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Welcome to Hi-Tech Survival

Welcome to Hi-Tech Survival

This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Assigned ReadingMy Name is Paul Revere; this is my website Think of this website as “Urban Survival” – how to survive, in your home, for months without our incompetent government, the police, the electric company, the water company, gas stations, or grocery stores. Technology now allows you to live and thrive without what you take for granted - I’ll show you how.  EVERYTHING here can be used … Read entire article »

How To Use This Website

How To Use This Website

This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series Assigned ReadingThe goal of this website is to modivate you into building Hi-Tech Survival Kits that are designed to be used in your home if electrical power, water, government, police, grocery stores etc. are shut down.  Look around you and you will see plenty of examples of incompetent governments and Mother Nature inflicting harm on people – America is NO exception. Please review the tabs at … Read entire article »

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Rubber Bullets

Rubber Bullets

This entry is part 8 of 9 in the series GunsRubber bullets are used by police forces all around the globe – they are a way of stopping a perpetrator cold in their tracks and not kill them. I recommend that the first two bullets, in your gun, be rubber bullets for the following reasons: 1) If a bad guy gets your gun and shoots you then you know the first two bullets are non-lethal to you and can act … Read entire article »

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Base-Camp Gun

Base-Camp Gun

This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series Guns   I’ve looked at hundreds of rifles, shotguns, and handguns and found one that is a perfect match for a Hi-Tech survival situation – the Smith & Wesson Governor with a factory installed Crimson Trace Laser installed. The PDX1 has 12 coated BBs in the base with 3 copper disks at the … Read entire article »

3-Season Tents

3-Season Tents

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Tents90% of all tents are 3-season tents, Spring, Summer, Fall, with some taking on winter but not snow and showing 3.5 seasons. The 3-season tent is your standard 3 layers of construction: 1) Top layer is the rain fly 2) Middle layer is the support structure holding up the tent 3) Inner layer is the tent … Read entire article »

4-Season Tents

4-Season Tents

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series TentsIf it gets below 40 degrees F at night any day of the year where you live then you need a 4-season tent, if not a 3-season tent is just fine for you. The 4-season tent looks just like a 3-season tent except the no-see-em mesh walls are smaller or can … Read entire article »

Tents

Tents

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series TentsSleeping away from base-camp requires a tent or a “bivy” – a combination tent/sleeping bag. There are thousands of tents and bivys on the market and I’ve reviewed most of them and you need to understand hi-tech tents so you can easily eliminate 99% of them. The biggest problem a tent/bivy faces … Read entire article »

Portable Propane Heater

Portable Propane Heater

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Heating Base-CampIf someone gets sick, at base-camp, they may have to be isolated in another room – that room may have to be heated. Or, if an away-team is gone and the temperature drops below 45 degrees F they need heat in their tent that night. I like this small heater … Read entire article »

Main Propane Heater

Main Propane Heater

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Heating Base-CampHeating the entire house with a propane heater is out of the question and not a great idea. I’m assuming that a 400 sq ft (20 ft by 20 ft) room is large enough to allow everyone to sleep and work during the day and can be heated by … Read entire article »

Heating Base-Camp

Heating Base-Camp

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Heating Base-CampIf your basement, or room you use for base-camp, can get below 45 degrees F, anytime of the year, then you need to heat base-camp. I wish there was a way to use a wood stove to heat but the fumes will kill you and your family. There are three … Read entire article »

Evaporative Air Conditioning

Evaporative Air Conditioning

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series RefrigerationIf the regional electrical grid is down, so is normal Air Conditioning (A/C) in your home. Your normal A/C works on a closed freon system that compresses freon gas into liquid and then that liquid boils in the heat exchanger part of your furnace to cool your home about 40 degrees colder than … Read entire article »

12 Volt Refrigerators/Freezers

12 Volt Refrigerators/Freezers

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Refrigeration12 Volt Refrigerators/Freezers are mini versions of your kitchen refrigerators that run from 12-Volt power supplies like the cigarette lighter in your car or from your electrical grid at base-camp. These freezers/refrigerators can make ice to use on an injury or add some excitement to drinks. I view these expensive items … Read entire article »