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Prepping on a Budget: 10 Survival Items That Everyone Can Afford

Photo by Tim MacWelch Super glue is a small but mighty item for preppers. Just because preparedness gear has the potential to be lifesaving doesn’t mean that gear has to carry a high price tag. Sometimes, the simplest and cheapest piece of gear is the right tool for the job.  Check out these ten preps that are available for less than $5 each.  1. Duct Tape For just a few bucks, you can get a roll of this magical tape.
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