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29 October, 2012

Considerations For Long Term Retreat or Homestead Security

Below you will find a snippet of and a link to the first in a 3-part series of articles by Max Velocity, whose book I recently reviewed and who was recently featured as a guest author here on Backwoods Survival Blog.
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Considerations For Long Term Retreat or Homestead Security - Survival Blog With A Family Focus: We cannot predict now exactly what conditions will look like after a collapse and as such I urge you not to make too many assumptions based on your particular idea of what such a post-SHTF situation will look like.

The purpose of this article is to give you the general principles and techniques of defending a location, which you can tailor and apply as necessary and appropriate.

It is best to adopt a mindset of flexibility and gather mental and physical knowledge and ‘tools’ in order to be able to develop your response and put some of these measures in place as you find them necessary and appropriate...


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