2020 has taken a turn that many people didn’t see coming back in January. A pandemic kicked off an economic shutdown, which could eventually lead to a great depression. Preppers were much more prepared than their neighbors, and the community has grown by leaps and bounds now that Americans are viewing Prepping less as entertainment, and more as a responsible investment in their futures.
While most people know to stock up on nonperishable foods and a clean water source, as well as over-the-counter medications and toilet paper, many are lacking direction when it comes to the big . . .
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