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Modern Minuteman – Big-time Basics

Beyond individual and small-group home, property, and self-defense, we increasingly hear a call for citizens to stand up as modern minutemen. The term is...

Small Animal & Livestock Euthanasia on the Homestead – What You Need To Know

Editor's Note: Sometimes, when reading the archives of the site I find some amazing posts that merit exposure to the current generation of Preppers...

How To Set Up An Observation Post

Editors Note: A guest contribution from David Chandler to The Prepper Journal. One of the many things the Army has taught me is the importance...

LuminAID Solar Inflatable Light

  • Solar Powered with rechargeable battery
  • Inflatable and buoyant 
  • Waterproof housing
  • Flat pack design when not in use
  • 10,000+ hour lifetime
  • Dual Mode LED with high/low settings
  • Can hold a charge for up to 1 year in storage
  • Ultra-lightweight and portable
Dimensions: (Flat Packed) – 5” L x 3” W x .75” H   (Inflated) 11” L x 7” W x 4” H 
Weight: 2.9oz 
Lumens: High – 35 lm ; Low – 20 lm
Runtime: Max 10 hr on High   Max 16 hr on Low
Charge time: 6-7 hours

Seeding Indoors Now For Your Spring Garden

Editors Note: Another timely contribution from Cat Murphy to The Prepper Journal. Spring may seem like its eons away, but it will be here before...

Wavian NATO Jerry Can – Blue Only!

  • Made from 0.9mm pickled steel
  • To prevent internal rusting, all cans are lined with petrol resistant alkyd-ammonia based paint – 100% safe from flaking.
  • External powder coating gives anti-corrosion protection and a smooth finish.
  • The unique wide channel breather enables ‘glug’ and splash free pouring – Our 20 Litre Cans can empty in 25 seconds!
  • Strip welding ensures handle strength.
  • Robust Triple Handle.
  • Special holes drilled in the handle enables our pouring spouts to be attached.
  • Bayonet closure is completely leak proof with the can in any position.
  • UN number approval certifies compliance with Dangerous Goods Transportation Regualtions.
  • Date stamp on cap – shows year/month of production.
  • Internationally Patented Locking Pin gives additional security against accidental opening of the can.

There Are Some Treasures in Cyberspace if You Look

There is a popular meme that states "the best place to hide a body is on Page 2 of a Google Search results" and...

Raised Beds – Pro-Con Fact -check

Before we get started, I want to say that I’m a huge fan of permanent and raised beds. They don’t need any exaggerations to...

The Spring Thaw and How to Prepare for a Flood

As the snow falls and the drifts get higher, we are all familiar with the approaching seasonal end-game - even Punxsutawney Phil has stated...

Pack RAPID Emergency Personal Injury Kit (EPIK) | Designed for your bag or backpack

The Prepper Journal's Pack RAPID EPIK includes Celox Rapid Z-fold hemostatic gauze which is designed to save time in packing and compression when applied to a...

Pocket EPIK

The Prepper Journal's Pocket EPIK is our smallest medical kit designed to handle severe bleeding wounds. Ideally sized to fit in the cargo or back pocket on...

Mini IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)

The Prepper Journal's Mini IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) is specifically designed to be compact and complete, the right take-along when space is critical. In...

Tactical EPIK (Emergency Personal Injury Kit)

Tactical EPIK contents: 1 x Hemostatic Agent (QuikClot or Celox depending on availability) 1 x pair Foxseal Chest Seals 1 x H&H Thin H Emergency Bandage 1 x H&H PriMed Compressed Gauze 1 x Trauma Shears 1 x Compressed Bandage 1 x Waterproof Medical Tape 1 x NAR Bear Claw Gloves (Large) 1 x Tactical MOLLE EPIK Pouch with medical patch. Tourniquet Options:
  • SWAT-T (Stretch Wrap And Tuck Tourniquet) (Default)
  • SOF Wide Tourniquet (Black or Orange) +$45
  • Combat Applicaiton Tourniquet (C-A-T) +$45

The Quick Detach and Deploy (QDD) IFAK

The Prepper Journal offers a step-forward with the Quick Detach and Deploy (QDD) IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit), another product of AR500 Armor® which...

Sprouts for Preppers

Sprouts can be a great solution for preppers at all levels, as well as our animals. They can be had and done in a...

Practical Preps: Backyard Projects Big and Small

Dead of winter or height of summer, there are some relatively quick, easy, and commonly inexpensive projects we can tackle right in our own...

Prepping Gone a Little Mad

The end of the complacent world where others control their fate is staring the United Kingdom in the face and the stories of their leap...

Gardening Without A Garden: 10 Ideas For Your Patio or Balcony

Editor's Note: A guest contribution to The Prepper Journal from Wendy Dessler. People who live in urban areas may never consider planting vegetables. The need...

Identify These 5 Physical Injuries Before Giving First Aid

Editor's Note: A contribution for Caitlyn Bell to The Prepper Journal. Injuries are a part of life! Adventure and injuries are two sides off the...

Social Distancing: A Prepping Basic

So exactly what is ‘social distance’? It you ask the professionals in the Public Health sector, it means keeping your distance when you are sick...

Canning Jars – Versatility Via Variety

Editors Note: Another guest contribution from R. Ann Parris to The Prepper Journal. Size ultimately does matter. If you have information for Preppers that you would like to...

Short On Prepping Space

I think most of us, regardless of our situation, periodically wish we had a little more elbow room. For some, though, available space is...

Prepper Must-Haves: Cardboard Boxes

The humble cardboard box can save us time, money, and labor in all sorts of ways. Especially starting out or if budgets are tight,...

A Little History Learned Can Be a Preppers Best Friend

As preppers we are always planning, sowing, like the ants as opposed to the grasshoppers of urban lore. And having grown up in the formerly...

Have You Made an Area Threat/Asset Map?

Have you ever taken a map, a paper one, marked your home's location and gone through it with great care and made an area...

No-Buy & Pantry-Only Challenges

Editors Note: Another guest contribution from R. Ann Parris to The Prepper Journal. A timely subject with so many of those who serve us daily having to forgo...

Market Garden Strategies for Survival Gardens

Preppers can reap some big rewards by applying some of the habits of successful market gardeners and small farmers to our home gardens. See, they...

Skip the Shovel – Easy-Access Outdoor Caches

Having a cache isn’t a bad idea for all sorts of reasons. Even if we don’t plan to bug out anywhere, we can easily...

Training a Dog to Alert Without A Bark

Editors Note: A guest contribution from Alex to The Prepper Journal. There is an upside of having a dog alert you and a downside. While...

So How’s 2019 Shaping Up for Hawaii’s Big Island?

This is a disturbing video from this year, in fact this week, in fact yesterday! Well, not really, it is just labeled that way...