The fact is a home invasion can happen anytime, anywhere. Today, Jeff Anderson shares three sneaky home defense lessons that could save your life in the event of a vicious home invasion.
The bottom line is a good door is your home’s first line of defense against brazen criminals. This is why I want to share some stronger options for your front door.
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 addresses the pros and cons of a DIY home security system, how to browse the internet without being tracked, the best way to secure firearms in your home — and more.
In a recent edition of the Weekly Drop, a reader asked about how to execute a zip tie escape if your hands are bound behind you. In the following article, Jeff Anderson does a great job of breaking down his escape method step by step.
There are a number of simple, affordable things you can do to protect yourself and your family from a violent home invasion. One of them is building a safe room so you and your family have a place to retreat until the criminal leaves or law enforcement arrives. Read on for specific instructions in today’s article.
Today, Jeff Anderson of Modern Combat & Survival runs down 10 gun-fighting skills worth practicing — and offers a special report detailing more than 60 drills you can do at home to increase your proficiency.
This week’s mailbag covers a variety of questions from survival radios to propane storage and more. On your marks…
Today, I want to review five common home security mistakes that make your home an easy target for a burglar looking for a crime of opportunity. Let’s get started.
Modern cellphones are incredible communication tools. But sometimes, there are situations where a more low-tech device will serve you better. This simple device is a perfect example.