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TOP 10 Prepper Items YOU WISH You Had!

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Atlas Survival Shelters

Rambo Bikes

Harvest Right Freeze Dryer

ATV Shaman

Earthroamer

Solarwave

Inkas APC

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Cooking Systems

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7 thoughts on “TOP 10 Prepper Items YOU WISH You Had!

  1. No offense intended, but if you put armor and turrets on a luxury solar powered boat of that size, your performance in the water is basically going right down the tubes. Bring your 50 cal for sure, but better leave the armor on the shore and beef up those emergency diesel engines instead.

  2. Have to have a permit to own an INKAS in Canada? Don’t you pretty much have to have a permit to own anything anymore in Canada? Don’t you need a permit to even take a shit anymore in Canada?

  3. 1. Private tropical Island
    2. 5 Super models
    3. 2000 Gallons of Vodka
    4. 40 Millimeter Chain gun
    5. 50,000 Rounds of Ammo.
    6. Fishing pole

  4. Most of this list is lone-wolfish… it will sell and appeal to the part of population that places faith on $$$ getting it done. For example: the Earthroamer I have seen in here in Alaska is going nowhere exclusive and seasonally for much of the state anywhere a typical 4×4 with reasonable off-road capability can handle w/ everyday familiarity, parts availability, prep and planning. If it comes to lone-wolfin’ it w/ power aplications… I’d rather have capable inflatable watercraft, single engine aircraft (floats/wheels/skis), and invest in skill-set with tools plus stabilized/uncontaminated fuels/lubricants/parts/etc. to maintain.

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