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Saturday, August 20th
Armory Stock is an online, veteran-owned camping, survival, and tactical equipment store. They offer made-in-the-USA brands of emergency kits, survival kits, first aid, paracord, and more.
Decent options for food
The website shop is divided into categories of long-term food storage, paracords, preparedness seeds, survival and emergency kits, and survival products. The long-term food storage options include food storage buckets, fruit and vegetable buckets, gluten-free food, and meat buckets.
Pre-made kits for various situations
Survival and emergency kits include food storage kits, backpack kits, bucket-style kits, children's kits, cooler bag kits, duffle bag kits, emergency roadside kits, pet emergency kits, and preparedness package kits.
Basic survival product selection
Survival products include first aid kits, food & water, hygiene and sanitation products, and tools.
Paracord - and garden seeds
The site offers nine different colors of bulk amounts of paracord (in cases of 36) and six different sets of herbs, fruit, medicinal, and salsa garden seed options.
Comparable selection on kits, not food
The variety and quantity of survival and emergency kits is numerous, even if they are the kits from the same manufacturers that most other sites offer. However, the number and variety of food bucket options is somewhat lacking compared to other sites we have reviewed.
Glitchy website = lowest ranking
The site only offers a contact form to get in touch with them for customer service and publishes no return or satisfaction policy. The page where the physical location store list would have been published was malfunctioning at the time of this writing. There were no BBB records or verified purchaser reviews from which to make a determination on customer satisfaction. For these reasons, we suggest shopping around more at other stores.
No matter where you live, there is some risk of an event that will cause you to potentially need survival gear. It could be earthquakes, floods, wildfires, tsunamis, volcanoes, or even civil unrest. You don't want to be without food, water, power, first aid, and basic survival kits to get you through times of uncertainty.
Many companies offer survival gear online. Whether you're looking for made-ready-to-eat (MRE) meals for your "go bag" or if you're planning to shelter in place and eat from buckets full of dehydrated entrees, it's easy to find a number of stores where you can buy just about anything.
What's more difficult is knowing which ones are reputable, high-quality, and will honor their commitment to the customer by offering an easy, money-back guarantee on their wares should something arrive damaged or be generally unsatisfactory. With many stores competing for your emergency preparedness dollars, you need an idea of how to sort the good from the not-so-much.
Keep these criteria in mind as you browse stores offering survival gear:
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