Video Monday: TOP 10 SHTF CURRENCY IDEAS!

Hello, my friend and welcome back!  Today I have a video for you that I ran across that was uploaded to YouTube by Penny University and while I don’t agree with him 100% on some things, he does do a great job of making his case for many of the items.  I hope you find it as interesting as I did and maybe even learn or think about some of the items you are saving to barter with in a new light.  Until next time, stay safe, stay strong and stay prepared.  God Bless America!

-Sarge-

The Sgt.

Prepper, Patriot, and Proud U.S. ARMY Veteran.

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3 Responses

  1. 'white.buffalo' says:

    sarge ….. thanks for the posting — you indicated some items mentioned in the video were not 100% in your agreement — what then would you substitute and/or add to the listing
    —- as always = i do appreciate your insights … d

    • The Sgt. says:

      At one time I would have agreed with you 100%,but my readers help me learn as much as I do them. You see, I used to believe that drinking Alcohol would be great for bartering, and I as much as said so. Then a couple of my readers made a real good case against it. You see if someone knows you have it and they are an alcoholic then they will do anything to get including killing you for it. I guess when you think about it, some things are just too dangerous to barter with. Now if you wait long enough for all of the Alcoholics to dry out then you might could use it. In any case, if you are going to barter with it, you had better be careful about who you barter with my friend. The same could be said for Tobacco, but I would think it might be a little safer. In any case, it was a great video and I thank you for letting me share it.
      -Sarge-

  2. Jim says:

    Good video for thought! If nothing else collecting range lead and wheel weights is a good start.
    Buying both bullet and fish jig molds, etc. Then if you have a crafts talent it is worth watching
    YouTube how-to videos about making fish nets and practical traps and tackle. this remains a life-long natural for me as a fanatic fisherman. The potential for bargain enterprise is only
    limited by a lack of interest.

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