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Prepper’s Survival Hacks

9781612434964_01-1Prepper’s Survival Hacks

50 DIY Projects for Lifesaving Gear, Gadgets and Kits
By Jim Cobb
 Most people think of preppers as worriers with over active imaginations. Thinking the worst about every circumstance. This is not the case in most situations. You never know when disaster might strike. I am not talking about the zombie apocalypse. I am talking about the little things that just happen that can interrupt our normal way of life. A simple bought of no electricity for a week could throw your whole world off kilter if you do not know what to do. No electricity from a storm means that you cannot buy gas for your car, grocery shop, use your heater or air conditioner etc… If you need some help learning some basic survival skills I found the book for you.
 “Prepper’s Survival Hacks” is a great book describing numerous survival techniques. Author Jim Cobb gives the reader some very valuable information that will aid you in many of life’s common disasters. There are 50 DIY projects for your family to learn in this must have guide.

Publisher’s Description:

A step-by-step guide featuring easy-to-follow picture tutorials on how to build your own DIY survival projects from one of the prepping movement’s most prolific authors
Author Jim Cobb has taught readers how to fortify their homes, survive for weeks without electricity and prepare themselves financially for years of economic turmoil. Now he turns to some of his favorite DIY projects to teach his thousands of fans how to create cheap, easy and ingenious tools to help survive any natural disaster. Using step-by-step black and white photographs, Cobb shows how to turn a couple of plastic fast food straws and dryer lint into a 100% waterproof and incredibly easy to use fire starter. In another DIY project, he shows readers how a few boards and an old storm window can be turned into a simply cold frame greenhouse that can be used to extend a garden’s growing season. Down and dirty survival techniques teach readers how a couple of plastic soda bottles and an old credit card can easily become the world’s smallest fishing kit. Have a couple keys from an apartment vacated long ago? Cobb shows how they can easily become makeshift arrowheads. He also explains how to turn an old hardcover book into a hidden safe for small valuables and cash. Prepper’s Survival Hacks is filled to the brim with intriguing, fun and innovative projects to secure any home.

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