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Shelter in Place

Thursday, 14 August 2014 01:00 Written by
Published in Getting Started
Certain types of events, such as chemical accidents and terrorist attacks, may make going outdoors dangerous. Likewise, you may want to limit the outdoor environment from entering your home. Shelter in Place is the act of taking immediate refuge, whether it is at your home, work, or vehicle, and limiting…

Perimeter Security: Trip Wire Alarms (Part IV)

Tuesday, 23 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Shelter
In previous discussions, we’ve talked about encouraging an intruder to a specific area where he can be observed, and how we’re going to slow him down once he gets to the gaps we’ve created. At this point, according to the laid-out plan in parts I-III, you’re going to hit the…

Perimeter Security: Stumble Wire (Part III)

Saturday, 20 July 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Shelter
In an earlier article, we discussed setting up multi-purpose fencing in various sized yards. In that fencing, whether a typical fence or an edible hedgerow, whether you make one exterior fence or two, you’re going to leave breaks and gaps where they can be observed. These breaks are where the…

Perimeter Security: Multi-Layered Fencing and Alerts (Part II)

Thursday, 23 May 2013 03:00 Written by
Published in Shelter
There are a lot of things that can be done to improve existing security around a home. Some of it can be done now without garnering the wrath of neighbors and the Home Owners Association (HOA). However, further hardening the perimeter will probably have to wait. Ideally, we would all…

Perimeter Security: Berry Brambles (Part 1)

Tuesday, 16 April 2013 00:00 Written by
Published in Shelter
There are a lot of options when it comes to securing your home in a grid-down situation. However, all of these options are not feasible now; due to homeowners associations and potential law suits if neighborhood children accidently infiltrate your perimeter. However, there are some things even suburbanites and city…

Emergency Lighting System (ELS)

Friday, 04 January 2013 23:59 Written by
Published in Alternative Energy
The Emergency Lighting System (ELS) was designed to provide a valued Prepper Link member with a lighting system that can be remotely activated, that utilizes energy efficient lights, and provides a “base” solar power system. Additionally, the system was designed so the user can add more components over time. When…
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