The Prepper's Guide to Caches: How to Bury, Hide, and Stash Guns and Gear
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There are a variety of circumstances where creating a cache is a wise preparation. Natural and man-made disasters abound in our headlines, many of which can completely destroy valuable preps in a matter of seconds. With proper techniques, equipment, and methods, practically any type of critical supplies can be safely stored in a manner that is nearly impervious to the elements. The largest single threat to any cache, however, is being discovered by other people. This guide will provide the reader with several methods, including disguise, diversion, and technology to defeat even the most sophisticated metal detectors, theft, or illegal seizure. Widely acclaimed author Joe Nobody, known for his fictional works as well as highly regarded survival and preparation guides, is joined by T. Pike, USMC. During his two deployments in Afghanistan, Pike’s job with the Marines included searching for enemy caches. He found a lot of them, denying his foe important weapons, ammunition, and supplies. He also developed a unique level of expertise and experience that can now be leveraged by anyone who wishes to keep their personal assets out of harm’s way.

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With over 2 million words in publication, author Joe Nobody has long been a readers' favorite. His adventure novels thrill with stories that might have been ripped from the morning's headlines with protagonists who resonate with the average Joe... all the while sparking creative thought about social issues.

The Joe Nobody library of books includes apocalyptic novels, science fiction, political thrillers, children's books, and instruction manuals. While each installment is completely different from the rest, they all follow a common pattern... hooking the reader with a compelling story, exposing all sides of the issue at hand and then exercising problem-solving skills to find creative resolution to the conflict.

His academic pursuits included Systems Engineering and Accounting. Accumulating over three decades of government service with a variety of agencies and departments, Joe is still professionally active and wishes to keep his identity and background confidential for the security and privacy of his family.

He has over 30 years of competitive shooting experience, including IPSC, NRA, and other related organizations. He has been a firearms instructor and consultant and holds the rights to a United States patent for a firearms modification.

Residing in Texas, Joe's private life is spent enjoying a variety of outdoor activates with his family.
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