Bugging In or Bugging Out?

  • by Robert Paine
  • Narrated by Don Baarns
  • 1 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When disaster strikes, are you going to hunker down or hit the road?
If you are new to prepping or being a Survivalist, deciding whether you should stay put or seek shelter somewhere else can seem like a big task. It’s hard to know where you and your family will be safest.
However, if you start planning now and you figure out whether you’ll bug in or bug out, you’ll be much better off than about 99 percent of the population.
A Bug Out Bag is designed to get you out of an emergency situation and allow you to survive self-contained for up to three days. On the other hand, Bugging In requires you to fortify your home and store enough food and supplies to get you through an undetermined amount of time. Both have their pros and cons and it’s important to choose the right one for you and your family.
In Bugging In or Bugging Out, you will learn:

The main differences between Bugging In and Bugging Out
How to pack a Bug Out Bag for each member of your family, without going overboard
How to fortify your home and yourself for ultimate safety and protection
Tips and Tricks for deciding which method is right for you
And much, much more!
Survivors are a unique group of people. Some people call us Survivalists, Doomsday Preppers, or Patriots. You may not consider yourself any of those things. Whatever you may want to call yourself, if you're reading this, you are on the first step to helping your family becoming an Emergency Prepared Survivors.
Welcome to Bugging In or Bugging Out.


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Bugging In Or Bugging Out is a nice book to help newcomers or intetested family and friends understand the Prepper lifestyle.
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- Brian D. Hawkins

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-20-2014
  • Publisher: Our Pack Press