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If there was a prepper magazine available, that had articles on self-sufficiency, firearms, financial tips, etc. would you be interested in subscribing to it?
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there is one out there, its called backwoods home magazine, and they have another new magazine out for preppers and survivalist, but i cant remember the name, and they have one called Backwoodsman, it covers old time outdoors skills
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Lots of sites on the net. I am sure there are more.

http://www.survivaltop50.com/
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years ago the was a couple one was called, I think survivalist guide. not around any more
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I guess I should've done some research on the market before I posted then. s
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There is a great one already out there:

http://www.backwoodsmanmag.com/

Love it! I voted yes BTW.
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I subscripe to a couple of periodical magazines, plus I pick up one that is once a year.

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would it change anybodys answer if I said the magazine would cater to Urban Preppers specifically?
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would it change anybodys answer if I said the magazine would cater to Urban Preppers specifically?
You would end up limiting your readership that way.
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I don't subscribe to magazines, so I wouldn't but if it was available as an online publication I would consider it. Would have to see the quality of the work and if the contributers were knowledgeable though.
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You would end up limiting your readership that way.
True but my thinking is that by limiting the scope of the subject matter, more urban preppers would be interested. Now I've never looked through the other survival magazines, but I assume the appeal more to people with land or more resources and space than the average city dweller. I am going to look through those magazines to see if I am right this week.
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I would subscribe any way. I prefer hard copy so when the power is out I have reading material. In real surf situation I have referance material.
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Survivalist .... year old now ..... my opinion it's getting better with every issue ......they claim to be selling out every issue .... doing some kind of promotional re-issue of #1

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