5 situations that can ruin your survival plan

John Brown

John Brown is a former Navy officer and a prepper since the 1970s. Those days during the Cold War made him look for survival options and prepare for any type of SHTF scenario. Now he teaches prepping and he’s decided to retreat in the Colorado Rockies. He learns more and more about natural disasters and how to live off the grid.

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  1. 06/28/2018

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  2. 06/28/2018

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  3. 07/02/2018

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