Preppers are always looking to learn additional skills and methods for survival. In some cases knowledge comes from reading prepper blogs like the Prepper Journal. Other times, you can obtain training from reputable instructors in disciplines like self-defense, weapons training and first aid. Yet another source that many people use are books.
Books are a great prepper resource in my opinion that you shouldn’t neglect as part of your prepping efforts. They might not replace skills you can acquire by other means, but they are something that you may be able to fall back on as a source of information. I recommend keeping a wide range of books in your own prepping library to use in the case that the glorious internet isn’t available. With printed material, you can see obtain knowledge without Google.
While the internet is still running though, there are hundreds of great survival manuals available for the download. Many preppers have binders full of these free manuals that they have downloaded and printed out. I was able to pull a fairly large list of survival manuals, first aid manuals and homesteading topics for your information. You can use all of these links to build your knowledge and enhance your own survival library. If you have any other links please let me know and I can add those in.
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