Don’t be a prepper without it.
What’s the point of being a prepper if you can’t have all the guns? This blog will show you how to get started with prepping on a budget. I’ll list some tips and tricks so that you can be prepared for whatever may come your way.
I don’t know about y’all, but after watching The Walking Dead, I’m starting to feel pretty unprepared for any zombie apocalypse-type event. With all those poor souls wandering around not knowing they’re zombies until it’s too late–well, let me tell ya: It ain’t gonna be pretty! So I’ve been doing some research on what it would take to become more prepared in case something like this ever happened…and what do I find out?
1. When you approach prepping supplies, what do you find most valuable and necessary?
2. What types of weapons are on your wish list to help ward off danger during the apocalypse?
3. Do you buy in bulk or stock up with a variety of items? If yes, what is the most essential/common item that is found in each big purchase order?
4. Where would be a good place to look for cheap but necessary survival gear (prepper section at Walmart?)
The only gun you need.
After all, in a tight situation your life may depend on the answer. If you had $1000 to spend for prepping and survival use then I would recommend getting 3 guns that could help with both hunting game as well as defending yourself from intruders or other dangers such as animals if they are hungry enough. Think of this guide is just a baseline so don’t be afraid to add more options depending on what works best for you!
What would be the most basic weapons set for self defense, hunting, and other prepper uses?
In this post we will explore what a reasonable weapon’s set could include. We know that generally most people who are prepared have more than three guns- you might consider these just as starting points then build on them from here!
A gun stash for under $1000? That’s the goal.
Mentioning just one handgun, rifle and shotgun might seem like a lot at first when considering purchasing them all outright – but as it turns out there are plenty of options to choose from these days. A used firearm is always an option too!
There are many options to choose from when it comes to handguns. The best ones for preppers on a budget, though, are those that can be used as both your personal protection and hunting piece.
They may not have the stopping power of more expensive guns but they will still take down any animal you shoot such as deer or rabbits with ease! Some great choices include firearms like Ruger 10/22s which cost about $250-$300 dollars depending on what type of gun stock you go with; Smith