Today, Modern Combat & Survival’s Jeff Anderson poses some tough questions you should ask yourself to see if you have what it takes to defend your home with a firearm.
This week’s mailbag questions are all about avoiding danger at all costs. You’ll learn how to protect yourself from phone scammers, looters, natural disasters and more.
In this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal my No. 1 self-defense weapon that’s perfect for the whole family. One of my readers even gave one to his daughter. You’ll also discover how to get that meddlesome browser Chrome off all your devices, the easiest way to avoid being a victim of identity theft and more.
One of the most overlooked aspects of survival and preparedness is the critical documents you will need to restore some sense of normalcy after a disaster. Here are the best ways to keep them safe at home and on the road.
As I’ve said before, the most important thing you can do if you’re caught in an active shooter scenario is MOVE. Once you are in a defensive position that is well hidden and away from the site of the shooting, it’s time for the next phase of survival.
In his 25-plus years of experience in the protection business, Tom Lavin has developed multiple ways to communicate with clients and other agents in an emergency. Today, he’ll show you how to converse covertly if the situation warrants silent signaling.
Our friends at 4Patriots offer some advice on how to broach the subject of survival with your kids as well as a great way to get them involved in creating an emergency plan for your family.
Just as you should continually update and improve the security of your home, you need to do the same thing when it comes to the security of your electronic devices. Here are a few quick tips so you don’t end up among the 73% of Americans who have been the victim of some type of cybercrime.
This week’s must-read articles run the gamut from low-tech ways to keep cool to preparing for a biological disaster to the dangers of home canning — and more. Let’s take a look.
As drone usage expands and drone applications continue to improve, the question that inevitably comes up is should you buy one?