Even though you may not be an intelligence operative, you never know when you may need to blend in to a strange environment or convince someone to believe you in a life-or-death situation. Whatever your reasons may be, here are four spy tips for blending in.
Adding optics to your rifle can give you a major advantage. If you add a scope to your rifle, you need to not only understand the terminology involved but also know how to use it. With that in mind, here are the three most important considerations when choosing optics for your rifle.
The Fourth Amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures. But the fact is customs and border patrol agents can seize electronic devices for inspection — without a warrant or probable cause — and there is simply nothing you can do to stop them. Except take this one simple precaution.
Today, I want to share with you four steps for breaking in a new firearm — which hopefully you’ll have time to do before ever having to use your gun.
Violent gangs and vicious criminals have a new “go-to” weapon in their deadly arsenals: acid attacks. Known as “face melting” or “torture in a bottle,” acid attacks create immediate, searing pain on contact and massive, irreversible damage to a victim in mere seconds. Here’s how to prevent yourself from becoming a victim and how to what to do if you or someone near you is attacked.
As I’m sure you’re aware, on Dec. 14, 2017, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) voted to repeal net neutrality rules. What you might not be aware of is what this actually means, how it will affect you and whether your privacy will still be protected.
Even if you never plan on visiting North Korea, you may be inviting people to spy on you right here in the U.S. Not by an overbearing government but by large corporations such as Google and Amazon. Here are three steps you should take to protect your privacy.
In this week’s Must-Read articles you will learn ways you can overcome personal tragedy, how to prevent the spreading of germs, how you can use your watch for a compass, ways to avoid and treat hypothermia and frostbite, and also, how to create home heat when your electricity is out. Let’s dive in… 7 Ways …
Unfortunately, bad guys will use any available information to their advantage. So today, I want to share with you a few things you should consider about what information you’re sharing with the world.
When it comes to home security, there is a seemingly endless stream of gadgets you can install to help keep your family safe — cameras, door locks, flood lights and motion sensors, among others — and you can purchase many of these devices with smart technology capabilities so they can be remotely controlled and monitored from your smartphone. Here’s why you should.