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  • About KnightOwl Survival Store

    About KnightOwl Survival Store

    Howdy, and Welcome to KnightOwl Survival Store! We're glad you're here.

    Our Mission Statement is pretty simple:
    We help families survive and thrive in uncertain times.

    No one knows what the future holds in store for us, and it may be impossible to be fully 'prepared' for any and every eventuality. However, having a prepared mindset is the biggest first step that you can take in the right direction.

    Today's climate is one of uncertainty – on a global scale, we are facing political and economic challenges never seen before. Additionally, whether you agree or disagree with the [very questionable] "science" of global warming, there is no doubt that weather patterns have changed in the last 50 years.

    I'm not gonna speculate if we have more instances of severe weather; that's up to the data-keepers at the weather centers.

    However, I will point out that we certainly hear of more events, and that many events appear to be more devastating than I recall from 40 or 50 years ago.

    Granted, then as now, a tornado is a tornado – they're frightening, they're unpredictable, and they can cause massive damage. The same is true of hurricanes, snowstorms, floods, etc.

    But are there more of them today? Or do we just hear more about them when they happen – a function of increased information flow – or do they cause more damage (because there are more structures to be damaged), and thus are more newsworthy?

    Again, I'll leave that to the philosophers and political pundits.

    What I will say, is that generally speaking, the populations impacted by these (and other) events are more dependent on neighborhood and local (or state or federal) services than folks were a half-century ago.

    Which means that after a disaster strikes, it's more important than ever to be as self-reliant as you can possibly be.

    Toward that end, we offer you and your family some of the most important resources you may need, in the event of a catastrophic emergency.

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