Legacy Food Storage

Family Survival Supplies

Family preparedness supplies come in two basic types; the type you accumulate and gather over time...piecemeal, and the supplies purchased in bulk as package deals from a preparedness supplies dealer. Both types of supplies will get the job of helping you and your family to survive in the event of a major disaster.

However, feelings of unrest are increasing rapidly. Daily the economy worsens, and now in January 2021 as a Nation we face the massive loss of jobs due to the shutting down of pipelines and oil drilling.

Plus, the borders are now going to be left wide open, allowing a flood of illegals to come in and take the very jobs Americans need. This is just the beginning; it's going to get a whole lot worse.


States are threatening to take back much of the power the federal government has taken, and it's about time.

Natural disasters are becoming more devastating. Look at the massive loss of forestland due to forest fires in 2020.

Pandemics...Oh my goodness! Where do I start? The 2020 Wuhan Virus has devastated the economy, thrusting many people out of jobs and out of homes.

Suddenly, people are beginning to realize they cannot rely on the Government, since the Wuwu Virus has shown them just how little their local, city, and state officials actually care about them. The closing of small family businesses, while at the same time letting the mega corporation-run stores stay open, has been life-destroying. Despite a couple of small stimulus bribes, it may take years for people to recover what they have lost.

As a result, people who used to laugh as those crazy prepper survivalists, are now asking for advice. Sadly, if things go downhill as rapidly as it appears they might,  they may not have the time to take the slow route to gathering their family preparedness supplies.

Suddenly, people are beginning to realize they cannot rely on the Government, since the Wuwu Virus has shown them just how little their local, city, and state officials actually care about them. The closing of small family businesses, while at the same time letting the mega corporation-run stores stay open, has been life-destroying. Despite a couple of small stimulus bribes, it may take years for people to recover what they have lost.

As a result, people who used to laugh as those crazy "prepper survivalists", are now asking for advice. Sadly, if things go downhill as rapidly as it appears they might,  these people...you may not have the time to take the slow route to gathering your family preparedness supplies. 4Patriots Survival Food

Written over 10 Years ago!

Seems like the Government likes to give out Stimulus checks.

"For those who are anticipating a government stimulus check, this may be the perfect time to plan for their family'’s survival. Instead of buying that big plasma (that shows how old this article is) TV or some other silly thing that cannot possibly feed or shelter you, you would be wiser ordering one of the bulk long-term food storage deals available through some of our recommended providers.

Even if you don’t get that big ol’ government hand-out, you are probably anticipating some kind of tax refund. So consider using it to lay in a store of food, water purification, and other supplies while you can."

No matter how long ago some of the content on this page was written, good advice when it comes to survival preparedness, doesn't age.

Use Common Sense When it Comes to Family Survival Supplies

One reason I'm adding this section is that I can hear some of you now:
      "Well I'm gonna grow a garden, do I don't need to spend a lot of money on food. I will buy more bullets tho."
Oh goodie! One of those.

Let me give you some advice: THINK!

How long does it take to start harvesting from a garden? A month? Two months? Three months? Longer? What if there's a drought? What if bugs destroy your crop? Do you have a large enough garden to produce ALL of the foods to keep you healthy?

Last question: How you gonna season them bullets so your family can digest them?

Might want to consider spending a little of that bullet money on some long-term storage food. Store it in a climate-controlled room.