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Best Lever Action Rifles

Tim S. Iives in Clayton County, Georgia, where just before 3am one morning, he awoke to the sound of breaking glass near his front door. Next, he heard someone unlock the front door and come into his home. As the intruder made his way up the stairs, Tim grabbed a rifle and shot several times …

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Surviving the Extremes

In this week’s Must-Read articles learn the incredibly shocking and surprising ways a human body can and has survived the most extreme situations. We will also take a look at the benefits of a root cellar and what you need to know before getting one, along with hearing about the top rocket stoves on the …

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3 CIA “Escape & Evasion” Tips

Are you someone who genuinely lives life in the “Yellow Zone”? In other words, do you pride yourself in being tactically aware of your environment and your surroundings? If so, then it’s probably no surprise to you that the people, cars, and vehicles around you may not be what they appear. In fact, someone could …

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Cash on Hand

In this week’s mailbag I’ll give suggestions for keeping a spare key outside, along with what you need to do if you have a your gun drawn on an intruder when the cops arrive. I’ll also discuss why I still prefer this country to any other as well as explaining the dangers of illegally carrying …

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Trapped in a Cave

In this week’s Must-Read articles learn how retailers such as Walmart are using AI surveillance to study you and other consumers, along with how to survive if you are ever trapped in a cave. Today you will also see a breakdown of what happens in a mass shooting and what you can do to survive …

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Communication is Critical

A two-hour hike on the Pacific Crest Trail turned dangerous for one woman who was in an unfamiliar country and ill-prepared for the weather. Katharina G. of Germany, was alone, surrounded by snow and sleet and trapped 5,000 feet up on a mountain in Washington. Realizing the dire situation, Katharina sent her parents and friends …

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Surviving Water Contamination

In this week’s mailbag I’ll explain how to quickly access your gun without leaving it out and unsecured along with the risks of having a cell phone blocker. I’ll also discuss the benefits of child gates vs intruders as well as my recommendation for testing your water. I’ll provide tips for hiding the noise of …

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NSA Caught Spying on Americans… Again

Unsurprisingly, once again, the National Security Agency has been caught illegally collecting the phone data of Americans. According to reports, the NSA unlawfully collected a massive volume of call and text records from an unnamed U.S. telecom provider. In its own internal documents, the NSA claimed the impact of the illegal data collection did not …

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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 …