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The uncertainty of a SHTF situation is what we all fear as survivalists.
Sure, we can be as prepared as we can be, stocked up on essential food supplies, water, defense, etc, but what if it’s different than we forecasted? Will we still be able to figure it out when the time comes?
Or what happens if you get a number of extra people or family members that just show up at your bug-in location, expecting to be taken care of. The moral thing to do would be take them in and hopefully make them useful.
But how do you share a lifetime of knowledge and vital skillsets with someone who is only accustomed to just “Googling it”?
That’s one of the things that most survivalists aren’t fully thinking through or prepared for, and it should absolutely scare the crap out of them.
That fact keeps me up at night.
But that’s exactly why we here at Backdoor Survival want to make sure that you have the information that not only you need to “figure it out” when the time comes, but that your family or any other unprepared person has the peace of mind of having a backup.
If you were to print this off, it’d weigh over 40 pounds, and probably need a wheelbarrow to transport. This USB drive is only 4oz, can fit in any bug-out bag, and will be at-hand whenever you need to know anything else.
Each Lifeline drive is shipped in an EMP-proof, signal-blocking case to protect it from any signals (BlueTooth, WiFi, cell, Satellite, and electromagnetic). Large enough to add a cell phone, this case can protect your device from EMP attack.
Covering every subject imaginable, these 1,711 articles (over 3,740 printed 8x11” pages) from survival experts can teach you just about anything you’ll need to know to survive. Also the ultimate primer for those who didn’t prepare.
We get lots of requests to print it all off for access, but not only would that be hundreds of dollars in just printing costs, but it would also weigh in at over 40 pounds, and most likely require its own wheelbarrow to transport.
If SHTF, there’s a good chance there will be no internet access or “Googling” something to figure it out. But if you have a mobile device or laptop, and hopefully a solar charger or battery bank, you can access all of this information anytime you need.
How much is knowing you’re prepared worth? How about knowing that your loved ones have what they need to “figure it out” in case something happens to you, and you aren’t there to educate and provide for? To me, that’s invaluable.