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PREPPER'S HOME DEFENSE: SECURITY STRATEGIES TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
Author: Jim Cobb
Publisher: PERSEUS / RUNNING PRESS, Oct 2012
A complete step-by-step plan for neutralizing threats from intruders & attackers after a catastrophic collapse. 6x9 inches, 224 pgs.
The power grid has been down for weeks. Floodwaters fill city streets. Earthquakes have reduced roadways to rubble. Civilization is breaking down and there?s nowhere to go. Don?t expect the National Guard to rush in to protect the city ? it?s every man, woman, and family for themselves. When looting, disorder, and anarchy sweep the land following a nightmare scenario, only those who have followed the action plan presented in this book will be armed with the tools and tactics needed to protect themselves and their property against destruction. From securing stored food, caching valuables, and stocking ammunition to building effective fencing, installing surveillance equipment, and training in the use firearms, this book is the most comprehensive, no-holds-barred guide to effectively saving the lives of one?s family members and ensuring the security of the home.
Even if one doesn?t own a house, Prepper?s Home Defense is a powerful survival tool for those trapped in a big city during a natural or man-made disaster, showing how even apartment- and condo-dwellers can survive for days without assistance and effectively use deadly force to protect themselves should the unthinkable unfold.
About the Author:
Jim Cobb is a disaster readiness expert. He has been a prepper for most of his life and has worked almost twenty years in the security management and investigation fields. Jim writes The Frugal Prepper column in Survivalist Magazine as well as a daily blog for SurvivalGear.com. Jim's primary home online is found at SurvivalWeekly.com. He lives and works in the Upper Midwest, sequestered in a fortified bunker with his lovely wife and their three kids.