221

>>211

Good info. Realistically, you’d probably need to grow much more than this to account for losses (animals, theft, environmental factors), but this is a nice reference


 No.222

>>211

That's pretty good


 No.231

File: b884241414e74fe⋯.png (1.1 KB, 153x113, 153:113, naagGvF.png)

>>210

>>211

Realistically speaking one of the most important preps that you can get now and for cheap is food. The pro-strat is to stock up on is white rice and beans. You can get them for cheap, they can be storied away for a long time, and can sufficiently feed people for a period of time. The rice and beans can be supplemented with canned foods for additional nutrition.

https://modernsurvivalblog.com/survival-kitchen/rice-and-beans-a-survival-combination/

Another thing which is quite common in Eastern Europe after WWII was that households would hoard salt. It's vital to human life and very valuable when shit goes under. My grandparents still prep salt.


 No.239

File: 3a9a97138ebb0f1⋯.pdf (1.56 MB, Bushcraft (Canadian Scout ….pdf)

A good basic bushcrafting handbook. Hits some but not all fundamentals.


 No.246

File: be8c5fbc7a428ec⋯.pdf (11.23 MB, AnAxetoGrind.pdf)

This is the Axe bible nothing more and nothing less. If you live in or near woodland, an axe is an excellent investment. Look for Heirloom axe heads at flea markets, eBay, and garage sales as modern axes are either overpriced or crap. This pdf and the internet can help with the rest.


 No.365

Knife recommendations?


 No.370

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File: 36d0759cf407bfe⋯.jpg (8.63 KB, 425x324, 425:324, 81TEoxUBP9L._SX425_.jpg)

>>365

Just get a mora knife starting out. It's cheap, sharp, and good to learn skills with.


 No.397

Have any of you droogs found anything good at a military surplus store? Tell us about it, where should we look?


 No.438

>>397

>tfw to poor to buy military stuff


 No.442

File: 01be03040c7fe6f⋯.jpg (40.65 KB, 480x703, 480:703, 697e7647dfeeb8983794bb6485….jpg)

>>397

Military Surps are more often then not relatively shit. Given the fact we live in the internet age, you can get nearly anything you want online for cheaper. They're still fun to go too, but not worthy of too much attention for (((prepping)))


 No.449

One of the best preps for the future is getting /fit/. Lazy slobs who fail now will be naturally selected out if something big happens. Every aspect of your life will be improved and you'll be in a better position to stand against the untermensch and bad situations


 No.474

>>449

This.

hit the gym guys, no, you don't even need the gym. Go for walks, hikes, runs in your neighborhood. Start biking to work, just stay active and healthy. It is the best prepping possible.


 No.520

File: cb1293c2cceb3a9⋯.jpg (195.77 KB, 1118x710, 559:355, cb1.jpg)

>>474

Cardio is critically important, but gaining some lean mass is as well. Going from a twinkboi to an onion man is a pretty big jump in performance and the transition can occur relatively quickly with proper training.


 No.524

>>520

it should be a combination. In the case of prepping, your running speed would not exactly be the most important thing if you can't carry a very heavy backpack uphill. but yes cardio is extremely important


 No.526

also while we are at it, why don't we post any recipes we can find for like long lasting food we can make ourselves


 No.527

File: ce5c48c0f52fd11⋯.png (19.68 KB, 825x248, 825:248, hardtack.PNG)

here is a recipe for hardtack


 No.528

>>527

Hard tack is good due to its ability to last a long time, but that's about all it's good for. There's very little nutrition there, I mean, it's better than nothing, but it's still not great. I've made it before, and it's pretty unpleasant. You also have to make sure the storage area is dry or it will still go bad. There are better foods out there.


 No.529

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Pemmican is a much better survival food by far. Admittedly, it is harder to make, so in a total survival scenario it might not be as easy to come by. Here's the first of a four part video series about it and how it's made.


 No.530

>>529

is it possible to write our a quick recipe, I would like to save it for easy access, also thanks for the video

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 No.531

File: 487a1fa8d5cd23a⋯.pdf (1.37 MB, PEMMICAN.pdf)

>>530

Here's a pdf I found. It's pretty lengthy and goes into probably way too much detail, but it's still useful.


 No.532

>>531

thank you droog


 No.575

droogs, for medical supplies, what would you carry? I am not talking about fully loaded medical bags but like small supplies that are still useful


 No.576

File: 385a0d7feddd31e⋯.jpg (106.06 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, IFAK.jpg)

File: 2b25e2798987ea9⋯.jpg (5.66 MB, 2767x3458, 2767:3458, First aid thing.jpg)

>>575

A basic first aid kit should have: antiseptics/antibiotic ointment, gloves, a variety bandages, a line of gauze, emergency scissors, instant cold packs, a collection of the WHO Essential Medicines (such as asprin and antihistamines or medicines you need if you have a condition such as insulin for diabetes). An interesting idea would be to print out an infographic and laminate it to provide some instruction as well. If you want to go full /k/ they you can get an IFAK full of supplies that deal with basic combat injuries. They are available for purchase as a set, but it's cheaper to just buy the components and make your own. I suggest looking into Army Ranger first aid training for an interesting mindset into trauma first aid. Learn basic first aid then build your own kit, it'll put you ahead of the normie sheep.

https://www.benning.army.mil/tenant/75thranger/Medical-Training.html




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