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If you bug out without this, you die

Bugging out, especially on foot, is one of the hardest things you can do. If where you are isn’t safe, and you have to “get out of Dodge,” you’ll have your survival gear with y...

The “old school” way to conceal a small gun

Whenever you get into a fight at close quarters, you might end up on the ground. That’s just how gravity works. But if you do, and you have to try to get to your gun, you could be lying on top o...

The slick, FAST knife in my waistband

One of the more interesting pieces of “tactical knife advice” I’ve gotten over the years was this: Don’t carry your knife in your front pocket. See, most people just clip a tac...

Enter a name, wait 9 seconds, brace yourself

Ever googled yourself? A friend? An online date? We’re all guilty of keeping an eye on what is said about us online. The problem is, Google limits the personal information it can show us. A new ...

How a 9-volt battery can knock a man down

Have you ever wondered how it’s possible to take something as small as a 9-volt battery, like the one in your smoke detector… …and scramble a guy’s muscles with it, so bad that he wets him...

A “sneaky” way to protect your 2nd Amendment rights

I’m not going to try to soften this, fellow gun owners. The elections are coming, and we’re all in big trouble. If Kamala Harris and Joe Biden get in the White House, or if the Democrats t...

archery and… self-defense? (Weird)

I saw a funny meme the other day. It was about the invention of archery – the idea that people learned to shoot arrows because the guy they wanted to fight was “way over there.” And ...

One click to fool “big brother” and Big Tech

George Orwell’s famous book, 1984, describes a future society where the government watches everybody. It isn’t fiction – it’s happening right now.The government routinely monit...

Why “operators” don’t like shoulder holsters

If you’ve ever taken one of those high-speed, low-drag close-quarters shooting classes, you know that “operator” types are a little reluctant when it comes to shoulder holsters. That...

Upgrade any gun sight for 2 bucks

One of the problems I’ve noticed that I have with shooting is that, as I get older, my eyes are a little weaker than they used to be. Quickly acquiring the sights on my gun has become more of a ...

HOW “TACTICAL” ARE YOU?

Are you truly “tactical” or a “prepared citizen?” Just a few simple questions can easily tell how “tactical” you are as a human being. There are no right or wrong answers (well, okay, there are...

Covert Carry versus Concealed Carry

What do you think of when you hear the term “concealed carry?” Your first thought might be the legal definition of carrying a concealed gun or knife, and the accompanying guidelines in your home state...

14 Rare Medical Preps Every Prepper Should Stock Up On NOW

For a true blue Prepper, prepping for the worst-case scenarios is a calling. Check out these rare medical preps every prepper should do to be ready for any situation. 14 Rare Medical Preps You Need in...

Belly Band Bonanza: The TFB Belly Band Holster Review Roundup

Belly Band holsters have been a favorite carry style of mine for some time now and I find that I use this method of carrying about 90% of the time. The primary reason for my choosing to carry in the b...

POTD: M3M Door Gunner in the NHIndustries NH90

In each of our Photo Of The Day articles, we bring you the work of great and inspiring photographers from around the globe.  Today we’re taking a closer look at a German door gunner with an M3M Heavy ...

Shield Sights Introduces The NEW RMS2 Red Dot Sight For Pistols

Shield Sights has just announced the second generation of their pistol red dot sights, the RMS2.  According to the accompanying video, the RMS was designed for competitive shooting, while the RMS2 red...