Survival Terminology For NEW Preppers ONLY – Part 2 of 4

Source: RealitySurvival
J.J. Johnson
January 25, 2017

This is part 2 of 4 in a video that is made for BRAND NEW Preppers who are confused by some of the common terms that are used in Survival and Prepping videos. This video assumes that you have little to NO knowledge of survival or prepping at all and attempts to lay out some of the terms that you may not have heard before.

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