Hello my friend and welcome to today’s post. With Obama and the Democrats doing everything they can to abolish the 2nd Amendment, as well as issuing Executive Orders that would allow the Federal Government to confiscate any stored food you may have in a disaster, we should all be worried! To make it even worse, Obama can declare an emergency for pretty much anything he wants. In today’s post, we are going to take a look at what we can do when they show up at our door demanding our guns and food, so grab a cup of coffee, and sit back while we have a chat.
I suppose that as Preppers, we all pretty much see it coming, and know it is only a matter of time before it happens. Despite what the Government may say, they know exactly who has guns and who are Preppers. Many people try to hide the fact that they are Preppers, and that is as it should be. The trouble however, is that the government can look at any purchases that you may have made for large amounts of dried food or supplies that are common to Preppers. While you may be hiding it from you friends and neighbors, you can bet you are not hiding it from the authorities, and when the time comes they will be knocking on your door. That is if they bother to knock at all. It is inevitable and you need to prepare for it now!
So what exactly can you do now to prepare for it? There are actually many ways and things that you can do. For example, hide your Preps so that they can’t find them. Like hiding canned goods in sealed PVC pipe and placing them in your walls so they look like plumbing pipes. Vacuum sealed dry goods, can be stored in caches underground, or between the rafters in your home and covered with insulation. Trust me, they are not going to want to mess with fiberglass insulation just to see if there is any food hiding under it. Just like the pipes in the walls will seem completely normal if they look. While there are many great books on the market for finding hiding places, just look around and see what you can come up with. If your house is lifted off of the ground, then you may want to consider burying caches of food and supplies there. You will always want to leave a small supply of food in your home that they could find so they don’t go looking for the rest. You need to start working on this now so that when the time comes, the walls won’t be freshly painted or the ground looks like it was disturbed recently. You want any traces of what you have done to be invisible to others.
Now on to hiding your guns and knives. First off, like food, you will want to leave something for them to find like a cheap 22 rifle and some ammunition for them to find. When they do find it, make a big deal that it is all you have for hunting with and feeding your family when food gets hard to come by. If they ask where your other guns and ammunition are, simply tell them that you sold them because you needed the money or didn’t want them because of the new gun laws. The idea is to convince them that the one 22 is all you have left and beg them to leave it. This will help convince them to stop searching for any more and leave you alone. So where exactly do you keep them? Well certainly not in the gun safe in your bedroom that is for sure. There are all kinds of furniture on the market to let you hide them so they cannot be easily found. I’m sure you could come up with a few ideas of your own so they are safe and well protected while being available as well. I know several people who use large PVC pipe to store some of their weapons in and after they are sealed they bury their guns in their back yard to hide them. Now, if you live in south Louisiana like I do, this is not such a good idea. First good rain and I would have a bunch of PVC pipe floating in my back yard. I think I will look for a dryer place to store mine like inside pieces of furniture and behind book shelves. I am sure I can come up with a few good ideas for places to keep them. The point is to get ready now and not wait until they are knocking on your door to try to figure out where to hide them. Start now and be prepared for when they come and you will be glad you did. Well, that is it for today’s post and I want to thank you for stopping by and spending a little time with me. Until next time, stay safe, stay strong and stay prepared!