This ham radio/walkie-talkie packs a ton of capability into a small, affordable package that is a great tool to have in an emergency.
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The following prepper gear can help you survive a potential life-threatening situation the next time disaster (natural or man-made) strikes.
A terrorist attack, tornado or disabled vehicle could mean you're going nowhere soon. Do you have the gear and know-how to survive while remaining in place?
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A solar-powered battery that will fit in the palm of your hand? Sounds like a useful piece of gear to have on hand.
Streamlight's new The Siege lantern is available as part of Brownells Emergency & Survival Gear series, and can really help when you need to shed light on things.
Even if you think you may never need one, having a bag filled with supplies that you can grab at a moment's notice can make all the difference in an emergency.
When the stuff hits the fan and your family has to bug out, preparedness—and the right gear—will help keep you alive.