Let’s say you’ve settled on a shotgun as your home defense weapon of choice. What kind of ammunition should you buy? Today, Jason Hanson runs down four of the most common types of shotgun ammo to help you decide which ones to stock up on.
Today, survival expert and former Navy SEAL platoon commander Cade Courtley covers the basics of OTG living — including what essential supplies you’ll need.
Obviously, firearms are expensive and caching more than one can quickly add up. So today, I want to share with you some inexpensive (but still quality) guns that you can cache on a budget.
The key to effective self-defense in a lifesaving situation is training, which simply equals repetition — or muscle memory. One of the best ways to become a better shooter is through dry fire practice. Here’s an example of a typical dry fire routine — and how to do it safely.
In the final chapter of 4Patriots’ “Surviving Martial Law” series, author Frank Bates reviews your two best options for when martial law is declared: Will you stay or will you go?
Many people in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico have lost most if not all of their personal belongings. Considering the number of gun owners who experienced flooding in these areas, it leads to the following question: Can ammunition that has been submerged in water still be used?
Using a VPN (virtual private network) is one of the best things you can do prevent identity theft. Today, I’m giving you the chance to try out my preferred VPN for FREE, plus expert answers to reader questions. Check it out.
Not only do criminals look for homes with lax security, they also look for homes with signs that indicate there are valuables worth stealing. Find out how to avoid this mistake and more in this week’s mailbag.
Caleb Lee shows you how to tell if a gun is loaded — even when someone is pointing it in your face. If you’re ever caught up in an armed robbery or a home invasion, this information could save your life.