Lehman's Non Electric:
Lehman's sells Amish products and lots of little cutesy things that are useless. They also have a massive listing of food and equipment that you'd love to have if the power goes out. Everything from a wide selection of lamps, to washtubs and scrub boards, clothes wringers, and well bucket torpedoes. They have a big catalog, which is free. Just go to their web page and click on catalog request.
Lehman's Non Electric
Major Surplus and Survival:Major Surplus and Survival has a wide selection of military surplus equipment from all over the world. When I read the survival magazines like American Survival Guide, they are always full of super expensive gear. I can always look at the Major Surplus and Survival catalog and find something from a fraction of the price that serves the same purpose. I've been buying from these guys for years and never had a problem.
Their catalog is free. Just go to the web site and choose the "catalog" button on the left side of the page.
Major Surplus and Survival
Sportsman's Guide:Over the years, I've probably bought more tools and equipment from these people than any other supplier. When my kids moved up to Canada to go to school in Vancouver, I largely furnished their apartments with gear from Sportsmans Guide, because I knew they'd be moving in a couple of years and wanted their furniture and household goods to be light, easily packed, and cheap.
Sportsman's Guide comes out with about six different catalogs. You can go to their web page and order three of them at any given time. I usually get the Shooting catalog and the Surplus catalog. You can buy an annual membership for thirtyfive dollars that gives you a discount on the catalog prices and also lets you use the four pay plan, whereby your purchases over one hundred and fifty dollars are broken into four monthly credit card payments at no additional charge. What I like best about Sportsmans Guide is that if you order something, and they run out, you can go on back order. When the product comes in, if there has been a price increase you get the original order price.
Emergency Essentials:Emergency Essentials sells long term storage foods, both canned and bulk. They also sell hard to find items like plastic lids for cans. If you use coffee cans to store things in, and open the cans frequently, the lids eventually split. You can get lids here , in multiple colors, for very little money.
Their catalog is free.
Ready Reserve Foods:Primarily a place to find long term storage food, but they do sell a lot of gadgets like pail lids, lid openers, and other things related to preparedness.
The catalog is free and you can also download it as a pdf.
Ready Reserve foods
Walton Feeds:In 1999, I bought an entire 18 wheeler load of supplies from these guys. I am still eating it and it's still perfectly fresh. Although I bought many cases of canned supplies, the vast majority of the shipment was bulk food in nitrogen flushed pails, with the product stored in mylar. Other than corn meal and powdered milk, everything stayed fresh after I opened it long enough to use it up. Walton Feeds is still pretty primitive net wise. You can download a print out of their prices and products, but they don't have a catalog.