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  • Craft Holsters What You Should Know: Weekly Product Review
    by Jesse Mathewson on February 19, 2018 at 3:16 pm

    Holsters, we all have them or we all need them. Even if it is for our knives, money and or things the idea of carrying our belongings in a secure, comfortable manner is important. I am a fan of polymer holsters (having worn them for many many years and used them in many formats and under many conditions) however, I also enjoy good leather holsters as well.Craft Holsters is a European company that supports the NRA and the culture we ascribe too. This holster was sent to me in exchange for my reviewing it. I have since this time purchased another for my wife to use!While I do carry...Read the whole entry... » […]

  • Prepper News and Notes For Monday – February 19, 2018
    by M.D. Creekmore on February 19, 2018 at 2:44 pm

    The White House revealed on Sunday that President Trump would support a push to improve the nation's system of background checks for would-be gun buyers. Also, Top Republican donor Al Hoffman Jr. vowed on Saturday to stop cutting checks for candidates and political groups that do not support a ban on "assault weapons". Al Hoffman Jr. said that he would not give money to lawmakers if they did not spring into action, confirming he had sent an email to GOP leaders explaining his decision. "I have heard from a couple of them already. And they are endorsing the concept totally," Hoffman said. […]

  • What Did You Do To Prep This Week?
    by M.D. Creekmore on February 17, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    Well, folks, for the past few days its been like springtime here on the Cumberland Plateau with temperatures reaching up into the upper 60’s with several days next week forecasted to rise to the 70’s, however, with the rise in temperatures has also come rain, rain, and some more rain and that’s resulted in some flooding […]

  • Barter For Survival: Top Ten Barter Items Every Prepper Should Have
    by M.D. Creekmore on February 16, 2018 at 9:46 pm

    Barter items for survival – What would you have to trade in a survival situation? Any conversation about prepping first starts with the “the best survival gun” followed by “bugging out vs hunkering down” and then on to “the best retreat location” and then to “what to have on hand for barter… well today, I’m going […]

  • Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle Review: What You Need To Know
    by Contributor on February 16, 2018 at 3:36 pm

    Col. Jeff Cooper was a proponent of modern marksmanship and gun handling.  Many people in the gun world are familiar with his shooting school and the techniques that he championed.  Many today use his color code system to signify threat levels and he will always be known as an advocate of the M1911 in .45ACP.One of his pet projects was called the Scout Rifle.  Without going deep into his reasoning, I will try to give a quick description of what he was trying to build.  This was a bolt-action rifle with a forward mounted, long eye-relief scope of low magnification.  Caliber was...Read the whole entry... » […]

  • Prepper News and Notes For Wednesday – February 16, 2018
    by M.D. Creekmore on February 16, 2018 at 3:03 pm

    One thing that I've noticed in the comments here is that far too many readers only consider the absolute worse case end of the world, without rule of law type of event when prepping and looking at new ideas about prepping, and while such an event is possible, it isn't the only thing that we should prep for or our main motivation for prepping.If you look at history, i.e. the U.S. great depression, Argentina's economic collapse, or even the current economic collapse in Venezuela they were and are awful events that caused and is causing mass human suffering, however, they didn't and so far...Read the whole entry... » […]

  • Bugging Out in an RV
    by Contributor on February 14, 2018 at 3:40 pm

    Geo S, Imagine waking up to the news that there is an impending nuclear bomb threat right in your area, or turning on the radio to an extreme weather warning urging everyone to evacuate the city. How prepared are you? If you have a bug out bag for yourself or your whole family, you probably […]