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Should You Use a Shoulder Holster?

In this week’s mailbag we cover… My thoughts on shoulder holsters… Using your hot tub water as a backup supply… Defense suggestions against computer viruses… The possibilities of bulletproof foam… Testing out a new gun before buying… And what steps to take to using a silencer. Let’s dive in… What are your thoughts on shoulder …

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3 Solid Solar Ovens

I’m sure you remember that in September 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico when it hit as a Category 5 storm. It is regarded as the worst natural disaster in recorded history to affect those islands and was also the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Mitch in 1998. At its peak, …

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Do not make this mistake

The M-16 (essentially the same as your civilian AR-15) saw its first days in service during Vietnam. The design of the AR-15 was unlike any other rifle ever issued, so American GI’s had to quickly learn what worked and what didn’t in real combat. It was a proving ground of sorts, and the first issued …

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Remember Me?

In this week’s mailbag we cover… Whether or not to ‘save’ your password… If border patrol can search your electronic devices… What to do if your social security number is stolen… My suggestion on battery powered lanterns… Placing a tracking device on your gun… And how phones track you even when GPS is turned off. …

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Should You Create a Gun Trust?

Jeffrey Lash claimed he was a spy, a post-9/11 special operative, and that he lived in the celebrity neighborhood of Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles where the average home price is $2.7 million. But one day, police found Lash dead in his car, with $5 million worth of guns in his Palisades home. Suddenly, all …

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Lessons from the Homeless

In this week’s Must-Read articles we cover… What to learn about having a wood burning stove… How to protect yourself from 5G… Lessons you can learn from the homeless… Questions you need to ask before buying a generator… And what the biggest killers are in the United States and how you can avoid them. Let’s …