Preparedness Deal of the Day: Magpul PMAG 30-rd Magazine – $12.30 was created to let preparedness-minded folks know about some crazy good deals around the ‘net. Dollars are tough to come by nowadays – figured we would help my fellow man (and women) stretch them as far as possible. So – take a gander at the deal of the day and feel free to let us know what you think. Remember – prices can change at ANYTIME.

- – - Team BPD

Magazines are just something that you cannot have too many of. With this special sale – stock up!!

The PMAG is a lightweight 5.56×45 NATO (.223 Remington) AR15/M16 compatible magazine. It features an advanced impact resistant polymer construction, a pop-off Impact/Dust Cover for storage (available seperately), and an easy to disassemble design with a flared floorplate for positive magazine extraction from pouches. The PMAG 30 utilizes a resilient stainless steel spring for corrosion resistance and an anti-tilt, self-lubricating follower for increased reliability.

I have found the Magpul line of AR magazines to be super reliable, durable and inexpensive. Just a few months ago these were selling for upwards of $30+ when you could find them. $12.30 is a great price.

If you have an AR or plan to get one soon, it is time to stock up!!

 - – - Team BPDeals


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Preparedness Deal of the Day: Canned Butter………

Red Feather Canned Butter – 12 oz


SALE: $6.99 per can / Regular Price: $9.29


  • Spreadable, flavorful creamy butter that is ready to use
  • 2 year shelf-life in proper storage conditions
  • Easily store in emergency kits or in your food storage

You have your flour and wheat stored. You have your grinder ready. You bake the bread. Now, wouldn’t it be nice to have butter stored to spread on it?

Now you can!!

- – - Team

  -  Friday, January 06, 2012
The best…
Reviewed By: Mel Hatfield (Pendleton, Indiana)
I am using a supply of Red Feather butter purchased over 3 years ago and it is still great. Probably the best butter (bar none) I’ve ever tasted. Suggestion: When opening the can open both ends and use the lid to push the contents from the can into a container for storage in fridg.

  -  Sunday, October 30, 2011
Great Stuff
Reviewed By: Tracy (GJ, CO)
Very tasty, rich – it’s butter! It gets hard when refrigerated by softens up easily. We sent some to my son-in-law who is serving in Afghanistan, and his whole unit went bonkers for it.

  -  Sunday, July 31, 2011
Perfect Butter
Reviewed By: Chuck S (Rock Springs, Wyoming)
This really is as everyone else says. It is just as good as regular store butter. I have a three year old can open and it is just fine (cold).


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