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Animis Opibusque Parati …

“Prepared in mind and resources.”  Taking a break from the mad house that Black Friday creates, the team at Rapid Fire Bunker stumbled across the perfect Latin Motto.

Animis Opibusque Parati – Prepared in mind and resources.  This Motto is exactly what the “Bunker and its Team” believe in.  On a daily basis, customers visit the Rapid Fire Bunker Store in Downtown Littleton and think that they will be stepping into the Doomsday Prepper scenario. Take the sensationalism, nerosis and neoprene out of the equation – we can accommodate any Doomsday Prepper desire. 

1)  Yes- Rapid Fire Bunker services and educates the community on preparing, resourcing, and identifying unexpected emergencies.  Some of our most loyal customers are transplants from Louisiana (Hurricane Katrina) and New York / New Jersey (Hurricane Sandy) who are intimatelyy familiar with Urban Survival and Natural Disaster Preparation. 

2) Yes- Rapid Fire Bunker is a locally owned and operated retail store offering preparation resources such as Bug-out-bags, bulk food and food storage, Water Filtration and Purification options, Mace, Solar solutions and don’t forget about the “Man Candy” showroom loaded with Firearms, Knives, Crossbows and Ammunition. 

3) Yes- Rapid Fire Bunker carries unique and hard-to-find preparedness items making it possible to pick up all of your survival needs under one roof. 

Keep Calm and Carry On

Survival :Tips for the Obvious

It’s to late if you need it and don’t have it!

 Bug-Out Survival No-Brainer Tips:

1) Keep In Shape!  You can’t hike to a Bug-out-location successfully when you are overweight and out-of-shape.

2) Keep your Bug-Out-Bag “Mobile weight”.  Rule of Thumb Keep your Mobile Bag no more than 1/3 of your total body weight.  A bag is useless if you can not carry it for long distances without fatigue.

3)  Take the time to talk to Survival experts and fellow Outdoor enthusiasts for Bag packing techniques. 

4)  Remember Essentials: Food, Water, Warmth, Fire Starting Material, Filtration and Purification gear, Knife or sharp tools (3 1/2″ or less), Rope (550 Paracord), Rain gear / trashbags to keep you and gear dry, Signalling and communication, light / illumination, First Aid Gear and don’t forget directional gear (compass, maps of terrain).

5) Don’t go cheap on your Bag!  Your bag carries everything you need to survive.  It is your insurance life-line. Suggested Bags: Drago Bags, Maxpedition Bags, Snug Pack Bags. 

6) Like your bag…Don’t cheap out on your knife or survival tool!  Cutting Rope, Food, packaging, seat belts, clothing etc is essential to survival situations.  A dull knife or survival tool is a very dangerous item which usually result in personal injury. 

Prepare now…Protect Later!