Category: AnAmericanHomestead

Jan 10

Security Essentials For Home & Office

Security is an issue that we frequently deal with. It may be protecting ourselves from muggers or preventing access to our electronic profiles, or countless other possibilities. It’s always a good idea to develop a plan to protect ourselves from intruders, but our belongings need protection too, both at work and at home. It is …

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Jan 08

The 8 Best Things about Kids Binoculars

Children have a wide range of activities to venture into during their growth and development this exposes them enabling them to choose what they are interested in. it also comes at with an educational advantage. Some of these activities involve outdoor activities. When it comes to outdoor activities, a pair of binoculars is an important …

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Jan 02

How to Properly Clean a Gun and Keep It useful

Most people don’t clean their guns properly. They buy too many products, clean too often, and over clean when they do clean.   If you’re one of those people, it’s time to set your rifle down and pay attention. Unless your daughter is walking in with her boyfriend, then, by all means, keep cleaning.   …

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Dec 20

How to Choose the Perfect Cooker for Camping?

Breakfast, lunch, or dinner – whatever you want to cook, now it is possible to prepare any meal far away from technical civilization. When the issue is cooking anything in the heart of nature, a perfect stove can give you the feel of home. But from a wide variety of types, is it difficult to choose …

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Dec 15

How to Transform Your Yard Into a Survival Garden

There are two kinds of preppers: those who plan to run for the hills and those who hope to stay put for as long as possible. If you are the latter kind, you’ve undoubtedly outfitted your home with every conceivable advantage, from security windows and doors to months-worth of shelf-safe foods. However, if you haven’t …

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Dec 11

An affordable Survival and Recreational Community

There are many types of Preppers, but most of us find that we don’t have enough time, skills, or money to be truly prepared on our own or with immediate family. Most people are better off joining a survival community with professional staff and a good facility—providing economies of scale with large numbers of members …

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Dec 10

Disaster Preparedness: Why It’s Important to Be Mentally Ready

In 1980, Mount St. Helens experienced a major volcanic eruption. More than 57 people were killed as a direct result of the eruption, which experts believe to be one of the most disastrous in United States history.   While the eruption itself was a dramatic and quick-moving event, it wasn’t without warning. In fact, for …

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Dec 09

The Hydra Light Product Review

I got word a water powered Flashlight was heading my way for a product review & immediately pictured a contraption with a propeller to dip in a running stream, or some penlight hooked up to a water bottle. Instead, I got the Hydra Light, a foot long, rubber-coated, yellow & black plastic cylinder, looking every inch …

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Dec 01

How to Create Your Own Home Defense Plan

Take a look at the news and newspapers and you will likely find a case of robbery and home invasion. In our minds, our homes are where we ought to feel the safest. Where we can relax from a tiring day with family. However, the reality of things is that you are not safe even …

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Nov 30

How to Create Your Own Home Defense Plan

Take a look at the news and newspapers and you will likely find a case of robbery and home invasion. In our minds, our homes are where we ought to feel the safest. Where we can relax from a tiring day with family. However, the reality of things is that you are not safe even …

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