This week’s rundown of must-read articles focuses on different aspects of personal protection. Discover the best way to “warrant-proof” your smartphone, the easiest way to keep your guns from jamming in a critical moment, six basic travel tips you should commit to memory and more.
AK-47s are easy to use, you hardly ever have to clean them and they’re nearly idiot-proof. If you don’t own an AK yet — and want a fun gun to add to your arsenal — here are three models I recommend
As gun owners, we are responsible for our firearms whether they are on our person or stored in our home. Here are some specific things you can do to protect your firearms — in addition to the security measures you should already have in place for your home.
This week’s mailbag features a wide variety of survival questions — from flying with firearms to escaping a flash mob to protecting your kids in a disaster even when they’re far from home.
This week’s batch of must-read articles deals with the issue of scarcity. Whether it’s a lack of water, light, ammunition or money, you’ve got to know how to get by and survive.
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.
As the gun debate in our country heats up, take a look at one of the most popular articles ever published in Black Bag Confidential. In it, former CIA officer and firearms expert Jason Hanson addresses the question of whether or not convicted felons should be stripped of their Second Amendment rights.
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.
I own a quite a few different guns. What can I say? I’m a big gun guy. One of my favorite firearms is my 1911 — a pistol I think everyone should own. What makes the 1911 such an exceptional firearm? Find out in today’s alert.
In a natural disaster or other emergency, you are pretty much on your own. You can’t always depend on local police or fire personnel to come save the day. So as you’re preparing — purchasing supplies and gear — you should also consider taking classes in one or more of these four skill sets.