A book for practical preppers (those planning for emergencies or disasters). Discusses food storage, water purification and collection, sanitation, first-aid, bug-out bags, bug-out vehicles, home and self-defense, firearms and shooting, providing lights and utilities, and aspects of home construction. -- AUTHOR BIO Charlie Palmer became a prepper back in the early 1980s when he first read The Survivor newsletter. Today he recommends people make modest preparations for natural disasters and other emergencies. His interests include do-it-yourself repairs, shooting, welding, machining, and outdoor survivial.A 10, 000 BTU air conditioner running at 115 volts and drawing 9.2 amps uses about 1, 060 watts. You can search your appliances for metal tags or stickers which will tell you how many watts and how many amps they draw. Our refrigerator/anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Prepper Next Door|
|Publisher||:||HCM Publishing - 2012|