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Satellites are Watching

In this week’s must read articles, learn what you need to do now to make sure you are ready when the unexpected happens. Also, see how modern day satellites are watching your every move along with practical ways to enhance your every day survival. Find out how hackers are already working on creating chaos through …

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Bug Out Vehicle

In this week’s mailbag I’ll explain how to make sure your data and privacy aren’t being shared, whether or not to shoot a bear if it is a threat, along with how to tell if you’ve been hacked. I’ll also explain how I choose my every day carry guns and discuss wax options for gun …

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Surviving a Stampede

In this week’s Must-Read articles see how to survive a human stampede along with important assessment tools you can use to make it out of any situation. You will learn about the 8 common mistakes most concealed carriers are making and how not to as well as why it is important to keep a gas …

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Phone Eavesdropping

In this week’s mailbag I’ll discuss how I break in my trigger along with safety considerations when purchasing a new computer. I’ll weigh the pros and cons of a .22 vs 9mm for self-defense along with the differences between a Glock 19 and a Glock 23. You will also receive my tips on what to …

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When to Draw Your Gun

One Sunday, Carl T. was at his home around 11:30 p.m., when he witnessed a person sitting inside the driver’s seat of his neighbor’s black Honda. Since he didn’t recognize the man sitting inside the car, Carl went outside to inquire why the person was inside a car that he didn’t own. “The man told …

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Trigger Finger

In this week’s Must-Read articles learn how to take a punch with the least impact, how security film can make a big difference on your home security and how to actually make a call when you have no cell service. You can also read on the benefits of hand crank flashlights and why you should …

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Credit Card Freeze

In this week’s mailbag I’ll provide tips on dealing with with rowdy teenagers, how long ammo lasts depending on storage and how plants provide an extra layer of security for your home. I will also cover how to ship a gun, my suggestions for satellite phones and lastly, how to freeze your credit cards for …

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Surviving in Your Car

One of the worst traffic gridlocks in U.S. history took place in Houston, TX during September of 2005. Hurricane Katrina had just wrecked havoc only a few weeks earlier and Hurricane Rita was on track to hit East Texas, causing Houstonians to heed the call to evacuate. At the time, Rita was forecasted as the …

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National Emergency Alert

In this week’s Must-Read articles see the ultimate guide to buying and using night vision along with how the National Emergency Alerts are potentially vulnerable to hackers. Learn 5 critical knife skills that could help you in the future as well as earthquake preparedness tips for for both before, during and after one strikes. And …

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Remember Me?

In this week’s mailbag I’ll discuss the legality of a ghost gun for self-defense along with whether to buy a new or used gun. I’ll also give suggestions for knife sharpeners and light attachments for your firearm. Lastly, I’ll cover some of the risks involved with online passwords and security cameras. Let’s dive in… What …

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Stay Safe on the High Seas

Elisha Cuffe was a valued, ten-year employee of Princess Cruise Lines. She had recently been promoted to the position of senior purser. This position handles all the financial matters on a cruise ship. Pursers share information about the ship to both passengers and crewmembers and the Purser’s Desk is typically centrally located in the ship …

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Essential Wilderness Gear

In this week’s Must-Read articles see a complete user friendly military guide to cleaning and lubricating your AR-15 along with how new studies are showing the impact the internet is having on your brain. Take a look at the 6 essential items you must have with you when venturing into the wilderness as well as …

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Do You Need a Boot Knife?

A Lynchburg, VA man was walking to a local Wal-Mart late one evening when police say the man had to defend himself when three assailants attacked him. Officials say Anthony Eagle, 30, of Lynchburg was walking near the Wal-Mart when he was surrounded and assaulted by three men who were unknown to him. As police …

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Should you Buy an AR-15 Pistol?

A 15-year-old boy and his sister were alone at their home in Harris County, Texas when they heard glass breaking downstairs. The teenager grabbed his father’s AR-15 and went downstairs with the rifle and spotted the two burglars in the living room. The teenager opened fire with the rifle firing several shots, striking one of …

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My Every Day Carry Items

In this week’s mailbag I’ll discuss what information you should provide when buying a prepaid phone, the legality of stun guns, and how to go about handling post earthquake cooking. I’ll also go over proximity when using an execution torch, what my Every Day Carry items are and where I place them and lastly, my …

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Protecting Your Home from Looters

In 2017, the U.S. experienced a record year of weather and climate-related disasters, including major hurricanes, several huge wildfires and flooding that hit parts of the U.S. All told, the damage from natural disasters came out to about $306 billion, making it the most expensive year for natural disasters in U.S. history. While the damage …

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Keep Your Kids Safe Online

In this week’s Must-Read articles learn about information on burglaries that could save you from becoming a victim of one along with how to recognize and survive carbon monoxide poisoning. I will also share with you tips on how to choose the right knife sharpener for you, give you a look at some of the …