When money is tight prepping can be tough
Weapons are expensive … so is ammo and Food and fuel prices are on the rise, new toll roads and other taxes are crippling the economy.
These are all challenges to prepping.
here are some of my ideas to prepping on a budget in South africa.
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Licensing a firearm in South Africa can take anything up-to a year and so many don’t bother and few gun shops survive the lack of cash flow.
According to the new law you may only have one hand gun and only one gun under section 13 which is for self-defense
this is also the only semi-auto weapon you are allowed, under conventional circumstances.
This dictates, that if you need a firearm for self defense, you should buy the best and most versatile handgun you can.
the 3 most common weapons i see purchased are the following 3 :
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Join the community policing forum in your area and get aware.
We have recently invested in radios that most residents carry to call for help from the community – they go for about 700 bucks and make a good simple radio net for us to call for help should we need it.
Skills will be the most saleable of items should SHTF
Skills and manual labor form the back bone of modern society although many would deny this.
Now is the time to learn a skill.
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