//E194: Election Freakout Purchases and other Prepper Questions

E194: Election Freakout Purchases and other Prepper Questions

2016 Election

In this episode, your listener questions will be answered. We’ll discuss hiding your peppers, self-defense options for those with poor eyesight, short barrel rifle questions, and probably one of the hardest questions any of you have ever asked me.

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Questions Answered:

  • What is the most overlooked survival prep you come across?
  • What skills do you practice most and what skills do you practice least?
  • What do you feel is the single survival skill you need the most but have the least experience?
  • What barrel length is best for 300 Blackout SBRs?
  • If you live in an apartment or small home, how do you store your preps and keep them secret from prying eyes? And how do you keep them organized in a concise space?
  • How can we get CERT (Fema’s Community Emergency Response Team) certified?
  • After the November 8 presidential election, what will run out quicker canned goods or bullets?
  • What are best home self-defense options for the legally blind?
  • What are your thoughts on James Wesley Rawles recent post on strategies for buying guns and ammo after the election?

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By | 2017-05-07T11:50:45+00:00 November 7th, 2016|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|2 Comments

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2 Comments

  1. Carlos C November 17, 2016 at 8:57 am - Reply

    I enjoyed the show. I live in a restricted space dwelling when it comes to prepping. I appreciated your tips and recommendations and also look forward to one of your guest to discuss an effective means of prepping in apartment/townhomes setting. Can you discuss in future show alternative means to access water source such as water pipe and means to suction it out with a suction generator pump and how much power. Distilling water options from lets say Bayou as a last result. Thanks. Keep up the great work!

  2. Greg Holz November 18, 2016 at 12:03 am - Reply

    I cringed at your answer to “What home self-defense options are best for the legally blind?” as it was off base.
    First, you need to understand what legal blindness is.

    Defintion… Legal blindness occurs when a person has central visual acuity (vision that allows a person to see straight ahead of them) of 20/200 or less in his or her better eye with correction.

    With 20/200 visual acuity, a person can see at 20 feet, what a you and I with 20/20 vision see at 200 feet. The DETAIL (facial expression, object in hand, etc) that you and I see at 20 feet, this legally blind person will see at 2 feet or so. Any malfunctions which you and I easily see at arm’s length are not easy for a visually challenged person to pick up on at that same distance.

    definition continued… In determining legal blindness, visual field (the part of a person’s vision that enables them to see what is happening to the side of them) is also considered. A visual field of 20 degrees or less is considered to be legally blind.

    For more simulations of vision loss, you can visit https://acbvi.org/Vision/slide1.html

    Once you understand the characteristics of their eyesight, then you can delve into the universal set of questions to help determine which firearm is best for them.

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