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You could pick up racks for food storage. Gas can for gas storage. Do u live in the city or country. I'm on 16 acres so I'm gonna bug in but I also try to be as self contained as I can. Fruit trees can go along way as far as food. My next project I think will be honey bees. Hope this helps some.
 

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Last time I was in Home Depot, which was years back due to their policy of promoting the "Homosexual" agenda, I bought a few of their bulk packs of batteries. 48 "AA" batteries for not a bad price.
 

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Emergency lighting for power outages would be my top priority. Snow shovel. Some good rope. Tarps. Duct tape. Utility knife and extra blades. Contractor trash bags (emergency ponchos).

Chainsaw if you don't have one, to clear downed trees or cut a hole through your attic if you get flooded out by storm surge. Saved some people's a$$ during Katrina (or use a shotgun).

I would definitely get a Stanley demolition tool - they call it a FUBAR, and it is very handy for multiple tasks in an emergency, and works good for demolition and debris removal, such as if you have to dig someone out who has been trapped by a collapsed structure. And it can bust a Zombie upside his brain dead head, you know, in a last ditch emergency situation.
 

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A lot of usefull ideas above, I personally would invest in the generater and/or maybe two sets of the "keyed alike" 4 pack of padlocks, some strong lock hasps with screws covered, and some lengths of chain to secure gates..
 
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