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  1. Urban Survival
    My younger brother is brother is moving over from Australia to New York to study. He got a scholarship to NYU and we are really excited, but being a prepper I now that if the SHTF in New York it will be difficult to survive.He is living in a flat (apartment) in midtown manhattan with a room...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I turned 17 about 3 months ago, started prepping 5 months ago. When I told my mom I wanted to start prepping for the family, she's basically has given me full responsibility when it comes to prepping, I even have a monthly budget to work with. I have my closet to work with (which is a tiny walk...
  3. Urban Survival
    Hi Everyone, I'm very new to prepping and I'm finding the sources of information online to be overwhelming. I'm looking for tips on where to start. What should my priorities be in order to get prepared for SHTF, ASAP? I have limited time and money and any input regarding where to spend these...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in a small city in an apartment. I have no fireplace. In a long term power failure in wintertime, is there any way I can survive the cold? this is electric heat so if there was a long term power failure what could I do? right now its -22 C, which is about -7 F I think. I turned the heat...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Things I have slowly accumulated since moving in apx one year ago... 100$+ Worth of canned food. Now have between 4-6 5 gallon jugs of distilled & sealed water in the apt. at any given time. Two N95 face masks. Several powerful LED flashlights with extra batteries. Shotgun & a shoebox full...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Many of us in here probably live in apartments. My apartment is in a small town of about 500 a short trip from a decent size large city. My apartment is not tiny but is only about 750 sq ft. What I would like to know is the tips and tricks for survival preps in an apartment. Heating, food...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in an apartment in Knoxville, TN. I have a couple of concerns that I would like to address on here and receive some feedback. 1) My storage capacity for food is rather limited. I have food stored in multiple places throughout the apartment (under the bed, closets, etc.) I am not able to...
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