Tools every prepper should have. SHTF Preps and survival supplies.

Just some items I was thinking you should have. SHTF preps and survival supplies.

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  1. Bear Cat
    Bear Cat 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Good video! Lots of good information. Your idea that 'everybody should have these' is a new one to me; I always thought that every able-bodied man (and woman!) would already have these things. But then I think of my own neighbors here in Suburbia… who don't know what most of these things are for… sigh… never mind… and they think I'M weird…?

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  2. liviu bardel
    liviu bardel 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    how about condoms for protection from std.?
    i have never see a preper guy stoking condoms.

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  3. uscgalpha91
    uscgalpha91 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Got all the tools you have at garage and estate sales for $2-$5 bucks each. Some for $1.  Great point about the file to sharpen the axe. Harbor freight if you must pay retail. 
    I cleaned up a small rusty Estwing that I paid $2 for with a little steel wool and oil. A few turns with a file and its good to go and I keep it in my vehicle. I also picked up a 4 and 5 lb wood spliter for a couple of buck as well. 
    Most garage sales in newer subdivisions have these tool left over from a gardening project with very little wear. 
    Preppers should hunt for gear in the better neighborhoods and save a fortune

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  4. Ms.Docileone
    Ms.Docileone 23 June, 2016, 21:07


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  5. sphynxboy2006
    sphynxboy2006 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Thank god…..a short prepper video! I learned what I needed to learn without having to watch a 30 f*cking minute movie.

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  6. Nik Keel
    Nik Keel 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Thank god. Something fucking useful. In the suggested videos alone there's three over paranoid fucks making overly bold claims either to get views or to be a drama queen. Meanwhile, this fine fellow calmly tells us some useful tools. Fucking thanks you. 

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  7. rachelle abubo
    rachelle abubo 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    all replaced by a  ak-47

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  8. John Latsch
    John Latsch 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Good tools to have around. But one thing I noticed is most people agree on having a knife a hatchet or an axe. But no one mentions having files or sharpening stones. And no one mentions tools. Pliers screw drivers and such. To repair the things you have and to scavenge parts or build stuff you need. 

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  9. Rail Splitter
    Rail Splitter 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    good idea…

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  10. RDLONG30
    RDLONG30 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    One thing I use A LOT more than the others is a machete.
    80-20 rule.

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  11. usfreedom22
    usfreedom22 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    These tools are not for carrying around they are for your home. Why does everyone think you would carry these with you. You couldnt carry all of these tools very far on foot. I dont know what is worse, the fact that people think I would not no this or the fact they feel the need to tell someone. If you would need to tell someone that these tool would not be good for bugging out then they are hopeless. Its video is not about bugging out.

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  12. usfreedom22
    usfreedom22 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    These tools are not for carrying around, they are tools you should have in your home

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  13. grandcapri
    grandcapri 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    eastonk has a good point. More compact items are necessary to carry on the move. Like a Fubar as Nikolas Miller suggested, a break down bow with plenty of arrows. A small pocket tool such as a Gerber, a large knife or small sword in a sheath. Maybe a small hand saw or hack saw with extra or various blades. A roofing hammer, (the kind with a hatchet on one end, lots of zip-lock baggies with matches and lighters.

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  14. Bill McFarlane
    Bill McFarlane 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Don't carry that stuff in the trunk of your car. Any nics at all in the paint and police can arrest you for possesion of break and enter tools.

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  15. Nikolas Miller
    Nikolas Miller 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Where the fuck is your Fubar. Get yourself a Stanley Fubar. 18inch.

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  16. Bob Thunder
    Bob Thunder 23 June, 2016, 21:07
  17. Sharni Steel
    Sharni Steel 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Carrying most of these tools im your car in melbourne, australia will get you arrested and charged with "going equiped to steal".

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  18. eastonk
    eastonk 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    have you come up with any clever ways to store and transport these? say u live in an apartment (no garage or shed) and need to quickly take them and get out of dodge…

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  19. justcurioustexas
    justcurioustexas 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    These are things I did not think about, I am glad I found this video. Better late than never

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  20. SCprepper001
    SCprepper001 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Why would somebody dislike this video? lol. Stupid I guess some people just enjoy being a s s holes. Great video thanks.

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  21. usfreedom22
    usfreedom22 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Me to, I used my hammer to open the door of a car that was in a bad accident. thanks

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  22. Saul Panzer
    Saul Panzer 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Good advice, Years ago I was able to help extract a woman and her infant from a car because I as carrying a crow bar and sledge in my trunk.

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  23. John Doe
    John Doe 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Chernobyl, 3 mile island, etc,

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  24. John Doe
    John Doe 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Dont worry, Obama will save you!!

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  25. John Doe
    John Doe 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    for removing locks, the sledge and crowbar will deal with chains. the axe or sledge can both be used for internal lock doors. With a little creativity, With a little creativity, you could get rid of the lopper and bolt cutter easily.

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  26. Brian Maykrantz
    Brian Maykrantz 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    WTF? Aliens and Nuke Plants? You're insane…

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  27. Brian Maykrantz
    Brian Maykrantz 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    RUN and HIDE AMERICA! The white people are NOT the majority anymore. BRICK WALLS IN FRONT OF YOUR HOUSE!!!!!! LOCKED AND LOADED GUNS IN EVERY ROOM!!!!!! Preppers are fucking LOONY, paranoid, and lack social skills. Getting along with your fellow MAN (you know-family, friends, neighbors) is the key to survival. Not hoarding shit…….

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  28. MMAh00lligan
    MMAh00lligan 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    ok so you say that based on what exactly, mr.?

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  29. B-Rad585
    B-Rad585 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Forgot about some of those things in my garage. Good items for bugging IN also.

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  30. usmcshoey1
    usmcshoey1 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Prepping does not mean bugging out. 9 times outa 10 bugging out is the wrong thing to do.

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  31. mmmbbqq
    mmmbbqq 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Keep a crowbar in your trunk – could help someone trapped in a burning car, etc.

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  32. aticreeper
    aticreeper 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    i agree, bugging out is the stupidist thing, also i cut through a railroad spike like butter with bolt cutters

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  33. usfreedom22
    usfreedom22 23 June, 2016, 21:07

    Thank you. I dont understand why everyone thinks Buging Out is the best plan. Who is to say it is better anywhere else.

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