Tools To Survive Economic Collapse

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Here is another video from Wranglerstar in which he shares his recommendations for several tools that you my find yourself dependent upon if we have to survive Economic collapse. Most of this video is from the perspective of tools for cutting or managing firewood. If we do have a collapse, one of the first things you won’t have or most likely be able to afford is oil or gas to heat your home. In addition to heating, firewood will be necessary for cooking. If you have no tools to cut wood then this video can help you with some suggestions that you can add to your list of prepping supplies.

 

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