If your prepping plan includes securing a location that provides safety and has the essentials necessary for an extended stay, then the Prepper Pack is perfect for you. Even the best prepared locations will eventually run low on essential resources. Many potential emergency situations can extend from days to weeks to even months or more!
After devastating weather or non-natural disasters, public utilities are sometimes slow to recover. Some victims of Hurricane Sandy remained without power and running water for more than a month. But a natural disaster isn’t always the only cause of situations like this. In December of 2014 half the residents of Lansing, MI, the capital of Michigan, lost power during Christmas after a devastating ice storm; residents were left without electricity and heat for more than a month in a record-breaking winter.
In extended survival situations the ability to barter with ‘neighbors’ to maintain emergency essentials could be extremely important. Having the right value mix in your bartering stock is important – not every trade is equivalent, and having gold bullion can amplify your bartering efforts and help you secure essential resources. The varied denominations of the gold bullion of the Prepper Pack enables you to make trades for small amounts of food or fuel and makes the gold a perfect companion to trades to ‘sweeten the deal.’
If you’re planning on sticking to one location when the SHTF, Noble Mint suggests you consider our Prepper Pack as a good answer for your long-term security. The Prepper Pack contains a total of 30 - 24k certified gold bars in increments that will enable near currency-like transactions. The Prepper Pack contains 10 - .125g (1/8th gram) bars, 10 - .25g (1/4 gram) bars, 5 - .50g (1/2 gram) bars, and 5 – 1.0g (1 gram) bars. In today’s markets, these individual bars have a value of between $15 and $75, but in times of emergency, their perceived value will probably be much higher. Everyone understands the value of pure gold, and they have been using it to trade for thousands of years.