Shout Out To Our Advertisers

The Survivalist has grown significantly in the last few years. I think this is a direct result of a large number of folks realizing that the poop is about to hit the fan, and that the government isn’t going to be there to save them.

Also, I think that the publicity of shows such as “Doomsday Preppers” and “Doomsday Bunkers” has something to do with the recent growth. No matter, but one thing is certain, and that is that the more people who prepare, prep and become aware the better off that we will all be when the balloon goes up.

As you all know running a successful blog costs money – money for hosting, money for domain registration, money for security subscriptions, money for SEO work, money for site backup and storage, etc… And hours, and hours of time and dedication to keep it all running smoothly.

I would like to thank all of you once again that have send donations – those help a lot and let me know that what we are doing is helping folks, if not then they would not contribute in anyway, and would not be sending money to help keep us going.

I would also like to thank our advertisers (listed below) sure, they place their banners here hoping that you all will buy something thus allowing them to make a profit, but that is business and expected. But their presents here also helps, keep the blog running financially, and also makes it easy for readers to find and buy the gear that they need. So it’s a win, win situation for everyone.

If you’re looking for gear, tools food or whatever please look to our advertisers first – and don’t forget to tell them that you saw there ad on The Survivalist Okay, lets get to our list of bookmark it and use it.

Some of our advertisers such as Emergency Essentials ®, Paladin Press, LuckyGunner Ammo, and LPC Survival Ltd have been advertising with us for several years (proof that The Survivalist Blog advertising works)…

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Thank you all for your support…

About M.D. Creekmore

M.D. Creekmore is the owner and editor of He is the author of four prepper related books and is regarded as one of the nations top survival and emergency preparedness experts. Read more about him here.


  1. Cliff in Douglasville says:

    I visited with True Prep/Kudzu Tactical on Saturday. They were hosting Georgia Carry and had a shop full of people. I took my best friend with me and we touched and looked at everything. She had never seen a lot of the stuff so this week we’ll be breaking open a Mountain House pail and having that for supper. We got to see one of the great tornado shelters they carry. Everyone there is nice as can be and very helpful. I’ve shopped there many times and each time we chat a little about this blog and are both amazed and intrigued by the growth of members. If you are in the Marietta area it’s worthwhile to stop in and shop or even order some things online from them. They deserve good support as they are one of the only real stores where you can walk in and look at and touch a lot of stuff that otherwise you only see as a picture on the web.

  2. Tactical G-Ma says:

    Thanks to all the businesses that supports this blog.

  3. It all comes full circle with amazing sponsers who support an incredible blog who support thousands of folks who support the sponsors.
    Whoa…….I think I just had a moment.

  4. I just ordered some shotgun shells from Lucky Gunner–and emailed them to let them know I found out about them from the advertisement here.

  5. j.r. guerra in s. tx. says:

    I used to be a big time air rifle shooter a few years back and Pyramyd Air was a frequent location for buying my supplies. Not a bad outfit at all – enablers they were. 8^).

  6. Thank you sponsors. I will be looking at your sites for products.

  7. Great sponsors that have good prices and customer service. My most recent experiance was with Pryamid Air, they helped me get what I was looking for at the best deal. The best ‘survival’ blog, with the best logo, but most of all the best people.

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