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Combat Shooter System Review

by Ellen Thomas (2019-04-23)

If you have kids or elderly people at home, make a Combat Shooter System separate backup plan to prepare them for emergencies when they are alone. Regularly visit your children's school to give them updates on emergency contacts and other requirements. Also find out what emergency plans the school follows and whether they have regular drills where children are taught theDrop, Cover & Hold and Stop, Drop & Roll evacuation routines. Teach your children basic personal information so that they can identify themselves during an emergency. Also teach them emergency contact details and how to dial 9-1-1. Prepare emergency cards for both elderly and children stating their full name, Address, contact information, your work and cell phone numbers also the complete address and contact details of a third emergency contact person(both in your state and an out-of-state contact person). Another important thing is to fix a meeting point in your neighborhood, and an alternative meeting point in case your neighborhood is not safe (depending on the nature of the disaster).Besides the above, you also have to have an emergency grab-and-go kit that would help you survive the disaster. Prepare separate and handy bags for every member. You can even have emergency food kits & supplies and emergency preparedness kits for kids. Don't forget to get one ready for your pet as well. A typical survival kit should help you and your family last out comfortably for at least a week. Here's what it should contain:Lighting and Communication: - Flashlights (rechargeable squeeze preferred, LED also a good option.), Emergency glow sticks, bright sticks and candles, waterproof matches, AM/FM Radio, 5-in-1 survival whistle and a dynamo lantern.Warmth and Shelter:-Emergencies can happen at any time so always have everything ready, or seasonally pack your bag. The first option is always better as you might forget to rearrange your kit seasonally. You can put in Mylar sleeping bags, blankets, hand warmers or body warmers, hooded ponchos.